Terrorism, Foreign Policy, and American Democracy

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Air dates: April 12 ~ 15, 2017) — The Campus Community Dialogue Series: Understanding Our Differences, Shaping Our Future recently held a forum about Terrorism, Foreign Policy, and American Democracy. Specifically, how should we balance the relationship of American national security and international terrorism with our Constitutional and moral principles?

The panelists include: Professor Amos Guiora, with the S.J, Quinney College of Law; FBI Supervisory special agent Daniel K, Brady; Professor Brent Steele, the Wormuth Chair, Dept. of Political Science; Ivy Estabrooke, Executive Director, USTAR, The Utah Science Technology and Research Initiative; and Professor Mark Button, the Chair of the Dept. of Political Science, who served as moderator.

This forum was recorded April 10, 2017, and is sponsored by the College of Social and Behavioral Science, and Hinckley Institute of Politics, the Dept. of Political Science, and the Undergraduate and Graduate Student Advisory Councils.