Eden Collinsworth on shifting moral values east and west

Morality (in) Play

An Interview with Eden Collinsworth


An expert shares her fields notes on how moral values are changing around the world.

  Jan-Werner Müller on populism, democracy, and Trump


An Interview with Jan-Werner Müller


This Princeton professor quite literally wrote the book on modern populism. We spoke with him about the real menace this political phenomenon presents.

Ancient Modern


The Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti is best known for bringing a powerful vision to bear on physical form and testing its expressive limits.

  Marci Shore on Ukraine and revolution in real time

Blood on the Streets

An Interview with Marci Shore


The events in Ukraine in the spring of 2014 provided a rare glimpse to the world of a European revolution as it happened.

How Trump and Tech Are Breaking Morality


The Trump presidency seems at times like one unending scandal. For this week's podcast, we spoke with Eden Collinsworth, the author of BEHAVING BADLY, to talk about the life -- and death -- of norms.

Why Solar Power Is Going to Hit a Wall


The quest for cheap, sustainable energy seems to lead inexorably to the sun. We spoke with CFR expert and Georgetown professor Varun Sivaram about his new book Taming The Sun and the future of solar.

Why the Death of Caesar Never Ended


Cornell's Barry Strauss, quite literally, wrote the book on the death of Caesar. We spoke with him about Roman politics and contemporary analogies for this week's podcast.