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European Buddha

European Buddhist Union

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Discover the essence of Buddhism in the Western landscape with the 'European Buddha Podcast', presented by the European Buddhist Union. Through firsthand experiences, intimate conversations, and real-life stories, we delve into the heart of Buddhist teachings, offering a multifaceted perspective on spirituality and its role in shaping society. Join us on this enlightening journey, whether you're new to Buddhism or seeking fresh insights into its timeless wisdom. Most of the guests are select ...
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Future is Blue

Funcas Europe - Agenda Pública

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Future is blue is a series of podcasts promoted by Funcas Europe bringing together academia, think tanks and policymakers for a more inspiring debate about European economic affairs
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EU Confidential is a weekly European news and politics podcast published every Friday by POLITICO Europe. Each 30-minute episode features POLITICO’s analysis of the top stories driving EU politics, as well as notable guests shaping European policy and deep-dive stories from around the Continent. It’s hosted by Sarah Wheaton, POLITICO’s chief policy correspondent, who is joined by reporters from around Europe. Discover our show notes for EU Confidential here: https://www.politico.eu/eu-confid ...
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Today in the EU is the first daily podcast dedicated to politics and policy in the European Union. Every morning at 6 am, hosts Evi Kiorri and Giada Santana, in conversation with Euractiv’s specialised journalists, discuss the latest in the EU bubble. Tune in to be informed about what is going on in the EU, in less than fifteen minutes. The podcast covers a wide range of topics, including EU politics and institutions, elections, shifts in political power among EU parties (EPP, PES, ALDE, GUE ...
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What do you and I need from the European Union? And what can Europe realistically offer us? Our journalists across the EU are meeting European citizens to find out what they expect from the EU in 2024 - and beyond.
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The Euractiv Events podcasts is the audio version of our policy debates and stakeholder forums. These events bring together relevant EU institution policymakers with industry stakeholders and NGOs to discuss the most important policies being developed in Europe.
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The major concepts of the European History curriculum simplified so that you can excel. Robert Lynde has been teaching various courses of European History for over twenty years and he has helped thousands of students pass their AP Tests.
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#VOTEHOME

Narcis George Matache and Zoé Elkær Nicot

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As an EU citizen residing in Denmark, have you considered voting for candidates in Denmark? #VOTEHOME is an English-speaking podcast, in which we interview Danish lead candidates for the EU parliament! You will learn who is your choice for the elections on the 9th of June 2024.
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UACES Podcasts | Ideas & Experts on Europe

UACES: the association for European Studies

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Listen to experts on Europe from the leading association for contemporary European Studies, UACES. UACES is a global membership organisation for academics, students and practitioners who are interested in all aspects of Europe and the European Union. More on https://www.uaces.org
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Europe Climate Connection

Climate Action Network Europe

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A podcast dedicated to climate action across Europe. Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe hosts inspirational guests from civil society organisations working on the ground to fight the climate crisis. Each episode dives into a different climate change or energy transition topic giving you the what, who, why and how from specialists across the continent and beyond. So sit back, relax and enjoy critical conversations that hope to spark a change! More information about CAN Europe via caneurope.o ...
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Center for West European Studies & EU Jean Monnet Center

The Center for West European Studies and EU Center

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The University of Washington's Center for West European Studies is a Jean Monnet Center of Excellence. For more than 25 years, the center has developed a well-earned reputation for implementing innovative teaching, outreach, and research programs in the study of Europe, the EU and and transatlantic relations. The center's activities are co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union.
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China Global

The German Marshall Fund

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China’s rise has captivated and vexed the international community. From defense, technology, and the environment, to trade, academia, and human rights, much of what Beijing does now reverberates across the map. China Global is a new podcast from the German Marshall Fund that decodes Beijing’s global ambitions as they unfold. Every other week, host Bonnie Glaser will be joined by a different international expert for an illuminating discussion on a different aspect of China’s foreign policy, t ...
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PESPod - the insiders' guide to the EU labour market

