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The Global Development Primer. The podcast about all issues in International Development Studies. Your host is Dr. Bob Huish, broadcasting from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The podcast covers the basics of International Development, while featuring the work of researchers and practitioners from around the world. This is your podcast to learn more about International Development and to stay in touch with important global issues.
 
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Global Inquirer

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Global Inquirer

Global Inquirer

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Using case studies that often go untouched in news media, we examine how global trends are impacting real lives and international politics. Global Inquirer is a production of the International Relations Organization at the University of Virginia. We are also affiliated with TEEJ.fm, the podcast network of the University of Virginia and Charlottesville. Music: Audissey https://open.spotify.com/artist/27PasEOltfafDKVv1TPTQR
 
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The Kroc Cast: Peace Studies Conversations

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The Kroc Cast: Peace Studies Conversations

Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

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Peace Studies is a multidisciplinary field of study and practice in service of addressing some of the world's most pressing problems and finding strategies for building sustainable peace. Join us at The Kroc Cast for peace studies conversations convened by the University of Notre Dame's Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies.
 
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Global Security Briefing

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Global Security Briefing

The Royal United Services Institute

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Global Security Briefing provides regular insights from leading international experts to help you make sense of the far-reaching changes affecting international security around the globe. Hosted by analysts from RUSI's International Security Studies team, the podcast looks at how the UK can best shape its foreign and security policies in an increasingly dynamic international environment.
 
South Korea as a Global Power is a three-year study launched by the Korea Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in 2014 to examine South Korea's global commitment and proactive participation in world affairs. Dr. Victor Cha, Senior Adviser at CSIS and Professor of Government at Georgetown University will lead this project along with a research team to provide empirical analysis and conceptual study of Korea's accomplishments as a middle and global power in a wide ...
 
Each episode of Global Nomadic Leadership podcast will provide case studies, tips and examples of various leadership opportunities and challenges. Global Nomadic Leadership will provide strategies and resources to bring your leadership or help others to bring their leadership one step closer to excelling. Subscribe today to learn about top global leaders and their trials and successes. Your host is Dr. Katrina Burrus. She is the First Master Certified Coach from the International Coach Feder ...
 
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ÖKO:global

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ÖKO:global

www.oeko-global.uni-siegen.de

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IFOAM is the worldwide umbrella organization for the organic movement. It observes and supports an ecologically, socially and economically balanced and responsible policy. In this capacity IFOAM gives advice to governments, to the EU and to the United Nations. IFOAM leads worldwide congresses and presentations with different topics about organic agriculture. In addition IFOAM has a part in the development of international quality standards and the agricultural legislation of EU. IFOAM is – d ...
 
The University of Chicago International and Area Studies Multimedia Outreach Source is intended as a resource for students, teachers, and the general public. It makes available recordings of conferences, lectures, and performances sponsored and organized by: the Center for International Studies; the Human Rights Program; the Center for East Asian Studies; the Center for East European and Russian/Eurasian Studies; the Center for Latin American Studies; the Center for Middle Eastern Studies; a ...
 
Dr. Rollan Roberts is an advisor and resource to national governments on strong Artificial Intelligence and quantum-proof Cybersecurity and was nominated to Central Command's Department of Defense Civilian Task Force. He is the CEO of Courageous!, a superhuman AI and Cybersecurity research and product development think tank that serves advanced national security initiatives of national governments. He served as CEO of the Hoverboard company, creating the best-selling consumer product worldwi ...
 
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An examination of Poland’s approach to the future of European security, reflecting its perspective from the front line of NATO’s confrontation with Russia, the country’s focus on maintaining and strengthening the transatlantic relationship as the central pillar of the continent’s security, and Warsaw’s concerns about ideas of European strategic aut…
 
In this OIES podcast James Henderson, Director of the OIES Energy Transition Research Initiative, talks with Michal Meidan, Director of the Gas and China Energy Research Programmes at OIES, about China’s environmental policies and the country’s position ahead of COP26. Michal discusses China’s history of environmental diplomacy and addresses the so…
 
Do God experiences only happen to this who read the Bible? If Christology is Trans-form what about the role and function of narratives? If a narrative is trans-form it’s about that to which the narrative points. The narrative points away from itself as Christ pointed away from himself and the Body pointed away from themselves—to GOD. I use the bibl…
 
In this extended OIES podcast David Ledesma talks to James Henderson, the Director of the Energy Transition Research Initiative at OIES, about the recent special edition of the Oxford Energy Forum entitled “COP 26 – Examining the Balance between Ambitious Pledges and Realistic Expectations.” The discussion ranges from a general overview of the key …
 
