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The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour: Was the War in Afghanistan Worth It?

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Air date: April 1, 2015) – Recently the Hinckley Institute of Politics hosted a debate: “Was the

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour: U.S. – Latin American Relations

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Air date: March 25, 2015) – The Hinckley Institute of Politics recently hosted the 17th Annual Rocco

With Hearing Planned Wednesday, Chaffetz Discusses Trip to Libya

Following the deadly September 11 attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya last month, Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz is among those

Expert on Afghanistan War, Insurgency Speaks in Salt Lake

The alleged killing of 16 Afghan civilians by an American soldier has raised serious questions about the future of U.S.forces in Afghanistan.

Utah Journalist Reports on “Mingi” Killings in Ethiopia

Among three remote tribes in southern Ethiopia, if an infant is determined to be cursed, or “mingi,” it’s a death sentence. As

Reporting on the Rise of an “Instant City”

A population explosion from 400,000 in the mid-20th Century to more than 13 million today earns Karachi, Pakistan, the title of an

Once-Expelled U.S. Ambassador Shares Experience in Salt Lake City

Former U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela Patrick Duddy understands that country’s tumultuous relationship with the United States perhaps better than anyone, after having

CityViews 10/5/11: Diplomacy and Not-So-Diplomatic Theater

Segment 1: In a new memoir, John Price traces his journey from immigrant to prominent Utah businessman to diplomat. But he also

Radio Producer Relates Trip to Afghanistan to Utah Experiences

Just after the September 11th attacks, radio producer Scott Carrier drove from his home in Salt Lake City to Chicago, asking people

Tourism Heads Talk Funding, Security at Annual Conference

Salt Lake City is hosting the National Conference for Tourism Professionals this year. It’s where state and city tourism officials from across