Best Foreign Affairs podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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The editors at Foreign Affairs sit down with the experts to discuss their latest articles.
 
The Johns Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs is a monthly podcast discussing the most pressing issues in international relations. Three Johns Hopkins students in the International Studies program will discuss contemporary issues, interview professors and create a fun and lively atmosphere while doing it! This Podcast will not focus on only the Trump administration as many Foreign Affairs podcasts do, but rather, we will address world issues from an international perspective. We hope you enjo ...
 
The State Department's Office of Public Liaison and Intergovernmental Affairs works around the clock to think of how the U.S. Department of State can better engage with the American people by increasing public awareness and involvement in the Department and its work. In order to support an ongoing dialogue, we arrange conference calls and video conference briefings, which we plan to begin broadcasting on Blog Talk Radio. Tune in for insight and updates on US Foreign Policy.
 
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The lads discuss topics such as wealthy pastors, meeting girls in Church and Krept's new girlfriend!
 
Episode 10 features a Special Guest! The lads discuss Carnival 2018 & the importance of sex in relationships
 
The boys discuss Crisps, Carnival and dealing with stressful situations.
 
The lads discuss all the trails & tribulations of growing up in an African Household! With special guest Chowmina.
 
Welcome back to the Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs! Today we chat about U.S. Foreign Policy under President Donald Trump. Will the liberal international order survive? Will the U.S. slip into isolationism? Is Trump “winning” on North Korea? Listen to find out more! We are joined by special guest, Professor Sebastian Schmidt of Johns Hopkins ...…
 
The boys discuss the music industry, UK Music vs Afrobeats and whether or not £100 is too much for a first date. #Ballin
 
Welcome to the first episode of Casual Conversations, a new show on the Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs! Today we chat about Space Weaponization and its effects on the international political system. Should the U.S. pursue space hegemony? Should Bernie Sanders make a televised event while wearing a tinfoil hat? Find out on this snazzy episod ...…
 
Ep. 4 - The boys discuss do's and don'ts of dating... But where is J3?
 
The boys discuss some of the craziest scenarios and ask the question, 'is it mad or not?'
 
The boys discuss the aches and pains of social media. The tale of a blessing and a curse...
 
The boys discuss whether or not 14th Feb 2018 is a day of love & romance or a day of goals & Ronaldo.
 
Discussing the Mexican Elections with Professor Christy Thornton: Welcome to the third episode of the Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs! Today we discuss the upcoming Mexican elections of July 2018 and what their potential effects on the world will be. We are joined by special guest Christy Thornton, assistant professor of Latin American Studi ...…
 
IR Theory & Aliens! Welcome to the first official podcast by the Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs! Today we talk about the three fundamental theories of international relations and how we can apply these theories to an alien invasion. The idea for this podcast stemmed from the book International Politics and Zombies by Daniel Drezner, go read it!…
 
Hopkins Podcast On Foreign Affairs – Pilot Episodes The Johns Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs is a monthly podcast discussing the most pressing issues in international relations. Three Johns Hopkins students in the International Studies program will discuss contemporary issues, interview professors and create a fun and lively atmosphere whil ...…
 
During the recent U.S. presidential campaign, railing against trade became a popular pastime. But it is nothing new. Today on the podcast, we’re looking at how efforts to weaken trade have played out in the past, and whether Trump’s proposed trade policies will do what he promises. Featuring interviews with Eduardo Campanella, a Eurozone econom ...…
 
On the podcast today, Foreign Affairs continues its discussion on the power of populism. Since we recorded the last show, Americans have gone to the polls and elected Donald Trump as the next U.S. president. We’ll be discussing what his victory means for populism around the world, for Europe, and for Latin America. Featuring interviews with For ...…
 
On the podcast today, Foreign Affairs discusses the power of populism. Pankaj Mishra, author of “The Globalization of Rage,” takes a historical view of today’s unrest; Cas Mudde discusses the spread of populism in Europe; and Nadia Urbinati speaks on the best response to populism at home. Don’t miss an episode of ForeignAffairs Unedited, subscr ...…
 
