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G7

Nkosinathi Mncube

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Welcome to the G7 podcast where great minds meet and restoratively help to change the community while building and expounding on real issues.
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For over two decades, the Group of Nations (aka CAT Company Inc.) has built an unparalleled reputation for producing and distributing publications and events that bridge the gap between government policy and the global business community. We started in 1997 with our first official print edition to memorialize the agenda of the G8 Summit in Denver, United States. Since then, our portfolio has evolved to include exclusive as well as official publications for the G20, B20, G20 YEA, and APEC sum ...
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Just 2 Type 1 diabetic gals trying to live our best lives and share some of our literal highs and lows in navigating Type 1 diabetes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Chris Le Rouge

Chris Le Rouge

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This channel aims to provide thought provoking ideas revolving around dating, men, women, psychology, biology, and red/blue pill philosophy for people who are open to looking at the world from different angles. Blurred Pills is a metaphor devised around the idea that the mass of people are ingesting information from certain places that keeps them very far off their potential, or has them confused about certain aspects of life. If you want to keep your finger on the pulse with new episodes Su ...
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War has played a key role in the history of the United States from the nation’s founding right down to the present. Wars made the U. S. independent, kept it together, increased its size, and established it as a global superpower. Understanding America’s wars is essential for understanding American history. In the Key Battles of American History, host James Early discusses American history through the lens of the most important battles of America’s wars. James is an Adjunct Professor of Histo ...
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Veteran journalist and broadcaster Rams Mabote, in association with SowetanLIVE, hosts a weekly podcast that looks at the funny side of news and current affairs. Mabote will take listeners on a journey to the light side of dark. Because life is too short to take the news to heart, and in typical South African style, we choose to laugh so we don’t cry.
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On the Global Counsel podcast, you can hear the GC team discuss and debate topical developments in public policy and regulation from around the world.Global Counsel is an advisory firm working with clients around the world to gauge political developments and how these impact both business risk and opportunity. For more information about Global Counsel, visit our website: www.global-counsel.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This podcast seeks to challenge the commonly held assumptions about Japan as harmonious, homogeneous, and traditional by recasting its history as a history of conflict and change, as the history of class struggles, from anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist, anti-colonial, and intersectional perspectives.
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Energy Insights

Energy Tracker Asia

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Energy Insights, by Energy Tracker Asia, covers the latest topics on the energy transition and gets into conversation with a wide range of experts and thought leaders on themes that include energy, fossil fuels, climate finance, climate policy, decarbonisation and development. Join our host each month to dive deep into the latest opportunities, challenges and solutions in the climate and energy space.
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Japan Memo

The International Institute for Strategic Studies

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The Japan Memo is a monthly podcast series that unpacks why Japan matters in today’s regional and global geopolitical landscape. In each episode, the co-hosts, Robert Ward and Yuka Koshino of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) Japan Chair Programme, will bring in strategists, experts and practitioners from around the world to examine how Japan is using its diplomatic, economic and military tools to achieve its strategic goals, and what lessons it offers to other countri ...
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Productivity Puzzles

The Productivity Institute

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Join Bart van Ark, Professor of Productivity Studies at the University of Manchester, and the managing director of The Productivity Institute as he brings you discussions with leading minds from the UK and abroad about how to improve productivity for almost everything: from health care to car manufacturing, at national and regional levels, for business and for your own personal productivity. This podcast series investigates why UK productivity is lower than in many other countries and why ar ...
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Sports have always been a competition, to prove that you are the best. What if Pokemon competed in these same sports? Jump on in to a radio broadcast of Pokemon Sporting events, such as the Guild Games, and root for your favorite team as they compete for the title. Brought to you by the Ahdurin Region Network*. What level are you? *not a real network :)
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Thinking CAP

Center for American Progress

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Thinking CAP is a weekly podcast featuring the nation’s top progressive leaders and influencers. The show covers the major issues at the intersection of activism, race, policy, and politics. Hosted by Daniella Gibbs Léger and Ed Chung.
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The Exodus Companies is a movement from culture to build community. This is the start of the Exodus movement. Exodus Apparel: https://exoduscompanies.com/merchandise/ Join the New Exodus: https://exoduscompanies.com
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3 Topics in just 1 podcast. Topics are what's going on in the tech world and the Sports world. The third topic is any random ass thing I can find that's interesting. Might be some funny ass stuff or what's happening in our world right now! You really never know. Hope you all enjoy!
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Hospitality News And Views

