196May 22, 2013
2013 Helen Bernstein Book Award for Excellence in Journalism
Book TV presented coverage of the 2013 Helen Bernstein Book Award for Excellence in Journalism. The finalists for this year’s award included Katherine Boo, Behind the Beautiful ...
878Mar 31, 2011
Book Discussion on Ideal Illusions: How the U.S. Government Co-Opted Human Rights
James Peck argues that while the U.S. gives lip service about caring for human rights around the world, the reality is that it has used the idea of preserving human rights as a tool to expand its ...
370Oct 23, 2010
China and India
Participants talked about the growing economic and political of China and India. Among the topics they addressed were relations with the U.S., rates of economic growth, international trade ...
822Oct 7, 2010
Book Discussion on The Frugal Superpower
Michael Mandelbaum argues that the era of an expansive U.S. foreign policy, which began with entry into WWII, is coming to an end due to financial constraints. He discussed how this would ...
56Jan 25, 2007
Stopping the Spread of Nuclear Weapons
A panel discussion was held on stopping the spread of nuclear weapons. Topics included policy measures global powers could take to shore up the non-proliferation regime, incentives for a ...
133Sep 3, 2003
Book Discussion on Crisis
Following an introduction by Ms. Katz, former secretary of state Henry Kissinger was interviewed about his book, Crisis: The Anatomy of Two Major Foreign Policy Crises, published by ...
47Jan 17, 2001
Book Discussion on The Tiananmen Papers
Mr. Nathan and others talked about the book The Tiananmen Papers: The Chinese Leadership’s Decision to Use Force Against Their Own People - In Their Own Words, published by Public ...
19Oct 21, 1997
Foreign Affairs 75th Anniversary
Mr. Hoge and Professor Zimmerman talked about the impact of Foreign Affairs on U.S. foreign policy and took audience calls, faxes and electronic mail. American Encounter is a ...
20Aug 5, 1996
Media Power in World Politics
Mr. Hoge talked about the growing power of international media corporations using constantly improving technologies to inform people about events happening around the world. He examined ...
14Oct 26, 1994
Use of Television in Foreign Policy Panel 3
Media news executives and newscasters discussed how foreign policy is affected by television. They pointed out that instant television coverage, even of wars, has resulted in policy being made ...
12Oct 25, 1994
Television Coverage of Foreign Policy
The panelists discussed the coverage of foreign affairs by the television industry. Topics included changes in the coverage of foreign affairs and in the attitude of the public. The ...
20Oct 24, 1994
Television Coverage of International Conflict
In a session from the conference, “Television and Foreign Affairs,” the panel examined television coverage of foreign conflicts from the Vietnam War through the Persian Gulf War, ...
84Jul 14, 1994
U.S.-Japan Security Issues
Participants discussed the importance of international Secutiry. Speakers include former Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa and Les Aspin, a Former U.S. secretary of Defense. The ...
20Apr 13, 1994
American Foreign Policy
Participants spoke on current American foreign policy and performance thus far under the Clinton administration. Mr. Hoge moderated this event.
65Dec 25, 1993
U.S. Role in Global Politics
A panel of international journalists met to discuss America’s search for a new world role. This panel was part of the University of Tulsa’s presidential lecture series.
22Nov 11, 1992
Restructuring the White House
The Commission on Government Renewal held a news conference to announce the release of its memorandum on reforming the federal government. The memorandum, sent to Governor Clinton the previous ...
11Jun 17, 1992
Soviet Involvement with Vietnam POW/MIA's
Senator Kerry joined Mr. Hoge by video from the capitol building to discuss the issue of possible U.S. POW/MIAs in the former Soviet Union and Ross Perot’s possible involvement in the ...
12Apr 14, 1989
The Editor's Job: How Has It Changed?
1,068Oct 15, 1976
Vice Presidential Candidates Debate
In the first nationally televised vice presidential debate, Senators Mondale and Dole debate domestic and foreign policy issues. In this debate each candidate had 2 minutes and 15 seconds to ...