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Samantha Power

Samantha Power on Sergio Vieira de Mello and the screening of the documentary based on her book "Chasing the Flame" at this year's Sundance film festival, on NPR affiliate KUER's Radio West, January 21, 2009. Click HERE to listen.

Samantha Power, “The Enforcer: A Christian lawyer’s global crusade,” The New Yorker, January 19, 2009

Samantha Power, "Rethinking Iran," TIME, January 17, 2008

Samantha Power, "The Envoy," The New Yorker, January 7, 2008

Samantha Power on U.S.-Turkey Relations, The Rachel Maddow Show, Air America, October 22, 2007. Click HERE to listen.

Samantha Power, "The U.S. and Turkey: Honest is the Best Policy," TIME, October 18, 2007

Samantha Power, "The Human-Rights Vacuum," TIME, October 11, 2007

Samantha Power, "Is Humanitarian Intervention Dead?" Slate, September, 29, 2008.

Samantha Power, "Access Denied," TIME, September 26, 2007

Samantha Power, "The Democrats and National Security," The New York Review of Books, August 14, 2008

Samantha Power, "Our War on Terror," The New York Times, July 27, 2007

Samantha Power, "How to stop genocide in Iraq", Los Angeles Times, March 5, 2007.

Samantha Power, "United It Wobbles: Should we blame the U.N. for its shortcomings, or the countries that make up the world body?", Washington Post, January 7, 2007.

Samantha Power, "Quizzing Robert Gates," The New York Times, December 4, 2006.

Samantha Power, "Galbraith Then and Now," with Mr. Alan Brinkley, Mr. E.J. Dionne, Mr. James Kenneth Galbraith, Mr. Peter W. Galbraith, and Mr. Richard Parker, October 16, 2006, JFK Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government. Click HERE to watch.

Samantha Power, "Five Years After 9-11: Understanding a Complex World" with Baroness Kishwer Falkner, Ms. Juliette Kayyem, Dr. Joseph S. Nye Jr., and General Tad Oelstrom, September 11, 2006, JFK Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government. Click HERE to watch.

Samantha Power, "Fixing Foreign Policy," Harvard Magazine, July/August 2006.

Samantha Power, "Darfur: Genocide and Global Intervention," America Abroad Media, May 2006 Click HERE to listen.

Samantha Power gives commencement speech at  Santa Clara University School of Law Commencement, May 20, 2006. 

Samantha Power, "The Void: Why the Movement Needs Help," The New Republic, May 15, 2006. Click HERE to visit The New Republic website. Click HERE to download PDF (184 KB) of article (posted with permission).

Samantha Power, "Darfur Deadline," The Brian Lehrer Show, May 2, 2006. Click HERE to listen.

Samantha Power, "CRASH COURSE: Punishing Evildoers," Washington Post, April 23, 2006.

Samantha Power, "Darfur: Strategies for Intervention," NPR - Talk of the Nation, April 19, 2006. Click HERE to listen.

Samantha Power, On Point: A Question of Intervention, April 18, 2006.  Click HERE to listen.

Samantha Power, "What Will It Take to Stop Genocide in Darfur?" The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum presented a live panel presentation via Webcast and Internet2.  April 17, 2006. Click HERE  to watch.

Samantha Power and Morton Abramowitz, "Democrats: Get loud, get angry!" Los Angeles Times, April 10, 2006.

Samantha Power, "In Depth: A Problem from Hell," Foreign Exchange with Fareed Zakaria, March 3, 2006. To watch the show or read the transcript visit http://foreignexchange.tv/?q=node/1062

Samantha Power's piece "Dying in Darfur" included in The Best American Magazine Writing, Compiled by the American Society of Magazine Editors, Introduction by Nicholas Lemann, (Columbia University Press, December 2005).

Samantha Power, "Mission," The New Yorker, November 25, 2005.

Michael Ignatieff and Samantha Power, “Darfur: How To Respond To Genocide” with Lt. Gen. Romeo Dallaire, Omer Ismail, John Prendergast, October 18, 2004, JFK Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government. Click HERE to watch.

Samantha Power, "Katrina Proves No Clear Division Exists between Foreign, Domestic Policy," Pulitzer Prize-Winner Tells DePauw Crowd," September 16, 2005. 

Samantha Power, "To save the world from hell," Le Monde Diplomatique, September 2005. 

Samantha Power, “Darfur: How can the World Stop the Horror?” with Alex de Waal, Haile Menkerios, John Prendergast, April 4, 2005, JFK Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government. Click HERE to watch.

Samantha Power, "Talk of the Town: Boltonism," The New Yorker, March 21, 2005.

