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Welcome to the War Studies podcast. We bring you world-leading research from the School of Security Studies at King’s College London, the largest community of scholars in the world dedicated to the study of all aspects of security, defence and international relations. We aim to explore the complex realm of conflict and uncover the challenges at the heart of navigating world affairs and diplomatic relations, because we believe the study of war is fundamental to understanding the world we live ...
 
Inside the War Room: Case Studies in Crisis brings listeners behind the scenes of some of the most significant events of our time. In each episode, our hosts will speak with people who were inside the situation rooms to hear their first-hand perspectives, lessons they learned, and insights they offer to leaders who will face the inevitable crisis. Inside the War Room is co-produced by BCW and Kroll, world leaders in crisis management, business intelligence and investigations. Remember to sub ...
 
The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies is a group of conservatives and libertarians interested in the current state of the legal order. It is founded on the principles that the state exists to preserve freedom, that the separation of governmental powers is central to our Constitution, and that it is emphatically the province and duty of the judiciary to say what the law is, not what it should be. This podcast feed contains audio files of Federalist Society panel discussions ...
 
The University of Chicago International and Area Studies Multimedia Outreach Source is intended as a resource for students, teachers, and the general public. It makes available recordings of conferences, lectures, and performances sponsored and organized by: the Center for International Studies; the Human Rights Program; the Center for East Asian Studies; the Center for East European and Russian/Eurasian Studies; the Center for Latin American Studies; the Center for Middle Eastern Studies; a ...
 
The University of Chicago International and Area Studies Multimedia Outreach Source is intended as a resource for students, teachers, and the general public. It makes available recordings of conferences, lectures, and performances sponsored and organized by: the Center for International Studies; the Human Rights Program; the Center for East Asian Studies; the Center for East European and Russian/Eurasian Studies; the Center for Latin American Studies; the Center for Middle Eastern Studies; a ...
 
Ex-British Paratrooper and history fanatic Bruce Crompton is on a mission and he believes the amazing deeds of forgotten war heroes can help him. Due to the ongoing pandemic, museums all around the world are in danger of closing. If that happens the history contained within them will be lost from the public forever. In this series, inspired by unique museum items and personal artefacts, Bruce narrates incredible tales from the Second World War. He hopes that by telling these true stories, re ...
 
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Daniel Linskey, Former Superintendent-in-Chief of the Boston Police Department, discusses the department’s response to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. Through his harrowing account of this dreadful day, Linskey examines the in-depth training that prepared his police force for a bombing, the importance of transparency and clear communication in th…
 
On March 10-11, 1989, the Federalist Society's University of Michigan student chapter hosted the eighth annual National Student Symposium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The topic of the conference was "Property: The Founding, The Welfare State, and Beyond." The conference opened with a panel on "The Idea of Property." Welcoming Remarks: Dean Lee C. Bollin…
 
We’re only ever one hour away from full scale nuclear war, a war that would be absolutely catastrophic to human welfare, the economy and the environment. With the world’s nine nuclear-armed states and their allies continuing to spend over 70 billion US dollars a year on their nuclear arsenal, where to from here for nuclear disarmament and a more pe…
 
The U.S. Department of Defense has had its difficulties over the last decade with recruiting and retention. The high operations tempo of the last 20 years, long separations, the danger of combat, and an ever-shrinking pool of eligible recruits are just some of the factors that have made the sustainment of the force more difficult than in many years…
 
On May 28, 2021, the Federalist Society's Central Kentucky Lawyers Chapter featured the first installment of a six-part series in which former clerks interview Sixth Circuit judges. The online interview featured Judge Danny Boggs and his former clerk, Prof. Josh Blackman. Featuring: Judge Danny J. Boggs, Judge, United States Court of Appeals, Sixth…
 
In September 2019 we introduced you to the Eisenhower Series College Program (ESCP). Though we are approaching life as we remember it pre-COVID, travel limitations significantly limited the ESCP from visiting colleges and universities, interacting with audiences often unfamiliar with members of the U.S. Military. It is our hope at WAR ROOM to bring…
 
On May 19, 2021 the Nashville and Chattanooga Lawyers Chapters co-hosted a discussion on the free exercise clause from Employment Division v. Smith to Fulton v. City of Philadelphia. Featuring: Lori Windham, Senior Counsel at The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty (lead counsel in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, Little Sisters of the Poor v. Azar, B…
 
In September 2019 we introduced you to the Eisenhower Series College Program (ESCP). Though we are approaching life as we remember it pre-COVID, travel limitations significantly limited the ESCP from visiting colleges and universities, interacting with audiences often unfamiliar with members of the U.S. Military. It is our hope at WAR ROOM to bring…
 
