Here are upcoming Think shows:June 3, 2020
A Vice-President’s Dream (Or Nightmare)
Jared Cohen, adjunct senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, joins us to talk about the vice-presidents who rose to the occasion when the president they served under died – and the ones who didn’t.
June 3, 2020
Here Is What We Can Do About Anti-Semitism
Bari Weiss, staff writer and editor for the opinion section of The New York Times, joins us to talk about her take on identifying virulent hate and what she says we must do to fight back.
June 4, 2020
When The Buzz From Buying Stuff Is Gone
Anne Helen Petersen, senior culture writer for BuzzFeed News, joins us to talk about a history of American messaging that has always promoted “buy, buy, buy” to buoy the economy, and why that isn’t working now.
June 4, 2020
Britain’s Long Road To Irrelevance
David Reynolds, professor of international history at Christ’s College, Cambridge and fellow of the British Academy, joins us to talk about Brexit in this historical context.
June 5, 2020
When Alexandra Petri Says ‘Everything Is Fine,’ She’s Being Sarcastic
Washington Post humorist and columnist Alexandra Petri joins us to add her brand of humor to the discord and irony to our current events.