ProvCast Ep. 39: What Boris Johnson Entails for US Foreign Policy

Deputy Editor Mark Melton speaks with Niall Walsh, the Western Europe analyst at Oxford Analytica. They cover how and whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson will deliver Brexit by October 31, rising populism and nationalism in the UK, the possibility of Scotland becoming an independent country, problems with the UK Royal Navy, what a US-UK free trade deal might entail, how the UK is responding to the Iran crisis, and more.

ProvCast Ep. 38: Remember Syria? The Crisis That Simply Will Not Go Away
Faysal Itani of The Atlantic Council and Managing Editor Drew Griffin go beneath the headlines and discuss the ongoing crisis in Syria and the prospects for Middle East Stability.
The Rise of China in Latin America — A ProvCast Conversation with Eric Farnsworth

Managing editor Drew Griffin sits down with Eric Farnsworth, VP of Council of the Americas, to discuss the growing influence/threat of Chinese involvement in Latin America.

Lela Gilbert joins Drew Griffin to discuss the latest reports of global antisemitism.
ProvCast Ep. 35: The Global Rise of Antisemitism — A Conversation with Lela Gilbert

Writer and author Lela Gilbert joins Drew Griffin to discuss the latest reports of global Anti-Semitism.

ProvCast Ep. 34: The Future of Venezuela: A Conversation with Paul Coyer

Professor and contributing editor Paul Coyer joins Providence managing editor Drew Griffin, for a discussion about the ongoing tragedy in Venezuela.

ProvCast Ep. 33: Religious Freedom, Christian Missions and Future of Religious Persecution: A Conversation with Amb. Sam Brownback

In this episode, Managing Editor Drew Griffin sits down with US Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom Sam Brownback to discuss the changing face of religious persecution and new global threats to international religious liberty.

ProvCast Ep. 32: American Justness in War—from Independence, WWII, Vietnam, and Beyond

In this episode of the Foreign Policy ProvCast, Eric Patterson speaks about his book Just American Wars: Ethical Dilemmas in US Military History.

ProvCast Ep. 31: Pessimism over Human Rights’ Future (Aaron Rhodes)

In this episode of the Foreign Policy ProvCast, Aaron Rhodes speaks on his article about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) in the Winter 2019 issue of Providence’s print edition. He also addresses the differences between human rights and political questions, the human rights situation in various countries, how China violates these rights with its reeducation camps for Uighur Muslims, why he’s pessimistic about the future, and what the global community can do to reform and promote human rights.