Mark Bothe Audioservices, European PES Network, David Poyser

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The PES podcast has the latest exciting news on the work of the Public Employment Services (PES) in the EU. The monthly podcasts are produced by the European PES Network. PES experts and researchers discuss a current labour market topic for everyone with an interest in the European labour market.
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Eurofound is a tripartite European Union Agency, based in Dublin. Our role is to provide knowledge to assist in the development of better social, employment and work-related policies. #EurofoundTalks provides insights from our experts on issues impacting people's work and lives throughout Europe and beyond. Give us your feedback at media@eurofound.europa.eu, find out more about our work at https://www.eurofound.europa.eu/.
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The ConsEUmer Podcast

Consumer Choice Center

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The ConsEUmer Podcast is a weekly program that covers the news & politics of the European Union and its member states. Produced by the Consumer Choice Center, we focus on consumer issues such as free trade, science-based policy-making, product safety, and privacy — but we won't shy away from commentary on the day to day of the European Union's institutions. Stay tuned for exclusive interviews with policy-makers and experts, hosted by our Senior Policy Analyst Bill Wirtz.
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The Future of Life Institute (FLI) is a nonprofit working to reduce global catastrophic and existential risk from powerful technologies. In particular, FLI focuses on risks from artificial intelligence (AI), biotechnology, nuclear weapons and climate change. The Institute's work is made up of three main strands: grantmaking for risk reduction, educational outreach, and advocacy within the United Nations, US government and European Union institutions. FLI has become one of the world's leading ...
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Green Wave

Green Wave - Green European Journal

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Green Wave showcases some of the best articles from the Green European Journal - Europe’s leading political ecology magazine offering green & progressive ideas and analysis. For the text version of the articles and printed editions go to greeneuropeanjournal.eu, or follow the journal on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @GreenEUJournal.
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Sixteen Million Rising is the UK's original and now longest running Pro-European radio show and podcast! ​ With a new show, every 7 days available for free on the popular Mixcloud platform, we're passionately opposed to the damage Brexit is doing to the UK, its citizens and our friends and colleagues in the European Union. ​ Our objective is to Rejoin the EU. Through our weekly radio show, reaching up to 62,000 supporters, we aim to expose the litany of lies still being sold to the British p ...
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GOOSE Talks

Project GOOSE

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Project GOOSE podcast covers tendering topics and opportunities in Viet Nam, Colombia, Chile, Norway, Japan, and Serbia. Our main focus on those markets will be on Green Economy, Smart Health, ICT, and Smart Cities. Together we will explore the challenges and best practices of tendering featuring experts, buyers, and successful bidders.Learn more at www.projectgoose.euThe content of this podcast represents the views of the author only and is his/her sole responsibility; it cannot be consider ...
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Hi. I’m Paul Adamson, the founder and editor of E!Sharp, an online magazine about the European Union and its place in the world. These podcasts are me “in conversation with” personalities that I think have interesting things to say and who may not be known to wider audiences. The conversations are deliberately informal and are designed to be illuminating as well as, hopefully, entertaining.
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Kuwait Aid Network (KAN) was founded in June 2020 amidst a global pandemic in an effort to alleviate food insecurity. Now, as a growing not-for-profit, KAN works with migrant workers to provide food, sanitary supplies, and legal aid among the many other difficulties that migrant workers face. As we continue to tackle these issues, we decided to share our experiences in the field to you all at home. In 2020 KAN was awarded the European Union Chaillot Prize for Human Rights for its Human Right ...
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Clarifying the path towards tokenization through connecting, educating, and identifying what is needed. The multi-disciplinary aspect of tokenization implies that representatives from various parts of society all need to engage, reflected in the foundation's participants and the support from multiple ministries, the industry, universities, and many other (international) institutions. 2Tokens is a public project financed in the context of the response of the European Union on the COVID-19 pan ...
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EU Watchdog Radio is a bi-weekly podcast launched by two Brussels NGO's: Counter Balance and Corporate Europe Observatory. In each episode, we dive deeper into topics that relate to our activities in Brussels. Whether it be steps to increase transparency of lobbies in the EU or how to tackle public investment in a way that works for everyone. We explore it all, right here at EU Watchdog Radio!
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LabourStart is the news and campaigning website of the international trade union movement. Founded in 1998, we are the web's best source of trade union news, uploaded by our volunteers in dozens of languages. Our online campaigns, offered free of charge to trade unions, often help win victories for workers around the world. And from time to time, we hold Global Solidarity Conferences in different cities. Please visit our website at https://www.labourstart.org and support with a donation (if ...
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Europa Felix

