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25 October 2014

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Was this the week that Canada changed forever?

Robert Wright and Canadian journalist Jonathan Kay discuss the terrorist attack on Parliament Hill. Play entire video

What anti-Semites and hardcore Zionists have in common

Conor Friedersdorf and Mark Oppenheimer consider Jewish identity and support for Israel. Plus: Why we want Jon Stewart to host Meet the Press.   Play entire video

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The politicization of Ebola

Adrianna McIntyre and Yevgeniy Feyman discuss the domestic politics of the disease outbreak. Plus: Why don’t we have an Ebola vaccine?   Play entire video

How airline names came to be on credit cards

Pioneering banker Richard Vague recalls the origins of co-branded cards. Plus: Is China’s economy about to collapse?   Play entire video

The Church’s path to opposing contraception

Sarah Posner talks to Patricia Miller about how Catholic teaching on contraception became stricter than ever under Pope John Paul II. Plus: Whose Catholic Church will it be?   Play entire video

Do Republicans do better when Americans are afraid?

Bill Scher and Matt Lewis consider. Plus: The strange saga of Charlie Crist’s portable fan.   Play entire video

The problem with political science

Robert Farley and Tom Nichols critique the modern political science department. Plus: What if Obama had struck Syria in 2013?   Play entire video

What evangelicals mean by “compassion”

Sarah Posner talks to Lydia Bean, author of The Politics of Evangelical Identity. Plus: Evangelicals for socialized medicine.   Play entire video

Will scandal bring down Hong Kong’s leader?

From Hong Kong, Christopher Beam discusses the newly precarious position of the island’s chief executive. Plus: Can Hong Kong’s protests win over its people?   Play entire video

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How social media is changing Mexican politics

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Mexican journalist Ana Francisca Vega argues that Twitter is empowering Mexican citizens. Plus: Gangster government in Mexico.   Play entire video

Woodruff & Strauss

Will runoff elections ruin Christmas?

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Betsy Woodruff and Daniel Strauss talk about how control of the Senate may not be decided until January. Plus: Gay Republican embroiled in sexual harassment scandal.   Play entire video

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Putin’s savvy restriction of food imports

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Russian democracy activist Alexey Sidorenko describes how Vladimir Putin is using European Union sanctions to his advantage. Plus: Scenes from a Russian anti-war march.   Play entire video

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Why Turkey’s president turned against his old pal Assad

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Soli Ozel, speaking from Istanbul, explains the enmity between President Erdogan and the Syrian leader. Plus: Why isn’t Turkey saving Kobani?   Play entire video

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Shifting identities in Korea

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Steven Denney and Adam Cathcart discuss the diminishing ethnic bond between North and South Koreans. Plus: What happened to Kim Jong-un?   Play entire video