Last year, Ronan Farrow sparked conversation around the world by exposing Harvey Weinstein's long-hidden history of sexual assault. This work has made him one of the most crucial journalists of our time, and in WAR ON PEACE he turns his sharp eye to a new kind of power: American diplomacy. Before he became an investigative journalist, Farrow worked in the State Department, and so no one could be better equipped than he is to write about the decline of diplomacy and the rise of the military-industrial complex. Our way of life is under threat, Farrow argues, and we need diplomacy to save us.
Farrow will be in conversation with Mary Louise Kelly, co-host of NPR All Things Considered and former national security correspondent for NPR.