Felix Ronkes Agerbeek

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Europa Felix is an interview podcast for European law professionals and enthusiasts. Listen every once in a while to an inspiring conversation with a rising star, hidden genius or luminary in the field of European law. In English or in Dutch. Follow the show in your favourite podcast app and get new episodes as they become available. You can find transcripts on www.europafelix.eu.
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Democracy Support Dialogues is a brand-new monthly podcast that will explore the European Union’s democracy support in the Eastern and Southern Neighbourhoods. From the best practices to the shortcomings of Europe’s democracy support agenda in its Neighbourhoods, this 12-part series will walk through the policies of a variety of institutions and states to harness our collective democratic knowledge. Join the host, Fabian Schöppner, as he speaks with a range of guests and experts on democracy ...
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Game Development Philippines

International Trade Centre

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The Game Development Philippines podcast publishes current and in-depth conversations with game dev industry leaders from the Philippines. The podcast covers topics such as setting up a game development studio, building successful mobile games, as well as supporting live ops and gamer care with external service providers and mobile game monetization. The podcast is funded under the Arise+ Philippines project, implemented by the UN International Trade Centre (ITC) in close collaboration with ...
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DGT Radio — Radio Lingvistika

DGT Radio - Radio Lingvistika

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Radio conversations exploring topics that are relevant to DGT translators' work (English or French). Contact: DGT-RADIO@ec.europa.eu © European Union 2022. For any use or reproduction of elements that are not owned by the EU, permission may need to be sought directly from the respective right holders. Music: Title: Days Past. Author: In Closing. Source: In Closing - Days Past (auboutdufil.com). Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.fr
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Talking Progress

Das Progressive Zentrum

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Tune into Talking Progress, the podcast about ideas that matter. The Berlin-based think tank "Das Progressive Zentrum" (The Progressive Centre) is gathering the most pressing political debates and perspectives from Berlin to San Francisco, all in one place. Whether you're a seasoned activist, a curious observer, or someone looking to deepen your understanding of progressive values and policies, Talking Progress is your guide to staying informed, inspired, and empowered. So subscribe now and ...
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Europe Calling

European Commission, Directorate-General for Communication

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From the Recovery Plan for Europe to the response to the war in Ukraine, the European Commission is the driving force behind the most ambitious policies. How are they affecting the lives of Europeans? The “Europe Calling” podcast features interviews with key EU decision-makers and experts.
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Europe after coronavirus

