Tiffany O'Donnell talks to Gayle Tzemach Lemmon who addresses U.S. national security in terms that are personal, relevant and digestible. She has spent the past fifteen years chronicling the post-9/11 conflicts and writing about Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq in terms that make far-away conflicts feel close to home. She combines a rare mix of business acumen, using her Harvard MBA and current experience in leadership at an emerging technology company focused on A-I for defense, with a gift for storytelling and helps make global issues approachable.
On today's episode, Gayle discusses her latest book, The Daughters of Kobani and what the female superpower is.
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