Sean Raming, current Kroc Institute Ph.D. in Peace Studies and History, talks with Nickolas Roth, director of the Stimson Center’s Nuclear Security Program and International Nuclear Security Forum, about current conversations about nuclear weapons, deterrence, disarmament, and arms control. This episode was co-sponsored by the Catholic Peacebuildin…
 
The Pandora Papers is the International Consortium of Investigative Journalist's largest investigation into off-shore finance to date. Almost 3 terabytes of data piece together a shadow world of offshore financial. World leaders and at least 130 billionaires rely on an offshore financial system that keeps taxes low, money opaque and above all guard…
 
While the recent rise in electricity prices has generated a lot of debate and concern among some commentators, other analysts have argued that the rises were a predictable and transient event, and that we should move on. In this OIES Energy Podcast , Anupama Sen talks to Rahmat Poudineh and David Robinson of the OIES Electricity Research Programme …
 
China’s announcement that it will release oil from its Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) is a hugely significant policy initiative, but it is first and foremost a test of mechanisms rather than an attempt to impact oil markets and flows. In this Podcast, David Ledesma talks to Michal Meidan about the SPR oil release, the drivers and likely implicat…
 
COVID-19 is a global experience that conjoins us all. But we live in very different realities of it. Everyone on earth has been impacted by the virus and the public health measures that have responded to it. Now with vaccines rolling out is the world coming together to move towards the post-pandemic era, or are we entrenching divisions in dangerous…
 
In this podcast, David Ledesma talks to Mike Fulwood, Jack Sharples and Mostefa Ouki about the current gas price rally, the outlook for the winter and potential risks. Mike Fulwood and Jack Sharples discuss the drivers behind the current bull run on gas prices, unpacking the differences in gas supply and demand in the first eight months of 2021 com…
 
This episode examines the fast-evolving Russia–China partnership, notably the security links, and considers the implications this cooperation has for the Euro-Atlantic community as it seeks to simultaneously manage security threats in the Indo-Pacific and Euro-Atlantic regions. Over the past decade the relationship between China and Russia has broa…
 
In this podcast, Bassam Fattouh discusses with David Ledesma oil and gas producers’ strategies in a world transitioning to net-zero, the role of Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) can play in increasing the competitiveness of their energy sector and the importance of developing burden sharing mechanisms that allow the cost of CCUS to be …
 
The inconveniences from COVID-19 may pale in comparison as to what climate change may have in store for us all. Rising temperatures, rising seas, burning forests, and drying rivers aren't just likely - they're guaranteed according to the 2021 IPCC report. Clearly this will impact development both in terms of how projects are carried out, and how in…
 
We are going into episode 2 of our series, “Christianity is Declining and It’s About Time.” We continue our discussion around the statistics of this decline and the numerous podcasters, videos and groups who are deconstructing faith and religion. #Deconstructingfaith #DeconstructingReligion #Christianity #Eschatology #Churchstatistics #Religion #Ch…
 
Canada is considered a world leader in the deployment of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) technologies, with 17 per cent of total installed capacity globally. Strategically, the federal government has positioned carbon capture as an imperative for the continued extraction, processing and utilization of the country’s vast oilsands and …
 
What are the police supposed to do? If it is really about keeping the public safe, why are some members of the public specifically targeted and subjected to frequent surveillance, and why do black Americans continue to die at the hands of the police? It's time to go beyond saying enough is enough, and to start putting policies in place so it happen…
 
This episode examines Russia’s efforts over the past decade to shift its economic focus away from European markets and toward Asia, as part of a wider pivot to the Asia-Pacific initiated by President Putin from 2012 in the face of economic sanctions and a deteriorating relationship with the Euro-Atlantic community. A decade after Moscow launched a …
 
It’s hard to believe that the 20th anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, took place nearly 20 years ago. As they did for so many people and organizations around the world, the events of that day had a profound impact on the Kroc Institute and how it thought about its role as a global hub for peace studies. In this episode, Erin Co…
 
We’re setting the stage for all of the deconstruction conversations, podcasts and writing around the decline of Christianity. We are proposing that it’s about time from multiple perspectives. We’ll look at the historical times that got us to where we are today. We’ll look at why the model of Spiral Dynamics is all about time. And we offer an altern…
 
In a new OIES Energy Podcast, Dr James Henderson and Dr Anupama Sen discuss their new paper on The Energy Transition: Key Challenges for Incumbent and New Players in the Global Energy System, with David Ledesma. The paper attempts to synthesize the key challenges and consequences of the energy transition, both for incumbent actors and new entrants,…
 
