The International Power Hour is an international affairs program from Indiana University Southeast’s Horizon Radio. The show is co-hosted by professors of political science and international studies, Drs. Jean Abshire and Cliff Staten. Listen each week for an informative discussion about timely issues of global importance.
Bonus Material: Building homes - and a coffee shop and friendships
Bonus content from our conversation with Katherine Clark and Wayland Dietrich last week. Hear more about how building homes also builds relationships and impacts lives, in this special bonus episode!
Our World at Home: Building homes in Central America
This week, we welcome guests Katherine Clark and Wayland Dietrich to talk about an organization that builds homes for people in Central America. Join us to hear how this couple from Southern Indiana are helping make a global impact, and more!
The Basics and Benefits of Global Trade
We welcome guests Dr. J. Alse from the Department of Economics at IU Southeast, and Ken Stammerman who is a retired foreign service officer and expert on Middle Eastern affairs, to discuss the basics and benefits of global trade. Join us for this special episode, which is a dual production with the IUS Global Civic […]
Our World at Home: Grannies Respond
We welcome guest Sharon Kutz-Mellem to discuss the Louisville chapter of the organization Grannies Respond (Abuelas Responden). See how international issues affect us here at home, what we can do to help in our own community, and more!
International News Forum: No Corona!
Hosts Dr. Jean Abshire and Dr. Cliff Staten discuss what’s going on in the world besides social distancing. Discussion includes the North Korean missile tests, the low cost of oil, Afghanistan, the US & Venezuela, and more! (Image by Pixabay user Activedia, used under the Pixabay license)
The Haitian and Chilean Earthquakes - Ten Years Later
We welcome guest Dr. Dauer, professor of History here at IU Southeast, to talk with us about the ten year anniversary of earthquakes in Chile and Haiti. Join us for this special episode, which is a dual production with the IUS Global Civic Literacy Initiative and co-sponsored by the American Democracy Project and World 101 […]