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Carnegie Council Podcasts

Jul 28, 2022

The return of great power rivalry—whether U.S. versus Russia or U.S. versus China—has recreated the sense that nuclear war is possible. But what is the actual threat versus perceived threat and how can we manage our collective anxiety? Brandeis University's Professor Gary Samore, joins Doorstep co-hosts Nick Gvosdev...


Jul 13, 2022

In the midst of declining domestic approval ratings and skyrocketing inflation, President Biden heads to the Middle East to re-imagine U.S. regional relationships and counter China's and Russia's growing influence. 

NYU's SPS Center for Global Affairs Assistant Dean Carolyn Kissane returns to speak...


Jul 6, 2022

In a candid conversation, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, talks with Carnegie Council President Joel Rosenthal about her role in the UN, the importance of "kindness" in diplomacy, diversity in the Foreign Service, and much more. How do China and the U.S. work together at the UN? How has...


Jun 30, 2022

In this Global Ethics Review podcast, Senior Fellow Arthur Holland Michel discusses facial recognition systems, loitering munitions, and drones in the context of Russia's invasion of Ukraine and analyzes their use on the battlefield and in the larger narrative of the conflict. As Russia's tactics become increasingly...


Jun 28, 2022

As the fifth month of Russia's invasion of Ukraine begins, Atlantic Council's Melinda Haring returns to speak with Doorstep co-hosts Nick Gvosdev and Tatiana Serafin about on-the-ground realities in Ukraine and how the West needs to manage Putin's long war game. What more is needed from leaders attending G7 and NATO...