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Australian Defence Magazine (ADM) is dedicated to reporting the business of defence capability planning and procurement as well as reporting the development of infrastructure to support the ADF. ADM's main objective is to provide an essential communications bridge between defence industry and its single source customer, the Department of Defence. ADM also reports on the budgetary process, the policy development, the capability planning process and the procurement decisions which together pro ...
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The Defence Connect Podcast Network hosts a unique series of podcasts, featuring discussions with key enablers from across the Australian defence industry. The podcasts provide the perfect blend of business intelligence and insights from a range of guests, which include government officials, ADF personnel, industry stakeholders, and members of the academic community. By aligning ourselves with the ADF and the Commonwealth government, we are uniquely placed to deliver a dynamic 360° platform ...
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Berlin Security Beat

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Berlin Security Beat

David Backovsky, Centre for International Security at the Hertie School

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Want to better understand how security practitioners build their careers? What challenges they face? The Berlin Security Beat is back with a second season focused on the careers and experiences of seasoned security practitioners. Tune in and listen to a variety of experts from nuclear analysts, to think tankers, former intelligence officers and human rights professionals.
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Where technology, science, politics, economy & society meet - think, learn and be entertained a little along the way! Interviews, discussions and latest topics & events that you should know about! GARI is a research institute that uses advanced technology, such as AI with Big Data, to visualise, understand and create the ability to manage globalisation.
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This is the official podcast of Clubb Chimera Martial Arts. Episodes provide insight and reflections on training methodology and the subculture of martial arts. Jamie Clubb, the podcast presenter, is a writer and martial arts/self-protection teacher. He promotes critical thinking and progressive training methods.
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The Shephard Defence Podcast tells the stories of the defence industry, trends in military technology and the procurement programmes that get the kit into the hands of the warfighter. In a monthly news roundtable, Shephard Media’s team of international journalists and analysts take deep dives into defence issues, focusing on niche market sectors and looking at where the trends are heading. We also feature content developed by Shephard Studio in cooperation with our partners. If you work in t ...
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Shoot The Defence is one of those football podcasts you either love or hate. We don't use words like "banter" or yell and scream over each other (unlike other pods). Our content may not be to everyone's liking and the things we say may cause offence. However. For a podcast without ANY financial backing and through the power of respect, integrity and realness (it's a word - honest), we've had a vast amount of incredible guests on the show. Don't believe us? Here's a list... Sunday Oliseh - Ju ...
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The most entertaining and enraging stories from mythology told casually, contemporarily, and (let's be honest) sarcastically. Greek and Roman gods did some pretty weird (and awful) things. Liv focuses on Greek and Roman mythology's (mis)treatment of women, the wild things the gods did, and the all around incredible minds of the ancient world. Gods, goddesses, heroes, monsters, and everything in between. Regular episodes every Tuesday, conversations with authors and scholars or readings of an ...
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RCAF Jump Seat

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RCAF Jump Seat

Royal Canadian Air Force

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“This is who we are. This is what we do.” This podcast presents candid conversations with Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) members and veterans. Although the RCAF Defence Team is our primary audience, the topics covered on this podcast should be relevant to anyone who has an interest in Canadian military affairs.
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I'm Cole, a New Zealand-based military veteran with an interest in defence affairs, current events, leadership and personal development. I've always believed that the best knowledge and experience is not necessarily exclusive to high-profile individuals, but rather, it is found in the unsung service people at the top of their game. These are those conversations. https://linktr.ee/asoldiersfive
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In an increasingly complex and hostile climate the battlefield has been set around cyber security. Cyber Security Uncut brings you the key influencers, their stories, and the emerging technology that’s contributing to Australia’s resilience, security and growth. Discover how business, government and our defence force are combating the rising threat of cyber attacks as Australia drives forward in its transition to a digital future. Join Momentum Media’s Phil Tarrant, defence and national secu ...
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The #1 science podcast for kids and their grown-ups. Hosts Mindy Thomas and Guy Raz share stories about the latest news in science, technology, and innovation. Stories that give kids hope, agency and make us all say "WOW"! New episodes come out every Monday for free. Listen 1-week early and to all episodes ad-free with Wondery+, Wondery+ Kids on Apple Podcasts, or Amazon Music with a Prime membership or Amazon Music Unlimited subscription.