Raj Randhawa & Richard Majewski

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An insightful and at times irreverant look at what is happening in the world of hospitality. Hosted by Raj Randhawa and Richard Majewski, between them they have over 40 years of experience of working in the hospitality industry. Raj is CEO of AVQuest, a UK-based technology company specialising in delivering highly integrated payment and analytics solutions to hotels and serviced apartment operators. AVQuest also provide a wide-range of other technologies to the industry. The AVQuest solution ...
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After the American victory at Edson’s Ridge, the Marines on Guadalcanal were reinforced by the 7th Marine Regiment, which brought the total US strength on the island to about 20,000. The American ground commander General Alexander Vandegrift decided to expand the Marines’ perimeter westward by attacking Japanese positions at the Matanikau River. In…
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This week, President Biden hosted Japanese Prime Minister Kishida to discuss Ukraine, AI and security in East Asia emphasizing the Japan-US alliance. Then, Biden criticizes Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu as the Israel-Hamas war enters its sixth month, deepening the Israel-US rift. Plus, US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen concluded her trip to Chi…
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What is the best thing government can do to help improve business productivity? Provide more business support? Create better conditions for doing business? Or simply, get out of the way. In other words, can government policy and business growth ever become a happy marriage? Host Professor Bart van Ark is joined by a co-host: Stephen Roper, Professo…
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Undeterred by the failure of their October attempt to capture Henderson Field, the Japanese high command ordered that yet another, still bigger, attempt be made in November. This resulted in two massive ship-to-ship battles between November 13 and 15, in which dozens of warships and planes, plus over 3500 soldiers, sailors, and airmen were lost. Jo…
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The World Central Kitchen has suspended operations in Gaza after an Israeli airstrike killed 7 aid workers. Another Israeli airstrike in Damascus is igniting fears of retaliatory strikes from Iran. Meanwhile, Turkey's nationwide local elections dealt Turkish President Erdogan's ruling AK Party a major electoral defeat, signaling a change in Turkey’…
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On October 26, American and Japanese naval forces clashed northeast of Guadalacanal in the fourth carrier battle of the war. Soon after this, General Vandegrift ordered offensives designed to extend the Marine perimeter both eastward and westward. And on November 4, the Second Marine Raider Battalion landed on the northeastern part of Guadalcanal a…
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Welcome back to The Global Month Ahead, Global Counsel's podcast on the events and stories that will define the month to come. In each episode, Global Macro Associate Director Isabelle Trick hears from different members of the GC team to preview the month's stories before they are in the headlines. On this month’s episode, Isabelle is joined by Sen…
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Has Canada’s legacy media given up on pretending to be objective and neutral? It sure appears that way. Last week, the Toronto Star published propaganda created by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office and the Canadian Press was caught quoting a major Liberal party donor and supporter without disclosing his partisan background and attempting to pa…
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Have you ever wondered if there was a group to reach North America before Christopher Columbus? Find out more in today's bonus episode from another Parthenon podcast "History of North America." Join host Mark Vinet as he discusses the search for the first non-indigenous explorers to reach the North American continent prior to Christopher Columbus’ …
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In this episode, Dave and James discuss the second episode of HBO’s The Pacific. This episode deals primarily with the Battle of Henderson Field, especially Sgt. John Basilone’s role in the battle. Basilone and the Seventh Marines land on Guadalcanal to bolster the defenses around Henderson Field. During the Japanese attack on the Marine perimeter,…
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Last week’s attack on Crocus City Hall was Russia’s deadliest terror attack in almost two decades, killing at least 137 people. The Islamic State took responsibility for the attack, yet Putin suggested Ukraine and the West had a role, connecting it to the war in Ukraine. Meanwhile, the United Nations Security Council approved a Gaza ceasefire resol…
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The Japanese defeat at the Battle of Edson’s Ridge did not deter the Japanese high command, who immediately began planning an even bigger effort to retake Henderson Field and to remove the Americans from Guadalcanal. The new operation was christened “Plan X” and would include massive air, sea, and land attacks on American positions. On the ground, …
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Conservatives are surging in the polls across the country. Not only are Poilievre’s Conservatives in firm majority territory but even provincial Conservative parties are becoming increasingly popular. According to the most recent polls, if an election were held today, Poilievre would win a sweeping majority, and Justin Trudeau’s Liberals would be r…
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The number and severity of humanitarian crises are multiplying and intensifying. To talk about why this is happening and what can be done, the Council’s Ivo Daalder spoke with David Miliband, President and CEO of the International Rescue Committee and former Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom for a special edition of World Review…
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Canada’s state broadcaster attempted to find out why fewer Canadians are planning to have kids – and failed miserably. Last month, the CBC published a report titled, “The Cost of Kids: Why fewer people are planning to have kids.” But instead of approaching this vital issue objectively, the CBC fear-mongers and encourages young Canadians to live a c…
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Canada’s broken immigration system is spilling out onto the streets and creating chaos and division like we’ve never seen before in Canada. But instead of focussing on actually fixing Canada, the Trudeau government is more worried about meeting with a terrorist and appeasing the pro-Hamas mobs. Trudeau’s ministers met and held hands with Mahmoud Ab…