In September 2019 we introduced you to the Eisenhower Series College Program (ESCP). Though we are approaching life as we remember it pre-COVID, travel limitations significantly limited the ESCP from visiting colleges and universities, interacting with audiences often unfamiliar with members of the U.S. Military. It is our hope at WAR ROOM to bring…
 
On March 4-5, 1988, The Federalist Society's University of Virginia student chapter hosted the National Student Symposium in Charlottesville, Virginia. The topic of the conference was "Are There Unenumerated Constitutional Rights? The third panel featured a discussion of "The Modern Role of the Privileges or Immunities Clause." Featuring: Michael K…
 
Wars are costly affairs. It costs money to raise and train and equip militaries. The cost to rebuild societies after the destruction of battle is tremendous. But most costly is the staggering human cost of war. And so as we approach Memorial Day in the United States it's only fitting that this episode examines how the nation memorializes and honors…
 
Long before COVID saw much of the country locked in their homes operating on laptops and tablets, conducting business and meetings and school and training, there was a significant portion of the population that was already learning via distance education. The military has always had a portion of the force that accomplished professional military edu…
 
On May 7, 2021, the Federalist Society's Ohio lawyers chapters hosted the 2021 Ohio Chapters Conference in Columbus, OH. The third and final panel covered "Departmentalism: What is the Executive Role in Interpreting Laws?". Thomas Jefferson ordered U.S. Attorneys not to enforce the Alien & Sedition Act, not based upon a judicial finding that it was…
 
On May 7, 2021, the Federalist Society's Ohio lawyers chapters hosted the 2021 Ohio Chapters Conference in Columbus, OH. The conference's penultimate panel was titled "View from the Bench: Newly Confirmed Judges Share Their Perspectives." Last year, three new district judges were confirmed to Ohio’s two federal district courts. We look forward to h…
 
On May 7, 2021, the Federalist Society's Ohio lawyers chapters hosted the 2021 Ohio Chapters Conference in Columbus, OH. The keynote address was presented by Judge Janice Rogers Brown. Featuring: Judge Janice Rogers Brown, United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit (ret.) Introduction: Senior Judge Alice Batchelder, United States …
 
On May 7, 2021, the Federalist Society's Ohio lawyers chapters hosted the 2021 Ohio Chapters Conference in Columbus, OH. The first panel covered "Interpreting State Constitutions." How should state constitutions be interpreted? Should terms that mirror those in the U.S. Constitution be interpreted coterminously? This panel explores varying approach…
 
To many people the U.S. Department of State (DOS) is as foreign as the countries in which our embassies are placed. Fortunately, we here at A BETTER PEACE know some people, and on this episode we welcome back Alex Avé Lallemant to share his experiences as a career Foreign Service Officer. For this second installment in the series he once again join…
 
The unsung heroes of World War Two risked everything to ensure naval manoeuvres were fulfilled and convoys, sending vital food and supplies to Britain, were safe. Much is left untold of the incredible logistics that were at play - crossing the inhospitable North Sea, escaping under fire and extricating hundreds of thousands of troops from Dunkirk b…
 
To many people the U.S. Department of State (DOS) is as foreign as the countries in which our embassies are placed. Fortunately, we here at A BETTER PEACE know some people, and on this episode we welcome Alex Avé Lallemant to share his experiences as a career Foreign Service Officer. He joins our own Associate Editor Amanda Cronkhite in this multi-…
 
On April 22, 2021, the Federalist Society's George Mason Student Chapter, the Regulatory Transparency Project, and the Global Antitrust Institute cosponsored an event regarding "(Un)Civil War: The Future of Conservative Antitrust." Featuring: Prof. Joshua D. Wright, Executive Director, Global Antitrust Institute, Antonin Scalia Law School at George…
 
Abbe Lowell, Co-Chair of Regulatory Defense and Investigations at Winston & Strawn, discusses representing former U.S. Representative Gary Condit, who was wrongfully implicated in the 2001 disappearance of a Capitol Hill intern. Lowell shares his experience as a criminal defense attorney at the center of a case that garnered national attention, inc…
 
On January 27, 2000, The Federalist Society hosted a presentation by Prof. Joseph A. Grundfest on "Latest Trends and Emerging Issues in Securities Class Action Litigation" in San Francisco, CA. Featuring: Prof. Joseph A. Grundfest, Stanford Law School ******* As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy i…
 