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Welcome to Warrior Nation, the UK's only podcast offering a critical lens on the British military and its relationship with civil society. The podcast is produced by ForcesWatch, an organisation dedicated to investigating militarisation and military ethics. From the brutality of basic training, to predatory recruitment practices and lobbying, we expose and challenge unaccountable military power.
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Two Dads and a Lewis join together to form the Triforce! Filled to the brim with dad chat, gaming rambles, life stories and the comedy sci-fi series: Bodega! Join the series either here or on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2wOqWHI
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Defence Watch is a limited series hosted by the Ottawa Citizen’s David Pugliese, who’s covered the Canadian military for more than 30 years. Through a number of wide-ranging interviews with insiders, experts and military personnel, Pugliese takes an in-depth look at a variety of subjects involving the Canadian Forces.
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Conversations about contemporary warfare and what it means for the future of fighting. Each episode will look at how wars are being fought around the world today, whether (and why) this is important, and what it all might mean for militaries and national security in the coming decades.
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Concussion Talk Podcasts will feature interviews with; doctors, physiotherapists, who work in the field of concussion and brain injury, others in the medical field, athletes, trainers, coaches, others in sport, athletics and exercise (such as Pilates, Yoga, and other exercise instructors), and community brain injury and concussion groups, and others! Get bonus content on Patreon Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/concussion-talk-podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for m ...
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What is ASIO? I'm sure you've all heard of it, but do you really know what it does? Is it as sexy as James Bond leads us to believe or is it just part of the political fabric? Who better to give us the ins and outs than former ASIO intelligence officer, now comedian David Callan and National news director at Nova and journalist Michelle Stephenson. I Spied will take a look at the dark underbelly of the intelligence world and give its love-handles a damn good shake. If you think you're being ...
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Jai Hind! If you want to build a career in Indian Armed Forces but are clueless about where to start, this is a must-listen. Tune into Operation Shoorveer with RJ Nishita and Captain Jaydev Joshi (Retd), who served in the Indian Army and is a recipient of the Chief Of Army Staff's Commendation Card. Every week, RJ Nishita poses several questions on what it takes to become a Warrior and Captain a.k.a your professor in the show makes the learning easy and effortless. From the initial applicati ...
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Une station balnéaire truffée de fortifications. Une grande route bordée de tranchées anti-chars. Les satellites ont révélé une partie des vastes défenses construites par la Russie. Traduction : A beach resort bristling with fortifications. A major road lined with anti-tank ditches. Satellite has uncovered some of the extensive defences built by Ru…
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Japan is forbidden by their constitution to use force as a means of settling international disputes, or maintaining military forces with the potential of war. Japan relies heavily on the concept of defence, and how they define it has repercussions for the strategic safety of Japan and its international alliances.Guest: Professor Alessio Patalano (D…
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In this episode of the Cyber Security Uncut podcast, Phil Tarrant and Major General (Ret’d) Dr Marcus Thompson unpack the latest in cyber security, from national security IP theft to the ethics of artificial intelligence (AI). The pair begin the podcast by unpacking recent US defence technology data theft cases and recent concerns from the FBI on t…
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During LIMA 2023 the defence ministry signed a record value of 10 billion ringgit in deals, announced a RM2 billion cost overrun in the Littoral Combat Ships, but failed to present our National Defence Industry Policy Blueprint. And as a maritime country, are we paying too much emphasis on the airforce and army, and less so on our navy. We speak wi…
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What is the Defence Strategic Review, and why does it matter? What does it mean for Australian strategy and defence in this contested era? And how will it shape the way the Australian Defence Force and Department of Defence adapt to the risks facing the nation? In this episode of the National Security Podcast, co-lead of the 2023 Defence Strategic …
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While Australia's relationship with China is on the mend, Defence Minister Richard Marles says China is still 'a significant source of anxiety' for our national security;Papua New Guinea and the United States sign a new defence agreement;And a warning that efforts to reduce smoking rates are in danger of stalling.…
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One year on from starting the podcast, the production team persuaded me to answer some of the most popular questions that get sent into the show. In this episode we cover the three top issues posed to us: (1) What havent we covered that is important and why? (2) Are the latest set of Defence Reviews any good? (3) what are Western states learning fr…
