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Best UC3P podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best UC3P podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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This is the last episode of Thank You For Your Service co-hosted by Thomas and Nick, who are leaving UChicago and moving on with their Navy careers. After this, TYFYS will join the podcast network at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, where it will be hosted by Dr. Alice Hunt Friend and Dr. Jim Golby. In this final episode, Thomas …
 
Ever since Samuel Huntington wrote The Soldier and the State in 1957, his theory on objective civilian control of the military has had a profound influence on American civil-military relations. Over the course of this podcast series, we’ve explored that theory’s substance and applications to real-world events. But does Huntington’s theory need an o…
 
We spoke with Abdul El-Sayed, an activist and former Michigan gubernatorial candidate. Dr. El-Sayed previously practiced as a physician, earned a Rhodes Scholarship, and served as the top official for Detroit’s Department of Health. We talked with Dr. El-Sayed about the primary season, addressing radical problems, and how becoming a father has chan…
 
How have the roles of women in the military changed over time? What progress has been made towards more inclusive and diverse environments in the armed forces? Lyla Kohistany joins this episode to give her take. Lyla is a U.S. Navy veteran, having served first as a Surface Warfare Officer before transferring to the Intelligence Community, where she…
 
We spoke with John Bouman, President of the Shriver Center. The Shriver Center is a legal aid nonprofit that tackles issues related to poverty. Topics we discussed included what poverty looks like in America, progressive income taxes, and how racial injustices intersect with poverty. To find out more about the Shriver Center’s work, check out their…
 
Despite popular stereotypes, the best predictor of whether someone will join the armed forces is not race or economic class. According to New York Times national correspondent Dave Philipps, it’s familiarity with the military – knowing someone who has served, usually a friend or family member. The result is that since the advent of the All-Voluntee…
 
Audra Grassia is a veteran technical process manager who has extensive experience using data and analytics at private, political, and non-profit organizations. She previously served as the Deputy Political Director for the Democratic Governors Association, as a Client Engagement Manager at Civis Analytics, and on the Analytics team for the Hillary …
 
Irene Sanpietro (JD ’20) spoke with Barbara McQuade, former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan. They discussed cybersecurity, police profiling, and progressive prosecution. Specific topics included effective crime interventions in dialogue with communities, and how encryption has changed law enforcement. Check out her academic page …
 
What does it mean to be an American? Phil Klay, a former Marine and critically acclaimed writer, returns to the podcast to discuss the connection between military service, citizenship, and “Americanness.” Elaborating on his November 2019 New York Times essay “The Soldiers We Leave Behind,” Phil recounts the story of the World War I “Melting Pot” di…
 
Why does the military have a justice system distinct from the civilian justice system? And what are the implications of having separate forms of accountability? Former Republican Congressman Tom Rooney joins TYFYS to give his take. Congressman Rooney represented Florida’s 16th and then 17th congressional districts from 2009 to 2019. During his time…
 
“Thank You For Your Service” is back. In Season 2, we’ll be taking a hard look at how the military institution interacts with American social issues and social change: race, gender, LGBT issues. We’ll address questions like: Who joins the military and why? What can be done to address sexual assault in the military or mental health issues among serv…
 
Recently retired Navy commander Guy “Bus” Snodgrass served as chief speechwriter to Secretary James Mattis for most of his tenure as Secretary of Defense. Snodgrass has recently published a book, Holding the Line: Inside Trump’s Pentagon with Secretary Mattis. In it, the former speechwriter gives a behind-the-scenes look at national security decisi…
 
Today, we’re back with our most popular mini-series: Naked Love. This episode is all about finding the perfect match. We talk about dating algorithms, matchmaking services, and social matches. The Naked Love Team consists of Emily Kelin, Olina Yang, Franziska Harling, Ivanna Shevel, and Katie James. Special thanks to Susan Paykin and Lauren Li for …
 
We speak with award-winning author and activist Marianne Williamson, who is running for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. She spoke with UC3P about a number of topics, including foreign policy and her Department of Peace, healthcare for undocumented immigrants, reparations, values in making public policy, and truth. Podc…
 
