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Highlights of the lively and informative symposium on natural climate solutions hosted by the Policy Institute for Energy, Environment and the Economy at UC Davis. Recorded on 03/10/2016.

In a country that is not only becoming less white, but also more urban and secular, does the Republican Party have a future? On this edition of "Up Next," Donald T. Critchlow, author of "Future Right: Forging a New Republican Majority," discusses the party's prospects with host Marty Lasden.

Journalist Ari Shapiro shares how his passion for literature has inspired him to find and report great stories in Washington, Europe and elsewhere around the world in his remarkable rise from radio intern to co-host of NPR s flagship news program, All Things Considered. Shapiro is the featured speaker at the 2016 Dinner in the Library event at the Geisel Library at UC San Diego.

Is free speech threatened on college campuses? One of the nation s leading constitutional scholars explores the the notion of "hateful" or "hurtful" speech and their relation to the First Amendment. Recorded on 05/26/2016.

Vice Admiral Charles W. Martoglio, US Navy (ret), the former Deputy Commander of US military forces in Europe, returns to Osher to discuss the numerous challenges facing Europe and European cohesion, NATO's evolution, and its current role in the security of both America and Europe. His lecture will also examine how Russia got to where it is today and the motives behind its current activity in Eastern Europe, Syria, and across its periphery. The lecture will close with an assessment of why America will remain the most powerful nation in the world, economically, diplomatically, and military, for generations to come. Vice Admiral Charles W. Martoglio served as one of our military's leading strategists, planners, and politico-military advisors. He is currently a Senior Research Fellow at UC San Diego and an advisor to the US Department of Defense.

Megan E. Garcia, a national and cyber security analyst who is now a Senior Fellow and Director at New America California, talks with civil rights attorney and fellow alum Jonathan Stein about engaging in civic life after leaving the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. Recorded on 08/25/2016.
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