OpenEUdebate, Agenda Pública, Luis Bouza, Álvaro Oleart

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A series of ten podcasts by the Jean Monnet OpenEUdebate network. Each podcast features debates among experts from academia, civil society and politics on the effect of the pandemic on different scenarios for the future of the European Union. This podcast series has been made with the financial support of the European Union Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). The podcasts only reflect the views of the speakers and the Commission and the Agency cannot be held responsi ...
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The Agora is a podcast created by the team behind MacroPolis. It’s a political and economic analysis website based in Athens. In this podcast series, we examine political, economic and social developments in Greece. But our podcasts will also look at what’s happening in the world around us. We provide listeners with insight from our own experts and analysis from special guests. If you enjoy intelligent, lively discussion and want the bigger picture, join us for a stroll through the Agora. To ...
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This week, we spoke with Esther Lynch, the General Secretary of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC). The ETUC represents 45 million members from 93 trade union organisations in 41 European countries, plus 10 European Trade Union Federations. In a wide-ranging discussion, we spoke about the upcoming European elections and why they matter f…
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Carlos Carnicero Urabayen spoke with Hans Dubois, a Senior Research Manager at Eurofound, about the pressing issue of housing affordability in Europe. The discussion covered the factors driving unaffordable housing, the impact on different demographic groups, particularly young people, and the effectiveness of various policy measures being implemen…
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China’s rate of economic growth has slowed markedly in recent years. According to Chinese government statistics, the economy grew by 5.2% in 2023. There are numerous challenges: weak consumer confidence, mounting local government debt, and a real estate market that used to fuel the economy, but is now in a prolonged downturn. Many economists, inclu…
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As the European Parliament elections approach, the Greens are broadening their focus beyond environmental policies to address issues that resonate more with the general electorate, like security, defence, and housing. They are also positioning themselves as the sole alternative to the far-right, which has heavily politicised climate change in a bid…
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This week on SMR, there are no prizes for guessing - none at all! So, here we are and THIS is IT! Election 2024 lays before us like a sleeping dragon with a penchant for unpredictability, no sense of direction and a totally untreatable case of "WTF?" Over the next 7 weeks, we'll be bringing you our "Big Election Takeaway!" - every 7 days with all t…
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Regional revitalization – driven by green policies and technological advancements – is a key priority across Europe, and it is clear that this transformation is most urgent in rural, post- industrial, and suburban areas adjacent to major cities. The role of large companies that operate in these areas cannot be overstated. Their contributions, spann…
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The European Commission identifies buildings in the EU as the primary energy consumer, accounting for 40% of our energy consumption and 36% of greenhouse gas emissions. In December 2021, the European Commission adopted a legislative proposal to revise the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, as part of the so-called ‘Fit for 55’ package. In M…
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Nicklas Verne from Konservative / Conservative People's Party sat with us to talk about his bid for the EU parliament. 1:03 - Part I: The Candidate - who is Nicklas? 17:23 - ⏱️Yes/No Questions 20:18 - Part II The Union 🇪🇺 33:05 - 🎯 EU Trivia 38:21 - Part III: The Citizen 50:00 - Part IV: The Identity 56:48 - 💡 Fact/Fiction Challenge 59:50 - Outro: …
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Jonas Pullich from Venstre / Denmark's Liberal Party sat with us to talk about his bid for the EU parliament. 0:55 - Part I: The Candidate - who is Jonas ? 6:57 - ⏱️Yes/No Questions 11:09 - Part II The Union 🇪🇺 25:58 - Part III: The Citizen 33:55 - 💡 Fact/Fiction Challenge 36:07 - Outro: Go Vote! Follow Jonas on Twitter/X or Instagram! Long Term So…
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Around the globe, the number of citizens who show unwavering support for democracy is on the rise but there are also more and more of those voting for leaders who may undermine democracy. Today, for the first time ever, more than half of the global population supports such leaders. We spoke to United Nations Development Programme's Pedro Conceiçao …
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2024 marks the year of another significant change in the EU’s political composition. Every five years, EU leaders collectively determine the EU's political priorities, a process occurring in conjunction with the European Parliament elections and preceding the appointment of each European Commission. Kicked off by the European elections in early Jun…
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Christian Nunes joins the podcast to discuss deepfakes, how they impact women in particular, how we can protect ordinary victims of deepfakes, and the current landscape of deepfake legislation. You can learn more about Christian's work at https://now.org and about the Ban Deepfakes campaign at https://bandeepfakes.org Timestamps: 00:00 The National…
