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Career Foreign Service Officers interview America’s most influential diplomats, capturing the sacrifice, professionalism, humor, heroism, wisdom, and triumph of modern-day American diplomacy. Through personal anecdotes, guests explain what they were trying to achieve with a given foreign policy, how they tried to accomplish those objectives, and where things went right (or wrong). Featuring conversations with America’s greatest foreign policy minds, including Thomas Pickering, John Negropont ...
 
Inside Cyber Diplomacy presents a wide-ranging and thought-provoking look at international cybersecurity, its challenges, and practices. Through candid interviews with experts around the world, co-hosts Jim Lewis and Chris Painter explore how diplomacy and negotiation have shaped the field. This podcast is made possible by the generous support of the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore and the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
 
Every week, Your Bored Brother convenes his Diplomacy Dojo, where players of all skill levels come together to discuss their most "pressing" Diplomacy questions. To participate in the Diplomacy Dojo, contact Your Bored Brother through his website, brotherbored.com, or make a pledge on Patreon at bit.ly/supportybb for instant access to the discord server.
 
The Mission of PSPDG is to educate the Penn community on the relationship between science and society. We explore the ethical, legal, and regulatory issues that arise from scientific and technical progress and we advocate for science-informed policymaking, communication of science to the public, and the continued support of research.
 
Hear what Israel's top experts in the fields of intelligence, security, international relations and diplomacy have to say about Israel and the complexities of the Middle East in the 21st century.
 
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Tim "Timmy" Davis is an active duty Foreign Service Officer and career member of the Senior Foreign Service. In this episode, Tim shares lessons learned on leadership, beginning with his experience as a U.S. Marine. He also discusses how to develop strong teams, instill a work ethic, promote selflessness, encourage diversity, and increase recruitme…
 
1628 was a pivotal year of the Thirty Years War. Not only did it contain the final full year of war between the Emperor and the Danes, it also contained a total of three sieges running in very different theatres, with seriously consequential stakes for all involved. Would it be Casale in North Italy? La Rochelle on the French coast? Stralsund on th…
 
The guys unpack Amby's draw in Media Wars 2 and get the take of the board topping Ed Sullivan/GoHornsGo and Village Idiot/Ewok in an interview. Plus much more. Intro and Diplomacy news The guys begin at Bar Brutus and do a mea culpa (0 mins 10 secs) With some clever editing we've removed all the fucking train noises. They talk about their recent ho…
 
In this episode, co-hosts Jim Lewis and Chris Painter talk with Germany's Cyber Ambassador Regine Grienberger. They discuss the work being done on cyber from a German and European perspective, the importance of capacity-building, and the hopes and expectations for the work ahead.Center for Strategic and International Studies
 
By 1628, the Habsburgs seemed triumphant. The plan was then to reach the Baltic, and build a fleet of their own to terrify Scandinavia into submission. Would it work? The recent gift of Mecklenburg, along the Baltic shore, and Pomeranian weakness, suggested it would. All that stood in the way of Wallenstein's plan, was the Baltic port city of Stral…
 
In this episode, co-hosts Jim Lewis and Chris Painter talk with Ambassador Guilherme Patriota, Brazil's Consul General in Mumbai and Chair of the UN GGE on Advancing responsible State behavior in cyberspace in the context of international security. They discuss the influence his past negotiating experience had in how he chaired the group, how they …
 
By late 1626, Emperor Ferdinand was riding high. But this season of triumph was not enough. Ferdinand had bigger dreams than the mere destruction of his enemies. He imagined a new world order, where threats to the Habsburg dynasty ceased to exist, and the Catholic Church bloomed. Sound too tyrannical and storybook to be true? Judge for yourself. Af…
 
The guys interview Isabella Vladoiu from US Institute of Diplomacy and Human Rights about how the game relates to real life Diplomacy. Plus they discuss their games and a public service announcement from all Mods. Intro and Diplomacy news The guys are still at the Empire Hotel. Amby disses Google. They do a drinks update (0 mins 10 secs) They give …
 
