On the final new episode of Outside In for the 2018 season, we talk with a distinguished professor at the University of Texas and author of nine books on contemporary politics and foreign policy, most recently The Impossible Presidency, discussed the challenges of the presidency in modern America.
On this week’s “Outside/In,” we hear from David Hawkins, Director of the Climate Program at the Natural Resources Defense Council, on climate change and the political challenges of addressing it.
This week we’ll hear from Bryan Cunningham, a former NSA and CIA official during the Clinton and George W Bush administrations and a leading international expert on cybersecurity law and policy. Cunningham will talk about the threats to cybersecurity and what can be done to respond to them.
On this week’s edition of “Outside/In,“ host Roger Kahn talks with Ellen Sweets, a journalist formerly with the Denver Post and other newspapers and a former Director of the City of St. Louis Civil Rights Enforcement Agency, about voting in America. Sweets speaks about the current threats to voting rights and their impact on minority communities.
On this week’s Outside In, host Roger Kahn talks with Charlie Sykes, an MSNBC contributor and a contributing editor at the Weekly Standard. Sykes has been critical of President Trump and elements of the Republican party. He’ll talk about the state of the country and the future of the Republican party.