show episodes
 
Life in Germany, as seen through the eyes of outsiders. Featuring the stories of foreigners who moved to Germany - either temporarily or permanently - and tips and advice for life in Germany. Get an inside view of the joys, the frustrations, and the quirks of adapting to the culture and learning German. New episodes every Wednesday.
 
TOP SECRET Personal Attention, SpyCast Listeners Known to be the podcast real spies listen to -(STOP)- eavesdrop on conversations with high level sources from around the world -(STOP)- spychiefs molehunters defectors covert operators analysts cyberwarriors technologists debriefed by SPY Historian Hammond -(STOP)- stories secrets tradecraft and technology discussed -(STOP)- museum confirmed to have greatest collection of artifacts on the subject anywhere in the world -(STOP)- podcast rumored ...
 
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.
 
Everywhere you look these days terrorism and violent extremism dominate the headlines. Whether you follow what is happening in Afghanistan or Iraq, or in the West writ large, we are inundated with news of attacks by groups and individuals fighting for a 'cause'.In a world of multiple voices and opinions it can be very hard to know where to turn. One choice is to look to those who actually worked in counterterrorism in the national security world. In these half-hour podcasts 30-year Canadian ...
 
In our podcast “Understanding Train Station”, we (Josh and Feli) explore the intricacies and pitfalls of living between cultures. The title is derived from the German idiom “Ich verstehe nur Bahnhof” which literally translates to “I only understand train station”. Similar to the English saying “It’s Greek to me”, it is used to express a lack of understanding which is an all too common feeling when dealing with another culture and living abroad. Feli (aka “German Girl in America” on YouTube) ...
 
Management C: Noah van der Hoeven E: noah@ngms.nl Promo's & Info E: silkandfuss@hotmail.com W: www.silkandfuss.com Supported by: Richy Ahmed, Paco Osuna, Pawsa, Michael Bibi, Riva Starr, Pete Tong, Cassius, Roger Sanchez, Stacey Pullen, Joris Voorn, Anotr, De La Swing, Skream, Seb Zito, Rich NxT, Detlef, Fisher, Mat.Joe, Santé, Hector Couto, Reelow, Jean Pierre, Chris Stussy, Dimmish, Kevin Knapp, Francisco Allendes, Mason Collective, Stefano Noferini, Bassel Darwish, Ramin Rezaie and many m ...
 
Two queer foreigner's guide to the city of Zurich.At first glance, the LGBTIQ+ community seems to offer easy access for newcomers to connect, either through online apps or queer community spaces. Yet for people with different cultural backgrounds sometimes assimilation into Swiss life has its challenges. The podcast “Visiting?” by Benjamin Hampel and Brian McCabe is here to offer a helping hand. Ben arrived from Germany, at the end of his time as a medical student. What was initially was pla ...
 
Radio D is a stand-alone language course which can be used either in conjunction with a teacher or without. - The audio language course Radio D comprises two series, each with 26 episodes. An English-speaking presenter takes the listener through the programme and, along with a guest, discusses structures and expressions used in the German language. Geographical, historical and institutional aspects are also included. - Each episode comprises information/summary and a synopsis of various expr ...
 
FPRI Radio is a podcast dedicated to topical discussions between members of the FPRI staff and leading experts on current events relating to and affecting world affairs in the diplomatic, informational, military, and economic domains. These conversations generally range from between 15 and 45 minutes in duration.
 
History Does You is a podcast that explores the idea that history always is relevant to today. We also cover topics in current events, foreign policy, and international relations. Through interviews with historians, journalists, authors, and former government officials, we answer the question, “How is History relevant today?”. Previous guests have included NYT Bestselling authors, Larry Tye, James Bradley, Roger Crowley, Dr. Andrew Bacevich, Michael Isikoff and Pulitzer Prize winners Dr. Joh ...
 
Out of Order is a German Marshall Fund podcast about how our world was, is, and will be ordered. From the way the pandemic is shaping geopolitics; to the dark side of tech for democracy; to the political movements, elections and uprisings changing global governance; the podcast brings together international experts from inside and outside of GMF to help us understand our disordered world. In addition to Out of Order episodes, GMF also produces topical mini-series including Post-Pandemic Orde ...
 
The Berlin Policy Journal Podcast explores what moves and shakes the European continent politically, economically, and culturally. We look behind the scenes of European politics and host lively discussions. The podcast is a monthly companion to Berlin Policy Journal, the bi-monthly digital magazine on European affairs, edited in Germany’s capital and published by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP). It’s the sister publication of Internationale Politik, Germany’s leading foreign a ...
 
Usapang CQ is a weekly talk show about the life of OFWs during the time of pandemic. Veteran foreign affairs journalist-turned-financial advisor Malou Talosig-Bartolome talks to OFWs themselves and migration specialists to check out what's the current situation of OFWs, how the COVID-19 is affecting their livelihood, understanding the environment they are in, and how they can move forward despite the lingering uncertainty. Money, the elephant in the room, is brought to fore since most OFWs l ...
 
