Events @ RAND Podcast Series

RAND events offer new insights and evidence-based perspectives on top policy concerns.

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Episodes

  • Strengthening Police-Community Trust

    May 6, 2015

    In this Events @ RAND podcast, Pittsburgh Chief of Police Cameron McLay joins Councilman R. Daniel Lavelle and RAND's director of Safety and Justice, Brian Jackson, for a conversation about why building and maintaining trust between police and the public is critical for the health of American democracy.

  • How Accurate Is TV's Portrayal of Terrorism?

    May 6, 2015

    Acclaimed television writer, producer, and author Howard Gordon joins 30-year CIA veteran and RAND senior policy analyst Andrew Liepman for a discussion about the allure of terrorism as a subject for entertainment in this Events @ RAND podcast.

  • Is Bipartisan National Security Policy Possible in Today's Political Environment?

    Apr 21, 2015

    Should the United States make a nuclear deal with Iran? What threat do cyber attacks pose to our nation? Should there be intelligence reform? In this Events @ RAND podcast, Mike Rogers speaks to these and other timely national security issues.

  • Sleep's Role in Society and Policy

    Mar 10, 2015

    In this podcast, learn about current RAND research on sleep and the social environment and why it should factor into such policy decisions as setting school start times, scheduling workers' shifts, and ensuring the health and readiness of U.S. military personnel and their families.

  • Lessons from 13 Years of War

    Dec 10, 2014

    In this podcast, Linda Robinson discusses how U.S. conventional and special operations forces have worked closely together during the past 13 years and how special operations forces could be used in current conflicts in Iraq and Syria.

  • The Challenges for Democracies Facing Asymmetric Conflicts

    Dec 4, 2014

    In this podcast, Admiral Amichay Ayalon and Brian Michael Jenkins discuss lessons learned in using military force in response to terrorism, and their legal, ethical, and moral implications.

  • Self-Driving Vehicles

    Oct 28, 2014

    At this October 2014 event at RAND, information scientist Nidhi Kalra discusses the social, environmental, and policy implications of driverless cars.

  • Helping American Veterans and Their Caregivers

    Sep 23, 2014

    In this podcast, Terri Tanielian offers policy recommendations designed to improve the lives of veterans, their caregivers, and their families.

  • Distinguished Speaker Series: Simon Sinek

    Jul 23, 2014

    In this podcast, ethnographer and best-selling author Simon Sinek discusses the dynamics of leadership and teamwork.

  • A Conversation with Marco Villa, Adviser to the Hyperloop Next-Generation Transportation System

    Jun 24, 2014

    In this June 2014 Distinguished Speakers Series event, Marco Villa, adviser to the Hyperloop next-generation transportation system, joins Bill Welser, research department director of RAND's Engineering and Applied Sciences Department, for a conversation on the Hyperloop next-generation transportation system.

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