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49 minutes | a year ago
The United States and Iran Conflict: Recap, Analysis and Predictions (With Guest: Professor Wayne Cox)
This month on Right of Reply, Hosts Itamar and Jeff sit down with professor Wayne Cox to discuss the intense and alarming conflict between the United States and Iran in the past month. This episode covers some of the events leading up to the assassination of Qasem Soleimani, the effects of the assassination on international relations as well as how these events have impacted Canada.
56 minutes | a year ago
Brexit: Recaps, Updates and Predictions (With Guest: Professor Grant Amyot)
This month on Right of Reply, Hosts Itamar and Jeff sit down with professor Grant Amyot to discuss all the latest new relating to Brexit. This episode focuses both on some of the basics of Brexit, as well as diving into some of the more recent and complex developments. Whether you are new to following Brexit or have been an avid news follower for years, this episode is for you!
47 minutes | a year ago
S.2 Ep. 1: Foreign Affairs & Policy Issues in Canadian Federal Elections
Alex Jerry, President of PPC at Queen’s University and Bruce Baker of the Queen’s Liberal Party Association join us in studio to discuss foreign affairs and policy issues even as Federal candidates focus on domestic issues.
42 minutes | 2 years ago
Engaging with Ethics: Biological Sciences and Political Philosophies
This episode features an interview with Dr. Colin Farrelly, who is Professor and Queen’s National Scholar in the Department of Political Studies. In addition to spending the last 10 years of his 20 year career here at Queen’s, he has also held academic appointments at UCLA, Oxford University, Waterloo University, Birmingham University and the University of Waterloo. In the fall of 2018 he was the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in the Social Sciences at the University of Manoa in Hawaii. The author and editor of 6 books and approximately 50 journal articles, Colin has published articles in political science, philosophy, law, science and medicine. His two most recent book publications are Biologically Modified Justice, published by Cambridge University Press in 2016. And Genetic Ethics: An Introduction published by Polity Books in 2018. Colin is also involved in volunteer initiatives to teach political philosophy and ethics to inmates in prison and children in elementary school.
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