Presenter: Professor Lawrence Reardon
Every so often, North Korea emerges from its isolated corner in Northeast Asia to threat nuclear Armageddon. Its missiles and technology is found in the hands of many of the world’s pariah nations, contributing to an overall insecurity felt from Jakarta to Berlin, and Washington. How did North Korea become one of the strangest yet most dangerous countries in the world? Is North Korea really dangerous, or is it using threats as a bargaining chip to achieve its national goals.
Republican participant: James Foley, NHGOP Finance Chairman
Democrat participant: Raymond Buckley. President of the Association of State Democratic Chairs
Roundtable discussion recorded at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. As James Fabiano noted, the students in the group were around 7 years old when the war in Afghanistan began and we're still in the same situation. The panel represents different aspects of this very complex issue and where it's headed.
The four panelists of the Afghanistan seminar were Lt. Col Brian Ruhm, Professor Alynna Lyon, Rachel Williams, and James Schmill.
Presenter: Andrew Ian Dodge
Tea Party activist Andrew Ian Dodge just announced his candidacy against Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) in the 2012 primary. Dodge leads the Maine Tea Party Patriots and has been waging a campaign in recent months. At a small press conference at CPAC, he said he feels called to run.