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Robert Farley (Lawyers, Guns and Money, University of Kentucky) and Charli Carpenter (UMass-AmherstDuck of Minerva)

On Foreign Entanglements, Rob speaks with Charli, who critiques Foreign Policy‘s recent “Sex” issue. Rob wonders why they decided to publish an issue just on sex. They then discuss how Game of Thrones subverts the foreign policy theory known as realism and offers a chilling portrayal of torture. Is Cersei Lannister the least likeable character in the series? And how are George R.R. Martin’s racial depictions better than Tolkien’s? Finally, Charli and Rob consider how pop culture can affect the study of foreign relations.

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Recorded:Dec 31    Posted:Apr 28, 2012
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Foreign Entanglements | Apr 28, 2012 | Robert Farley & Charli Carpenter

How the government gets on your phone

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Eva Galperin, director of cybersecurity at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, on abusive uses of spyware.

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Learning begins at home

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Glenn Loury and John McWhorter on how cultural differences can explain racial disparities in aptitude testing. Plus: In search of the “intelligence gene”

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Degrees of agency

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Philosopher Crispin Sartwell uses the 12-step program to illustrate his views on responsibility without free will. Plus: Is the state necessary?

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Culturally Determined

Is “horseshoe theory” valid?

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Aryeh Cohen-Wade and Kumars Salehi debate whether the extremes of the political spectrum converge.

The DMZ

The case against embracing single-payer

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Bill Scher argues that Democrats haven’t thought through the consequences. Plus: Will Republicans move on from health care?

Global Dispatches

Humanitarian solutions to political problems

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Deepmala Mahla, Mercy Corps’ Country Director of South Sudan, on the uphill battle against famine in South Sudan. Plus: How direct cash transfers save lives.

“Volunteers for death”

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Journalist Murtaza Hussain and Olivier Roy, author of the new book Jihad and Death, on what ISIS really wants. Plus: The future of ISIS.

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What the hell is a law?

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Crispin Sartwell, author of Entanglements, describes a materialist view of social realities. Plus: Penetrated by reality.

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How the U.S. enables kleptocracy

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Political scientist Alexander Cooley on how lax regulations help corrupt foreign officials hide their money. Plus: Trump, the tycoon president.

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Robots who reject polyamory

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Bioethicists James Hughes and Regina Rini explain how artificial intelligence could shape the future of human morality. Plus: Raising moral machines.

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