North And South Korea Unite For The Olympic Games, Remembering Scholar Gene Sharp’s Nonviolent Action Legacy, And Naperville Summit Tackles Barriers To International Aid, Development
On today's show:
- Sik Son, executive director of KA Voice, and Jin Choi, a professor of economics at DePaul University, discuss how the Olympics could affect intra-Korean relations.
- Gene Sharp, who passed away Jan. 28, is recognized worldwide as the greatest theoretician of nonviolent action since Mohandas Gandhi. We discuss his legacy with Jamila Raqib, the executive director of the Albert Einstein Institution, and Fabricio Balcazar, a professor of human development at the University of Chicago.
- International Service Summit co-chairs Uda Potgieter and Chuck Newman with the Rotary Club of Naperville join us to discuss the event’s mission to improve the effectiveness and sustainability of international projects.