In this episode, co-hosts Jim Lewis and Chris Painter talk with Michele Markoff, Heli Tiirma-Klaar, and Johanna Weaver about the recently concluded UN GGE. They discuss how the group managed to get consensus on this new report, the progress made on international law and norms as they apply to cyberspace, and how the process compared to the parallel…
 
Learn about Dixiecon See the visual aid slides in this episode's YouTube video You can check out "last night's" (May 15, 2021) speedboat games mentioned in this episode in a saved livestream on the Diplomacy Broadcast Network's YouTube channel Participate in future Masterclass sessions by joining the vWDC Discord server at https://discord.gg/jbdZtR…
 
On August 16, Israel and the United Arab Emirates made history with the announcement that the two countries would establish diplomatic ties. This episode of Persona Grata gives our listeners a sneak peak into what peace looks like almost a year after the signing of the Abraham Accords & what this new era means for Israel, its neighbors and the enti…
 
Ambassador Chris Hill discusses growing up in the foreign service, service as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Cameroon, and formative experiences working with Secretary Eagleburger and Amb. Holbrooke. Ambassador Hill also discusses leading Six-Party talks with N. Korea, his ambassadorship in Iraq, and the importance of diversity in today's Foreign Servi…
 
In this episode, co-hosts Jim Lewis and Chris Painter talk with Johanna Weaver, Special Adviser to Australia’s Ambassador for Cyber Affairs, Australia’s independent expert to the UN's GGE on Responsible State Behavior in Cyberspace; and Head of the Australian Delegation to UN's OEWG on ICT Security. They discuss the challenges Covid presented to ne…
 
Topic(s) of Discussion: 4:21 Make conversation with every other player on the board Visit the BrotherBored blog Support Your Bored Brother on Patreon If you enjoy BrotherBored's Diplomacy Dojo, please subscribe and leave a review letting us know! The Diplomacy Dojo is available on most podcatchers, as well as on the BrotherBored YouTube channel. ★ …
 
As 1626 dawned, two saviours were on the march to the rescue of their respective camps. King Christian IV of Denmark looked poised to save the princes and cities of the Lower Saxon Circle from a looming Habsburg threat, and guarantees and supplies from the other members of the Hague Alliance were on the way to buffer his campaign. On the other hand…
 
Kaner takes on Brother Bored in a live France vs Austria game and learns a few lessons. Amby is also "learning lessons" in his Media Wars 2 game. Intro and Diplomacy news The guys discuss the venue, drinks and set the scene for today's episode (0 mins 10 secs) Kaner discusses the Summer Classic virtual tournament being held 23-25 July (2 mins 35 se…
 
In this episode, co-hosts Jim Lewis and Chris Painter talk with Moctar Yedaly, Africa Program Director for the GFCE, and former Head of the Information Society department within the African Union Commission. They discuss internet shutdowns, the need for high-level political interest and attention to the issues of ICTs, and the value of including mo…
 
This is another episode where we focus on just the one topic, so listen on! Visit the BrotherBored blog Support Your Bored Brother on Patreon If you enjoy BrotherBored's Diplomacy Dojo, please subscribe and leave a review letting us know! The Diplomacy Dojo is available on most podcatchers, as well as on the BrotherBored YouTube channel. ★ Support …
 
Check out Sharp Mind Media, where Anna and I are releasing Sudoku books, colouring books, and we have huge plans to make even more! For screen-free entertainment in a screen-filled world, Sharp Mind Media is for you! With the King of Denmark on the march, and the net closing in on him, Emperor Ferdinand was forced to go big or go home. So instead, …
 
Read Dave's write-up and see the chart on the BrotherBored blog. Participate in future Masterclass sessions by joining the vWDC Discord server https://discord.gg/jbdZtRFMTA Episode Structure: 00:58 Analysis and Insights from the Data 15:43 Q&A 31:15 Roundtable Discussion Visit the BrotherBored blog Support Your Bored Brother on Patreon If you enjoy…
 
The guys have had a small break and come back re-energised for the game. They discuss an upcoming face to face game, Media Wars 2 and test unbreakable alliances. Intro and Diplomacy news The guys discuss the venue and throwing stones (0 mins 10 secs) They discuss they're out of lockdown and Kaner explains how he'd taken a break from the game for a …
 
