Through daily briefings and podcasts, Libertas's regular bloggers offer analysis that goes beyond the headlines on the screen and in print. Whether it's a much-needed perspective on the Bush Administration, an inside story on developments in Iraq, a different look at an area of the world such as Latin America, or a new way of seeing a photograph or film, we hope to inform, enlighten, and provoke.

 

Enduring America
Enduring America, presented by  Professor Scott Lucas), features blogs and podcasts analysing developments in the United States, particularly the latest issues and trends in US foreign policy.
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The Backyard
The Backyard  provides weekly commentary on events in inter-American relations and U.S. foreign policy in the Western Hemisphere. The Backyard also gives a longer in-depth commentary each month.
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CanBlog
Can Blog will feature the takes of Canuckistan on Canadian-American relations and other issues connected to Canadian foreign policy. Can Blog will also comment on intelligence issues, particularly as they pertain to the 'war on terror'.
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Freedom's Untidy: Understanding Modern America
Offering weekly analysis on a range of issues affecting America, 'Freedom's Untidy' will seek to engage with and answer a number of the key questions and contradictions apparent in the modern US of A. Namely, can "we" win the War on Terror? Where is US foreign policy going to? Is Dick Cheney evil or merely over-enthusiastic? And, who'd win a fight between Rudy G and Hillary C?
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Wandren PD
Wandren PD: the blog for alternative approaches to international communication and foreign policy. t draws on the influence of new technology in the search for new possibilities and ways to reuse old ideas. It is a testing ground for new possibilities
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Guest Blog
Featuring a stellar line-up of contributors who will drop by to offer the unexpected (but much-needed) comment and insight on US politics, culture, and international affairs......
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The views and opinions expressed here represent those of the the individual authors and do not in any way reflect those of the University of Birmingham, its institutions and organizations that the authors are involved with.