National Politics

2013 Aspen Security Forum
1:27 pm
Wed July 17, 2013

Live Broadcasts from the Aspen Security Forum

The 2013 edition of the Aspen Security Forum from the Aspen Institute is shaping up to be an engaging array of people, ideas and issues. Aspen Public Radio has you covered with live broadcasts from the series. If you miss a broadcast, Aspen Public Radio will provide archive podcasts on demand for you within 24 hours of each event.

Here's the current broadcast schedule for the Aspen Security Forum on Aspen Public Radio

Wednesday, July 17th at 6:00pm 

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Special Coverage
11:05 am
Mon July 15, 2013

McCloskey Speaker Series - Decision-making & Leadership: Views from the Statehouse

A conversation featuring Governors John Hickenlooper of Colorado, Jay Nixon of Missouri, Jay Inslee of Washington and Peter Shumlin of Vermont on priorities, issues, and successes. Moderated by Elliot Gerson, Executive Vice President, The Aspen Institute.

Special Coverage
4:14 pm
Mon July 1, 2013

Aspen Ideas Festival - Matter of Debate: Should Pot Be Legal?

Matter of Debate: Should Pot Be Legal?

Recent elections in the states of Washington and Colorado have legalized marijuana, catalyzing the national debate regarding drug policy and reform. Will other states follow? How will the federal government respond? And what are the risks and benefits of moving in this direction?

Ethan Nadelmann, Asa Hutchinson, James Bennet

 

Special Coverage
5:27 pm
Sun June 30, 2013

Aspen Ideas Festival - Gay Marriage in America: What Does the Supreme Court Decision Mean?

Gay Marriage in America: What Does the Supreme Court Decision Mean?


David Boies & Jeffrey Rosen

Special Coverage
4:10 pm
Sun June 30, 2013

Aspen Ideas Festival - The 21st Century Diplomatic Toolbox

The 21st Century Diplomatic Toolbox: Soft Power, Economic Statecraft, and Technology


The changing face of diplomacy in the 21st century is driven by new tools of statecraft: soft power, economic support, access to technology, and public-private partnerships. Why will these be successful?

Madeleine K. Albright, David Ensor, Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Richard Wilhelm

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