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Jan 2014 · Current Affairs
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Jim Zirin speaks with Terry Lenzner.

The LA Times calls him “the most powerful and dreaded investigator in the world.” Terry Lenzner, author of the red-hot new book, The Investigator, recalls his remarkable half-century career in private and public sleuthing, and shares with Jim the secrets of his amazing success.

 

Jan 2014 · Current Affairs
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Jim Zirin speaks with Doug Schoen.

The United States Senate now holds a narrow Democratic majority. On November 4, Americans will elect 36 senators for seats occupied by 21 Democrats and 15 Republicans. To gain control of the Senate, the GOP needs six seats, and must defeat more than two incumbents. Will they do it? Veteran political analyst Doug Schoen tells Jim that there is one central issue transcending each campaign—President Obama’s declining popularity.

Jan 2014 · Current Affairs
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Jim Zirin speaks with Michael Moran.

The world in 2014 is a risky place. What are its greatest perils—a nuclear accident, a terrorist attack, a natural disaster or an economic meltdown? Risk analysis expert Michael Moran takes Jim on a global tour, analyzes the probabilities and gives his financial and strategic outlook for the coming year.


Jan 2014 · Foreign Relations
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Jim Zirin speaks with Isobel Coleman.

The “Arab Spring” began in December 2010 with the self-immolation  of a Tunisian street vendor, who felt humiliated by the arbitrary conduct of local officials. The act touched off uprisings in Egypt, Libya, Yemen and Syria, which transformed the political landscape of the Mid-East. Council on Foreign Relations Senior Fellow Isobel Coleman surveys the landscape and tells Jim how things stack up in those countries three years later.


Jan 2014 · Foreign Relations
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Jim Zirin speaks with Vali Nasr.

Obama said he wanted to “pivot” US foreign policy toward Asia, implying that we would have a lighter footprint in the Mid-East and give up one interest for another. Vali Nasr, Dean of the Nitze School at Johns Hopkins and author of the best-selling book The Dispensable Nation tells Jim that we cannot turn our backs on the region and hope to exert any influence on China, Korea or Japan.


Jan 2014 · e-Commerce
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Jim Zirin speaks with Adam Levin.

This holiday season has seen an alarming rise in instances of identity theft. Consumer advocate Adam Levin tells Jim that in the digital age your personal data is as valuable to you as money, and of what you should do to protect yourself from widespread schemes to defraud.

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