New America Podcasts

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New America NYC: Leftover Women

July 24, 2014

Leta Hong Fincher’s Leftover Women argues that, contrary to many media claims, women in China have experienced a dramatic rollback of rights relative to men. Has China’s booming economy left women behind? Does the country need a new women’s movement?


The Weekly Wonk: Betting on Women Leaders

July 23, 2014

Can we break the glass ceiling with dollars bills?


New America NYC: Ethical Eating

July 18, 2014


New America NYC: The Future of Getting Lost

July 18, 2014

In this era of near constant tracking and data gathering by cellphones, sensors, CCTV cameras, or even social media, it feels as if anyone, anywhere, should be easily findable at any moment.


The Weekly Wonk: The Iraqi Triage

June 26, 2014

First, a special summer encore edition of the Weekly Wonk: Brigid Schulte makes the case for working less. Later, a conversation about the situation in Iraq – is it an imminent disaster that calls for immediate U.S. Intervention? Or should we learn from past lessons and proceed with caution?


New America NYC: The Director

June 25, 2014

David Ignatius is as well known a novelist as he is a journalist with decades of experience covering foreign affairs and national security issues. And his newest novel, the American spy thriller The Director, fits right into the cannon he has become known for.


New America NYC: The New Civil Rights Agenda

June 24, 2014

In collaboration with the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund

Stop-and-Frisk. Voter ID laws. Jim Crow Redux. Reparations.

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