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  • Spy On Me, I'd Rather Be Safe | ASU in Washington D.C.
    International Leadership Melikian Center Language Training Center National Affiliations National Capital Chapter ASU Alumni Association National Policy Affairs New America Partnership University Innovation Alliance What It Means To Be American Education Opportunities Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership ASU Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Spy On Me I d Rather Be Safe On November 20 2013 The McCain Institute for International Leadership and Intelligence Squared U S Debates presented a debate entitled Spy On Me I d Rather Be Safe Featuring John Donvan ABC News Correspondent Stewart Baker First Assistant Secretary for Policy Department of Homeland Security Richard Falkenrath Principal The Chertoff Group and Former Deputy Homeland Security Advisor David Cole Professor of Law Georgetown University Law Center Michael German Senior Policy Counsel ACLU

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/spy-on-me-id-rather-be-safe (2016-04-29)
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  • Space Exploration: How and Why | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Affairs New America Partnership University Innovation Alliance What It Means To Be American Education Opportunities Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership ASU Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Space Exploration How and Why The American adventure in space is at a crossroads During a generation of unprecedented exploration we sent humans to the moon peered into deepest space to understand the dawn of the Universe discovered new planets orbiting other stars and sought abodes for life in our Solar System But now the shuttering of the Space Shuttle program the cost growth of space missions and the squeeze on federal spending place NASA in peril What do these developments mean for our future in the final frontier and our own home Will the US continue

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/space-exploration-how-and-why (2016-04-29)
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  • Technology and the Future of America's Waistlines | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Technology and the Future of America s Waistlines In the face of high rates of obesity technologies have been developed to encourage exercise monitor eating habits and help people manage their weight Personal data tracking tools have empowered people to know more about their bodies and lifestyles than ever before and advances in biological sciences could expand still further At the same time many of us spend our days sitting in cars and at computers Our communities aren t designed for walking and our junk food is engineered to be addictive How will advances in science and technology shape the future of America s waistline Will we ever have a magic pill for weight loss and are gadgets and apps enough to help us until then Featuring Alexandra Brewis Slade Director of Operations Arizona State University Mayo Obesity Solutions Director School of Human Evolution and Social Change College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Arizona State University Alexandra Brewis Slade Director of Operations Arizona State University Mayo Obesity Solutions Director School of Human Evolution and Social Change College of Liberal Arts

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/technology-and-the-future-of-americas-waistlines (2016-04-29)
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  • Africans Dial Up Innovation: A New Paradigm for Development of the Sub-Saharan | ASU in Washington D.C.
    McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Africans Dial Up Innovation A New Paradigm for Development of the Sub Saharan The people of the Sub Saharan region are participating in an historic shift in the ways they relate to science and technology From Accra to Nairobi from Lusaka to Bamako Africans have gone from concentrating almost wholly on absorbing new technologies created by distant innovators to energetically and optimistically creating some of their own technologies developed to an unprecedented degree by home grown African innovators The shift from absorption to home grown innovation is happening across a range of areas from agriculture and health care to media communications and commerce This historic shift profoundly alters the terms of development assistance to the sub Saharan and yet few donors multinational corporations and multi lateral agencies are prepared to address the new African reality Along with sketching out the extent and character of the techno scientific shifts in this much misunderstood region ASU professor Gregg P Zachary will

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/africans-dial-up-innovation-a-new-paradigm-for-development-of-the-sub-saharan (2016-04-29)
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  • Women, Terrorism and Counter-terrorism | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Association National Policy Affairs New America Partnership University Innovation Alliance What It Means To Be American Education Opportunities Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership ASU Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Women Terrorism and Counter terrorism On November 4 2013 the McCain Institute for International Leadership co hosted the panel Women Terrorism and Counterterrorism Deconstructing Myths Discussing Realities with the Georgetown Institute for Women Peace and Security at Georgetown University Featuring Mia Bloom Professor of Security Studies University of Massachusetts Lowell Author Bombshell Women and Terrorism Bruce Hoffman Director of the Center for Security Studies Director of the Security Studies Program Georgetown University Jayne Huckerby Director Duke University International Human Rights Clinic Author Gender National Security and Counter Terrorism Human Rights Perspectives Jane Holl Lute

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  • The Great Texas Wind Rush | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos The Great Texas Wind Rush In their new book The Great Texas Wind Rush reporters Kate Galbraith and Asher Price tell the fascinating story behind Texas unlikely wind energy boom In the late 1990s the small towns of Texas were being decimated by the oil crisis and few would have thought alternative energies might be the solution But in a state known for bristling at environmental regulation entrepreneurs politicians and environmentalists from T Boone Pickens to George W Bush saw the potential and began to embrace wind farming By 2012 Texas was generating about 9 percent of its electricity from wind and some of those same towns are now thriving in the shadow of 300 foot tall turbines What

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  • Obama Administration and the Press | ASU in Washington D.C.
    American Education Opportunities Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership ASU Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Obama Administration and the Press The above video link takes you to http www c span org video 315701 1 obama administration press Panelists talked about a report by the Committee to Project Journalists which investigates press freedom conditions during the Obama administration The report argues that the Obama administration has a low level of openness and that government officials are increasingly more afraid to talk to the press Speakers included Leonard Downie co author of the report an Arizona State University journalism professor and former Washington Post executive editor Other speakers included Joel Simon the executive director of Committee to Project Journalists and Rajiv Chandrasekaran senior correspondent for

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/obama-administration-and-the-press (2016-04-29)
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  • Do Renewable Energy Innovations Mean a Death Spiral for Electric Utilities? | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership ASU Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Do Renewable Energy Innovations Mean a Death Spiral for Electric Utilities Renewable energy options led by rooftop solar have recently transitioned from a luxury good available to few customers to increasingly cost effective and mainstream sources of electric supply within the reach of many Technological policy and business innovations together with favorable public attitudes toward renewable decentralized energy generation are contributing to fundamental transitions in energy markets and leading to widespread concerns and predictions of an imminent death spiral for utilities Are these concerns valid This talk presents a new conceptual framework that exposes current risks and opportunities while leading to practical strategies for utilities consumers policy makers and entrepreneurs as they

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