Samantha Power

Samantha Power Bibliography:


Video:
     Carr Center 10th Anniversary Forum Event: Why Human Rights Matter: Human Rights as Public Service, JFK Jr. Forum, Harvard Kennedy School;  October 24, 2009.
     Chasing the Flame: Sergio Vieira de Mello and the Fight to Save the World, JFK Library and Museum (WGBH Video);  March 25, 2008.
     IOP Forum, "Galbraith Then and Now", JFK Jr. Forum, HKS;  October 15, 2006.
     IOP Forum, "Five Years After 9-11: Understanding a Complex World", JFK Jr. Forum, HKS;  September 10, 2006.
     Darfur: How can the World Stop the Horror?, JFK Jr. Forum, HKS;  April 4, 2005.
     U.S. Foreign Policy and Human Rights, E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues, Uiversity of Nebraska-Lincoln;  March 25, 2005.
     Can American Foreign Policy be Fixed?, University of Arizona, J. E. rogers College of Law;  February 17, 2005.
     Darfur: How To Respond To Genocide, JFK Jr. Forum, HKS;  October 17, 2004.
     United States Foreign Policy, JFK Jr. Forum, HKS;  July 27, 2004.
     A Problem from Hell: American Foreign Policy in an Age of Terror, Yale Global Forum, Yale University;  April 5, 2004.
     Ghosts of Rwanda, JFK Jr. Forum, HKS;  March 22, 2004.
     A Problem from Hell: American Foreign Policy in an Age of Terror, Tilton Hall, Clark University;  March 3, 2004.
     Panel 3: Particular Identities and Universal Rights, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) - State of the World Conference;  February 14, 2004.
     Freedom on Fire: Human Rights Wars, JFK Library and Museum (WGBH Video);  December 9, 2003.
     IOP Forum, "Working for Peace in Afghanistan", JFK Jr. Forum, HKS;  February 10, 2002.
     IOP Forum, "The War on Terrorism and the Implications for Refugee Protection", JFK Jr. Forum, HKS;  November 15, 2001.
     IOP Forum, "AIDS in Africa: The International Response", JFK Jr. Forum, HKS;  November 29, 2000.
     IOP Forum, "Human Rights Vs. Human Wrongs: How far have we really come?", JFK Jr. Forum, HKS;  November 12, 2000.

Speeches/Lectures:
     Why Can't We?,” University of Santa Clara Law School, Commencement Address;  May 20, 2006.
     Commencement Speech,” Santa Clara University School of Law Commencement;  May 20, 2006.
     Distinguished Humanitarian Award to Lt. General Romeo Dallaire,” International Rescue Committee Freedom Award Benefit;  November 10, 2004.
     Fulfilling a Responsibility to Protect: What Will It Take To End the 'Age of Genocide'?,” United States Holocaust Museum, Speaker Series, Keynote Address;  May 4, 2004.
     Rwanda's Genocide: Looking Back,” Committee on International Relations, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington D.C;  April 22, 2004.
     Remarks at the Prime Minister's Dinner,” Stockholm International Forum - Preventing Genocide;  January 26, 2004.

Reviews:
     The Democrats & National Security,” The New York Review of Books;  August 14, 2008.
     United It Wobbles: Should we blame the U.N. for its shortcomings, or the countries that make up the world body?,” The Washington Post;  February 7, 2007.
     'Hegemony or Survival': The Everything Explainer,” The New York Times Book Review;  January 4, 2004.
     Robbing the Dead,” The New York Times Book Review;  February 23, 2003.

Opinion-Editorial Pieces:
     How to stop genocide in Iraq,” Los Angeles Times,;  March 5, 2007.
     Quizzing Robert Gates,” The New York Times;  December 4, 2006.
     Democrats: Get loud, get angry!,” The Los Angeles Times;  April 10, 2006.
     Talk of the Town: Boltonism,” The New Yorker;  March 21, 2005.
     Court of First Resort,” The New York Times;  February 10, 2005.
     A Broken System,” The Washington Post;  September 13, 2004.
     Remember Rwanda, but Take Action in Sudan,” The New York Times;  April 6, 2004.
     Remember the Blood Frenzy of Rwanda: Genocide prevention must become a foreign policy priority,” The Los Angeles Times;  April 4, 2004.
     War and Never Having to Say You're Sorry,” The New York Times;  December 14, 2003.
     The ICC Can Serve the U.S.,” The Wall Street Journal;  July 11, 2002.

