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British historian Daniel Collings joins Reaganism to discuss President Reagan and Prime Minister Thatcher’s relationship, their 1981 dinner at the British Embassy in DC, the Falklands and Grenada conflicts, and portrayals of Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady and The Crown.
Gov. Scott Walker, President of the Young America’s Foundation and former Governor of Wisconsin, joins Reaganism to discuss Ronald Reagan’s optimism, free speech on college campuses, patriotic education, the Constitution, Wisconsin politics, and the 2022 Beijing Olympics.
Former Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence Kari Bingen and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Stepehan Kitay join Reaganism to discuss what the US Space Force is, will do, and how it came to be.
Entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and Reagan Foundation Trustee Joe Lonsdale joins Reaganism to discuss his political philosophy and mentors, technological competition with China, the need for innovation in the defense sector, and the political Right’s conflict with “big tech.”
This episode features a Ronald Reagan Institute and the Hoover Institution sponsored discussion celebrating President Reagan’s 1987 Berlin Wall speech, in which he famously called for Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev to “tear down this wall.” The panel conversation will reflect on the speech 34 years later and discuss its continuing relevance to the challenges we face today. The discussion will feature the author of the speech, Peter Robinson, as well as Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, former National Security Advisor, Dr. Will Inboden, Director of the Clements Center for National Security, and Jamie Fly, President and CEO of Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty.
The week features serial Reaganism guest Matt Continetti, a scholar of American conservativism at the American Enterprise Institute. Matt discusses what a “workers party” GOP might look like and President Biden’s overreach in the first year of his administration.
This week's episode features a recording of a Reagan Institute event titled “National Security & U.S. Manufacturing: How Can America Compete in the 21st Century?” which took place on May 20, 2021. The participants discuss the findings and national security implications of the McKinsey Global Institute’s recently-released report, “Building a More Competitive U.S. Manufacturing Sector.”
The discussion features:
-Eric Chewning, a partner at Mckinsey & Co and former chief of staff of the Secretary of Defense
-Dr. Katy George, Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company
-Marillyn Hewson, former Chairman, President, and CEO of Lockheed Martin Corporation
-Dan Bryant, Senior Vice President of Global Public Policy and Government Affairs at Walmart Inc.
The Mckinsey report is available here: https://www.mckinsey.com/featured-insights/americas/building-a-more-competitive-us-manufacturing-sector
Zack Cooper from the American Enterprise Institute and Hal Brands from Johns Hopkins and the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessment join Reaganism to discuss what's driving the US-China rivalry, what America is trying to achieve in the competition, and a potential boycott of the 2020 Beijing Olympics.
Former US Navy flight officer Dr. Jerry Hendrix joins Reaganism to discuss his recent book, Reagan’s work to build up the Navy, and why we need to reinvest in our fleets today.
Dr. Hendrix’s book: https://www.amazon.com/Provide-Maintain-Navy-Americas-Strategy/dp/0960039198
Wall Street Journal columnist Walter Russell Mead joins Reaganism to discuss how the modern Republican Party came into being, the different ways Americans approach foreign policy, and how the Biden administration sees the world.
Walter's Column: https://www.wsj.com/news/author/walter-russell-mead
Special Providence: https://www.amazon.com/Special-Providence-American-Foreign-Changed/dp/0415935369
Wilsonian Foreign Affairs article: https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/united-states/2020-12-08/end-wilsonian-era