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A survey of clips and documentary excerpts covering 1945-1973, including the First Indochina War, the Suez Crisis, the Soviet invasion of Hungary, Sputnik, the U-2 incident,the Berlin Wall, the Tonkin Gulf Incident, decolonization, the 1963 coup and escalation in Vietnam, the assassination of John Kennedy, the Prague Spring, the Six-Day War, and SALT.
"The Forum Network is a PBS and NPR public media service in collaboration with public stations and community partners across the United States." Their goal is "to bring a diverse range of perspectives on both local and global issues to audiences around the world." Their "online [audio/video] library features thousands of lectures by some of the world's foremost scholars, authors, artists, scientists, policy makers and community leaders, available to citizens of the world for free."
"The best free cultural & educational media on the web", this page from Open Culture provides links to "700 Free Online Courses from Top Universities". Scroll down to the "Political Science, International Relations and Law" section. Videos are available via various websites, such as YouTube, and the media player, iTunes (options to download the free version for both Mac and PC will appear when you click on individual videos available via this app).
In this video, created by Ashoka's Global Academy for Social Entrepreneurship, Peter Eigen, the founder of Transparency International, discusses how corruption undermines stability and perpetuates unfair systems across the globe. Eigen has led the worldwide effort to combat the instability, injustice, and poverty perpetuated by widespread corruption. He examines the toll of corruption; he describes new social, political and legal breakthroughs; and, he explains how everyone can join the growing campaign to eliminate one of humanity's great causes of injustice.