This week, weprovide an intimate look at the changing dynamics of Israel’s relationshipswith its Middle East neighbors, as many of them go through a period of intenseconflict and turmoil. Featuring interviews with Middle East Experts Amos Harel, Steven Cook, and Grant Rumley and hosted by Foreign Affairs Deputy Web Editor Rebecca Chao. Don’t mi ...…
 
The age of global transparency is upon us. Whether you’re using mobile wiretaps, drones, or satellites, surveillance has become cheap and ubiquitous. And governments aren’t the only ones doing it. These days, almost anyone can peek into the lives of the world’s rich and powerful—and expose sensitive information, using new-fangled technologies o ...…
 
In this episode of Foreign Affairs Unedited,we’re looking at Iran’s use of cyberwarfare after the nuclear deal, the comingIranian succession crisis, and Iran’s generational struggle to reconcileenlightenment ideals with political Islam. Hosted by Deputy Managing EditorKatie Allawala and featuring guests Ilan Berman, Alex Vatanka, and ErvandAbra ...…
 
In part two of our Foreign Affairs Unedited series on Russia under Putin, we’re looking at the history of Russian aggression and the country’s recent military reform. Featuring Gideon Rose, Stephen Kotkin, and Demetri Trenin. Don’t miss an episode of Foreign Affairs Unedited, subscribe on iTunes, PodBean, and Stitcher to have this podcast deliv ...…
 
Over the past decade and a half, Vladimir Putin’s Russia hasbeen an economic dynamo and a basket case, an imperfect democracy and a tighteningtyranny, a constructive diplomatic actor and a serial militaryaggressor—sometimes all at once. The only constant has been surprise, as thezigging and zagging has left outside observers, and even many Russ ...…
 
For the most part, when people think of crunching numbers, they imagine charts and graphs. Today on the podcast, we’re exploring unusual ways to look at—or rather, listen to—data. Sound can perhaps present information with more urgency and clarity than a visualization. Since this is Foreign Affairs, and we’re nottracking u-boats underwater, we ...…
 
Everyone knows that China’s economy is slowing. But is it still growing? That depends on what you measure. Today on the podcast, we’re talking with three experts, each with a different take on assessing the Chinese economy. Featuring interviews with recent authors Salvatore Babones, Eduardo Campanella, and Punkaj Ghemawat. Don’t miss an episode ...…
 
In this episode, Foreign Affairs authors discuss how stagnation in Russia and China could lead to anarchy in Eurasia, the role that demographics play in economic stagnation, and what central banks can do to goose growth. Featuring interviews with recent authors Robert Kaplan, Ruchir Sharma, and co-authors Tom Hill and Ian Morris. Don’t miss an ...…
 
With China slumping, energy prices collapsing, and nervousconsumers sitting on their hands, growth has ground to a halt almosteverywhere, and economists, investors, and ordinary citizens are starting toconfront a grim new reality: the world is stuck in the slow lane and nobodyseems to know what to do about it. Listen in as Larry Summers, Zachar ...…
 
Was the Arab Spring a mirage? Did it mean anything? Fiveyears on, we’re looking at how the revolutions panned out in Tunisia and Egypt,and why Turkey lost the Arab Spring. Featuring interviews with CNN's FareedZakaria, Brian Klaas, Marina Ottoway, Nathan Brown, and Merve Tahiroglu. This podcast has been edited and condensed. Visit ForeignAffair ...…
 
Around the world, incomes and wealth for the majority have stagnated even as they have skyrocketed for those at the top. In part two of Foreign Affairs' coverage on inequality, we explore what works and what doesn’t, from Brazil’s Bolsa Familia, to new kinds of taxes, to Donald Trump’s and Bernie Sanders’ own economic proposals. Hear it from th ...…
 
In part one of a two-part series on inequality, we delveinto the rise of economic inequality, when and why it matters, and what to do about it.Featuring Gideon Rose, editor of Foreign Affairs, Allison Schrager, NewYork–based economist and writer, and Ronald Inglehart, professor at the Universityof Michigan. This podcast has been edited and cond ...…
 
