Dialogue Program

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The Story of Spin

Mar 14, 2011 to Mar 20, 2011
David is a professor of history and media studies at Rutgers University. He's also an author and journalist. He's written the "History Lesson" column for Slate since 1998, and has been a contributing editor for The New Republic. Currently, as a fellow at the Wilson Center, he's working on a project titled, "The Story of Spin: Presidential Persuasion from Theodore Roosevelt to George W. Bush."

Winning (or Losing) Hearts and Minds?

Mar 06, 2011 to Mar 12, 2011
Since September 11, 2001, both the Bush and Obama Administrations have placed an emphasis on building a better dialogue with the "Muslim world." Dialogue explored the idea of "winning hearts and minds" with guests Roger Hardy, Abdul Aziz Said, and Roberto Toscano.

International Reporting Project: Dateline Liberia

Feb 28, 2011 to Mar 06, 2011
Sunni Khalid is managing news editor for WYPR in Baltimore Maryland. Previously he's worked for TIME, The Washington Times, USA Today, Voice of America, and NPR. Ed Robbins is an independent multi award winning director, writer, producer, and videographer. Outlets for his work have included PBS, The Discovery Channel, National Geographic Channel, ABC, and the BBC. Teresa Wiltz is a senior editor for TheRoot.com, where she helps oversee the production of the African American web-magazine. She previously served as a staff writer for The Washington Post's style section.

Egypt and the Middle East After Mubarak

Feb 27, 2011 to Mar 05, 2011
With the downfall of the Mubarak regime in Egypt protests have quickly spread throughout the Middle East. With many former regional allies of the United States now on the brink of revolution, what are the implications for the U.S. and other western allies after Mubarak's fall? Three of the most experienced experts on the region, David Ottaway, Aaron David Miller, and Barbara Slavin share their insight.

Truth, Errors, and Lies: Politics and Economics in a Volatile World

Feb 21, 2011 to Feb 27, 2011
Mr. Kolodko is one of the world's leading thinkers on economics and development policy and was a key architect in Poland's successful economic reforms when he served as the countries Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance. He's currently a Professor at Kozminski University where he heads the think tank "TIGER", which stands for Transformation, Integration, and Globalization Economic Research.

The Quarterly Report: Rethinking the Great Recession

Feb 14, 2011 to Feb 20, 2011
Steve Lagerfeld is editor of the Wilson Quarterly. Robert J. Samuelson is a columnist for Newsweek and The Washington Post.

Cyber Warfare: National Security in the Information Age

Feb 07, 2011 to Feb 13, 2011
Matt Fussa is a managing attorney with Cisco Systems, Inc. where he serves as legal counsel to the company's global government solutions group. He recently completed a term as Cisco fellow at the Wilson Center. Previously he served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps.

International Reporting Project: Dateline Liberia

Feb 07, 2011 to Feb 13, 2011
Sunni Khalid is managing news editor for WYPR in Baltimore Maryland. Previously he's worked for TIME, The Washington Times, USA Today, Voice of America, and NPR. Ed Robbins is an independent multi award winning director, writer, producer, and videographer. Outlets for his work have included PBS, The Discovery Channel, National Geographic Channel, ABC, and the BBC. Teresa Wiltz is a senior editor for TheRoot.com, where she helps oversee the production of the African American web-magazine. She previously served as a staff writer for The Washington Post's style section.

New Tools in the Struggle for Democracy

Jan 30, 2011 to Feb 05, 2011
Oleg Kozlovsky, a Russian democracy and human rights activist. Kozlovsky is cofounder of the Solidarnost United Democratic Movement. Christian Ostermann is the director of numerous programs at the Wilson Center including the History and Public Policy and European programs.

Tears of a Clown: Glenn Beck and the Tea Bagging of America

Jan 03, 2011 to Jan 09, 2011
Dana Milbank is a syndicated columnist for the Washington Post and a former prize winning White House reporter. He has also provided commentary for CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, and NPR. He is the author of several books including the national bestseller, Homo Politicos. His newest book is titled, Tears of a Clown: Glenn Beck and the Tea Bagging of America.

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John Milewski is managing editor and host of Dialogue at the Wilson Center. The program can be seen Sundays at 10:30 AM on the MHz network's Worldview channel.  more