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Canada’s immigration system is completely broken. It doesn’t need tweaks or reforms, it needs a total overhaul. But in order to do that, we have to have difficult conversations about our immigration system, the failed dogma of multiculturalism, and the purpose of immigration more broadly. On today’s episode of The Candice Malcolm Show, Candice is j…
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Voting in Russia's presidential election has already begun and continues through this weekend. What will another six years of Putin in power mean for the world? Then, exacerbated by Israel restricting the flow of aid, the Gaza Strip is on the brink of famine. Will the Netanyahu government shift course following intense international pressure, inclu…
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It’s been two weeks since the CBC in Quebec released a documentary, which exposed the chilling effects of rapid onset gender dysphoria on young girls. Unsurprisingly, trans activists and so-called journalists are still up in arms and spreading lies about the harms of these radical procedures. While it’s ironic that we’re applauding the CBC on Fake …
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In the second episode of Japan Memo season 4, Robert Ward hosts Higashino Atsuko, a Professor at the Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Tsukuba, James Brown, a Professor of political science at Temple University, Japan campus, and Dr Nigel Gould-Davies, the IISS Senior Fellow for Russia and Eurasia. Robert, Atsuko, Jam…
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What is business dynamism? Do we need a bit more turbulence in business creation, growth and change to get productivity up again? This episode, the first of three on the productivity of firms, looks at the mechanism between productivity and business dynamism, whether there are big differences between countries, and whether and how we can get a bit …
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On September 12, a Japanese force of several thousand attacked the Marines’ perimeter from three directions. The most effect assault occurred south of the perimeter, near a position that became known as Edson’s Ridge. The Marine defenders, including the First Raider Battalion under Col. Merrit Edson, were greatly outnumbered but were on good ground…
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Canada once had the world’s strongest and most secure immigration system. But everything fell apart after 2015, and by 2023 we saw the largest number of illegal migrants entering our country in the history of Canada. Most people believe Canada admits 500,000 immigrants annually, but this is only the number of permanent residents. This figure does n…
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Results from Super Tuesday set the stage for a Biden-Trump rematch this November. What does that mean for the world? Germany vows to investigate after a leaked recording emerges between top-ranking German officers on the country’s Russia-Ukraine war strategy, exposing divisions among Western Allies. And pressure mounts for a cease-fire in Gaza befo…
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The authoritarian left in Canada are not happy because the CBC in Quebec dared to do something that English CBC would never do. The CBC told the truth about rapid onset gender dysphoria and the terrible and crippling impact it has on girls and young women who are lured down this path. Candice Malcolm says a free society should applaud this type of …
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Energy Insights speaks with Farwa Aamer about all things women, energy, and climate change. Farwa is the director of South Asia Initiatives at the Asia Society Policy Institute in New York. Prior to this, she led research on security, political, and socio-economic dimensions of transboundary river governance in the Himalayan region, along with othe…
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After the disaster at Alligator Creek, the Japanese decided to launch a larger effort to recapture Guadalcanal. The objective of this combined air, sea, and land operation was to wipe out the US carrier fleet and the Cactus Air Force and to land enough soldiers to defeat the Marines on the island. In this episode, Dave and James discuss the ongoing…
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Under the helm of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Canada is not a serious country. We proved that over the weekend, when the Toronto Police failed to protect a meeting with Trudeau and Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni as pro-Hamas activists swarmed the Art Gallery of Ontario and police cancelled the event. Are we witnessing two-tier policing? T…
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Maya and Kota sit down with Le Phuong Anh to talk about the struggle of Vietnamese migrant workers and international students in Japan. Anh is a PhD student at the graduate school of Asia Pacific Studies at Waseda University, whose research interest is in Migration Studies and international student mobility, as well as Vietnamese middle skill migra…
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Learn more about the Alabama Unionist soldiers in the Civil War with this exclusive interview from History Unplugged, hosted by Scott Rank. Continue listening to History Unplugged: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3Ysc7Zg Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3j0QRJy Parthenon: https://www.parthenonpodcast.com/history-unplugged-podcast…
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In this episode, Dave and James discuss and review Part 1 of the epic 2010 HBO miniseries The Pacific, which follows the lives and wartime actions of three well-known Marines who served in the Pacific Theater: John Basilone, Robert Leckie, and Eugene Sledge. In Episode 1 of The Pacific, we are introduced to the three main characters and we witness …
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In February 2022, Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Today, Ukraine is fighting for the country’s survival and is desperate for international military aid. Anton La Guardia, Catherine Philp, and Yaroslav Trofimov join the Council’s Ivo Daalder to discuss Ukraine’s future, and current European and U.S. perspectives on the two-year ann…
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Justin Trudeau’s Online Harms Bill, Bill C-63, is the biggest threat to freedom of speech in this country. It introduces nothing short of a surveillance state replete with snitch lines, kangaroo courts and mass censorship. But Canadians can’t count on the legacy media to tell the truth about Trudeau’s latest power grab. Instead of sounding the alar…
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