Original Air Date Wednesday, July 5, 2017
In this week’s radio sh ow you will learn about:
- Why has the United States intervened so often in foreign lands?
- Who Dies in Armed Conflicts?
- How should we act today and in the future?
- Distinguishing the enemy from the innocent in war
Stephen Kinzer is the author of The Brothers, Reset, Overthrow, All the Shah’s Men, and other books. An award-winning foreign correspondent, he served as the New York Times’s bureau chief in Turkey, Germany, and Nicaragua and as the Boston Globe’s Latin America correspondent. He is a senior fellow at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University and writes a column on world affairs for The Boston Globe. More here.
Daniel Rothbart is professor of conflict analysis and resolution at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution. Professor Rothbart specializes in identity-based conflicts, ethics and conflict, civilians in war, and the Darfur region of Sudan. He is currently exploring the power of moral emotions—shame, humiliation, dignity, pride—as central to protracted conflicts or to their resolution. More here.