Part II of a two-part series highlighting the best Foreign Affairs Unedited podcasts of 2015, we revisit some of our favorite conversations on women and gender from around the world. Featuring interviews with Ira Trivedi on bride trafficking in India, Nadia Hashimi on Afghanistan’s female sons, and Adrienne Mayor on the myth and reality of the ...…
 
Part I of a two-part series highlighting the best Unedited podcasts of 2015, we revisit some of our favorite interviews on Putin: his motivations, his strategy, and his ideology. Featuring interviews with Stephen Kotkin, Gregory Feifer, and Nussaibah Younis and hosted by Deputy Managing Editor, Katie Allawala. This podcast has been edited and c ...…
 
Part II of a two part series on the new Middle East—Gideon Rose, Dan Byman, Cyrus Amir-Mokri, and Hamid Biglari chime in on the United States’ response to ISIS after the Paris attacks, counterterrorism in the Middle East, and Iran’s post-sanction economy.
 
In this edition of Foreign Affairs Unedited, part one of a two part series on the new Middle East, Denise Natali, Natan Sachs, and Jared Cohen discuss who can replace the United States in the region, Israel’s strategy, and how to combat ISIS in the digital age. Read more at ForeignAffairs.com.Music credit FreeMusicArchive.org / The Stealing Orc ...…
 
Steve Hindy, co-founder and chairman of Brooklyn Brewery, talks about his Foreign Affairs article "Ancient Ales," as well as the future of craft brewing around the world.
 
Officials from the U.S. Department of State participate in a discussion with Haitian-Americans and members of the NGO community to discuss reconstruction and recovery efforts six months after the earthquake. Speakers: -Patrick Gaspard, Director, White House Office of Political Affairs -Julissa Reynoso, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Caribbean a ...…
 
Join the following U.S. Department of State Officials for a discussion on Jamaica and neighboring Caribbean countries: Julissa Reynoso, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Caribbean and Central American Affairs, Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, U.S. Department of State Gonzalo Gallegos, Director of the Office of Caribbean Affairs, Bureau of Wes ...…
 
Students participating in the National Student Leadership Conference visited the U.S. Department of State for a briefing. William Burke-White, member of the Secretary of State’s Policy Planning Staff addressed the students on U.S. foreign policy priorities. Dr. Burke-White is on leave from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he tea ...…
 
On April 28, 2010, the Office of Public Liaison hosted a town hall meeting for NGO representatives, business leaders, and academic officials to discuss the White House Entrepreneurship Summit, which took place April 26-27 in Washington, DC. In addition to the in-person audience students and faculty from Babson College, Duke University, and the ...…
 
On April 28, 2010, the Office of Public Liaison hosted a town hall meeting for NGO representatives, business leaders, and academic officials to discuss the White House Entrepreneurship Summit, which took place April 26-27 in Washington, DC. In addition to the in-person audience students and faculty from Babson College, Duke University, and the ...…
 
On April 23, 2010 members of the U.S.-China Peoples Friendship Association visited the State Department in conjunction with their 19th biannual Washington Seminar. While at the State Department, Association members listened to a panel session on a range of issues covering the U.S.-China relationship. Julie Hutto, Economic Officer, Office of Chi ...…
 
Kyle Scott, Director, Office of Russian Affairs, Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs, will discuss the United States' relationship with, and its foreign policy toward Russia. Tune in on Friday, April 16, 2010 at 1:00pmET to listen live!
 
On April 5, 2010, students from Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland visited the State Department during a one-day trip to Washington, D.C. as part of a Politics of Development course. David Bame, Middle East Affairs specialist, discussed State Department priority issues with the students, including Smart Power, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pa ...…
 
Dan Krittenbrink, Director of Chinese and Mongolian Affairs at the US Department of State participated in the 2010 Great Decision Lecture series hosted by the Williamsburg League of Women Voters. Tune in for the conclusion of the show later this week.
 
On Monday, March 29, 2010, the U.S. Department of State will host a video conference discussion with members of the Haitian Diaspora from Boston, Miami,New York, and Washington, DC. Arturo Valenzuela, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, will give a status update on the U.S. Government’s response to the 2010 Haitian Eart ...…
 
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