International Religious Freedom and the Case of Uzbekistan: Trading the Hammer-and-Sickle for the Moon and Star
Episode | April 17th, 2019 | Season 1 | 29 mins 30 secs
human rights, post-communist countries, religious freedom, u.s. foreign policy, uzbekistan
Fourth-year-PhD student Ashlyn Hand dialogues with Matt about the super fun topic of religious freedom in U.S. foreign policy and the specific case of post-USSR Uzbekistan. And she says nobody wants her at the dinner table...
Episode | March 30th, 2019 | Season 1 | 34 mins 10 secs
dollar diplomacy, foreign service, human rights, state department history
Straight from the University of California, Berkeley to the Forty Acres of UT Austin, John Gleb gives us a comparative development of diplomacy, foreign policy, and human rights in the U.S. and Europe pre-World War II.