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Bi-weekly radio show on Kingston's CFRC 101.9fm, produced by members of the Queen's International Affairs Association.


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April 03, 2016 01:34 PM PDT

In the final episode of our fourth season, we explore the substance and mechanics of the ongoing U.S. Presidential election.

First, we speak with David Rothschild, an economist with a Ph.D. in applied economics from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He currently works for Microsoft Research in New York City studying social media data, polling, and markets and is a regular contributor to the Washington Post. Through his development of prediction and sentiment models, David was able to correctly predict 50 of 51 Electoral College outcomes in the 2012 election. We speak with David about the nature and value of contemporary polling, and get his predictions on the ongoing race.

We then speak with Paul Quirk, Phil Lind Chair in U.S. Politics and Representation at the University of British Columbia and received his PhD from Harvard University. We talk to Paul about this controversial election, the rise of Bernie Sanders, and the collapse of the Republican Party.

Finally, we close with a discussion with the entire ROR team, in which we address some of the many controversies sparked by the ongoing race.

March 23, 2016 01:06 PM PDT

In this episode, Reply of Reply examines sexual violence and sexual assault policy on university campuses. Inspired by the documentary "The Hunting Ground", the Right of Reply team examines the current social climate that facilitates sexual violence and impunity for perpetrators throughout Canadian and American campuses.
To help us in our discussion of Queen's University's response to sexual assault, Right of Reply is joined by Victoria Gibson, Assistant News Editor of The Queen's Journal to speak with us on their recent article: Sexual Assault Policy, 15 Months Later.

March 10, 2016 03:26 PM PST

In this episode, Right of Reply examines the rights and freedoms - or lack thereof - of the LGBTQ community around the world.
We speak with John Ibbitson of The Globe and Mail to discuss his article on Everett Klippert, a Canadian man was deemed a dangerous sex offender simply for being gay, and given what amounted to a life sentence in the 1960s.
We then speak with Evelyna Ekoko-Kay from Queen's Pride Project and Slava Bortnik from Human Rights First.
Finally, we close with a discussion with the Right of Reply team, focused on Roger Ross William's documentary "God Loves Uganda" and the role of religion in restricting gay rights.

February 09, 2016 03:31 PM PST

In recognition of Black History Month, this week's episode looks at race relations in contemporary society, examining the persistence of racism in Canada, the potential dangers of cultural appropriation, police brutality, and carding.
This episode features Desmond Cole, journalist, activist, and arguably the face of carding in Toronto, Maria Kyres, masters student in Queen's Cultural Studies department, and Lea Trotman and Rania Ahmed of Queen's Black Academic society, Carissa Gordan, President of the African and Caribbean students’ association and Jessie Obeng of the Black History Month committee.

January 26, 2016 01:23 PM PST

In the first episode of the new year, the Right of Reply team explores climate change in the context of the Climate Summit in Paris in December.
Drawing from our interviews with singer and documentary film maker Luke Wallace, and Right of Reply's creator, Brenna Owen, who participated in the youth delegation in Paris, we look at the importance of youth engagement in environmental initiatives, and the potential for positive change in this area.

December 07, 2015 04:26 PM PST

This week, Right of Reply examines the state of security and surveillance in contemporary society, specifically in the context of the recent attacks in Paris.
First, we interview Kent Roach, one of Canada's top lawyers with respect to national security and Bill C-51, Canada's anti-terror bill. Mr. Roach provides insight into both the social and political motivations for the bill and its potential consequences for security and civil liberties.
Next, we talk to David Lyon, Queen's professor, director of the Surveillance Study Centre at Queen's and author of "Surveillance after Snowden". Professor Lyon discusses the impact of Snowden and the pervasiveness of contemporary surveillance.
For our final interview, we speak with Arne Klisenko, professor at both the Munk School of Global Affairs at U of T, and at Ryerson University. Professor Klisenko discusses the Paris attacks in the context of the ongoing Refugee crisis, outlining the realities of Canada's refugee system, and the screening that takes place prior to admittance. He further discusses the respective responses of the Canadian and American governments to the refugee program after Paris.
We then conclude with a discussion among the Right of Reply team, who discuss their thoughts on the Paris attacks.

November 22, 2015 02:26 PM PST

In the fifth episode of Right of Reply's fourth season, we examined the cause and consequence of the War on Drugs, drug policy in Canada and abroad, and discussed the potential for legalization of marijuana in Canada following the election of a new Liberal government.
This episode features an interview with Mark Kleinman, a professor of public policy at UCLA and one of America's leading authorities on drug policy, as well as Paula Mallea, a criminal lawyer with a focus on drug crime and author of "The War on Drugs: A Failed Experiment." Both guests highlight the social harms associated with drug's prohibition, and the dangers involved in regulating drug use through the criminal system.
We spoke with students at Queen's University about their thoughts on marijuana's legalization, and conclude with a discussion among members of the Right of Reply team, who provide their thoughts on current drug policies and the potential for improvement.

November 11, 2015 11:41 AM PST

Right of Reply explores the arguments surrounding the decriminalization of sex work. Since the Bedford case, in 2013, and the passing of legislation in 2014, which made the purchase of sexual services illegal, the future for sex workers in Canada has changed dramatically. In this weeks episode we will be analyzing for and against arguments for legalization, the legal hurdles, and its broad social implications.
Right of Reply explores the arguments surrounding the decriminalization of sex work. Since the Bedford case, in 2013, and the passing of legislation in 2014, which made the purchase of sexual services illegal, the future for sex workers in Canada has changed dramatically. In this weeks episode we will be analyzing for and against arguments for legalization, the legal hurdles, and its broad social implications.

November 08, 2015 08:45 AM PST

This week, Right of Reply examined the controversy surrounding American gun policies, a debate that has been intensified by recent mass shootings throughout the US. We begin with a historical perspective, as Maggie Smith talks to Queen's Professor Berman about the basis for American gun rights: the Second Amendment.
Next, Quinn Giordano spoke with Professor Lynne Hanson about the mental health dimensions of gun control in the United States. Finally, Holly Honderich talked to Dr. Philip Cook of Duke University, who gave us his thoughts on gun control, and the current political climate regarding guns in the US - based on his over 40 years of related research.

November 08, 2015 08:42 AM PST
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This weeks episode of Right of Reply takes a look at the controversy surrounding American gun policies. We begin with a historical perspective on the interpretation of the Second Amendment, which states, "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed". We continue our discussion by analyzing the contemporary gun policies and the 'mental health' argument.

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