Intelligence Squared

Intelligence Squared


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Is Trump’s rhetoric good or bad for American values? @KrisKobach1787  argues that he's the most open president we've ever seen: 👇

Turkey, Iran, Russia, and Syria are reportedly jockeying for control of the lands that once were held by the Islamic State. Should the U.S. have a dog in this fight?

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Facial recognition technologies are stealing our biometric data, according to @JossFong . Watch her argument on @voxdotcom :

Just how responsible is the U.S. for shifting powers in the Middle East?

Tensions between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump are back on the rise, this time involving rocket tests and name-calling. Is a nuclear crisis brewing? Or business as usual?

Is “vulture capitalism” a threat to our economic health? Debrief on the economic model, plus @TuckerCarlson 's argument against it:

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If stocks determine the victor of the war between the EU and Big Tech, tech's winning:

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Should the ACTs and SATs play a role in our student admissions process? Students and advocacy groups are taking on the debate in California:

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The 2020 presidential race is off! Is President Trump the best choice for the American right? Buy your tickets now for our 3/28 debate here:

Fear of being called racist is silencing #freespeech  on campuses argues @JohnHMcWhorter . #IQ2USLive 

@BDomenech  on #Trump : The liberal media cried wolf and the wolf showed up. #IQ2USLive 

"Words are weapons - that's precisely why we protect them."—Wendy Kaminer on college #freespeech . #IQ2USLive 

"Markets have done some of the ugliest things to the human race." –– Professor @profwolff  starts his argument against the motion with a lesson. #IQ2USlive 

@jacobinmag  editor @sunraysunray  blends the capitalism and health care debates with the tale of penicillin's invention.

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