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In this episode, Grant McHerron & Ewen Levick talk with Brigadier (Retd) Ian Langford, formerly Head of Land Capability with Army, about his views on the Defence Strategic Review and AUKUS. We discuss the DSR's implications for Army’s role and a rebalancing with fewer IFVs but more long range strike. The discussion explores whether Defence can recr…
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Should Christians defend themselves when criticised or simply turn the other cheek (1 Corinthians 9:1-18)? The Apostle provides the answer by defending his apostleship not out of pride but to protect the Scriptures of which he is the author and the interests of the gospel of God's grace and those who preach it.…
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Philosopher Susan Neiman talks to Brendan O’Neill about her new book, Left Is Not Woke. Susan and Brendan discuss the woke’s abandonment of progress, the rebirth of racial tribalism and the dangers of valorising victimhood. Get your tickets to the launch of Brendan O’Neill’s new spiked book, A Heretic’s Manifesto. Brendan will be interviewed by And…
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The Black Sea has been called a Russian lake before. Perhaps it was again after 2008: Russia used the Black Sea for its invasion of Georgia, as a key avenue for attack during the annextion of Crimea (2014), for actions in Syria (2015 onwards), and for the latest attacks on Ukraine (starting in 2022). Yet despite a burgeoning military presence, the …
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What challenges does China pose to Australia’s security? And have the recent policy responses from Australian Governments been effective? In this episode of the National Security Podcast, Dr Euan Graham, IISS Shangri-La Dialogue Senior Fellow, discusses his new book, Australia's Security in China's Shadow, with Professor Rory Medcalf in front of a …
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The US House of Representatives voted to raise the debt ceiling last night. Plus, in part two of our housing series, the FT’s Persis Love explores a niche solution to skyrocketing rents in the UK, called homesharing. Mentioned in this podcast: US closer to avoiding historic default as House advances debt ceiling bill Homesharing offers a cheaper al…
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A new report by the World Bank, made in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, highlighted that while some progress has been made, Malaysia has not met critical targets in the National Education Blueprint. We speak to Aija Rinkinen, Senior Education Specialist from the World Bank on the findings of the report and how early childhood care and…
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Singapore Temasek Holding’s decided to cut the pay of the staff responsible for the failed 275 US million dollar investment in bankrupt FTX, in an unprecedented move for collective accountability and good governance. We speak with Elsa Satkunasingam from Asia School of Business, and what this could mean for Malaysia’s Government-Linked Investment C…
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As six states in Peninsular Malaysia gear up for the state elections, what can be done to prevent hate speech and false information from spreading online? We discuss the findings of a recent study on GE15 social media trends for lessons learned with Watshlah Naidu of the Centre for Independent Journalism. Image by: VDB Photos / Shutterstock.com…
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Lorraine Heggessey, former controller of BBC One and Head of Children's BBC talks to Adam about the future of Phillip Schofield and ITV, which has launched a review into its handling of a relationship between and the presenter and his colleague.We also talk about how governments are gearing up to regulate artificial intelligence with Joe Tidy, the …
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Triforce Mailbag Special 14! We're busting into our bulging mail sacks once again with some easy haikus, Pimpus von Ballgag, The Final Fantasy Hero: Clive, Sips' poor memory of Armageddon and much, much more! Go to http://joinhoney.com/triforce to get PayPal Honey for free. Support your favourite podcast on Patreon: https://bit.ly/2SMnzk6 Music cou…
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Il est difficile de ne pas être accepté tel que l'on est. C'est encore plus difficile lorsque les personnes qui ne vous acceptent pas sont vos parents. Traduction : It's hard to not be accepted for who you are. It's harder still if the ones not accepting you are your parents. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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China has called for “stable and constructive” ties with the US in a meeting with Elon Musk and some Wall Street companies are building their own digital markets trading platforms to compete with crypto companies. Plus, the FT’s Nicholas Megaw explains why investment funds have become a bigger insider trading risk for US lawmakers than buying share…
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Economic recovery across the world has been a mixed bag and poses a challenge for our local exporters. We ask Callum Chen, President of Malaysian Consortium of Mid-Tier Companies how businesses are faring, government support, and is a weaker ringgit beneficial for their export growth and profit margins? Image by: Shutterstock…
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A year has passed since a new Labor government took power after nine years occupying the opposition benches. Over this time, the new government has prioritised the deepening of genuine partnerships with states across Asia and the Pacific, particularly in its foreign policy narratives. At the same time, Australia has also made decisive moves in the …
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On 16 May, the EU Deforestation Regulation (EUDR) was adopted by the Council of the European Union. What impact does this have on the Malaysian agriculture sectors which are impacted? And are the small stakeholders ready? Khor Yu Leng for Principal at Segi Enam Advisors gives us her views. Image by: Shutterstock…