The Chicago Council on Global Affairs is an independent, nonpartisan organization that provides insight – and influences the public discourse – on critical global issues. We convene leading global voices and conduct independent research to bring clarity and offer solutions to challenges and opportunities across the globe. Ranked the #1 Think Tank to Watch worldwide, the Council on Global Affairs is committed to engaging the public and raising global awareness of issues that transcend borders ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Pilita Clark talks to Philippe Sands, human rights barrister, professor, author and an expert in international law who recently co-chaired a panel that produced a legal definition of the crime of ‘ecocide’. He says there is growing support for the introduction of a law that could put presidents and chief executives in the dock at the International …
 
In the Xinjiang region of northwestern China, more than 1.8 million people have been disappeared into a vast network of concentration camps without any clear charges, due process, or fair trial. How are these victims selected? Via state-of-the-art predictive artificial intelligence and surveillence technology systems deployed by Beijing that seek t…
 
Crunch time for Boris Johnson, Northern Ireland talks with EUThe Duran: Episode 1051UK And EU Prepare For September "Pressure Point" With Northern Ireland Talks This Weekhttps://www.politicshome.com/news/article/uk-and-eu-september-grace-period-deadline-northern-ireland-protocol#UK #EU #NorthernIreland #TheDuran…
 
July 9th marked the 10th anniversary of the creation of South Sudan. The US State Department lamented that the young country has “seen much suffering” and “the promise of peace and prosperity that independence represented remains unfulfilled.” To help us understand why the optimism of the West and South Sudanese in 2011 remains unfulfilled, Rania K…
 
"Deeply, deeply, disturbing." This is how Alma's Katsu's book, The Hunger, was described by Stephen King. Ok, I'll repeat that, that's how her book was described by Stephen King, author of Carrie, The Shining and Misery! The Hunger was based on the infamous Donner Party trip of the nineteenth century, but her most recent book, Red Widow, turns to i…
 
Fareed sits down in a special in-person interview with King Abdullah II of Jordan. They discuss solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the King’s visit with President Biden, turmoil within the Jordanian royal family, and much more. Then, Dr. Tom Frieden, former CDC director, and Devi Sridhar, Professor of Public Health at the University of …
 
The Querdenker, the German equivalent of Qanon have been encouraging their followers to move to Africa. One of their leading lights, Bodo Schiffmann is at the forefront of encouraging the move to Tanzania. From Africa, they plan to fight to free Germans from Angela Merkel's "Corona dictatorship." What is this about?…
 
Tokyo proves Olympic Games are a losing dealThe Duran: Episode 1047Tokyo's Olympic flame burns at last after subdued ceremonyhttps://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/Tokyo-2020-Olympics/Tokyo-s-Olympic-flame-burns-at-last-after-subdued-ceremonyG'day! Aussie city Brisbane to host 2032 Olympics after ‘foregone conclusion’ votehttps://www.rt.com/sport/529800…
 
Merkel makes Germany look weak. Sets up Ukraine slush fund in Nord Stream 2 deal with U.S.The Duran: Episode 1045US strikes Ukraine-centered Nord Stream 2 ‘deal’ with Germany – Putin & Merkel ‘satisfied’ with pipeline’s near-completionhttps://www.rt.com/russia/529873-us-deal-germany-nord-stream/#Merkel #Russia #NordStream2 #TheDuran…
 
Professor Alpa Shah in London joins Emily Tamkin in Washington DC and Ido Vock in Berlin to discuss the death of Father Stan Swamy in prision in India and what it means for the plight of human rights campaigners in India. Then in You Ask Us, they answer your question on what the international reaction to Father Stan's death should be. If you have a…
 
This week a year’s worth of rain fell in just three days in China’s Henan province, flooding roads and public transport systems, killing dozens and displacing thousands. Floods are common in China’s rainy season, but this event is being linked to the climate crisis. China is the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world – and many of its mos…
 
Sign up for the Lingoda Sprint here by July 26 ▸http://bit.ly/LingodaxUTS_Sprint and use the code FAST47 to save 20€/25USD on the first month's tuition! (Terms and conditions apply. Make sure to read the rules of the Sprint.) Shop our merch! :)▸https://felifromgermany.com/ From burgers and American football to pop music and Hollywood movies - you d…
 
Ethiopia has been in the headlines in recent months as the TPLF, a Tigrayan rebel group that ruled the country for three decades, violently seized the northern Ethiopian state of Tigray from the government. As of this recording, the Ethiopian government had declared a ceasefire. However, the TPLF has continued fighting to expand its control over Ti…
 
The foreign ministers of India and China have held talks amid an enduring standoff that has opened up new fault lines over Asia’s future. Meanwhile, the US has shown a growing interest in its alliance with India, despite concerns about the Modi government's domestic policies. Gideon Rachman talks to Tanvi Madan, senior fellow at the Brookings Insti…
 
Ben Hubbard is the New York Times bureau chief in Beirut, Lebanon, and author of MBS: The Rise to Power of Mohammed Bin Salman (2020), a biography of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. The conversation treats the Crown Prince's rise to power in the context of a Saudi Arabia marked by deeply conservative cultural formations and at the same time a ver…
 
