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Welcome to the 2012 Johns Hopkins University Foreign Affairs Symposium, entitled The Paradox of Progress: Chasing Advancement Amidst Global Crisis. The 2012 Foreign Affairs Symposium invites you to take a deeper look into this paradox of progress: admire the things we have accomplished and take a critical view of the new and ongoing problems we must face and overcome. Whether in politics, the economy, the military, or the environment, our continued quest for advancement often creates new challenges to our global progress.This podcast is brought to you by WJHU, the student-run radio station of the Johns Hopkins University.

Latest Episodes

April 17th 2012 - Robert Gibbs

April 17th 2012, Shriver Hall. Robert Gibbs has been an advisor and strategist to President Obama from the early days of Obama’s 2004 Senate race to his sweep to the White House. Most recently, Gibbs has served as President Obama’s Press Secretary, presiding over daily press briefings at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Robert Gibbs has traveled a long road with President Barack Obama, and his rapport and access to President Obama provides intimate and insightful commentaries. Robert Gibbs is one of President Obama’s masterminds and he can speak with great authority and accuracy from a White House insider’s perspective on any of the issues that have crossed the President’s desk. His leadership of President Obama’s campaigns makes him a valuable commentator on the upcoming 2012 elections. Podcast produced by WJHU

37 MIN2012 APR 24
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April 17th 2012 - Robert Gibbs

April 12th 2012 - Stephen Moore Q&A

A Q&A following the speech by Stephen Moore. Presented by FAS: http://web1.johnshopkins.edu/fas/ Produced by WJHU: http://wjhuradio.com/

27 MIN2012 APR 17
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April 12th 2012 - Stephen Moore Q&A

April 12th 2012 - Stephen Moore

Mason Hall, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. Stephan Moore is the senior economics writer for the Wall Street Journal editorial page and a member of the Journal’s editorial board. He is a daily economic commentator for CNBC TV and Fox News Channel and a frequent university lecturer. Mr. Moore is the author of five books. His most recent, Return to Prosperity: How America Can Regain its Economic Superpower Status, was a finalist for the F.A. Hayek book award. In 2007, he received the Ronald Reagan “Great Communicator” award from the Republican Party for his advancement of economic understanding. From 1999-2004, Mr. Moore served as founder and President of the Club for Growth, a 25,000-member organization dedicated to helping elect free market, tax-cutting candidates to Congress. In 2003-2004 the Club for Growth raised nearly $22 million, making it the biggest single money raiser for Republican candidates outside the party itself. From 1983 to 1987, Mr. Moore served as the Grov...

61 MIN2012 APR 17
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April 12th 2012 - Stephen Moore

March 28th 2012 - Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Q&A

A Q&A following the speech by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. Presented by FAS: http://web1.johnshopkins.edu/fas/ Produced by WJHU: http://wjhuradio.com/

42 MIN2012 APR 1
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March 28th 2012 - Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Q&A

March 28th 2012 - Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

Mason Hall, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is the 49th mayor of Baltimore, promoting legislative and policy initiatives that improve people’s lives: safe streets, quality public schools, and neighborhoods that are strong, vibrant, and engaged. Prior to her mayoral election, Mayor Rawlings-Blake has had a remarkable political career in Baltimore. In 1995, she was the youngest person ever elected to City Council at the age of 25. From 1998 to 2006, she was an attorney with the Baltimore Office of the Public Defender. Mayor Rawlings-Blake served as City Council Vice President from 1999 to 2007, followed by City Council President since November 2007. Mayor Rawlings-Blake has been honored with numerous awards. The National Congress of Black Women named her a Shirley Chisholm Memorial Award Trailblazer. In 2007, the Daily Record named her one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women. The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs named her o...

13 MIN2012 APR 1
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March 28th 2012 - Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

March 6th 2012 - Occupy Panel Q&A

A Q&A following the Occupy Panel discussion. 2012 JHU Foreign Affairs Symposium Podcast Produced by WJHU

31 MIN2012 MAR 9
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March 6th 2012 - Occupy Panel Q&A

March 6th 2012 - Occupy Wall Street Panel

Shriver Hall, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. March 6th 2012. Representatives from occupy sites across North America converged in Baltimore for a Foreign Affairs Symposium panel event, giving audience members unprecedented access to those who have been central in protesting on behalf of the 99%. This event has been planned in tandem with Occupy Baltimore and its affiliate organization, B-HEARD, to ensure that it accurately represents the movement. JHU FAS - http://web1.johnshopkins.edu/fas/ Podcast produced by WJHU - wjhuradio.com

