To celebrate the closing of this most tumultuous year, this episode features our favorite clips from past 12 months. We hope you enjoy it and take the opportunity to download full episodes that interest you, share the show with friends, and review the show on Apple Podcasts.
Links to episodes in the show:
- Race and gender gaps in COVID-19 deaths
- Why Democratic communities flipped for Trump (and might do so again) (hospitality segment)
- The case for reparations for Black Americans
- Reflections on gender equality and the 19th Amendment at 100
- Opioids in America
- Our nation of immigrants
- Challenges and opportunities for Africa’s next decade
- Scaling impact in education to reach the world’s most vulnerable children
- Pursuing sustainable development amidst global challenges
- Global China is contesting the US-led order
- Trump, Biden, and the future of the liberal world order
- Fiona Hill on the role of expertise and public servants in a time of crisis
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