In power since 2005, Angela Merkel's CDU coalition has managed to govern Germany with an admirable level of success, but at the same time during this period, Vladimir Putin's Russia has invaded multiple countries, interfered in elections both near and far away, and run amok with jailings and assassinations of dissidents. How is it possible that sti…
 
EU coordinates attack against Poland & Hungary, in hopes of regime change The Duran: Episode 1043Could Hungary break the EU?The EU is facing a democracy crisis, and there is nothing it can do about it.https://www.aljazeera.com/opinions/2021/7/15/could-hungary-break-the-eu#Poland #Hungary #EU #TheDuran…
 
Last week’s episode focused on “Karen Schaefer, CIA Operator,” while this week’s episode looks at her time as a “Serial Collaborator.” Karen specialized in making sure the heart, brain, left hand and right hand had a better idea of what each was up to and were functioning in unison – whether as Director of Intelligence Programs at the National Secu…
 
Psaki sends free speech warning to AmericaThe Duran: Episode 1041Critics slam the White House after Psaki reveals it's consulting with Facebook to 'flag misinformation'https://www.foxnews.com/media/critics-slam-psaki-white-houseconsulting-facebook-flag-misinformationCanada’s Heritage Minister says free speech online ‘undermines democracy’https://re…
 
As the U.S. finalizes its troop withdrawal from Afghanistan after 20 years of involvement in the country, Fareed talks to former Commander of U.S. Central Command and former CIA Director Gen. David Petraeus about how the U.S. may regret the decision to pull out in a “hasty way.” Then, Ada Ferrer, Professor of History at NYU, explains why it is stil…
 
Meloni, Salvini and Italy's future, in and out of the EUThe Duran: Episode 1040Mittdolcino details:Website: https://www.mittdolcino.comTelegram: https://t.me/mittdolcinoTwitter : @mittdolcinoYoutube: https://youtube.com/channel/UC2YV9tve-WIeFBQHSD8m8ewRumble: https://rumble.com/account/content?type=all#Italy #Salvini #Meloni #TheDuran…
 
After seemingly forgetting Afghanistan for years, Western media has rediscovered it in time to provide panicked and hand-wringing coverage of the US-led coalition's withdrawal, as well as the apparent rapid gains made by the Taliban. Is the country on the verge of collapse? What will happen and what do Afghanistan’s people want? To help make sense …
 
When we think about dictatorships and authoritarian regimes, we tend to think of extremes. Places like North Korea, with brutal, absolutist rulers vanquishing their opponents with prejudice and limitless power. But that's really not the reality for most autocratic countries, in fact, there are usually a series of executive constraints, rules, proce…
 
Journalist Emmanuelle Chaze joins Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin and Emily Tamkin in Washington DC to discuss her seven weeks on a rescue boat in the Mediterranean. They talk about why so many are making the treacherous journey, and why they get so little help from official agencies. Then in You Ask Us, they discuss how migration is viewed politically acr…
 
The last thing anyone wants to be told is that a loved one has been taken hostage by a criminal gang or terrorist group. What next? What can be done? Borealis talks to Rachel Briggs, former founder of Hostage UK and Hostage US on this fascinating issue! About my guest Rachel Briggs: Rachel Briggs OBE is one of the world’s leading experts on interna…
 
Unauthorised public gatherings are illegal in Cuba and protests are rare. But this week the island nation has witnessed its biggest demonstrations in decades. People took to the streets calling for an end to President Miguel Díaz-Canel's government. They blamed him for food and medicine shortages, price hikes and the government's handling of the Co…
 
Aspen is originally from the USA and has been living in Germany for 7 years now. She runs the Aspen Abroad YouTube channel. She joins me to discuss the topic of mental health as a foreigner in Germany, as well as the expectations on her as content creator. We also cover the dangers of toxic positivity. The video with Claudio we discuss: Running, Sp…
 
Spanish Court rules on restrictions. Macron & Mitsotakis usher in dystopian passport futureThe Duran: Episode 1037WATCH mass protests erupt in Greece after government bans unvaccinated from indoor public spaces & allows teens to receive jabhttps://www.rt.com/news/529233-greece-protest-vaccine-mandate/Spain’s Top Court Rules That Lockdown Was Uncons…
 
Gideon talks to Oliver Stuenkel, a professor of international relations at the Getulio Vargas foundation in São Paulo about Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro. His government’s failure to tackle the coronavirus pandemic and recent corruption allegations have caused Bolsonaro's popularity to sink ahead of next year’s election. But is he already layin…
 
US officials and their corporate media mouthpieces were elated at the sight of protests in Cuba in recent days against deteriorating living conditions that are a direct result of the US blockade, which Trump increased and Biden has maintained during the pandemic to deliberately heighten suffering at a time when Cuba was sending doctors around the w…
 
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, …
 
The home of the Nazi movement in the 1930s and 1940s now has a significant 'neo'-Nazi extremist movement in addition to problems with jihadis. Complicating things are 35 different security agencies. Borealis talks with ICRS's Peter Neumann to get the lowdown on what is happening there. About my guest Peter Neumann: Peter Neumann is Professor of Sec…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login