In this episode, co-hosts Jim Lewis and Chris Painter talk with Ambassador Amandeep Gill, Director of the Global Health Centre project on International Digital Health & AI Research Collaborative (I-DAIR). They discuss the transformative power of digital technologies and the importance of using human-centric benchmarks when applying AI to health.…
 
In this episode, co-hosts Jim Lewis and Chris Painter talk with Ambassador Jürg Lauber, Permanent Representative of Switzerland to the United Nations and other Organizations in Geneva. They discuss his work as Chair of the OEWG, how his previous UN experience helped him increase engagement in the process, and where to go from here.…
 
King Christian IV of Denmark had more than a lot on his plate by 1625. He was the King of Denmark, and the Duke of Holstein. Yet he was also an important Protestant figure, the leader of a German dynasty, and a father determined to acquire the best inheritance for his sons. As of 1625, King Christian IV was also something else - at war with the Hol…
 
David Maletsky is a top flight face-to-face player who has competed in over 100 tournaments. He has 7 tournament wins, 23 top-3 finishes, and reached the top board at the 2016 World Diplomacy Championship in Chicago, IL. He is a well respected master tactician with a fantastic philosophical mind - and is well known for his generous personality, his…
 
In this episode, co-hosts Jim Lewis and Chris Painter talk with David Koh, Chief Executive of the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore. They discuss progress in cybersecurity done by the CSA in its first six years, technical and policy cooperation within ASEAN, and next steps in cyber diplomacy after the conclusion of the current UN GGE and OEWG proc…
 
The Hague Alliance of 1625 was only the latest in a long series of things that Frederick couldn't afford to get his hopes up about. It involved England, the Netherlands and Denmark in a mutual defensive alliance, and England even went to war with Spain shortly afterwards. But Frederick had been here before, when his allies appeared to save him, onl…
 
The guys interview Jamal Blakkarly, winner of PoppyCon 2021, the first face to face Diplomacy tournament since Covid (excluding that 7 player European championship.) Plus they chat about Media Wars 2 and much, much more. Lockdown intro and Diplomacy news The guys set the scene about the most recent lockdown in Brisbane and their drinks (0 mins 10 s…
 
We just tackle the one topic in this episode, so start at the beginning and listen until the end! Visit the BrotherBored blog Support Your Bored Brother on Patreon If you enjoy BrotherBored's Diplomacy Dojo, please subscribe and leave a review letting us know! The Diplomacy Dojo is available on most podcatchers, as well as on the BrotherBored YouTu…
 
In this episode, co-hosts Jim Lewis and Chris Painter talk with Michele Markoff, Deputy Coordinator for Cyber Issues in the Office of the Coordinator for Cyber Affairs at the U.S. State Department. They discuss the recently concluded UN OEWG process and the next steps for international coordination on cyber issues.…
 
Have I got a story for you, or rather, a play. With the failure of the Spanish Match, the anti-Spanish sentiments were bound to soar in England, but when a not so subtle play - A Game at Chess - was released to the Globe theatre in August 1624, this was too far for King James and company. The King was embarrassed, but it was to be the final such sc…
 
The guys interview winner of the DBI Invitational, Peter McNamara about his gameplay. Plus Bronze Age Diplomacy, variant ideas from the guys and much more. Intro and Diplomacy news The guys talk about their drinks and venue (0 mins 10 secs) Interview with Peter McNamara Kaner & Amby begin to introduce the interview with Peter McNamara and what's co…
 
Ambassador Beth Jones discusses attending local schools in Moscow and Berlin, her first tour in Afghanistan, and working as a control officer for Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. Ambassador Jones also discusses rising to the top of the Foreign Service, lessons learned from Ambassadors Pickering and Platt, managing the European and Eurasian Affai…
 
Topics of Discussion: 4:12 What to do When a Friendly Power Goes Down 12:49 How Germany Can Go On When Austria is Eliminated Fast 21:07 Hostility Between Germany and Austria vs Anschluss Theory Visit the BrotherBored blog Support Your Bored Brother on Patreon If you enjoy BrotherBored's Diplomacy Dojo, please subscribe and leave a review letting us…
 
