FPRI Radio is a podcast dedicated to topical discussions between members of the FPRI staff and leading experts on current events relating to and affecting world affairs in the diplomatic, informational, military, and economic domains. These conversations generally range from between 15 and 45 minutes in duration.

 

 

A Conversation with Lt. Gen. Jonathon Riley: Afghanistan, the US-UK Relationship, and Brexit

In this episode of FPRI Radio Michael Noonan, director of FPRI’s Program on National Security, sits down with retired British ...

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Israel’s Election: An Update

Israelis head to the polls on April 9th. To get a sense of the state of the race, the political ...

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Taxing Wars: The American Way of War Finance and the Decline of Democracy

In this episode of FPRI Radio Michael Noonan sits down with Sarah Kreps from Cornell University to discuss her Pennsylvania ...

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What Does the “Day After” look like for Syria?

While the conflict in Syria shows no sign of abating, scholars and policymakers alike are trying to make projections for ...

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Life After the Caliphate

Although most of ISIS’s territory has been wrested from its control, the threat posed by this terrorist organization and by ...

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Assessing Trump’s Trip to Asia

President Donald Trump recently completed a 12-day trip to Asia, with stops in Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam, and the ...

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Europe’s Voters Have Spoken…But What Did They Say?

The German elections on 24 September marked the end of a year and a half of major elections and referenda ...

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The “Deep State” of Intelligence?

In this episode of FPRI Radio, host Michael Noonan is joined in conversation with FPRI Senior Fellow Nada Bakos to ...

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Violence, Non-State Actors, and Turmoil in the Middle East

From the breakdown of states to the exploitation of the ensuing power vacuum by violent non-state actors, there are numerous ...

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Venezuela in Crisis

As President Nicolás Maduro relies on increasingly repressive means to preserve the regime he inherited from the late Hugo Chávez, ...

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