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International Security
IS: Off the Page
IS: Off the Page brings policymakers, academics, and practitioners into conversation about security issues of global importance. In each episode, we will discuss a recent piece of research published in International Security, and more importantly, go beyond each article’s findings to engage in contemporary, real-world policy.
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5.0 stars from 24 ratings
an enjoyable listen with well thought out topics and guests.
rose pilar via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/17/20
Bringing to the Masses
Morgan’s approachable and relatable style and banter makes complex issues feel like a kitchen table conversation. It’s serious stuff without being so dang serious. Creative approach to bridging the academic nature of the publication and policy relevance. Well done.
AH1755 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/08/19
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