Jillian York is on the line this week. She is the online freedom of expression activist, writer and thinker, now with the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Jillian tells Mark how she arrived at the right place at the right time to help the world understand how social media was propelling the Arab Spring Protests. It’s a fun and interesting conversation. Have a listen!
Turkey’s Strategic Interests in Iraq
Episode 22: Live from the UN, 2014 (Vol 1); A special edition, featuring the President of the General Assembly, the UN Ambassadors from Vietnam and Jamaica, the head of the UN Association, and more!
The UN’s View of the Iraq Crisis
Episode 21: Thomas Pickering, former Ambassador to the UN, Israel, Jordan, Russia, India and more.
Episode 20: Jessica Tuchman Matthews, foreign policy trendsetter
Egypt After the Counter Revolution
Episode 19: Louise Arbour, human rights pioneer.
What Obama Left Out of His Big Foreign Policy Speech
Episode 18: Zalmay Khalizad, former US Ambassador to Afghanistan, Iraq and the UN.
Why Libya is Suddenly on the Verge of a Civil War
Episode 17: Gov Bill Richardson, he frees hostages.
The Foreign Policy Implications of India’s Elections
Episode 16: Carolyn Miles, CEO of Save the Children
Episode: 15 Laura Turner Seydel, philanthropist
Episode 14: Douglas Ollivant, Iraq expert
Episode 13: Gary Bass, historian
Episode 12: Mark Montgomery, demographer
Episode 11: Kenneth Roth, Human Rights Watcher
Episode 10: Live from the UN, Volume 2.
Episode 9: Mia Farrow, humanitarian activist and Goodwill Ambassador
Episode 8: Suzanne Nossel, Big Thinker
Episode 7: Live from the UN, Volume 1.
Episode 6: PJ Crowley, former State Department Spokesperson
Episode 5: Octavia Nasr, reporter
Episode 4: Arsalan Iftikhar, “The Muslim Guy”
Episode 3: Dodge Billingsley, filmmaker.
Episode 2: Laura Seay, @TexasinAfrica
Episode 1: Heather Hurlburt, national security wonk