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The Battle Ahead: Climate Change After Copenhagen
OSI-New York
January 19, 2010
 AUDIO
Open Society Fellow Mark Hertsgaard and OSI's Nancy Youman share their eyewitness observations of the December 2009 climate change summit and assess its failure to establish ambitious goals for reducing carbon emissions.

The Interrogator's Dilemma: Abuse, Accountability, and the Myth of the "Ticking Time Bomb"
December 7, 2009
 AUDIO
Open Society Fellow Matthew Alexander discusses shifts in U.S. policy on the interrogation of terrorism suspects and the importance of seeking accountability for the torture of detainees.
Kazakhstan: Problems with Rule of Law and Basic Freedoms Ahead of the OSCE Chairmanship
New York City
November 20, 2009
 AUDIO
Speakers at this Open Society Institute event discuss the trials of Yevgeniy Zhovtis and Ramazan Yesergepov, and the policy implications for Western governments as Kazakhstan approaches its year at the helm of the OSCE.
Security Jam Session
The Cost of Conscience: The Hidden Challenges of Dissent in the Workplace
Stoop Stories
Is America Really Post-Racial? A Screening of "New Muslim Cool"
Is Justice Possible in a Race Biased Society?
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Rural Organizing in a Divided Land
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