Peter J. Spiro

Is the very concept of “citizenship” become something of an anachronism in the Era of Globalization?

Don Doyle

Professor of History Don Doyle discusses his new book about the international reaction to the U.S. Civil War.

Gould and Fitzgerald

Award-winning journalists and authors Elizabeth Gould and Paul Fitzgerald discuss the terrorist attack in France, U.S. military today, international affairs and the fate of the American Empire.

Gould & Fitzgerald...

Authors and Journalists Elizabeth Gould and Paul Fitzgerald react to the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri — plus the latest developments in Ukraine, Iraq and Syria— and what all this means for America.

Donovan Webster

Coy talks to best-selling and award-winning author, journalist, filmmaker and humanitarian Donovan Webster.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

June 29, 2014 guests include: UVA Professor of Religious Studies Kathleen Flake; Sweet Briar Professor of International Relations Spencer Bakich; and Barefoot Excursions shares the story of The Aviator at the University of Virginia.

Sean O’Brien

Executive VP and CEO of James Madison’s Montpelier, Sean O’Brien shares his take on the alarming news coming out of Egypt regarding death sentences for those protesting the government.

Christopher Ali

UVA Media Studies Professor, Christopher Ali, discusses the breaking news out of Egypt that three Al Jazeera journalists have been sentenced to a decade in prison for practicing journalism.

Rick Sincere

Rick joins Coy for the end-of-the-week news roundup. The conversation focuses on President Obama’s remarks today regarding the situation in Iraq and the future of America involvement in the Middle East.

Gould & Fitzgerald

Journalists and authors Elizabeth Gould and Paul Fitzgerald react to the Bowe Bergdahl release, the continued wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the latest on the situation in Ukraine.

Geoffrey Wawro

Geoffrey Wawro discusses his new book, A Mad Catastrophe, about the outbreak of WWI and the gradual collapse of the Habsburg Empire.

Obama Foreign Policy

Political commentator and essayist Anne Pierce joins Coy to explore her views on the failed foreign policy of the Obama administration.

Gould and Fitzgerald

Liz and Paul join Coy to discuss the recent events in Ukraine, NATO, US involvement in Eastern Europe, and the future of US/Russian relations.

Philip Ewing

Philip joins me to discuss the very latest regarding the troubled and dangerous situation in Ukraine.

One Soldier’s View

U.S. Army Major Matt Matsuda (ret) is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and served in Kuwait, briefly in Iraq, and saw combat action in Afghanistan. He joins Coy to discuss a host of issues related to our military operations overseas and veterans issues.

David E. Kaiser

Daniel joins Coy to discuss his new book, “No End Save Victory” about the coming of WWII.

Live from Kyiv Mar25

Live from Kyiv

Russian President Putin has taken Crimea. He has amassed tens of thousands of troops on the Ukrainian border. What next? Ukrainian native Vlad Basysty has this live report from Kyiv.

Crisis in Crimea

Authors and journalists Elizabeth Gould and Paul Fitzgerald explore the situation in Crimea and Ukraine. What should Americans absolutely understand about what’s going on?

ICTV with Coy Barefoot Mar09

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

March 9, 2014 guests include Albemarle County Supervisor Ann Mallek; author and peace activist David Swanson; and architect Jim Rounsevell.

Oliver Kutter & Crimea Mar05

Oliver Kutter & Crimea

Just back from Ukraine, X Prize-winner and entrepreneur Oliver Kuttner comments on the tenuous situation in Crimea.