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U.S. Department of State
Featuring official videos produced by the U.S. Department of State. Videos include remarks by Secretary Clinton, Daily Press Briefings, special video collections based on foreign policy issues, and candid interivews of U.S. diplomats.
The White House: Washington
This is the official White House channel on YouTube.
Click on the title to go to the video.
American Military and Civil Society Oct.2, 2011
U.S. Army officials spoke about the role of the military in civil society. Among the topics addressed were the end of the military ban on openly homosexual service known as “don’t as, don’t tell,” Army morale, and incidents of prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.
Civilian-Military Divide Nov.11, 2013
Michael Noonan talked about the U.S. News and World Report opinion piece he wrote, "Serving or Servicing the Civil-Military Divide?", and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
Constitution and Protracted Wars Roundtable
Yale Law School Professor Bruce Ackerman, former Army vice chief of staff General Jack Keane, and Brigadier General H. R. McMaster talked about maintaining a constitutional balance in a protracted war
Military Strategy July 29, 2013
Army Chief of Staff General Raymond Odierno talked about military strategy and the impact of budget cuts. He discussed the U.S. relationship with India and the greater Asia-Pacific region, troop preparedness and military pay in light of sequestration, the U.S. military relationship with Egypt, and other topics.
Streaming Videos from Stafford Library
Here's a few of the videos available on politics.
Films on Demand - Political Science
This is a list of streaming videos on political science from Films on Demand.
Charisma in Politics: Analyzing Body Language
This program investigates ways in which facial expressions and nonverbal communication determine political charisma and power.
This program chronicles the life and work of John Locke, the 17th-century English philosopher and political theorist considered by many to be the first notable thinker of the Enlightenment.
Machiavelli : Prince
In this program, the treatise that gave birth to modern political theory is examined in depth, both from a historical perspective and in the context of Machiavelli's own turbulent life. As a diplomat and city official, Machiavelli witnessed firsthand and was eventually caught up in the power struggles and intrigues of 16th-century Florence.
State of the Union: Politics in Red and Blue
This program reported by ABC News' George Stephanopoulos explores the polarizing phenomenon known as "the big sort" and how that detrimental force is reshaping activism, influencing the media, and suppressing bipartisan discourse in Congress.