logo

22 November 2017

logo

Robert Farley (Lawyers, Guns and Money, University of Kentucky) and Matthew Duss (Foundation for Middle East Peace)

Rob and Matt introduce their new show, Foreign Entanglements, and ask for advice from the audience. They discuss the current status of US-Iranian-Israeli tensions, ponder whether Netanyahu is working for a Romney presidency, and give a brief requiem for Jon Huntsman’s presidential campaign in the course of debating whether the GOP primary lacks excitement.

Play entire video
Recorded:Jan 16    Posted:Jan 17, 2012
Download:
mp4
mp3
Foreign Entanglements | Jan 17, 2012 | Robert Farley & Matthew Duss

MeaningofLife.tv

The rise of Buddhist nationalism?

playvideo screenshot

Scholar of religion Michael Jerryson on what happens when Buddhism and politics mix. Plus: The Buddhists who hate.

Play this clip on MeaningofLife.tv

Culturally Determined

The televised Resistance 

playvideo screenshot

Writer Christa Blackmon explains why jokes made at Trump’s expense aren’t necessarily politically subversive.

MeaningofLife.tv

Time is money, or vice versa

playvideo screenshot

Mark O’Connell, author of To Be a Machine, discusses Silicon Valley’s inordinate interest in immortality. PlusSelf-made cyborgs.

Play this clip on MeaningofLife.tv

MeaningofLife.tv

Does art have to elevate humanity?

playvideo screenshot

Daniel Kaufman questions Hegel on art’s inherent purpose.Plus: What art tells us.

Play this clip on MeaningofLife.tv

MeaningofLife.tv

How Luther made Christianity personal

playvideo screenshot

Robert Wright and historian Craig Harline, author of A World Ablaze, discuss how Luther’s chronic remorse fostered the doctrine of salvation through faith. Plus: Protestantism celebrates its 500th anniversary.

Play this clip on MeaningofLife.tv

The DMZ

Should Al Franken step down?

playvideo screenshot

Bill Scher and Matt Lewis weigh the senator’s political options.

The Wright Show

Arguing the right way

playvideo screenshot

Social psychologist and 2017 MacArthur “Genius” grant winner Betsy Levy Paluck explains how narrative can open people to opposing worldviews.

What our laws say about who we are

playvideo screenshot

William R. Black and Jorge Juan Rodriguez V discuss how statecraft and religion can’t be separated in the telling of American and Puerto Rican history.

The first “bleeding heart” in politics

playvideo screenshot

Journalist Ryan Cooper and historian Thomas Knock, author of The Rise of a Prairie Statesman, compare George McGovern’s 1972 presidential campaign and Bernie Sanders’s 2016 primary run.

The Glenn Show

Challenging the narrative on race and police brutality

playvideo screenshot

Philippe Lemoine argues that state violence against blacks is exaggerated by the media.