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April 25th, 2016

The Ballpark podcast Episode 3: Power, Person, People: US Foreign Policy

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

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April 25th, 2016

The Ballpark podcast Episode 3: Power, Person, People: US Foreign Policy

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

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BALLPARK_SocMedBox-TranspIn this week’s episode of The Ballpark, hosts Denise Baron, Sophie Donszelmann, and Chris Gilson take a look at contemporary theories around American power and the factors that influence US foreign policy.

This episode features interviews with Nick Kitchen of the LSE US Centre, Xenia Wickett of Chatham House, and Lloyd Gruber of LSE’s Department of International Development.

Listen on to Episode 3 on Soundcloud

Episode 3 ImageThere are lots of ways to catch-up with upcoming episodes of The Ballpark podcast: visit the website, or visit our SoundCloud page, subscribe on iTunes or iTunesU, or add this RSS feed to your podcast app.

We’d love to hear what you think – you can send us a message on Twitter @LSE_Ballpark, or email us at uscentre@lse.ac.uk.

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HEIF-5-logo-full-sizeThe Ballpark was produced with help from the LSE’S HEIF5 fund and the US Embassy in the UK.  Our theme tune is by Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers”, a Seattle based gypsy jazz band.


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If you would like to learn more about the topics discussed, here’s a list of websites and materials mentioned in the podcast.

Note:  This podcast gives the views of the interviews and co-hosts, and is not the position of USAPP – American Politics and Policy, the LSE US Centre, nor the London School of Economics.

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