Stop me if you think you've heard it. Guy travels incognito to a girl in far off land. Confirms girl will marry him. Girl's father agrees to marriage. Girl's father is actually the King of Spain. Incognito guy is actually King Charles I of Britain, before he lost his head. The whole unbelievable scheme was the kind of brainchild of the Prince of Wa…
 
The guys catch up for some drinks and a chat around their current Diplomacy endeavors and games. Intro and Diplomacy news The guys talk about their drinks and venue (0 mins 10 secs) They were hoping to play a face to face game on Sunday but have failed to get the numbers again (3 mins 45 secs) They also provide an update about their now non-attenda…
 
Topics of Discussion: 2:55 Germany's Quest to the Far East 11:24 Should Germany Try to Make Italy and Austria be Friends? 23:21 How to Win as Turkey on Your Own Merits To learn more about assigning value to supply centers beyond "one point per center," read "Solo Win Tip #3: How to Get Strong Without Getting Scary" on the BrotherBored blog. Visit t…
 
The early 1620's were a period of strange diplomatic behaviour for Britain, trapped as it was between the visions of a perpetual peace forged by marriage, and the realities of European political interest. Here we learn of an individual who went through this experience personally, a gentleman and diplomat, Sir Robert Phelips. Phelips began as a keen…
 
The guys interview Australian Defense Force chaplain John Dansie on using Diplomacy in professional military education of officers. Plus they talk about upcoming face to face games, their online games and Kaner makes a helluva mess. Intro The guys restart talking about other podcasts and Amby gives a big thumbs up to Brother Bored's Diplomacy Dojo …
 
Topics of Discussion: 2:13 Recognizing Patterns in the Mid- and End-Game 16:27 Types of Diplomacy Players and How to Recognize Them 29:07 Games as Pedagogy Visit the BrotherBored blog Support Your Bored Brother on Patreon If you enjoy BrotherBored's Diplomacy Dojo, please subscribe and leave a review letting us know! The Diplomacy Dojo is available…
 
King James of Britain was a complex fellow, and while his son is arguably more infamous, the father had some issues of his own to get through too. Most particularly, in the Spanish Match, the king's quest to balance Europe with a Palatine Protestant marital alliance on one hand and a Spanish Catholic on the other. Had it worked, Europe may have bee…
 
In this episode, co-hosts Jim Lewis and Chris Painter talk with Michael Walma, Cyber Foreign Policy Coordinator for Global Affairs Canada. They talk about Canada’s efforts in advancing diverse voices in the OEWG, achieving gender balance in cyber negotiations, expectations about the new US administration’s focus on cybersecurity, and the importance…
 
Ambassador Nancy Jo Powell discusses her childhood in small town Iowa, gender discrimination at the State Department in the 1970's, first tours in Ottawa and Kathmandu, and her first big break as Acting Consul General in Lahore, Pakistan in 1988. Ambassador Powell also discusses cultivating high morale in difficult posts, serving as the U.S. Ambass…
 
Rihanna , Greta Thunberg and other celebrities had concerns over farmer laws of India and the ongoing protests. They shared have shared some info which can help us Indians understand the truth.
 
In this episode, co-hosts Jim Lewis and Chris Painter discuss recent appointments by the Biden administration, recommendations on how to engage with Russian malicious cyber activity, and how to cooperate with European allies moving forward.Center for Strategic and International Studies
 
1:41 Signaling in Gunboat 18:27 Mindful spectating Learn about the "Media Wars" game here, where you can find my video journal as well as links to the other participants' journals. Visit the BrotherBored blog Support Your Bored Brother on Patreon Please subscribe and review on iTunes or your podcatcher of choice! For a new podcast like this, even o…
 
The guys record a back-to-back rather drunk episode. They talk about their (at the time) current games and prove the slow but effective Juggernaut alliance, before starting on an Anschluss alliance game. Intro & Diplomacy chat The guys restart on their 3rd drink at Brisbane Brewing Co and talk about their planned Diplomacy Wives Club interview they…
 
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