A BETTER PEACE welcomes H.R. McMaster, retired Lieutenant General, former National Security Adviser, and accomplished author. On today's episode he joins our own Michael Neiberg to discuss his writing process and research techniques as he wrote Dereliction of Duty and his newest book Battlegrounds. The conversation takes them on a tour of McMaster'…
 
On November 30- December 1, 1990, the Federalist Society hosted its annual National Lawyers Convention at the Hotel InterContinental in New Orleans, Louisiana, titled "Legal Systems in Transition: New Directions for Eastern Europe." The conference's fourth panel explored "The Judiciary and the Role of the Rule of Law." Featuring: Prof. Mirjan Damas…
 
On April 14, 2021, the Federalist Society's Philadelphia Lawyers Chapter hosted Prof. Ilan Wurman to discuss his new book, The Second Founding: Originalism and the Fourteenth Amendment. The Fourteenth Amendment is now over 150 years old. The Supreme Court has long rejected interpreting that Amendment with its original meaning. But what would an ori…
 
The UK government's 2021 Integrated Review of security and defence outlines Russia as the "most acute threat to our security". This follows the rise of an increasingly resurgent and highly unpredictable Russia under Putin, with many in the West raising the spectre that Russia’s military actions are leading to a restoration of the former Soviet Unio…
 
The debate over “Big Tech” and antitrust has intensified. On one side are those who consider certain Big Tech companies monopiles that reduce competition and exploit their users’ data. On the other side are those who believe that competition in the technology market is flourishing, particularly when considering a worldwide market, and that Big Tech…
 
The U.S. Army War College is a vast repository of experience and expertise. Every day that knowledge is used to further develop joint officers and enlisted personnel along with many of their federal civilian counterparts. Every once in a while, the War College is able to share its development techniques and curriculum outside the gates of Carlisle …
 
On Friday, April 16, 2021, the Federalist Society's Georgetown Student Chapter hosted a webinar featuring professors Gregg Bloche, Larry Gostin, David Hyman, and Timothy Westmoreland discussing the current state of healthcare policy in the United States. Featuring: Prof. David A. Hyman, Scott K. Ginsburg Professor of Health Law & Policy, Georgetown…
 
Todd Lieberman, co-owner of Mandeville Films and producer of movies including 2017’s “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Proposal,” “The Fighter,” “The Muppets,” and “Beverly Hills Chihuahua,” explores the realities of the film industry and its overall response to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the start of 2020, Lieberman looked forward to starting five separ…
 
On April 8, 2021, the Federalist Society's El Paso Lawyers Chapter hosted a debate between Bradley A. Smith and Daniel I. Weiner on H.R. 1 and the future of election law. Featuring: Bradley A Smith, Chairman and Founder, Institute for Free Speech Daniel I. Weiner, Deputy Director, Election Reform Program, Brennan Center for Justice, NYU Law Moderat…
 
On November 30- December 1, 1990, the Federalist Society hosted its annual National Lawyers Convention at the Hotel InterContinental in New Orleans, Louisiana, titled "Legal Systems in Transition: New Directions for Eastern Europe." The second day of the conference included a luncheon discussion on "Environmental Issues in Eastern Europe: Learning …
 
On March 31, 2021, the Federalist Society's New Jersey Lawyers Chapter hosted a debate between Matthew Platkin and Ilan Wurman about the proper use of executive powers during times of crisis. Featuring: Prof. Ilan Wurman, Associate Professor, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University Matthew Platkin, Partner, Lowenstein Sandler…
 
The United States has employed the conscription of military service members as far back as the Revolutionary War and as recently as the Vietnam War. What most people now know as the draft or Selective Service came into existence in 1940 via the Selective Training and Service Act. The first peacetime draft in the United States, it required men 21-36…
 
On April 5, 2021, the Harrisburg Lawyers Chapter hosted a debate on the constitutionality of DC statehood. Featuring: Zack Smith, Legal Fellow, The Heritage Foundation Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies Dr. Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Professor of Law and Harry T. Ice Faculty Fellow, Indiana University Maurer School of Law Moderator: Christopher …
 
On November 30- December 1, 1990, the Federalist Society hosted its annual National Lawyers Convention at the Hotel InterContinental in New Orleans, Louisiana, titled "Legal Systems in Transition: New Directions for Eastern Europe." The conference's first panel covered "Property Rights and the New Legal Order." Featuring: Pavel Bratinka, Legislatur…
 
On March 30, 2021, the Federalist Society's DC Young Lawyers Chapter and the Regulatory Transparency Project cosponsored a panel event discussing "Section 230." The average American can't cite specific provisions of the US Code, but Section 230 is a notable exception. Few statutes have generated as much controversy and debate, and arguably have had…
 
