New America Podcasts

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This feed includes all MP3 recordings published on NewAmerica.net, from short interviews to full-length event audio.

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New America NYC: Far From the Tree: A Conversation About Family, Difference and Acceptance

September 18, 2013
What can we learn from parents bringing up children who, whether deaf, autistic, transgender, or disabled, whether criminals or prodigies, are very different from the parents themselves? In his book Far From the Tree: Parents, Children and the Search for Identity, Andrew Solomon draws on over a decade of reporting on such families and raises penetrating questions about the extent to which parents should accept children as they are, and about what we can all learn from families coping with profound difference.
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The Weekly Wonk Podcast: The Meaning of Blade Runner & Unrest in Unlikely Places

September 18, 2013
New America President Anne-Marie Slaughter and guests explore the ideas and policy challenges that not only dominate today’s headlines, but will shape our future.  This week, New America board member and Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University Francis Fukuyama talked about his favorite movie, Blade Runner, and what it means to be human. Slaughter and Fukuyama also chat with New America 2012 Schwartz Fellow Charles Kenny and Zócalo editorial director Andrés Martinez about why newly prosperous countries are rich in unrest.
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New America NYC: Leadership, Innovation and Ideas Series Featuring Eric Schmidt

September 16, 2013
Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google joins New America Foundation President Anne-Marie Slaughter to kickoff our Leadership, Innovation and Ideas Series exploring the most pressing challenges facing the U.S. and the world.
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The Weekly Wonk Podcast: Let's Talk About Vladimir and Smart Kids

September 12, 2013
New America President Anne-Marie Slaughter and guests explore the ideas and policy challenges that not only dominate today’s headlines, but will shape our future. This week, Amanda Ripley, a New America Emerson Fellow who recently wrote The Smartest Kids in the World, talks about how that group (students from from Poland, Finland, and South Korea) rocketed to the top of the global education charts.
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The Weekly Wonk Podcast: Wesley Clark & Michael Lind

September 5, 2013
This week, Anne-Marie Slaughter is joined by General Wesley Clark, who oversaw the Kosovo campaign in the late ’90s. General Clark will share his thoughts on what the Balkans can teach us about Syria. Also, Slaughter talks with New America co-founder Michael Lind, senior fellow Peter Beinart, and Editorial Director Andrés Martinez about the ever-evolving quest for the American Center. Plus, find out what was overheard this week at New America. Pull up a chair, and let’s talk wonk.
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New America NYC: Behind Bars

August 21, 2013
A conversation on life in prison through the lens of the individual with a former inmate, journalists who've followed the lives of convicted felons, and those who have forged lasting friendships with men and women living behind bars. In Collaboration with The Atavist.
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The Sidebar: We Need To Talk

August 1, 2013
Leila Hilal and Ali Gharib tell us why the latest Israeli-Palestinian peace talks are different than past ones, and highlight the biggest obstacles to success. Elizabeth Weingarten hosts.

New America NYC: I Am the Beggar of the World

July 31, 2013
Photographer and filmmaker Seamus Murphy and journalist and poet Eliza Griswold have collected these poems in Afghan refugee camps, at weddings, and over plates of pomegranates.
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The Sidebar: Field of Dreams

July 31, 2013
Barry C. Lynn and Mark Hertsgaard explain how we can harness agriculture to dial back the clock on climate change. Elizabeth Weingarten hosts.
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The Sidebar: Monopoly Money

July 25, 2013

Lina Khan explains how banks are gaining monopoly power in some industries and who can stop them. Elizabeth Weingarten hosts.

And as discussed in this podcast, here's Lina Khan's piece in Quartz.

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