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On this episode of Reaganism, we are joined by Representative Elaine Luria who is a second-term Democratic Congresswoman representing Virginia's 2nd District. In Congress, she serves as Vice Chair of the House Armed Services Committee.
Roger and Representative Luria discuss her twenty-year service in the U.S. Navy, achieving the rank of Commander, and service in both Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. The two also discussed deterring China, building a 600 ship Navy, and bipartisanship in congress.
On this episode of Reaganism, we are joined by Marc Short. Marc Short most recently served in the Trump Administration as the Chief of Staff to Vice President Mike Pence, Assistant to the President and Director of Legislative Affairs. Earlier in his career, he served as Director of the Reagan Ranch for the Young America’s Foundation.
In addition to discussing Marc’s duties working for Vice President Mike Pence, including working on the COVID-19 Task Force and Operation Warp Speed, the two also examine Biden’s performance as President and its impact on recent and upcoming elections.
On this episode of Reaganism, we are joined by Jamie Fly. Jamie Fly is the current President and CEO of Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty with a background in foreign policy serving as a former advisor to Senator Marco Rubio.
Roger and Jamie discussed the work of Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty and its approach to journalism. Jamie presents the importance of combatting disinformation and the necessity for reliable news sources given the severity of recent events in Afghanistan, Russia, and Eastern Europe.
On this episode of Reaganism, we are joined by guest host Rachel Hoff, Director of the Center for Freedom and Democracy and Audrey Tang, the Digital Minister of Taiwan since 2016.
Rachel and Audrey discussed how civically minded computer programmers in Taiwan, in partnership with the Taiwanese government, are working to strengthen their democracy and improve their governance using the internet and digital tools. They also discussed how Taiwanese social media fosters consensus rather than polarization and how Taiwan is fighting misinformation and election interference.
On this episode of Reaganism, Roger is joined by Michael Allen, the Managing Director of Beacon Global Strategies. He previously served as Majority Staff Director of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence as well as on the National Security Council during the George W. Bush administration. Roger and Michael discuss his career in national security, the role of the intelligence community in Afghanistan, and the future of cybersecurity.
On this episode of Reaganism, the Ronald Reagan Institute hosted two defense experts to discuss Elbridge A. Colby’s new book, “The Strategy of Denial: American Defense in an Age of Great Power Conflict.” Elbridge A. Colby was joined by Congressman Mike Gallagher who represents Wisconsin’s 8th District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Colby and Congressman Gallagher discuss the pressing issues addressed in his book such as the evolving global threat environment, the challenge of a rising China, and recommendations for strengthening American national security through “deterrence by denial.”
This week on Reaganism, we're joined by guest host Rachel Hoff, who leads the Reagan Institute's Center for Freedom and Democracy. Our guest this week is Ellen Bork, who has worked for decades in the field of democracy and human rights. She is a member of the Board of Directors for the International Campaign for Tibet and for the Free Russia Foundation. Ellen served in the Reagan Administration at the State Department during the 1980s and on the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations in the 1990s. Ellen is currently a contributing editor at American Purpose, where she writes about American foreign policy with a focus on Asia.
On this episode of Reaganism, Roger is joined by Member of Parliament Tom Tugendhat. A member of the Conservative Party, he has served as the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the British Parliament since 2017. He has been the Member of Parliament for Tonbridge and Malling since 2015. He previously served with the British Army Reserves in both the War in Iraq and War in Afghanistan and as a journalist with Bloomberg News.
Roger and MP Tugendhat discuss the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and the British response to it as well as the China threat.
On this episode of Reaganism, Roger is joined by Brad Bowman. Brad Bowman serves as Senior Director of the Center on Military and Political Power at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Bowman formerly served as a National Security Advisor for the Senate Armed Services and Foreign Relations Committees, as well as an active-duty U.S. Army officer, and Assistant Professor at West Point.
Roger and Brad discuss the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 by looking back on the event that reshaped American national security, current U.S. policy on Afghanistan, and the future of defense.
On this episode of Reaganism, Roger is joined by the current Governor of Arkansas, Asa Hutchinson. Roger and Governor Hutchinson discuss his appointment by President Reagan as US Attorney for the western district of Arkansas, his time as a United States Congressman, and his other policy positions. Governor Hutchisnon shares his thoughts on immigration, the ongoing COVID pandemic in the state of Arkansas and the recent withdrawal from Afghanistan.
On this episode of Reaganism, Institute Director Roger Zakheim is joined by Dr. Lanhee Chen, a David and Diane Steffy Fellow in American Public Policy Studies at the Hoover Institution and Director of Domestic Policy Studies and Lecturer in the Public Policy Program at Stanford University. Lanhee discusses his background as a policy advisor, his candidacy for California state controller, and current policy issues such as healthcare and infrastructure.