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“Beat China”: Senator Tom Cotton Discussion

“Beat China”: Senator Tom Cotton Discussion

February 22, 2021

This week's episode is a recording of an event hosted by the Reagan Institute featuring Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas. Senator Cotton discusses his recently report "Beat China: Targeted Decoupling and the Economic Long War."

 

Report: https://www.cotton.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/210216_1700_China%20Report_FINAL.pdf

What do Republicans Actually Think?: Dr. Henry Olsen Discussion

What do Republicans Actually Think?: Dr. Henry Olsen Discussion

February 16, 2021

Washington Post Columnist and author Dr. Henry Olsen joins for his second episode of the podcast to discuss a new poll he co-authored aimed at understanding Republican voters’ priorities and preferences, and how the GOP can overcome its internal divisions.

 

2021 Trump Voters Poll http://eppc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Olsen_EPPC_YouGov_Toplines.pdf

Henry’s Book: https://www.amazon.com/Working-Class-Republican-Blue-Collar-Conservatism/dp/0062475266

Public Service & American Leadership: Elizabeth Pinkerton Discussion

Public Service & American Leadership: Elizabeth Pinkerton Discussion

February 8, 2021

Director of the President's Commission on White House Fellowships Elizabeth Pinkerton joins Reaganism to discuss the importance of public service, good leadership, and how the program she oversees brings talented young adults with little political experience into government to improve the country.

“Will Putin’s Regime Fall?: Vladimir Kara-Murza Discussion”

“Will Putin’s Regime Fall?: Vladimir Kara-Murza Discussion”

February 2, 2021

Russian dissident Vladimir Kara-Murza joins Reaganism to discuss his life as a democracy activist, the ongoing protests in Russia today, and his optimism that the Putin regime will be toppled.

 

Westminster Working Group: https://www.reaganfoundation.org/reagan-institute/centers/freedom-democracy/westminster-20-working-group/

Morning in America: A Reflection on Pres. Reagan’s Inaugural Addresses

Morning in America: A Reflection on Pres. Reagan’s Inaugural Addresses

January 25, 2021

This episode features a panel conversation with David French, Senior Editor at the Dispatch, Matthew Continetti, Resident Scholar at AEI, and Tunku Varadarajan, Executive Editor at the Hoover Institute. They discuss the history and importance of inaugural addresses, Joe Biden's speech, and President Reagan's inaugural addresses.

Both French and Continetti's essays reflecting on Reagan's speeches are available here: https://www.reaganfoundation.org/reagan-institute/scholarly-initiatives/essay-series-on-presidential-principles-and-beliefs/the-inaugural-addresses/

A Bussinessman’s Approach to Diplomacy: Under Secretary Keith Krach Discussion

A Bussinessman’s Approach to Diplomacy: Under Secretary Keith Krach Discussion

January 18, 2021

Under Secretary Keith Krach joins Reaganism to discuss the Trump administration’s economic diplomacy, Krach’s extensive business career, and the need for more private sector experience in government.

Reagan’s Unknown Mentor, Pres. Eisenhower: Dr. Gene Kopelson Discussion

Reagan’s Unknown Mentor, Pres. Eisenhower: Dr. Gene Kopelson Discussion

January 11, 2021

Medical doctor and historian Dr. Gene Kopelson joins Reaganism to discuss President Eisenhower's mentorship of Ronald Reagan and #40's 1968 Presidential Campaign.

Gene's book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FNAYPE8/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i0

 

The History of Presidential Transitions: David Marchick Conversation

The History of Presidential Transitions: David Marchick Conversation

January 4, 2021

Director of the Center for Presidential Transitions David Marchick joins Reaganism to discuss the history, importance and practice of Presidential "interregnums."

 

David's Podcast: https://presidentialtransition.org/transition-lab/

 

 

Towards a Politics that Work: Governor Hogan Discussion

Towards a Politics that Work: Governor Hogan Discussion

December 22, 2020

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan joins Reaganism to discuss the future of the Republican party, his post COVID-19 vision for a more prosperous United States, and the need for Washington to get its act together.

The China Nightmare: Dan Blumenthal Discussion

The China Nightmare: Dan Blumenthal Discussion

December 14, 2020

China expert Dan Blumenthal from the American Enterprise Institute joins Reaganism to discuss how the Chinese Communist Party is far weaker then Washington realizes, and why that's dangerous for the US.

Dan's Book: https://amzn.to/37fCl8u

Bolton's Review: https://on.wsj.com/2Khr0vL

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