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Harry Kreisler is executive producer and host of the series, which is produced at the Institute of International Studies at the University of California - Berkeley. Conceived in 1982 by Mr. Kreisler as a way to capture and preserve through conversation and technology the intellectual ferment of our times, Conversations with History includes over 450 interviews.
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In these lively and unedited interviews, distinguished men and women from all over the world talk about their lives and their work. For more information, see the Conversations home page.

  African Voices

  Asian Voices

  China and the World

  The Cold War

  The Conservative Movement


  The Environment: Politics, Policy, and the Global Agenda

  Europe Today: Change and Unification

  Foreign Policy

  Globalization, International Institutions, and the International Economy

  Higher Education: Choices, Goals, and Leadership

  Human Rights

  Images and Perception: Human Values and Visual Interpretation

  The Information Age

  International Law

  International Relations: Theory and Practice

  Journalists and Their Work

  Military Perspectives on National Security

  Moderation and Militancy in Islam

  Movies and the Imagination

  Nobel Laureates

  The Peace Movement and the Nuclear Arms Race

  Peacekeeping, Humanitarian Intervention, and Nation Building

  Politics, Legislation, and the Work of Democracy

  Radical Insight and Political Activism


  The Search for Peace in the Middle East

  Surviving Political Imprisonment


  UC Berkeley Researchers and UC Berkeley Alumni

  Women Role Models for the New Millennium

  The Changing United Nations

  Recalling the Vietnam War



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