Financial Times chief foreign affairs commentator discusses his new book and why what happens in Egypt matters throughout the rest of the world.
Historian discusses his book, Inherently Unequal, and challenges the theory that the U.S. Supreme Court is an apolitical body.
Consumer Electronics Association president-CEO argues against overtaxing innovators and creating policies that discourage creative businesses from operating in the U.S.
Surgeon and author of The Checklist Manifesto explains how coping with complexity has become the biggest 21st-century struggle.
Detroit native talks about his new book, Punching Out: One Year in a Closing Auto Plant, and blue collar decline in America.
Author of the best seller The Memory Keeper’s Daughter discusses her new novel and the mysterious process of writing.
National security analyst and The Longest War author discusses the lack of fallout following the announcement that the U.S. will remain in Afghanistan through 2014.
Presidential historian discusses his latest text and describes the similarities between Presidents Obama and Reagan.
Former boxing champ talks about his current work to help prisoners who have been falsely convicted.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist discusses the START Treaty and explains why Pakistan is the world’s most dangerous nation.