On March 25, 2021, the Federalist Society's Memphis Lawyers Chapter hosted Justice Holly M. Kirby of the Tennessee Supreme Court via webinar to discuss the Tennessee Constitution. Featuring: Justice Holly M. Kirby, Tennessee Supreme Court Moderator: J. Gregory Grisham, Of Counsel, Fisher & Phillips, LLP; The Federalist Society Memphis Lawyers Chapt…
 
It all started with a Twitter thread. Matthew Ford set his trap with a few sly comments about the ever controversial S.L.A. Marshall (SLAM) and three intrepid historians couldn't help themselves but to jump into the fray. Listen now to part 2 with Matthew, Robert Engen, Rob Thompson and our DUSTY SHELVES editor Tom Bruscino. The four of them debate…
 
On March 2, 2021, Tim Carney joined the Federalist Society's Jacksonville Lawyers Chapter for a discussion on his latest book, Alienated America: Why Some Places Thrive While Others Collapse. Along with the book, Mr. Carney gave reactions to the 2020 election, and social considerations to watch over the next few years. Featuring: Timothy P. Carney,…
 
On March, 10, 2021, the Federalist Society's Central Kentucky Lawyers Chapter hosted the Attorney General of Kentucky, Daniel Cameron, and the first Solicitor General of Kentucky, Chad Meredith, to discuss their respective offices. Featuring: Daniel Cameron, Attorney General of Kentucky Chad Meredith, Solicitor General of Kentucky Introduction: Tom…
 
On November 30- December 1, 1990, the Federalist Society hosted its annual National Lawyers Convention at the Hotel InterContinental in New Orleans, Louisiana., titled "Legal Systems in Transition: New Directions for Eastern Europe." The conference opened with a keynote address by Attorney General Richard Thornburgh. Featuring: Dr. Allen Weinstein,…
 
Marx called it the 'glorious harbinger of a new society’, the Bolsheviks shrouded Lenin’s body in a Communard flag, and Mao Zedong claimed the events partly inspired the Cultural Revolution. The Paris Commune 1871 was one of the most significant revolutionary uprisings of the 19th century and after, and has captured imaginations for the last 150 ye…
 
David Shulkin, Former Secretary of the United States Veterans Affairs (U.S. VA), discusses his response to the VA “wait time” crisis after his appointment by President Obama – where many U.S. veterans could not access urgently needed healthcare through the nation’s veterans’ hospitals. Shulkin also takes listeners through an array of crises managed…
 
It all started with a Twitter thread. Matthew Ford set his trap with a few sly comments about the ever controversial S.L.A. Marshall (SLAM) and three intrepid historians couldn't help themselves but to jump into the fray. The result is a 2-part podcast with Matthew, Robert Engen, Rob Thompson and our DUSTY SHELVES editor Tom Bruscino. The four of t…
 
On March 5, 2021, the Federalist Society's Delaware and Pittsburgh Lawyers Chapters co-hosted a discussion between Todd Zywicki and Walter Olson on anti-discrimination law and its affects on free speech in the workplace. Featuring: Walter Olson, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute Prof. Todd Zywicki, George Mason University Foundation Professor of Law, G…
 
On March 18, 2021, the Federalist Society's Southwest Florida Lawyers Chapter hosted Prof. Eugene Volokh and Berin Szoka to debate issues surrounding social media, free speech, and Section 230. Featuring: Prof. Eugene Volokh, Gary T. Schwartz Distinguished Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law Berin Szoka, President, TechFreedom Moderator: Alex Broc…
 
On September 11, 1987, the Federalist Society held a trial-style debate covering the debate surrounding the nomination of Robert Bork to the Supreme Court. Titled "On Trial: The Bork Nomination," the event was televised on WXXI-TV in Rochester, New York. Featuring: Prof. Michael McConnell, University of Chicago Law School Prof. Alan Dershowitz, Har…
 
As long as there has been war, there have been prisoners of war (POWs). If you have served in the U.S. military in the last 50 years you know of the Law of Armed Conflict, the Code of Conduct and the extensive efforts the nation takes to recover U.S. and allied POWs and those listed as Missing in Action (MIA). But it might surprise many people to l…
 
On March 8, 2021, the Federalist Society's Missouri lawyers chapters held a statewide conference via webinar. The final panel of the conference was titled "Bail Me Out?". Co-Chairs Amy Fite and James R. Hobbs of the Missouri Supreme Court Task Force on Criminal Justice, a task force created as bail processes from jurisdictions across the country we…
 
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