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

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

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In 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.
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The Ballpark podcast Episode 2: This is not a hot take

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In this week’s episode of The Ballpark, hosts Denise Baron, Sophie Donszelmann, and Chris Gilson dive into the current state of American politics, but instead of giving you a “hot take,” present you with a historical perspective from 1920 and a political theory on polarisation.

This episode features interviews with Mona Morgan-Collins of the LSE’s Government Department, and Professor James Snyder […]

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    Introducing The Ballpark podcast and Episode 1: The Strongest Economy for Who?

Introducing The Ballpark podcast and Episode 1: The Strongest Economy for Who?

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Today the LSE US Centre launches its new podcast, The Ballpark, a regular online audio show on US politics, policy, and research. In each episode, hosts Denise Baron, Sophie Donszelmann, and Chris Gilson take a closer look at American politics, economics, policy and news. We’ll feature and dissect the research of academics from the LSE and around the world. […]

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