Mo Elleithee

Executive director, Georgetown University's Institute of Politics and Public Service

Executive director of Georgetown University's Institute of Politics and Public Service

Mo Elleithee on KCRW

Panelists discuss Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and how to recover from COVID.

Russia has invaded Ukraine. What can Biden and NATO do to fend Putin off?

Panelists discuss Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and how to recover from COVID.

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Panelists discuss Canada’s trucker protests, the rift among Republicans, and Bernie Sanders’ solution to solve the Ukraine crisis.

What Canada’s trucker protests say about free speech, vax authoritarianism

Panelists discuss Canada’s trucker protests, the rift among Republicans, and Bernie Sanders’ solution to solve the Ukraine crisis.

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Panelists discuss Russia and China’s alliance, mask mandates, and Biden’s potential Supreme Court pick.

Russia and China declare a new world order. Should US worry?

Panelists discuss Russia and China’s alliance, mask mandates, and Biden’s potential Supreme Court pick.

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