Global Civics Roundtables

This series foster and cultivate international understanding through public dialogue about Montanans' interdependent relationships with other countries, regions, and peoples of the world, and how best we can act to preserve and enhance the common good.

Democracy In West Africa (No. 101)

Carroll College professors Doreen Kutufam and Kyle Strode are joined by a visiting Ghanaian journalist to talk about a variety of political, economic and environmental challenges Montanans have in common with Ghana and other developing countries. (First Aired Sunday, April 20, 2014)


A Debriefing On Taiwan (No. 102)

Senate President Jeff Essmann, Speaker of the House Mark Blasdel, and House Minority Leader Chuck Hunter discuss their recent trip to Taiwan in the context of Montana's trade-based relationship with the island democracy and China writ large. (First Aired Sunday, May 18, 2014)


Brazilian Venture (No. 103)

This edition features a group of Youth Ambassadors from Brazil (brought to us through the good offices of World Montana in Bozeman) as well as an interview with Webb Brown, CEO of the Montana Chamber of Commerce. (First Aired Sunday, June 15, 2014)


Perspectives On China (No. 104)

State Representative Liz Bangerter and Montana Chamber membership director Pete Burwell have both visited mainland China recently. They share their observation and experiences at the round table. The program also includes footage about Guangxi, Montana's sister province, and an interview with the Director of the Tibetan Children's Education Fund. (First Aired Sunday, July 20, 2014)


Citizen Diplomacy(No. 105)

This series foster and cultivate international understanding through public dialogue about Montanans' interdependent relationships with other countries, regions, and peoples of the world, and how best we can act to preserve and enhance the common good.