The Hamiltonian Podcast is the official podcast of the Alexander Hamilton Society. We seek to explore various perspectives from top experts, journalists, practitioners, politicians, and academics on the top foreign policy issues facing America today.
China's Demographic Crisis with Nicholas Eberstadt
Nicholas Eberstadt, Wendt chair in political economy at the American Enterprise Institute, joins us to discuss China's collapsing birth and marriage rates and what implications this has for the U.S.-China competition
Crash Landing with Liz Hoffman
We are joined by Liz Hoffman, business and finance editor at Semafor, to discuss her recent book, Crash Landing: The Inside Story of How the World's Biggest Companies Survived an Economy on the Brink, and how some of America's largest corporations navigated the economic uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. This episode is adapted from a recent AHS virtual book talk.
Chip War with Chris Miller
We are joined by Chris Miller, associate professor of international history at Tufts University, to discuss his new book, Chip War: The Fight for the World's Most Critical Technology, and the geopolitical history of computer chips. This episode is adapted from a recent AHS virtual book talk.
Hand-Off with Peter Feaver
Peter Feaver, professor of political science and public policy at Duke University, joins us to discuss Hand-Off: The Foreign Policy George W. Bush Passed to Barack Obama, a collection of declassified transition memoranda from 2008, as well as contemporary essays and commentary, that discuss the state of American foreign policy at the end of the Bush administration. This episode is adapted from a recent AHS virtual book talk.
Democracy and Human Rights Promotion with Nicole Bibbins Sedaca
We are joined by Nicole Bibbins Sedaca, Executive Vice President of Freedom House, to discuss the state of democracy in the world today as well as the role of human rights and democracy promotion in American foreign policy.
Mao's Army Goes to Sea with Toshi Yoshihara
We are joined by Dr. Toshi Yoshihara, senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, to discuss his recent book, Mao's Army Goes to Sea: The Island Campaigns and the Founding of China's Navy, the importance of the history of the People's Liberation Army Navy and its implications for future strategy and competition with China.
Good for having Robert Lieber on the podcast. Very smart mind.
Another great project by the Hamilton Society
Solid production quality and good, intellectually probing questions. Look forward to hearing more.