1/13/2020, Columbia Global Reports

'State of War' with William Wheeler | Part One

'State of War' with William Wheeler | Part One

The Story of MS-13 and Its American Roots. State of War: MS-13 and El Salvador’s World of Violence makes vividly clear why Salvadorans are fleeing their country, and why Trump’s harsh immigration and asylum policies may only empower the gangs more. Writer and "Detours" podcast host William Wheeler discusses the process of reporting his new… more

12/2/2019, Miranda Sita

'The Curse of Bigness' with Tim Wu

'The Curse of Bigness' with Tim Wu

Host Nicholas Lemann sits down with Columbia University law professor Tim Wu to discuss the politics of Louis Brandeis and Theodore Roosevelt as antitrust has reemerged this year as a major issue in the run-up to the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election.        

10/30/2019, Columbia Global Reports

'New Kings of the World' with Fatima Bhutto | Part Two

'New Kings of the World' with Fatima Bhutto | Part Two

Part two of Nick's conversation with acclaimed Pakistani writer Fatima Bhutto. Her most recent book, New Kings of the World, examines the new arbiters of mass culture ―India’s Bollywood films, Turkey's soap operas, or dizi, and South Korea's pop music. Published with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

10/14/2019, Miranda Sita

'New Kings of the World' with Fatima Bhutto | Part One

'New Kings of the World' with Fatima Bhutto | Part One

Acclaimed Pakistani writer Fatima Bhutto joins the show. Her most recent book, New Kings of the World, examines the new arbiters of mass culture ―India’s Bollywood films, Turkey's soap operas, or dizi, and South Korea's pop music. Published with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.            

5/21/2019, Columbia Global Reports

Starred review from Kirkus calls 'Speech Police' an 'essential contribution'

Starred review from Kirkus calls 'Speech Police' an 'essential contribution'

The early reviews are in for Columbia Global Reports' twentieth book, David Kaye's Speech Police: The Global Struggle to Govern the Internet. We are delighted to read Kirkus Reviews' enthusiastic appraisal of the work in our first-ever starred review from the publication: Policing the internet is necessary, but which entity shall we entrust with doing… more

4/11/2019, Miranda Sita

John B. Judis: Is Progressive Nationalism a Thing?

John B. Judis: Is Progressive Nationalism a Thing?

Nick speaks with Columbia Global Reports author and veteran reporter John B. Judis about his new book that examines the worldwide wave of nationalism and how U.S. Democrats can win against Donald Trump in 2020.    

2/24/2019, Jason Rezaian, The Washington Post

Jason Rezaian reviews 'We Want To Negotiate' for The Washington Post

Jason Rezaian reviews 'We Want To Negotiate' for The Washington Post

How to bring hostages home? There’s no simple answer. "I never took it personally when the Islamic Republic of Iran abducted me in 2014 and used me as a hostage for 544 days. True, the impact on my loved ones — and my own lasting scars — is deeply personal. But the officials in Tehran… more

2/21/2019, “CBS This Morning” podcast

CBS This Morning Podcast: Jeff Glor talks to

CBS This Morning Podcast: Jeff Glor talks to "We Want to Negotiate" author Joel Simon

"CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor talks to the executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists. Should the U.S. negotiate for the release of American hostages? Joel Simon has worked for decades to try to bring dozens of reporters back home to America, but it's an official policy of the United States to never make… more

2/11/2019, Miranda Sita

'We Want To Negotiate' with Committee to Protect Journalists' Joel Simon

'We Want To Negotiate' with Committee to Protect Journalists' Joel Simon

We're kicking off season two of UNDERREPORTED with guest Joel Simon, who in nearly two decades at the Committee to Protect Journalists has worked on dozens of hostages cases, to delve into the heated hostage policy debate. We Want to Negotiate is an exploration of the ethical, legal, and strategic considerations of a bedeviling question: Should… more

10/30/2018, Columbia Global Reports

Book Tour Dates: Tim Wu, 'The Curse Of Bigness'

Book Tour Dates: Tim Wu, 'The Curse Of Bigness'

Law professor and political activist Tim Wu is one of the country’s leading public intellectuals and is here to argue that the time has come to restore the primacy of antitrust. In his latest book, The Curse of Bigness: Antitrust in the New Gilded Age, Wu crisply lays out the history of antitrust law, showing how… more