James Fallows in the US World lecture theatre
Professor James Fallows is Chair in US Media at the US Studies Centre and National Correspondent for The Atlantic Monthly magazine. One of the world's leading journalists, Fallows is author of nine books and over two hundred articles on a wide variety of subjects including US national security policy, the US Congress, Iraq, Japan, the future of print media, and the future of airline travel. Professor Geoffrey Garrett joins Professor James Fallows.
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