In Westminster parliaments the chamber is often divided. The government on one side, and the opposition on the other. They are spaced 2 sword lengths apart - an architectural innovation to prevent repeated bloodshed amid disagreement and misunderstandings arising from dialogue in the house. In as much as modern media gives the sense of constant bic…
 
In this podcast David Ledesma discusses with Christine Brandstätt and Rahmat Poudineh the potential for market-based allocation and differentiation of access rights to network capacity in electricity distribution grids. Traditionally most electricity distribution systems have been allocating network capacity universally and employing listed prices …
 
The bitter irony of the Taliban taking control of Afghanistan on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks makes a re-evaluation of U.S. and global counterterrorism policy more urgent than ever. The latest issue of Peace Policy offers perspectives toward that end with essays by Alistair Millar and David Cortright on guidelines for more ef…
 
If all the world is a stage, then Theatre for Development is about dealing with some of the most troubling moments of that world. Beyond the production of dramatic performance for audiences, the methods of role playing, acting, and diving into the perspective of others is an incredibly powerful tool to explore peace and reconciliation, trauma, and …
 
This episode examines Russia’s emerging strategy for the Red Sea, looking not only at Moscow’s efforts to establish a military base in Sudan, but also its plans to use its regional presence to project influence into Africa, the Middle East and the Indian Ocean. Dr Samuel Ramani, tutor in politics and international studies at the University of Oxfor…
 
The last 20 years has seen considerable growth in the number of floating offshore facilities; mainly for oil and gas production as well as LNG storage and regasification, and more recently for LNG liquefaction. Floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs) for importing LNG, use standardised technology and have become popular since they can gen…
 
The saying goes that countries will often export their strengths. But when it comes to foreign assistance for democracy support, Canada does remarkably little compared to its neighbour to the South and partners in Europe. Inclusive democracy is foundational pillar to Canadian society, and in an era when many countries are teetering towards populism…
 
The floating regasification unit (FRU) arrived at Tema port, Ghana, on May 26 2021 and this unit, in conjunction with the dedicated storage vessel new-build 180,000 m3 Vasant 1, heralds the start of LNG imports into Ghana. In this podcast David Ledesma discusses with Mike Fulwood the Ghana and West African gas market, imports into Ghana from the We…
 
During pandemics our diets change. Dan Dan Noodles and Sourdough bread were the staples of COVID-19. In the 1918 influenza it was oysters. The 17th century plague in Paris was held back by lemonade, and in ancient times, certain foods were reserved for health times, and others for illness. Recipes and cravings aside, COVID-19 toppled the global cul…
 
Laurie Nathan, Director of the Mediation Program at the Kroc Institute talks with Notre Dame undergraduate and graduate students and alumni who have been instrumental in creating the new Accomplice project and website. This site, supported by the Mediation Program, is an effort to elevate decolonial scholarship, conversations, and activism related …
 
With European hub prices climbing to record levels for this time of year, a question that has been increasingly asked by analysts is whether Gazprom is leveraging its market power to maintain such prices, specifically by holding back the amount of gas it is flowing to Europe via Ukraine. In this Podcast David Ledesma talks to Jack Sharples to discu…
 
EPISODE 3 OF GLORIOUS FREEDOM In this 3rd episode of Glorious Freedom we conclude our thoughts on the life conditions of our time. We return to the Biblical Narrative as a guide for the challenges of growth into a new way of thinking and understanding. The first century of transformation was bringing about a new way of seeing God identity. But the …
 
In episode 2 of Glorious Freedom I continue to look at our current life conditions in the numerous ways they compare with first century life conditions. Our life conditions create reactions and responses that produce feelings. So each episode is asking, “what are you feeling today?” The setting for the first century dealt with the transformation of…
 
In this episode, the panel discuss the fast-evolving security environment in the Black Sea region, including the significance of the recent confrontation between the UK warship HMS Defender and Russia’s armed forces in waters off Crimea. Dr Dmitri Gorenburg, Senior Research Scientist at CNA in the US, and Dr Maryna Vorotnyuk, RUSI Research Fellow, …
 
In this episode I want to talk with you about leaving the structure of religion. Humans have always experienced their beliefs in God(s) via external structures or sacred objects. Israel was warned many times about the problems with idols. The evolution of spiritual consciousness has also been tied to temples, shrines, cathedrals, mosques etc. For t…
 
