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World Views
4:30 pm
Fri May 16, 2014

World Views: May 16, 2014

Listen to the entire May 16, 2014 episode.

Suzette Grillot starts a month-long European trip in London, and talks about Turkey's coal mine disaster and how that relate's to the United Kingdom's energy industry with University of Oklahoma Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Clarke Stroud.

Later, Rebecca Cruise discusses so-called 'dark networks' with University of Arizona political scientist H. Brinton Milward.

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World Views
12:54 pm
Fri May 16, 2014

On The Road: Three Observations From London

Known to miners as 'The Big K', Kellingley Colliery started with the sinking of shafts in 1958 with the first coal being produced in 1965. It's one of three of Britain's three remaining deep pit coal mines facing closure in the next 18 months.
Paul Glazzard The Geograph Britain And Ireland Project/Wikimedia Commons

World Views host Suzette Grillot starts a three-country, four-city, five-week tour of Europe this week for her work as the Dean of the College of International Studies at the University of Oklahoma. This week she’s in London with OU Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Clarke Stroud.

Turkey's Mining Disaster Resonates in England

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World Views
12:51 pm
Fri April 12, 2013

Response to Thatcher's Death Exposes Decades-old Divisions in Britain

British flags fly at half-staff in Whitehall, London - April 8, 2013
Credit David Holt London / Flickr

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher will be remembered Wednesday during a funeral with full military honors at St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Suzette Grillot, the host of KGOU’s World Views and the Dean of the University of Oklahoma’s College of International Studies, says debates about Thatcher’s legacy and even her funeral suggest Britain is still deeply divided.

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