Video and Multimedia

Audio Resources

1. Pakistan & Nukes
Description: This is an interview, broadcast on National Public Radio, with Douglas Frantz and Catherine Collins—the authors of a book on A.Q. Khan and nuclear proliferation.

2. American Power at a Crossroads
Description: This podcast dissects American realist and liberal foreign policies over the past two decades and poses some important questions for American power and exceptionalism moving forward.

Video Resources

1. Why China Cannot Rise Peacefully
Description: This is a speech given by Prof. John J. Mearsheimer at the University of Ottawa’s Center for International Policy Studies. Applying offensive realist theory, Mearsheimer discusses the prospects for China rising peacefully.

2. Zbigniew Brzezinski on U.S.-China Relations: CHINA Town Hall 2011
Description: In this interview, conducted by the National Committee on United States-China Relations, former National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinksi discusses relations between the United States and China. (You might want to compare Brzezinski’s analysis with Mearsheimer’s.)

Web Resources

1. Chicken Kiev speech
Description: This is the text of the speech President George H.W. Bush delivered in Kiev, Ukraine, on August 1, 1991. In it, he grapples with the consequences of the coming collapse of the Soviet Union.

2. CIA & the War on Terrorism
Description: This CIA page contains press releases, speech transcripts, and links related to the U.S.-led war on terrorism.

3. Global Terrorism Database
Description: This database, hosted by the University of Maryland, compiles data on terrorist events from 1970 to 2017, including more than 180,000 cases.

4. Cyber Warfare
Description: On this website, you can access analysis and commentary on the topic of cyberwarfare, compiled by the Rand Corporation, a leading strategic think-tank.