Newspaper Articles:
     Our War on Terror,” The New York Times;  July 27, 2007.
     CrashCourse: Punishing Evildoers,” The Washington Post;  April 23, 2006.
     To Save the World from Hell,” Le Monde Diplomatique;  September 1, 2005.
     Break Through to Darfur,” Los Angeles Times;  June 2, 2004.

Magazine Features:
     The Enforcer: A Christian lawyer's global crusade,” The New Yorker;  January 19, 2009.
     Is Humanitarian Intervention Dead?,” Slate;  September 29, 2008.
     Technology's Power to Narrow Our View,” Time;  June 2, 2008.
     George Mitchell (Time 100),” Time;  April 29, 2008.
     Keeping Canada in Afghanistan,” Time;  April 17, 2008.
     Ghosts of Kosovo,” Time;  February 29, 2008.
     Rethinking Iran,” Time;  January 18, 2008.
     The Envoy: The United NationsÂ’ doomed mission to Iraq,” The New Yorker;  January 7, 2008.
     The U.S. and Turkey: Honesty Is the Best Policy,” Time;  October 18, 2007.
     The Human-Rights Vacuum,” Time;  October 11, 2007.
     Access Denied,” Time;  September 26, 2007.
     Fixing Foreign Policy,” Harvard Magazine;  August 1, 2006.
     The Void: Why the Movement Needs Help,” The New Republic;  May 15, 2006.
     Mission,” The New Yorker;  November 25, 2005.
     A Hero of Our Time,” The New York Review of Books;  November 18, 2004.
     It's Not Enough to Call it Genocide,” Time;  October 4, 2004.
     The World's Most Dangerous Ideas: Business as Usual at the UN,” Foreign Policy;  October 1, 2004.
     Dying in Darfur,” The New Yorker;  August 30, 2004.
     The Lesson of Hannah Arendt,” The New York Review of Books;  April 29, 2004.
     Unpunishable: How to Try Sadam Hussain,” The New Republic;  December 29, 2003.
     How To Kill A Country: Turning a breadbasket into a basket case in ten easy steps—the Robert Mugabe way,” The Atlantic Monthly;  December 1, 2003.
     The Aids Rebel,” The New Yorker;  May 19, 2003.
     Force Full,” The New Republic;  March 3, 2003.
     Rwanda: The Two Faces of Justice,” The New York Review of Books;  January 16, 2003.
     Raising the Cost of Genocide,” Dissent;  April 1, 2002.
     Genocide and America,” The New York Review of Books;  March 14, 2002.

Interviews:
     Samantha Power on U.S. Foreign Policy, Harvard Kennedy School, Insight Series;  March 14, 2007.

Books:
     Chasing the Flame: Sergio Vieira de Mello and the Fight to Save the World,” The Penguin Press HC;  February 14, 2008.
     Darfur Darfur,” DK Melcher Media;  January 21, 2008.
     Realizing Human Rights: Moving from Inspiration to Impact,” Palgrave Macmillan;  February 16, 2006.
     A Problem from Hell, America and the Age of Genocide,” Harper Perennial;  May 6, 2003.

Book Chapters:
     “Dying in Darfur” in The Best American Magazine Writing, 2005, Columbia University Press;  December 1, 2005.
     “Foreword” in Shake Hands with the Devil: The Failure of Humanity in Rwanda, Carroll & Graf;  November 30, 2004.
     “Introduction” in Origins of Totalitarianism, Schocken;  April 20, 2004.

Audio:
     Darfur Deadline, WNYC, "The Brian Lehrer Show";  May 2, 2006.
     Darfur: Strategies for Intervention, NPR, "Talk of the Nation";  April 19, 2006.
     Never Again, NPR, "On Point with Tom Ashbrook";  October 19, 2005.
     U.S. Involvement in Halting Darfur Genocide, NPR, "Day to Day";  September 13, 2004.
     Dying in Darfur, NPR/WBUR, "The Connection";  August 24, 2004.
     Reporting on Genocide in Sudan's Darfur Region, NPR, "Day to Day";  August 24, 2004.
     Crisis Continues for Sudan's African Refugees, NPR, "Weekend Edition";  August 7, 2004.
     Predicting Genocide, NPR, "Talk of the Nation";  May 19, 2004.
     Author Urges Aid in Sudan, NPR, "All Things Considered";  April 6, 2004.
     Discussion of 'A Problem From Hell: America and the Age of Genocide', New York Times, audio interview;  April 14, 2002.


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