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Cambodia will hold general elections on 28 July - but it's a foregone conclusion that Prime Minister Hun Sen and his party, the CPP will win after the only opposition party was barred from participating. Who is in place to eventually replace Hun Sen and what does the succession mean for the future of Cambodia? We discuss the political landscape in …
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Number 10 deny a cover-up over Boris Johnson’s Covid Whatsapp messages. The Covid inquiry has demanded that the former PM hand over unredacted messages, diaries and notebooks by Thursday. Adam talks it all through with political correspondent Alex Forsyth and the Institute for Government’s Catherine Haddon, who also teaches ministers the do’s and d…
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When the Israelites traded slavery in Egypt for freedom in the wilderness (1 Cor. 10:1-5), God provided for them in six specific ways which foreshadowed his provision for believers under the stii-future new covenant. They gained no profit because of their unbelief but those who embrace God's provisions in the gospel of grace reap rich rewards.…
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Un téléphone portable équipé d'une caméra a secrètement, et de manière instable, capturé une confrontation directe à l'intérieur d'une voiture entre une femme et un taliban. Traduction : A camera phone has secretly, and shakily, captured a direct confrontation inside a car between a woman and a Taliban. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megap…
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Geprgia Banjo is currently a correspondent for The Economist and you can read her cover story about Britain's NHS (National Health Service) here. Long before joining the economist she was dealt a serious, perspective changing health event herself, encephalitis. She was only 16 at the time and after university and when she deemed she was "recovered"…
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Why was Thebes the way it was? Why was the Sphinx sent there, and was it Laius' fault? We're looking at all the Sphinxian background to Oedipus Tyrannos. Help keep LTAMB going by subscribing to Liv's Patreon for bonus content! CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and typically involves gods and/or monsters, I'm not a…
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Democrats and Republicans are confident they can pass a deal to avert a US debt default, the lira slides after Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is re-elected, and ageing populations are causing government credit ratings to take a hit. Mentioned in this podcast: Debt ceiling fight shifts to Congress as lawmakers prepare for first votes Turkey’…
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Henry Ajder, a globally recognised advisor, speaker, and broadcaster working at the frontier of the generative AI and synthetic media revolution. AI-generated deep fakes - their current and future impact, synthetic media How to do news sourcing and verifications and break breaking news as soon as possible? especially when Twitter has become the pla…
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A proposal has been mooted to create a Johor Singapore economic region, which would further cement the existing economic and social ties across the Johor straits. Which sectors will benefit the most from this economic zone? We speak with Dr Francis Hutchinson, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak, Coordinator of the Malaysia Studies Programme on the issues and challe…
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Does Malaysia face an uphill battle battling its neighbours to attract tourist arrivals and spend? Governments in Asean are spending big dollars to promote tourism to help the recovery. But here in Malaysia, Penang Island has just placed restrictions on AirBnB short term rentals. We speak with Hannah Pearson, Founder, Pear Anderson, to find out the…
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The Thai Election Commission has confirmed the results of the recent elections but with no party winning the required 376 seats, coalition discussions have started. Does the Move Forward Party which won the most seats have the upper hand or will the Pheu Thai party succeed? Dr Greg Raymond, Senior Lecturer at Australia National University tells us.…
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Une guitare brisée par Kurt Cobain, le regretté leader du groupe de rock américain Nirvana, a été vendue aux enchères pour près de 600 000 dollars. Traduction : A guitar smashed by Kurt Cobain, the late frontman of US rock band Nirvana, has sold at auction for nearly $600,000. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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The survivors try to drag and hack dead crops from the ground and, high on the moor, Ruth's baby is born. A moment of hope and joy? Don't be daft! You can get my new book, ATTACK WARNING RED: HOW BRITIAN PREPARED FOR NUCLEAR WAR here: https://linktr.ee/attackwarningred Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Mindy’s in the market for some new magnets, but Reggie is late meeting her at the mall. Do magnets have something to do with bird vagrancy? Join Mindy and Guy as they meet the mysterious Magnet Mike, learn how birds are affected by the Earth’s magnetic field. It's the who, what, when, where, how and WOW of magnets! Visit https://bit.ly/3owDW5a for …
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In the first of this four-part series, the renowned FT columnist and economist Martin Wolf tells the FT’s executive opinion editor Jonathan Derbyshire why he fears the marriage of liberal economics and democracy may be facing its toughest test in decades. Drawing on arguments in his latest book, The Crisis of Democratic Capitalism, Martin explains …
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