This week on SiriusXM, we take a look at foreign policy in the 21st century with Madeleine Albright, Joseph Nye, and others.
Mar 30 2015
By Simone Peer
On March 31st, Harvard University political scientist Robert Putnam will speak at the Aspen Institute in a discussion focused on his latest book, “Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis.”
Mar 27 2015
In today's technology-centric world, who gets left behind? How can ordinary people do extraordinary things? Why should China be concerned about ISIS? Programs at the Aspen Institute have been scouring their respective issue areas to find and share the most insightful and informative links to answer these questions, and more.
Mar 27 2015
At the Aspen Institute Community Dialogue on Healing the Racial Divide in St. Louis, MO, law enforcement officials, educators, and activists share their solutions for bridging the racial divide in education, in the media, and between black youth and the police.
Mar 26 2015
By Valerie Moyer, Guest Blogger
When a woman can control her fertility and determine the timing and spacing of her children she is more likely to be healthy, feed her family, attain her desired level of education, and be economically stable, according to Zambia’s first Minister of Gender and Child Development, Nkandu Luo.
Mar 25 2015
By Barbara Dills, Guest Blogger
"[The Big Short's release] was the first taste I had of being taken really seriously by the political/regulatory process, and the first inkling I got of how clueless it was. And it was really disturbing."
Mar 24 2015
By Aidan Flax-Clark, Guest Blogger
The Grammy, Emmy, and Tony Award winner was the featured guest for a conversation about his life and about the power he witnessed in the arts to influence the issue of race, as well as those of human rights, diplomacy, and politics.
Mar 23 2015
Millennials want to step up and serve their communities and country. How can society provide them with opportunities to do so? This week on Aspen Institute Radio, we delve deeper into the opportunity of a service year.
Mar 20 2015
By Aspen Challenge Team
Students from three Washington DC high schools presented the best challenges at the March 20 Aspen Challenge competition.
Mar 20 2015
How do US cities compare when it comes to income inequality? Is Cuba the next Promised Land for venture capitalists? How are Peru’s ancient weaving techniques supporting the region’s biodiversity? Programs at the Aspen Institute have been scouring their respective issue areas to find and share the most insightful and informative links to answer these questions, and more.