Most Recent Podcasts
MacArthur Fellow, author and journalist Dinaw Mengestu was recently brought to Canada by the State Department for a series of readings across the country. While in Toronto, he spoke with us about his writings. (8:47, 8.4MB MP3)
Lev Kubiak is Director of the National Intellectual Property (IP) Rights Coordination Center. While in Ottawa for meetings with his Canadian counterparts in the IP community, he shared with us how the United States and Canada are collaborating on IP issues. (5:41, 7.8MB MP3) Video »
Jenenne Whitfield is the Executive Director of the Heidelberg Project, an art project aiming to revitalize Detroit's East Side. In this podcast, she talks about the Project's impact on the city. (6:54, 9.5MB MP3)
Wendy Schiller, Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at Brown University, recently visited Canada for a series of talks on President Obama and the United States Congress -- a topic she discussed with us while she stopped in Toronto. (7:17, 6.8MB MP3)
Bob Cekuta is the State Department's Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Resources. He recently visited Vancouver for the Pacific Energy Summit, where he sat down with us to talk about the new US-Asia-Pacific Energy Initiative. (6:56, 9.8MB MP3) Video »
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