54 MIN2012 MAR 7
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March 6th 2012 - Occupy Wall Street Panel
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Latest Episodes

April 17th 2012 - Robert Gibbs

April 17th 2012, Shriver Hall. Robert Gibbs has been an advisor and strategist to President Obama from the early days of Obama’s 2004 Senate race to his sweep to the White House. Most recently, Gibbs has served as President Obama’s Press Secretary, presiding over daily press briefings at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Robert Gibbs has traveled a long road with President Barack Obama, and his rapport and access to President Obama provides intimate and insightful commentaries. Robert Gibbs is one of President Obama’s masterminds and he can speak with great authority and accuracy from a White House insider’s perspective on any of the issues that have crossed the President’s desk. His leadership of President Obama’s campaigns makes him a valuable commentator on the upcoming 2012 elections. Podcast produced by WJHU

37 MIN2012 APR 24
Comments
April 17th 2012 - Robert Gibbs

April 12th 2012 - Stephen Moore Q&A

A Q&A following the speech by Stephen Moore. Presented by FAS: http://web1.johnshopkins.edu/fas/ Produced by WJHU: http://wjhuradio.com/

27 MIN2012 APR 17
Comments
April 12th 2012 - Stephen Moore Q&A

April 12th 2012 - Stephen Moore

Mason Hall, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. Stephan Moore is the senior economics writer for the Wall Street Journal editorial page and a member of the Journal’s editorial board. He is a daily economic commentator for CNBC TV and Fox News Channel and a frequent university lecturer. Mr. Moore is the author of five books. His most recent, Return to Prosperity: How America Can Regain its Economic Superpower Status, was a finalist for the F.A. Hayek book award. In 2007, he received the Ronald Reagan “Great Communicator” award from the Republican Party for his advancement of economic understanding. From 1999-2004, Mr. Moore served as founder and President of the Club for Growth, a 25,000-member organization dedicated to helping elect free market, tax-cutting candidates to Congress. In 2003-2004 the Club for Growth raised nearly $22 million, making it the biggest single money raiser for Republican candidates outside the party itself. From 1983 to 1987, Mr. Moore served as the Grov...

61 MIN2012 APR 17
Comments
April 12th 2012 - Stephen Moore

March 28th 2012 - Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Q&A

A Q&A following the speech by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. Presented by FAS: http://web1.johnshopkins.edu/fas/ Produced by WJHU: http://wjhuradio.com/

42 MIN2012 APR 1
Comments
March 28th 2012 - Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Q&A

March 28th 2012 - Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

Mason Hall, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is the 49th mayor of Baltimore, promoting legislative and policy initiatives that improve people’s lives: safe streets, quality public schools, and neighborhoods that are strong, vibrant, and engaged. Prior to her mayoral election, Mayor Rawlings-Blake has had a remarkable political career in Baltimore. In 1995, she was the youngest person ever elected to City Council at the age of 25. From 1998 to 2006, she was an attorney with the Baltimore Office of the Public Defender. Mayor Rawlings-Blake served as City Council Vice President from 1999 to 2007, followed by City Council President since November 2007. Mayor Rawlings-Blake has been honored with numerous awards. The National Congress of Black Women named her a Shirley Chisholm Memorial Award Trailblazer. In 2007, the Daily Record named her one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women. The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs named her o...

13 MIN2012 APR 1
Comments
March 28th 2012 - Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

March 6th 2012 - Occupy Panel Q&A

A Q&A following the Occupy Panel discussion. 2012 JHU Foreign Affairs Symposium Podcast Produced by WJHU

31 MIN2012 MAR 9
Comments
March 6th 2012 - Occupy Panel Q&A

March 6th 2012 - Occupy Wall Street Panel

Shriver Hall, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. March 6th 2012. Representatives from occupy sites across North America converged in Baltimore for a Foreign Affairs Symposium panel event, giving audience members unprecedented access to those who have been central in protesting on behalf of the 99%. This event has been planned in tandem with Occupy Baltimore and its affiliate organization, B-HEARD, to ensure that it accurately represents the movement. JHU FAS - http://web1.johnshopkins.edu/fas/ Podcast produced by WJHU - wjhuradio.com

54 MIN2012 MAR 7
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March 6th 2012 - Occupy Wall Street Panel
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