Andy Slavitt, former Biden White House COVID-19 senior advisor and acting CMS administrator, has outlined the mistakes made, the larger picture of healthcare in America, and prescriptions for alleviating some of those problems.
Our panelists explore what key factors led to the insurrection on January 6, what policy gaps were exposed in the run-up to the events, and how different approaches are needed to tackle this threat before it worsens.
Ruth Browne describes the various initiatives that the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health has undertaken to promote community empowerment and better health outcomes for urban, underserved populations.
Margo Picken, John Ciorciari and moderator Susan Waltz discuss the positive and negative effects of the UN-backed Khmer Rouge trials that began several years ago in "extraordinary chambers" of the courts of Cambodia. April, 2014.
Doug Brook talks about reasonings of U.S. investment in national security, the history of defense budgets, and the sensitivity of budgets to historical events as well as discretionary programs and entitlements. November, 2009.
Alberto Trejos discusses the evolution of Costa Rica's decision to join the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) and shares his insight on how political strategy & drama influenced Costa Rica's adoption into CAFTA. November, 2008.
Martin Palouš discusses how international affairs seen differently by small and large democratic nations and uses the Czech Republic to show how small nations have their own heritages, experiences, and perspectives. February, 2008.
Cecilia Muñoz's lecture titled, "Latinos, immigration policy and the national interest" discusses how the debate on immigration reform has become one of the nation's major domestic policy challenges and opportunities. March, 2007.