Archives for Camden Conference

Weekend Voices 3/14/09

Producer/Host: Jim Campbell
Topic: 2009 Camden Conference
Guest: Nicholas Burns, Professor at the Kennedy School, xpeaking at the Camden Conference
Nicholas Burns on “A New Era of Diplomacy for the Obama Administration”
What does former Under Secretary Burns think are the major foreign relations opportunities facing the Obama administration? What does former Under Secretary Burns think are the major foreign relations challenges facing the Obama administration? Why is “soft power” so important for the U.S. today? T

Weekend Voices 2/28/09

Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

Topic: Brent Scowcroft Camden Conference keynote Presentation
What are the key foreign policy issues facing the new administration? What is the hottest “hot spot” in the world now? What is the role of economics in foreign affairs?

FMI: www.camdenconference.org/

Note: On March 14, 21 and 28, 2009, 3-4p.m., Weekend Voices will be airing more audio from the Camden Conference, in a series produced by WERU’s Jim Campbell.

WERU Special: Camden Conference, Part 2, 3/6/07

Producer/host: Jim Campbell

WERU Special: Camden Conference, Part 1 3/5/07

Producer/host: Jim Campbell

WERU Special 5/30/06: Camden Conference

Producer: Jim Campbell

Most Americans have begun to pay attention to China only in the last decade as China has become an economic power in the world. But there are another 5000 years of Chinese history. At the 2006 Camden Conference, Prof. Michael Tsin took on the unenviable task of highlighting the events from that history that have brought China to its place in the world today – in one talk! 5000 years in 55 minutes – hold on!