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Great Decisions
Fri, 03/02/2012

Exit from Afghanistan & Iraq

Ten years after September 11, 2001, the U.S. is winding down its military commitment in Iraq and slowly pulling out of Afghanistan. What exit strategy will help build stable democratic nations? How can the U.S. continue to achieve its counterterrorism goals? What is the role of the U.S. in the future of the Middle East? Watch Video ››

Great Decisions
Fri, 02/24/2012

Middle East Realignment

The popular revolts and upheaval of the Arab Spring have radically changed the face of the Middle East. What lies ahead for the region’s transition to democracy? What are the prospects for the governments that have held out in this new order? How will the U.S. recalibrate its relations with the new regimes? Watch Video ››

Great Decisions
Fri, 02/17/2012

Indonesia: Roger K. Paget

Having emerged from authoritarianism in the last 15 years, Indonesia has made remarkable strides politically, economically and socially, but is still facing considerable challenges. How can Indonesia continue its path of growth, reform and prosperity? What is Indonesia’s role in the global community? Watch Video ››

Great Decisions
Fri, 02/10/2012

Cybersecurity: David Grawrock

The securitization of cyberspace has caused a sea change for both governments and the private sector, faced with new threats, new battlegrounds and new opportunities. What brave new challenges do we face along the cyber frontier? Watch Video ››

Great Decisions
Fri, 02/03/2012

Energy Geopolitics: Daniel Lerch

The energy markets have been shaken by the instability of Middle East oil and the vulnerability of nuclear power. Against the backdrop of European crisis and and high U.S. unemployment, what does this changing energy landscape mean for national and global economies in 2012? Watch Video ››

Teach the World
Wed, 02/01/2012

Teach SE Asia - Chinese Religion

Teach the World
Wed, 02/01/2012

Teach SE Asia - Korean Drumming

Great Decisions
Fri, 01/27/2012

Mexico: Elliott Young

Mexico’s border with Central America, as well as the border it shares with the U.S., has been a pathway for people, goods, crime and contraband in both directions. What is the future of Mexico’s relations with its northern and southern neighbors? How will Mexico’s foreign relations affect its domestic politics? Watch Video ››

Great Decisions
Fri, 01/20/2012

Promoting Democracy: Bruce Gilley

The U.S. has had a history of advancing and supporting democracy around the world. What place does democracy promotion have in U.S. foreign policy today? With a choice of tools ranging from economic aid to military force, what are the appropriate yet effective methods that the U.S. should use to promote democracy? Watch Video ››

Great Decisions
Fri, 01/13/2012

State of the Oceans: Dr. Mark Hixon

The world’s oceans are essential to life on earth, and are tremendously sensitive to global climate change. What are the consequences of climate change on oceanic factors like biodiversity, sea levels and extreme weather systems? How can the U.S. and its international partners address the emerging challenges to this shared resource. Watch Video ››