This week on The Current, Rachel Vogelstein & Meighan Stone co-authors of AWAKENING: #MeToo and the Global Fight for Women’s Rights discuss the global success of the #MeToo movement, how the U.S. can support women around the world, the accuracy of The West Wing, what Bill Cosby’s overturned conviction means for the movement and more.
Olivier Sibony, Professor at HEC Paris, keynote speaker and co-author of NOISE talks about the detrimental effects of noise in the judicial system, the difference between noise and bias, how noise influenced Harry Potter and more.
Susan Page, USA Today Washington Bureau chief, vice presidential debate moderator and author of MADAM SPEAKER talks Nancy Pelosi retiring, the infamous Mike Pence fly fiasco, Nancy preparing herself to fight during the Capitol Riot and more on this week’s episode of The Current.
Philip Zelikow, White Burkett Miller Professor of History, former executive director of the 9/11 commission and author of THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED talks successes in American diplomacy, the role of diplomats in history, the Cuban Missile Crisis and more on this week's episode of The Current.
Kehinde Andrews, Professor of Black Studies at Birmingham City University and author of THE NEW AGE OF EMPIRE talks about the royal family, the role of white supremacy throughout history, why readers should feel uncomfortable reading his book and more.