Monthly Archives: April 2011

“China: the Ambivalent Superpower” April 2011

WAMC Audio “China the Ambivalent Superpower” “China the Ambivalent Superpower” I am starting to get really irritated. I mean you would think that the nations of the world would at least try to be consistent. You would think that they … Continue reading

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“The Worst of Generations” Apr.2011

WAMC Audio for the “Worst of Generations” WAMC March 6 2011 Steven A. Leibo Ph.D. Professor of International History & Politics at the Sage Colleges “The Worst of Generations” It’s now been some years since Tom Brokow published his book … Continue reading

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“Energy Obvious” March 2011

WAMC audio for “Energy Obvious” WAMC March 24 Steven Leibo Professor of International History & Politics “Energy Obvious” I suppose I should not admit it given how religious most Americans are but I don’t have a spiritual bone in my … Continue reading

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