Samantha Power, The 2005 University of Arizona Annual McCormick lecture, “Can American foreign Policy be Fixed?” February 17, 2005.

Samantha Power, "Court of First Resort," The New York Times, February 10, 2005.

Samantha Power, "U.S. Foreign Policy and Human Rights," 2004-05 Lecture, E.N. Thompson Forum Archive, A cooperative project of the Cooper Foundation and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the E.N. Click HERE to listen.

Samantha Power, "A Hero of Our Time," New York Review of Books, Volume 51, Number 18, November 18, 2004.

Samantha Power presented the Distinguished Humanitarian Award to Lt. General  Romeo Dallaire at the International Rescue Committee  Freedom Award Benefit on November 10, 2004.

Samantha Power, "Dangerous Ideas: Business as Usual at the UN," Foreign Policy, September/October 2004.

Samantha Power, "It's Not Enough to Call it Genocide," Time Magazine, September 26, 2004.

Samantha Power and Morton Abramowitz, "A Broken System," The Washington Post, September 13, 2004. (PDF 11KB)

Samantha Power, "U.S. Involvement in Halting Darfur Genocide," by Noah Adams, NPR - Day to Day, September 13, 2004. Click HERE to listen.

Samantha Power, "Dying in Darfur," The New Yorker, 30 August 2004. 

Samantha Power, "Dying in Darfur," The Connection, August 25, 2004. Click HERE to listen.

Samantha Power, "Reporting on Genocide in Sudan's Darfur Region," by Noah Adams, NPR - Day to Day, August 24, 2004. Click HERE to listen.

Samantha Power, "Crisis Continues for Sudan's African Refugees," by Scott Simon, NPR - Weekend Edition, August 7, 2004. Click HERE to listen.

Samantha Power, “United States Foreign Policy,” with Prof. Graham T. Allison Jr., Prof. David R. Gergen, Ms. Elaine Kamarck, Dr. Joseph S. Nye Jr., July 27, 2004, JFK Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government. Click HERE to watch.

Samantha Power and John Prendergast, "Break Through to Darfur: Combine leverage, internationalism and aid to stop the killing in Sudan," Los Angeles Times, 2 June 2004. (PDF 12KB)

Samantha Power, "Predicting Genocide," Guests: Ambassador Michael Ranneberger, Samantha Power, David Scheffer, and Ton Koene, NPR - Talk of the Nation, May 19, 2004. Click HERE to listen.

Samantha Power, "The Lesson of Hannah Arendt," New York Review of Books, 29 April 2004. 

Samantha Power, "Rwanda's Genocide: Looking Back", Committee on International Relations, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington D.C., April 22, 2004.

Samantha Power, "Remember Rwanda, but Take Action in Sudan," The New York Times, 6 April 2004. (PDF 14KB)

Samantha Power, "Author Urges Aid in Sudan," by Melissa Block, NPR - All Things Considered, April 6, 2004. Click HERE to listen.

Samantha Power, "A Problem From Hell: American Foreign Policy in an Age of Terror," April 5, 2004. Click HERE for video of her speech at Yale Global Forum, introduction by Ernesto Zedillo. 

Samantha Power, "Remember the Bloody Frenzy of Rwanda," Los Angeles Times, 4 April 2004. (PDF 14KB)

Michael Ignatieff, “Ghosts of Rwanda” with Greg Barker, Lt. Gen. Romeo Dallaire, Ms. Samantha Power, March 23, 2004, JFK Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government. Click HERE to watch.

Samantha Power, "A Problem from Hell: American Foreign Policy in an Age of Terror," Tilton Hall, Clark University, Sponsored by: Strassler Family Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Clark University Video Archive, March 3, 2004.

Samantha Power, "Panel 3: Particular Identities and Universal Rights," with - Amy Chua, Yale Law School, Samantha Power, Harvard University, Commentators: Lawrence Rosen (Anthropology), Deborah Yashar (Politics), Jeffrey Herbst (Politics), February 14, 2004, Princeton Institute for International and REgional Studies (PIIRS) - State of the World Conference.

Samantha Power, "Iraq & Beyond: A Debate," Mark Danner debates Christopher Hitchens, Samantha Power and David Frum at The New School University, New York, January 30, 2004. Details at http://www.markdanner.com/talking.htm#111802. Click HERE to listen. 

Samantha Power: Remarks at the Prime Minister's Dinner, Stockholm International Forum - Preventing Genocide, January 26, 2004. 

