SAGE Video: Series - Politics & International Relations
Ed Balls: Trump's America
Ed Balls, British broadcaster and former politician, takes a journey to Texas, Georgia, and Alabama to see first-hand whether Americans have become proud again during the tenure of President Donald Trump.
Ed Balls, British broadcaster and former politician, takes a journey to Louisiana, Texas, and Florida to see first-hand whether Americans have become safer during the tenure of President Donald Trump.
Ed Balls, British broadcaster and former politician, journeys to Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina to see first-hand whether Americans have become wealthier during the tenure of President Donald Trump.
Giants of the Scottish Enlightenment
Professor James Stacey Taylor begins this multi-part series by analyzing the work of Francis Hutcheson. He reflects upon moral sentimentalism and the influence Hutcheson's work would have on the future of Scottish thought.
Professor James Stacey Taylor continues his discussion on the Scottish Enlightenment. This second segment focuses on the work of Adam Smith, highlighting his impact on economic theory and moral sentimentalism.
This third installment of the series focuses on the theories and work of David Hume. Professor James Stacey Taylor provides insight into the life of this influential and humorous academic, whose opinions could polarize even those he emulated.
Speeches have the ability to change thoughts and ideas, and to inspire nations. Six of the most influential speakers of the 20th and 21st century, from Martin Luther King, Jr. to Adolf Hitler, display their political speaking skills.
Speeches have the ability to change thoughts and ideas, and to inspire nations. Five of the most influential speakers of the twentieth century display their political speaking skills.
Speeches have the ability to change thoughts and ideas, and to inspire nations. Five of the most influential speakers of the twentieth century give their most famous speeches.
Speeches have the ability to change thoughts and ideas, and to inspire nations. Highlighted are speeches by Mario Cuomo, Ronald Reagan, Barbara Jordan, Hubert Humphrey, and John F. Kennedy.
Speeches have the ability to change thoughts and ideas, and to inspire nations. From Robert Kennedy to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, four influential speakers of the twentieth century display their political speaking skills.
Great Speeches volume 16 brings to life a half-dozen classic oratory performances spanning a period of 50 years in United States history. The recordings cover racial and gender equality, politics, and terrorism.
International Political Science Review
Professor Nick Startin analyzes euroscepticism in the United Kingdom. He reviews historical, geographical, economic, and media influences that ultimately gave the rise to movement.
Professor Emmanuelle Reungoat outlines the rise of the extreme right-wing National Front party in France. Her analysis shows that the nationalist party owes its sustainability largely due to its active participation in an organization it opposes, the European Union.
Professor Asimina Michailidou discusses her study on euroscepticism in the media. She analyzes broadcast and online media sources, revealing their discourses about the EU.
Professor Nathalie Brack analyzes the roles of Nationalist Party members within the European Parliament. Though they oppose the EU, their activities may actually serve to benefit the body.
Dr. Lilliana Mason uses the example of the Robbers Cave experiment to show how social group identification affects political behavior. Strong attachment to a particular group can alter one's perception of reality, making victory far more important than the greater good.
Schools of Thought in Classical Liberalism
Professor Nigel Ashford begins his discussion of Classical Liberalism. In this segment he introduces the ideas of intellectual humility and asks why a government should have limitations.
In his second chapter on liberalism, Professor Nigel Ashford discusses the Chicago School. The focal point of his analysis is the work of economist Milton Friedman
Professor Nigel Ashford discusses government development and political theory. In this segment, he explains how and why government becomes "big" government.
In the fourth chapter of this seven-part series on liberalism, Professor Nigel Ashford discusses the Austrian School. In his analysis he discusses the differences between Hayek and Mises within their shared school of thought.
In part 5 of this 7-part series, Professor Nigel Ashford discusses the concept of natural rights. At the center of this discussion is the work of Ayn Rand and Robert Nozick.
Professor Nigel Ashford reviews varying styles of anarcho-capitalism. He explains how this line of thought approaches efficiency, the use of force, and alternatives to the state.
Professor Nigel Ashford completes his video series on classical liberalism by asking a series of questions. After covering a wide spectrum of political thought, he asks viewers to form their own opinions about the purpose of government in the lives of its people.
Robert Peston travels throughout China to analyze the urban renewal that he says is debt-fueled growth. The stimulus program that China implemented after the 2008 financial crisis was investment, but investment on a scale that had never been seen before. The over-lending could mean a serious market crash if the Chinese leadership does not find a solution to the problems.
Vote for Me: Politics in America
Drawing on the expertise of politicians and political operatives, this documentary explores the ins and outs of American democracy. Experienced hands explain everything that goes into making a successful campaign, from door-to-door canvassing to fundraising and more.
This examination of American democracy travels from county parades to Chicago churches and from New England town hall meetings to the halls of the Texas legislature. Local politicians, lobbyists, political participants, and pundits provide inside into how power flows both inside and outside of the halls of power.
Americans have a love-hate relationship with politics. This documentary follows aspiring politicians and campaign volunteers in an examination of how democracy works and why it elicits such strong emotions.
In American democracy, voters have a soft spot for outsiders but still expect them to have the political savvy of seasoned politicians. This documentary follows the campaign of Maggie Lauterer, a local TV celebrity, as she runs for Congress in her home state of North Carolina. Will her campaign staff be able to help her develop the political skills to win against an aggressive incumbent?