The UK’s Low-Carbon Economy: Opportunities and Challenges

The Juneau World Affairs Council presents “The UK’s Low-Carbon Economy: Opportunities and Challenges” with Reem Yusuf.

Turkey, Iran, and the US with NPR Correspondent Peter Kenyon

The Juneau World Affairs Council presents “Turkey, Iran, and the US: International Tensions Under the Trump Administration” with NPR correspondent Peter Kenyon.

Beyond a War Zone: What’s Next for Iraq

The Juneau World Affairs Council presents “Beyond a War Zone: What’s Next for Iraq” with Ambassador Lukman Faily. Faily served as Iraq’s ambassador to the United States from 2013 to 2016.

Juneau World Affairs Forum 2018 European Politics Panel Discussion

May 3, 2018

Climate Policy in the European Union

May 3, 2018

A Democratic Paralysis? How the US Withdrawal and the EU’s Malfunctioning Bureaucracy Helped Russia Undermine Pro-­Democracy Civil Society in Eastern Europe

May 3, 2018

Where is Europe’s Power? Transnational Standards and Diplomatic Expertise in Brussels

May 3, 2018

What Happened to Cooperative Security? The Rise and Fall of the Post-­Cold War Security Regime

May 3, 2018

Europe, Russia, and the Transatlantic Divide: Security Relations in Turbulent Times

May 3, 2018

Making America Normal Again-­-­With a Little Help from Europe

May 3, 2018

US-­German Relationships: Why They’re Grim and How We Can Make Them Worse.

May 3, 2018

Changes in the World Order: From ‘Embedded Liberalism’ to ‘Hyper Globalization’ to ‘Economic Nationalism

May 3, 2018

Young Midwives Lead Social Transformation in Rural Pakistan with Quratul Ain Bakhteari

Quratul Ain Bakhteari founded the Institute for Development Studies and Practices in Pakistan. IDSP effects positive change in communities by training and empowering young people.

North Korea, Bellicose Tweets and Other Nuclear Challenges We Face with Philip Yun

Ploughshares Fund Executive Director Philip Yun. Yun's nonprofit works to eliminate the dangers of nuclear weapons.

Vladivostok Today with U.S. Consul General Michael Keays

U.S. Consul General Michael Keays. Keays has led the U.S. Consulate in the Russian Far East since 2016.

Juneau World Affairs: David Ramseur, author of “Melting the Ice Curtain”

July 24, 2017

Juneau World Affairs: Europe: America’s Partner or America’s Problem?

June 5, 2017

Juneau World Affairs: Mongolia Today: Profile, Strengths and Politics

March 28, 2017

Putin and Russia’s Evolving Image in the United States with Artem Zagorodnov

December 19, 2016

Current Relations with Cuba with Ambassador Charles Shapiro

December 16, 2016

Understanding the Turmoil in the Middle East

David is Israel’s consul general to the Pacific Northwest of the US and has served Israel in various diplomatic positions domestically and abroad since 1998.

Juneau World Affiars: The Syrian Refugee Crisis: From the Front Lines to the Headlines

Eric Kocher is an EMT and attorney from Haines who’s spent six months in Greece helping Syrian refugees who have fled war

Timeline: Palestine-Israel

Skip Schiel is a photographer, social justice activist and teacher. He’s documented environmental desecration, racism, poverty, oppressive regimes and more domestically and abroad.

U.S. Nuclear Policy: The Arms Race Sequel

Paul Carroll is an expert in nuclear weapons policy with the Ploughshares Fund, a nonprofit that advocates for the elimination of nuclear weapons.

The Gathering Crisis of Food Security in Africa: Its Nature, Geography and Possible Solutions

Roland Bunch has worked as a consultant in agricultural development for over 40 NGOs and governments in 50 nations

Finding a Future in the Middle East

When the Middle East is in the news, it can be hard to understand the context. Paul Barker traces the history of Iran and their relations with the United States

Cyberwar and Warfare

A fascinating exploration from Lawrence Husick of how cyber attacks happen and how it affects governments and private enterprise.

Greenland and the Changing Arctic: Climate, Culture and Self-Determination

Richard Caulfield is an author and the provost of UAS. His doctoral dissertation focused on aboriginal subsistence whaling in Greenland and cultural dynamics of natural resource use in the Arctic.

Revisiting Human Rights in Guatemala in the Aftermath of the Civil War

Maria Offer is a reading, curriculum, and education specialist who does volunteer literacy work with Indigenous communities in Mexico, Guatemala, and Peru

Faith-based Diplomacy: Bridging the Religious Divide

Douglas Johnston heads the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy, which seeks to prevent and resolve identity-based conflicts by using religion as part of the solution.

Hong Kong – Where China and Global Advantages Converge

Subrina Chow, Director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, shares insights into the fast changing economic landscape of the greater China region

Shared Waters: Conflict, Cooperation and Transformation

Aaron Wolf is a professor at Oregon State University whose research focuses on political conflict and resolution related to transboundary water resources.

Are Dictators Getting Smarter? The Battle Between Dictatorship & Democracy

Dobson is Slate’s politics and foreign affairs editor, and the author of “The Dictator’s Learning Curve: Inside the Global Battle for Democracy.”

Will China Rule the World?

Ronald Tammen is an author and political science professor at Portland State University. His current research centers on China and India’s emergence as world powers.

Syria: From Struggle for Freedom to Humanitarian Crisis

Radwan Ziadeh is an author, scholar and international policy expert with a focus on Syria.

Unrest in Southeast Asia: A Thai Activist’s Perspective

Sulak Sivaraksa is the founder of a number of social, humanitarian, ecological and spiritual movements and organizations in Thailand.

Russian-Ukrainian Relations: Looking Back and Looking Forward

Presenter Alexander Dolitsky is a native of Kiev in the former Soviet Ukraine. His academic background is in Russian history and anthropology.

Experiences as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ukraine

Mary Miller is an Alaskan who has been volunteering with the Peace Corps in Ukraine since September 2012.

Middle East to Southeast

Three exchange students from the Middle East will talk about adapting to life in Southeast Alaska, going to American schools, and what they miss about home.

German Federal Elections 2013: The Emerging Grand Coalition

Bruce Botelho, a former Alaska attorney general and former Juneau mayor speaks on the 2013 German federal elections and the country's emerging Grand Coalition.