Samantha Power, "'Hegemony or Survival': The Everything Explainer," The New York Times Book Review, 4 January 2004. (PDF 43KB)

Samantha Power, "Unpunishable: How to Try Saddam Hussein," The New Republic, 29 December 2003. (PDF 22KB)

Samantha Power, "War and Never Having to Say You're Sorry," The New York Times, 14 December 2003. (PDF 50KB)

Samantha Power, "Freedom on Fire: Human Rights Wars," with John Shattuck, CEO, JFK Library and Museum, John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, JFK Library and Museum, Main Hall, December 9, 2003.

Samantha Power, "How to Kill a Country," The Atlantic Monthly, December 2003. (PDF 48KB)

Samantha Power (panelist), IIIS Colloquium on Activism & Development, Keynote Speaker: Bono, July 10, 2003, Edmund Burke Theatre, Arts Building Trinity College. Click HERE to download visual and audio for Colloquium.

Samantha Power, "The AIDS Rebel," The New Yorker, 19 May 2003.

Samantha Power, "Force Full," The New Republic, 3 March 2003. (PDF 31KB)

Samantha Power, "Robbing the Dead," New York Times Book Review, 23 February 2003. (PDF 11KB)

Samantha Power, "Unthinkable Crime," Marie Claire, February 2003. 

Samantha Power, Selection of video clips taken from a February, 2003 event in Chicago co-sponsored by Facing History and the Chicago Public Library entitled "A Problem from Hell: A Conversation with Samantha Power."

Samantha Power, "Rwanda: The Two Faces of Justice," The New York Review of Books, 16 January 2003. (PDF 33KB)

Samantha Power, "First Do No Harm," Los Angeles Times Book Review, 6 October 2002. 

Samantha Power, "The ICC Can Serve the U.S.," The Wall Street Journal, 10 July 2002. (PDF 12KB)

Samantha Power, "Raising the Cost of Genocide," Dissent, Spring 2002. (PDF 42KB)

Samantha Power, "Genocide and U.S. Foreign Policy," with Harry Kreisler of the Institute of International Studies at Berkeley, April 29, 2002. Click HERE for a webcast or podcast of this interview.

Samantha Power, "Bystanders to Mass Murder," The Washington Post, 21 April 2002.

Samantha Power, Discussion of her book, 'A Problem From Hell': America and the Age of Genocide, April 14, 2002.

Samantha Power, "Genocide and America," The New York Review of Books, 14 March 2002. (PDF 29KB)

Samantha Power, “Working for Peace in Afghanistan,” with Mr. Peter Bell, The Hon. Charles Dunbar, Mr. Joseph Gerson, The Hon. John Ruggie, February 11, 2002, JFK Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government. Click HERE to watch.

Samantha Power, "Witness to Horrors," Washington Post Book World, 10 February 2002.

Samantha Power, "A Problem from Hell", America and the Age of Genocide (Basic Books, 2002).

Samantha Power, “The War on Terrorism and the Implications for Refugee Protection,” with His Excellency Ruud Lubbers, November 16, 2001, JFK Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government. Click HERE to watch.

Samantha Power and Graham Allison (eds) Realizing Human Rights: Moving from Inspiration to Impact (New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000).

Samantha Power, “AIDS in Africa: The International Response,” with Mr. Keith Hansen, Dr. Jim Yong Kim, Ms. Naomi Nhiwatiwa, Mr. Ochoro Otunnu, Dr. Jeffrey Sachs, November 30, 2000, JFK Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government. Click HERE to watch.

Samantha Power and Michael Ignatieff, “Human Rights Vs. Human Wrongs: How far have we really come?” with Prof. Graham T. Allison Jr., Mr. Kwesi Botchwey, Prof. Juan Mendez, Ms., Dr. Debrework Zewdie, November 13, 2000, JFK Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government.Click HERE to watch.


Sarah Sewall

Sarah Sewall, "America After the Elections: A Strategy of Conservation," Survival  50.5 (October 2008)

Sarah Sewall, interviewed on NPR's "Talk of the Nation", January 10, 2008

Sarah Sewall, "Just how is this drawdown supposed to work, anyway?" Nieman Watchdog, January 4, 2008

Sarah Sewall, interviewed on the "Charlie Rose Show," December 24, 2007, on counterinsurgency in Iraq.

Sarah Sewall, featured in "Scholars and Military Share a Foxhole, Uneasily," New York Times, December 22, 2007

Sarah Sewall interviewed on NPR's On Point, "The Daily Grind in Iraq," December 5, 2007

Sarah Sewall on contracters in Iraq, WGBH Greater Boston with Emily Rooney, October 3, 2007.

Sarah Sewall on FOX Special: American Commander General David Petraeus, September 27, 2007.