In this new mini-series three GDI academics talk to The University of Manchester’s Dr Nic Gowland about how their research is helping to deliver the UN Sustainable Development Goals for global health, equality and sustainability.More than 80% of South Asia’s farmers are cultivating under two hectares, usually in scattered plots. Most lack access to…
 
Dr Alex Cooley, the Claire Tow Professor of Political Science at Barnard College and Director of Columbia University's Harriman Institute, and Dr Andrey Kortunov, Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council, discuss the recent Geneva summit between Presidents Biden and Putin and its implications for strategic stability between the…
 
In this new mini-series three GDI academics talk to The University of Manchester’s Dr Nic Gowland about how their research is helping to deliver the UN Sustainable Development Goals for global health, equality and sustainability.Research shows that nearly 70% of Indonesians aged 40 and over, with moderate to high cardiovascular risk, don’t receive …
 
Co-directors of the Contending Moderntities initiative, R. Scott Appleby, the Marilyn Keough Dean of the Keough School of Global Affairs, and Atalia Omer, Professor of Religion, Conflict, and Peace Studies at the Kroc Institute, talk with editors and authors of the new book, "Indonesian Pluralities: Islam, Citizenship, and Democracy," published by …
 
In this new mini-series three GDI academics talk to The University of Manchester’s Dr Nic Gowland about how their research is helping to deliver the UN Sustainable Development Goals for global health, equality and sustainability.Prof Stephanie Barrientos has been researching the role of workers for over a decade. Her particular focus is on gender i…
 
Josh Lupo, the Content Writer and Editor for the Contending Modernities Initiative and Classroom Coordinator for Madrasa Discourses, talks with Contending Modernities co-directors Atalia Omer and Ebrahim Moosa about the Inititaive’s focus on decoloniality. Read all blog posts and articles in the decolonial thought series at contendingmodernities.nd…
 
In this episode, hosted by Dr Neil Melvin, Director RUSI International Security Studies, Alexander Gabuev, Senior Fellow and Chair, Russia in the Asia-Pacific Programme at the Carnegie Moscow Center, and Dr Artyom Lukin, Associate Professor at Russia’s Far Eastern Federal University, discuss how Russia’s foreign and security policies in Asia are be…
 
David Cortright, Director of the Global Policy Initiative and Special Advisor for Policy Studies at the University of Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs, and Professor Emeritus of the Practice at the Kroc Institute, talks with the authors from the latest issue of "Peace Policy," a quarterly publication of the Kroc Institute that offers re…
 
For 13 years, Bradley J. Galloway was a fixture in the Canadian racist scene, initially with the Toronto skinhead movement and later in British Columbia as the national leader of Volksfront. But then he walked away. Dr. Kathy Hogarth is a renowned expert in critical race and equity at the University of Waterloo who is interested in transformations …
 
The Passion for For type 1s is ANGER. Type 1s are often called the Reformers and hold themselves to very high standards which is a good quality, right? SO…the deceitfulness of the passions is that it seems GOOD to be conscientious and ethical, with a strong sense of right and wrong. And being ANGRY goes against what seems to be GOOD. So they resist…
 
In this episode, hosted by Dr Neil Melvin, Director RUSI International Security Studies, Richard G Whitman, Professor of Politics and International Relations and a member of the Global Europe Centre at the University of Kent, and Sophia Gaston, Director of the British Foreign Policy Group, discuss how the UK has navigated European issues post-Brexi…
 
Malawi is one of the poorest countries in the world, and has for 4 out of 5 households are food insecure after harvests, HIV/AIDS is with 10% of the population, less than half of students graduate grade 8, and now with climate change and turbulent post-pandemic economies, the country needs committed support from stakeholders that genuinely meet the…
 
John Paul Lederach, profesor emérito de construcción de paz internacional, modera una conversación sobre el trabajo para garantizar la seguridad, los derechos y una sociedad pacífica en Montes de María, Colombia. Los panelistas incluyen a María Lucía Zapata (M.A. '07), Directora del Programa de Maestría en Estudios de Paz y Resolución de Conflictos…
 
John Paul Lederach, professor emeritus of international peacebuilding, moderates a conversatoin on the work to ensure security, rights and a peaceful society in Montes de Maria, Colombia. Panelists include Maria Lucia Zapata (M.A. '07), Director of the M.A. Program in Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution, Javeriana University; Pablo Abitbol, profe…
 
The Barometer Initiative team, part of the Kroc Institute's Peace Accords Matrix Project, is providing real-time monitoring of the Colombian peace accord implementation process. The team just released their fifth comprehensive report on the status of implementation, and discuss the report's main findings. Read the full report at go.nd.edu/KrocFifth…
 
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