Category Archives: US Foreign Policy

“North Korea: Between Stalin & the Nazis” February 2014

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On America’s International Identity: Beyond Exceptionalism

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Professor Leibo on Syria at YNN in Upstate New York Time Warner Station

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“Asking the Hard Questions on Syria” September 2013

WAMC Sept. 5 Dr Steven A Leibo is the Sage Colleges Professor of International History & Politics. “Asking the Wrong Questions on Syria” As I speak, the American congress is struggling to ask the hard questions on Syria, asking whether … Continue reading

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A More Dangerous Round with North Korea? April 2013

Audio for North Korea Wamc April 11, 2013 Dr Steven A Leibo is the Sherman David Spector in the Humanities at the Sage Colleges “Why North Korea scares me” By all rights I should be the last person to be … Continue reading

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“A Real Foreign Policy Debate” October 2012

Audio for “A Real Foreign Policy Debate” WAMC — for Oct. 25 Steven Leibo is the Sage Professor of International History & Politics Like A lot of Americans I sat down Monday evening hoping to hear an intelligent discussion of … Continue reading

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Cuba and the Statute of Limitations

Audio for Cuba & the Statute of Limitations WAMC July 18 2012 Steven A. Leibo is the Sage Colleges Professor of International History & Politics “Statute of Limitations” It might sound odd but lately I have been thinking a lot … Continue reading

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“Barack Obama and Jimmy Carter” June 2012

Audio for “Barack Obama & Jimmy Carter” WAMC Steven A. Leibo “Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama” Harry Truman’s been on my mind a lot lately. Oh, not because I remember him personally. Sure, I was alive during his presidency; but … Continue reading

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“North Korea’s Real Victims” April 2012

audio for “North Korea’s Real Victims” WAMC APRIL 19TH Steven A. Leibo “Facing the Real North Korean Threat” North Korea’s in the news again, but, as usual, for the wrong reasons. Sure they are again threatening another nuclear weapons test. … Continue reading

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‘Iran’s Nuclear Challenge” March 2012

Audio for “Iran’s Nuclear Challenge –WAMC Northeast Public Radio MARCH 8 , 2012 The Sage Colleges were closed this week which finally allowed this hard working academic to catch his breath. Sure, there’s always lots of catch up work to … Continue reading

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