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Four Dutch parties, including Geert Wilders’ far-right Party for Freedom, have agreed on a government programme emphasising nationalism and a tougher stance on Europe. They plan to seek opt-outs from some European policies, particularly migration, despite knowing these efforts will likely fail. Does this mean they’re going for a strategy of confron…
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This is your essential (and entertaining!) guide to the upcoming European election — everything you've wanted to know but been too afraid to ask. With the crucial vote just two weeks away, we reached out to you, our European and American listeners, on social media and collected the most pressing election-related questions. Both veterans of the Brus…
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In this episode we talk about the incoming Dutch government, a new CCC project in Europe called EU Tech Loop, and we host EPICENTER Director Adam Bartha to discuss the protests in Georgia against the foreign agents law, and how the law will jeopardise the relationship between Georgia and the EU. May 23, 2024 Follow ConsEUmer wherever you get your p…
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Candidates across the political spectrum are meeting twice this week to confront their adversaries and share on a public stage,their vision for Europe. So, what did they have to say about the state of the EU economy, and what are their priorities for the next mandate? In the latest episode of Today in the EU, we sat down with Euractiv’s Economy Rep…
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Earlier this month there were giant protests across Argentina following the attempts by the country's new president, Javier Gerardo Milei, to impose his dystopian vision on the country. Milei's government is cracking down on workers' rights, downsizing and privatising much of the public sector, and triggering a huge increase in unemployment and pov…
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Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico was shot five times on 15 May in an assassination attempt that shocked Europe. The attack has brought the issue of violence against politicians back into the discourse and raised some questions about Slovakia as well: What is the current state of the Slovak political scene and how can stability be achieved? To …
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Join us on 'Next Steps for KAN: Expansion' as we navigate the exciting journey ahead for Kuwait Aid Network (KAN). In this podcast episode, we explore the ambitious plans and strategic initiatives aimed at broadening KAN's reach and impact across borders. Tune in as we embark on this transformative mission to create a more interconnected and resili…
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‘Invisible heroes’ of the European Union. ‘Voice’ of the EU institutions. ‘A line of soldiers’ marching on a battlefield. These are some of the images used by scholars to describe EU translators at work. Prof. Łucja Biel, from the University of Warsaw, shares with us her fascination with the ‘complex phenomenon’ of EU translations and the developme…
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As Israel widens the scope of its invasion of Gaza to the southern city of Rafah, four EU countries might soon officially recognize the state of Palestine, in line with the long-touted proposal for a 'two-state solution' to the Israel-Palestine conflict. It is hard to tell whether the move will have any positive effect on ceasefire negotiations. Eu…
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This week on SMR, I'm talking a right load of shit! No, not... what I mean is... oh, you understand! And before you say, "Water big fuss about nothing!" wait until you hear the TRUTH about the state of UK Water - it's a absolute disgrace! With our privately owned Water Companies losing billions of gallons through broken pipes and billions of pounds…
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Ireland and Spain are to grant formal recognition to a Palestine state as soon as this month. The move puts Dublin and Madrid at odds with most other EU states and with the United States. Sweden is the only other state to have recognised Palestine during its membership of the EU, and that was a decade ago. In this episode, Tony Connelly, the Europe…
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The Pfizergate scandal broke in 2021, revealing that during the pandemic, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen had negotiated a contract for 1.8 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses with Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla via mobile phone texts that remain undisclosed to this day. Today, the case returns to the Belgian courts but the lingering questi…
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Ursula von der Leyen made a promise this week: if she secures another term as president of the European Commission, she will prioritize beefing up the EU's defenses against malicious disinformation from Moscow. It's a top-of-agenda issue for many in Brussels and across the bloc, with less than a month until the European election and hostile actors …
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Decarbonising the heating and cooling sector is central to achieving the energy transition. This is recognised in the European Green Deal and the ‘Fit for 55’ package, as without increasing the share of renewables in this sector, our energy and climate targets cannot be achieved cost-effectively. Within the heating sector, district heating is provi…
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Ms Balnanosienė's journey into the realm of employment services is not just a career choice but a legacy linked to her family history. Reflecting on her roots, she fondly recalls her grandparents, whose dedication to public service instilled in her a passion for helping others and contributing to her country. As she puts it, "New challenges are a g…
