Ted Turner’s Best Investment

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The founder of CNN and Turner Broadcasting as well as the former owner of the Atlanta Braves and the Atlanta Hawks, Ted Turner is one of America’s wealthiest individuals. At age 75, he is worth over $2 billion and is one of the largest landowners in the country. But Turner believes his best investment came […]

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Monica Gray Interviews Ian Bremmer: President of the Eurasia Group

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In this interview, Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group, sits down with Diplomatic Courier Video Correspondent Monica Gray to discuss a range of policy issues including the global implications of the government shutdown, the administrations missteps in Syria and the big problem with world leaders today.

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On Gay Marriage and Gay Friends

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Did you know that the growth of support for same-sex marriage over the past ten years represents one the largest changes in public opinion on any policy issue over this time period? Back in 2003 more than half (58%) of Americans opposed gay marriage, whereas today less than half (44%) oppose it.

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Dedicated to the DREAMers

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“Remember that this is not just a debate about policy. It’s about people. It’s about men and women and young people who want nothing more than the chance to earn their way into the American story.” These were the words of President Obama on January 29, 2013 as he called for comprehensive immigration reform.

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Using Social Media for Social Good

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By harnessing social media, “our ambassadors are able to be more effective diplomats,” says Victoria Esser, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Digital Strategy at the U.S. State Department. I had the opportunity to sit down with Mrs. Esser at the Social Good Summit in NYC, a three-day conference where global leaders and technological innovators come together […]

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A Game-Changing Spy & the Fourth of July

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To the man who brought down the most damaging spy in US history, the Fourth of July is about more than cold beer, fireworks and hotdogs – it’s also about remembering the reason for the season: our freedom.

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