Sarah Sewall on the civil-military divide, ABC Radio, National Australia with Philip Adams, September 19, 2007. Click HERE to listen.

Sarah Sewall, "The Petraeus Report on Iraq," with Prof. Graham T. Allison Jr., Prof. Linda Bilmes, Prof. Joseph S. Nye Jr., General Tad Oelstrom, Ms. Sarah Sewall, The Hon. Clay E. Shaw Jr. September 17, 2007 at the JFK Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government. Click HERE to watch. Click HERE for podcast.

Sarah Sewall, "Crafting a New Counterinsurgency Doctrine," Foreign Service Journal, September 2007.

Sarah Sewall on the COIN Field Manual, KERA, Think with Krys Boyd, August 16, 2007. Click HERE to listen.

Sarah Sewall on the COIN Field Manual, Air American Radio, The Rachel Maddow Show, August 6, 2007 (need to pay to download podcast of show) Click HERE to listen.

Sarah Sewall on the COIN Field Manual, NPR's Weekend Edition, July 21, 2007. Click HERE to listen.

Sarah Sewall , "Introduction to the University of Chicago Press edition. A Radical Field Manual." The U.S. Army/Marine Corps Counterinsurgency Field Manual. Ed. United States Army and United States Marine Corps. University of Chicago Press, 2007, xxi-xliii.

Sarah Sewall, "Ethics on the Battlefield," San Francisco Chronicle, July 1, 2007.

Sarah Sewall on the rise of violence in Afghanistan, NPR's Here and Now, June 21, 2007. Click HERE to listen.

Sarah Sewall, "A Heavy Hand in Afghanistan," The Boston Globe, June 15, 2007.

Sarah Sewall, "He Wrote the Book: Can He Follow It?", Washington Post, February 25, 2007.

Sarah Sewall on Friendly Fire, NPR's Talk of the Nation, February 8, 2007. Click HERE to listen.

Sarah Sewall, "Modernizing U.S. Counterinsurgency: Rethinking Risk and Developing a National Strategy," Military Review, Sept/Oct 2006

Sarah Sewall, "Blinded by Haditha," The New York Times, June 13, 2006.

Sarah Sewall Interviewed about Iraq on NPR's Day to Day, June 6, 2006.  Click HERE to listen.

Sarah Sewall Quoted in: "As Iraq War Rages, Army Re-Examines Lessons Of Vietnam," By Greg Jaffe, Wall Street Journal, March 20, 2006.

Sarah Sewall, "Defining Success," The Boston Globe, January 22, 2006.

Review by Sarah Sewall, PARAMETERS, US Army War College Quarterly, Spring 2006, Vol. XXXVI, No. 1, "Running the World: The Inside Story of the National Security Council and the Architects of American Power." By David Rothkopf. New York: Public Affairs, 2005.

Sarah Sewall, "What's the Story Behind 30,000 Iraqi Deaths?" The Washington Post, December 18, 2005.

Sarah Sewall , "The Long War," with Commander John Philip Abizaid, Ms. Sarah Sewall at the John F. Kennedy Forum, November 17, 2006. Click HERE to watch. Click HERE for podcast.

Sarah Sewall, "Losing a Fighter for War's Victims," The Boston Globe, April 25, 2005.

Sarah Sewall, "The Contradiction: Stepping Back, Staying Put," The Washington Post, 20 June 2004. (PDF 10KB)

Sarah Sewall, “Assessing the Military Campaign,” with Prof. Graham T. Allison Jr., General Tad Oelstrom, Mr. John Reppert, Mr. John White, April 2, 2003, JFK Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government. Click HERE to watch.

Sarah Sewall, "An Empty Pledge to Civilians?" The New York Times, 21 March 2003. (PDF 84 KB)

Sarah Sewall, "Minimizing Civilian Casualties in Iraq," The Boston Globe, 18 November, 2002. 

Sarah Sewall, "Confronting the Warlord Culture," The Boston Globe, 6 June 2002. 

Sarah Sewall and Carl Kaysen, "Error by Bush on World Court," The Boston Globe, 13 May 2002.

Sarah Sewall and Carl Kaysen (eds.), The United States and the International Criminal Court: National Security and International Law (Rowman and Littlefield, 2000).

Sarah Sewall, “Genocide in Rwanda: What Could We Have Done?” with Payam Akhavan, Ms. Alison Des Forges, Mr. Philip Gourevitch, Dr. Joseph S. Nye Jr., Mr. Barry Posen, Prof. Cornel Ronald West, October 13, 1998, JFK Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government. Click HERE to watch.




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