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21st Century Cold War? Tensions Rise Between U.S. and Russia, China

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

The Snowden case has caused friction between the United States and Russia and China, as the U.S. believes China may have played a role in Hong Kong's decision to allow Snowden to leave the country. Ambassador Stephen Young, outgoing American consul general in Hong Kong and Macau and Kimberly Marten, Professor of Political Science at Columbia University's Barnard College, examine the relationships between the U.S. and its former Cold War foes.

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The Brian Lehrer Show

Fast Item #1: Explaining Extradition

Friday, June 28, 2013

Stephen Vladeck, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Scholarship at American University Washington College of Law, explains extradition in light of Edward Snowden.

 

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The Brian Lehrer Show

Fast, Deep, and Out of Control: A BL Show Experiment

Friday, June 28, 2013

It's a Brian Lehrer Show experiment called "Fast, Deep, and Out of Control." One hour of quick-hit segments; one hour deep dive; and one "out of control" call-in. Wendy Davis’ filibuster shone a spotlight on a legislative battle over abortion access in Texas. We’ll look at the wider landscape of abortion rights in the U.S. Then, the root of extradition agreements and how they work; and why the National Institutes of Health have announced they’re moving away from research on our close relatives, chimpanzees. Plus: a special deep dive on affirmative action – including the history of the policy, goals, and how to know when it’s working.

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The Takeaway

Extradition or Rendition: How Will the U.S. Get Snowden Back on U.S. Territory?

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

The Los Angeles Times has reported that officials are trying to move as quickly as possible, to prevent Snowden from leaking any more information. The question is, how exactly will they have Snowden returned to the U.S.? Extradition? Or some other method? Ashley Deeks, a University of Virginia law professor and former State Department adviser on matters of extradition, explains the Obama administration's options.

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The Takeaway

Overpopulation of Prisons, The History of Privacy & Democracy, Will Snowden Be Extradited?

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Extradition or Rendition: How Will the U.S. Get Snowden Back on U.S. Territory? | Will Edward Snowden be allowed to stay in Hong Kong? | Transparency, Secrecy and Freedom: The History of Privacy and Democracy | Supreme Court Invalidates Arizona 'Proof of Citizenship' Policy for Voter Registration | P is for Prison: Sesame Street and Overpopulation in America's Jails | Kambiz Hosseini: Iran's Jon Stewart on the Presidential Elections| G.O.P Reopens Fight on Abortion Limits to Court Conservative Base

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