This week’s conversation is with Okey Enyia from Health and Human Services. He touches on the topics of undocumented workers and is adamant about raising awareness for voting, especially with the upcoming midterms. He sees the midterms as a test of messaging and strategy for the upcoming elections in 2020.
This week you can hear from an expert on Russia and his thoughts on Putin and the relationship between the U.S. and Russia. Speaker, Consultant, Writer | International Relations, Foreign Policy, Defense Strategy | Russia, Europe, Asia, Stephen Blank, Ph.D., speaks with me as he points out causes for Putin’s insecurity. He also suggests that Putin doesn’t have an end game.
This week’s interviewee works in the U.S. State Department? Several leadership aspects are discussed with Ahmed Hamid Al-Zubaidi . He speaks on issues dealing with world affairs, touching on security (which many leaders face due to cyberwars). He also explains how the world organizations may be too small to handle certain issues.
The economy is one of the top concerns of Americans and the world right now. This week I interview the Executive Director of the World Bank, Otaviano Canuto. He emphasizes not only this retrenchment as being an expanding problem for the world economy but emphasizes another dramatic change that will increase pressure on the economies of the world’s countries. Mr. Canuto stresses the need for a unified effort on the part of nations to stem the tide before the world’s economies decline
This week we speak with a gentleman who has experience commanding a squadron, an operations group, an ROTC Region, a school and college--deploying in support of almost every conflict and humanitarian effort since the 1991 Gulf War. He has also worked in the Pentagon, on the Joint Staff in Strategic Plans. He is J. William "Bill" DeMarco and we discuss leaders who worked for the greater good.