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Kira Marie Peter-Hansen from Socialistisk Folkeparti / The Green Left sat with us to talk about her bid for the EU parliament. 1:13 - Part I: The Candidate - who is Kira ? 6:15 -⏱️Yes/No Questions 11:27 - Part II The Union 🇪🇺 25:50 - 🎯 EU Trivia 28:47 - Part III: The Citizen 35:36 - Part IV: The Identity 41:24 - 💡 Fact/Fiction Challenge 43:09 - Par…
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Fabio Fernandes is helping us unpack the latest tech news this week. We're talking about why your iPhone's battery is draining way too quickly, and what we make of the latest innovations in LLM's, as well as Sam Altman's idea for "Universal Basic Compute". Follow Fabio on X @DeFariaeSilva. May 16, 2024 Follow ConsEUmer wherever you get your podcast…
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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has started touring member states to rally support for her second mandate and strengthen relationships with national centre-right leaders. The latest visits were to Split, Croatia, and the Italian capital Rome. Our politics reporter Max Griera, who followed von der Leyen across Europe for four days…
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Democracy Support Dialogues is a podcast that takes a closer look at the European Union's support for democratic politics in its Eastern and Southern Neighbourhoods. This bonus episode features a recording of an online panel discussion on 10 May 2024 of the Georgian government's proposed foreign agent draft law, which was passed on 13 May 2024. The…
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In our latest Centre for European Reform podcast our director Charles Grant and Dr Yu Jie, senior research fellow on China at Chatham House's Asia Pacific programme, join podcast host Octavia Hughes to discuss China's shifting foreign policy. They analyse the success of Beijing's European charm offensive, the strength of Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinpi…
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Democracy Support Dialogues is a podcast that takes a closer look at the European Union's support for democratic politics in its Eastern and Southern Neighbourhoods. This forth episode features two separate conversations on EU democracy support policies with two senior fellows from the Istituto Affari Internazionali in Rome, Italy. The first half c…
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North Macedonia, one of the six Western Balkans EU hopefuls, inched closer towards membership of the European Union after accession talks were launched in July 2020. But the country’s newly elected president, hailing from the nationalist VMRO party, which won the parliamentary election this month, refused to use the country's official name at her i…
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In a special edition of Eurofound Talks, Mary McCaughey is joined by Eurofound Executive Director Ivailo Kalfin and Ivan Krastev, Chairman of the Centre for Liberal Strategies and permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna, to look at the political, social and economic drivers in Europe and how they might influence voters at the…
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Forests play a vital role in climate change adaptation and mitigation. They act as carbon sinks and preserve biodiversity and ecosystems. Yet, climate change is increasingly causing extreme weather conditions, and damages such as wildfires, windstorms and floods are harming forests all over Europe. To address these challenges, the European Commissi…
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Welcome to 'KAN’s Research, ' a podcast episode that explores the cutting-edge research initiatives driving innovation within Kuwait Aid Network (KAN). Join us as we delve into the latest findings, methodologies, and insights generated by KAN-supported projects spanning diverse fields such as health, education, and sustainable development. We uncov…
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In the past few weeks, China’s relations with Latin America and the Caribbean have been making headlines. Newsweek published an exclusive story about plans to create a Chinese-run special economic zone on the island of Antigua that will have a port, a dedicated airline, its own customs and immigration procedures, and be able to issue passports. An …
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Much has changed over the past two decades: The EU has evolved and expanded, with thirteen new members. The 2004 Big Bang enlargement altered Europe's geopolitical landscape and, though its pace has slowed since then, new member states continue to influence and shape the EU's agenda and policies. In this episode, we’re looking together with Alexand…
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This week on SMR, we're thrilled to welcome former Pie Minster, Liv Struss to the show! Naturally, we talk about a range of meaty topics, but mostly... "GROWTH!" Yes, our special guest this week is another of our new comedy heroes, the hilariously talented, Nerine Skinner who makes a rather surprising admission concerning her most famous character!…
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The Double-Helix Entanglements of Transnational Advocacy: Moral Conservative Resistance to SOGI Rights in EuropePhillip M. Ayoub is a professor in the Department of Political Science at University College London and Editor of the European Journal of Politics and Gender. He is the author of three books, including When States Come Out: Europe’s Sexua…
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Why do women of all socio-economic backgrounds accumulate less wealth than men? Why do marital separations impoverish women while they do not prevent men from remaining or becoming wealthy? In her new book co-authored with Sibylle Gollac, The Gender of Capital: How Families Perpetuate Wealth Inequalities (Harvard University Press, 2023), Céline Bes…
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