Dr. Paul Staniland and Dr. Austin Carson, political science professors at the University of Chicago, join the podcast to discuss how studying international civil-military relations can shed light on American civ-mil – and how the challenges of maintaining civilian control of militaries play out in countries around the world. Why do some countries e…
 
Maggie Feldman-Piltch is the founder of #NatSecGirlSquad, a professional development community committed to promoting competent diversity in national security and defense. She joins the podcast to discuss her experiences as an organizer and strategist, what motivates her to work towards putting more women at the table for national security discussi…
 
Few scholars have had a greater influence on the academic study of American civil-military relations than Dr. Peter Feaver. But Dr. Feaver’s career has reached far beyond the campus of Duke University, where he is a professor at the Sanford School of Public Policy and director of the American Grand Strategy Program. The author and editor of several…
 
From his hard-hitting interviews with prominent politicians to his work reporting from the Middle East, Jake Tapper has been a forceful presence in political journalism for the last 20 years. He is currently CNN’s Chief Washington Correspondent and the anchor of The Lead with Jake Tapper, as well as the host of CNN’s Sunday political show, State of…
 
David Axelrod, the longtime political consultant and commentator now serving as director of the UChicago Institute of Politics, has a unique perspective on civil-military relations. In 2004, Mr. Axelrod joined the U.S. Senate campaign of a young Illinois state senator named Barack Obama. Just four years later, he and his team of strategists orchest…
 
The Honorable Michèle Flournoy, one of the most accomplished national security professionals working in the United States today, served as Under Secretary of Defense for Policy from 2009 to 2012 and co-founded the Center for a New American Security (CNAS). She is now the CEO of WestExec Advisors, where she helps make connections between the U.S. na…
 
In this episode, we look into stories on the video game development and regulation, the still ongoing US-China trade war, Hong Kong’s proposed extradition law, and the history behind the May 4th Movement. Have a story you’d like to hear about? Let us know at TheU3CP@gmail.com and we’ll get back to you! Focused on delivering updates occurring in and…
 
For over 35 years, John Prendergast has worked as a human rights and anti-corruption activist to create and sustain peace in Africa. He served as the Director of African Affairs on the National Security Council under the Clinton Administration, and has founded and worked for a variety of humanitarian organizations. Prendergast is the founding direc…
 
After serving as a Marine Corps public affairs officer in Iraq, Phil Klay won the 2014 National Book Award for Redeployment, his collection of short stories about the war. Widely recognized as one of the best writers of his generation, Phil has also published essays on the military and society in The Atlantic, The New Yorker, TIME, and many other o…
 
Admiral (ret.) James Stavridis, PhD, former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO and former Dean of the Fletcher School at Tufts University, was vetted as Hillary Clinton’s VP nominee and then interviewed by President-elect Donald Trump for a potential cabinet level position. He joins the podcast to discuss the importance of NATO, the role of retired m…
 
This week, Steve Crano and Kyra Sturgill sat down for an interview with Vincent Lane, former director of the Chicago Housing Authority. Lane’s tenure as chairman led up to the demolition of Chicago’s high rise public housing developments and the initiation of a plan to better integrate public housing properties into the city. It was also scarred by…
 
In this episode, we look into issues both domestic and international, with stories on the National Development and Reform Commission’s hard regulation of cryptocurrency mining, Shanghai’s car trade-in program, and the sweeping tax reforms enacted, as well as Italy’s landmark signing onto the Belt and Road Initiative. Have a story you’d like to hear…
 
The Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF) allows the US military to be deployed against Al-Qaeda and any “associated forces.” Because of its broad nature, it has been used as a justification for military force across the globe, from Afghanistan and Iraq to Yemen and Niger. It was passed in 2001. Congress hasn’t renegotiated it since th…
 
In this interview, Lucía Delgado Sanchez (MPP '18) travels to Mexico and interviews Rafael Fonseca about his yearlong work with the United Nations Small Grants Program in the Dominican Republic. Credits: Lucía Delgado Sanchez for interviewing Peter Biava for sound production David Raban for editing Shirin Raban for cover design…
 
Many Americans, especially those who don’t personally know a service member, learn much of what they know about the U.S. military through portrayals in film and television. While military movies often make for high-quality and high-revenue entertainment, they can also tend to traffic in stereotypes – stereotypes that can perpetuate the already-grow…
 
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