On the Monday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Steven Bucci, director of the Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign and National Security Policy at the Heritage Foundation, spoke with Chad Hasty about the continuing ISIS crisis in the Middle East.
On the Thursday edition of Lubbock's First News, Ambassador Tibor Nagy Jr., Texas Tech University's Vice Provost of International Affairs joined Tom and Laura in studio. Ambassador Nagy discussed many subjects pertaining to current world events
TTU's Vice Provost for International Affairs Tibor Nagy, Jr., talked with Tom about the worsening situation in the Middle East, including the recently self-proclaimed "caliph".
Tuesday on Lubbock's First News, Tibor Nagy, Vice Provost for international affairs at Texas Tech University, discussed Boko Horam and the kidnapped girls in Nigeria.
Nagy noted the need of Nigerians to seek help with intelligence in taking action to retrieve the kidnapped girls from Boko Haram
On the Monday edition of Lubbock's First News, Vice Provost for International Affairs at Texas Tech University Tibor Nagy discussed international drama surrounding Ukraine.
Nagy said, "I think the most important thing to remember is that Ukraine is much more important to Russia than it is to us or to the Europeans
Thursday on Lubbock's First News, Tibor Nagy, Vice Provost of International Affairs at Texas Tech University, made international observations about the past year and predictions for the new.
Nagy listed general trends seen over the past year
Friday on Lubbock's First News, Ambassador of Ethiopia Tibor Nagy, Jr., spoke about the life and transformation of Nelson Mandela.
Nelson Mandela passed away Thursday, December 5, prompting many to reflect on his inspirational work
Tuesday on Lubbock's First News, Ambassador Tibor Nagy, Jr., Vice Provost for International Affairs at Texas Tech University, discussed the recent interim negotiations made with Iran in nuclear talks
Tuesday on Lubbock's First News, Ambassador Tibor Nagy, Jr. discussed the recent efforts of the U.S. and Iran to come to an arms agreement.
Nagy listed the major characters in these agreements are Iranians, who have been dealing with the sanctions and are ready to show the public some results and Europeans, who would like to jump back in the market with Iran
Thursday on Lubbock's First News, Dr. Jesse Long, Dean of the College of Biblical Studies and Behavioral Sciences at Lubbock Christian University (LCU), gave information about the upcoming archaeology lecture to be held at the university