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The longest running independent international affairs podcast features in-depth interviews with policymakers, journalists and experts around the world who discuss global news, international relations, global development and key trends driving world affairs. Named by The Guardian as "a podcast to make you smarter," Global Dispatches is a podcast for people who crave a deeper understanding of international news.
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The Global Development Primer podcast is about all issues in Global Development. Your host is Professor Bob Huish, broadcasting from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The podcast covers a wide range of issues in International Development and features the work of researchers, practitioners, and policy makers from around the world. This is your podcast to learn more about the latest and most pressing issues in Global Development.
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The Azure Security Podcast

Michael Howard, Sarah Young, Gladys Rodriguez and Mark Simos

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A twice-monthly podcast dedicated to all things relating to Security, Privacy, Compliance and Reliability on the Microsoft Cloud Platform. Hosted by Microsoft security experts, Michael Howard, Sarah Young, Gladys Rodriguez and Mark Simos. https://azsecuritypodcast.net/ ©2020-2023 Michael Howard, Sarah Young, Gladys Rodriquez, and Mark Simos.
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Geopolitical turmoil. A warming planet. Authoritarians on the rise. We live in a chaotic world that’s rapidly shifting around us. “On Shifting Ground with Ray Suarez” explores international fault lines and how they impact us all. Each week, NPR veteran Ray Suarez hosts conversations with journalists, leaders and policy experts to help us read between the headlines – and give us hope for human resilience. A co-production of World Affairs and KQED.
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The Resilient Mind

The Resilient Mind

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Build A Stronger Mind. We curate insights from renowned global thought leaders to help you develop unwavering mental resilience and thrive in the face of adversity. Take action and strengthen your mind with The Resilient Mind Journal. Get Your Free Copy Today: https://bit.ly/Download_Journal
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The Edge of Work provides new insights and ideas to help leaders navigate the changing world of work. In each episode, we’ll talk to leaders, practitioners, and innovators to explore new ideas for attracting and developing talent, leadership, and culture, all to help you lead and succeed in a changing world of work.
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Without trust, society stagnates, economies decline, and businesses fail. This podcast series keeps abreast of the latest trends and challenges in cyber and physical security with interviews, event updates, industry suppliers & government initiatives.
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The Testing Show explores, pokes and prods anything and everything related to testing, with new episodes released every other Wednesday. Our hosts, Matt Heusser and Michael Larsen, will analyze tried and true methodologies and practices against on trend and emerging topics. We have a range of guest contributors from Qualitest as well as industry experts from around the world to share insights, knowledge and personal experience. So take minute to find out what others are saying in the testing ...
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Coffee with Butterscotch is the hilarity-filled official podcast of award-winning video game studio Butterscotch Shenanigans, best known for its smash hit Crashlands. Grab a drink and tune in every week to learn how video games are made and sold, our take on building a small company from scratch, and how to be an unstoppable problem-solving machine. Got a question you want answered on the podcast? Ask us at https://podcast.bscotch.net
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Somewhere on Earth: The Global Tech Podcast is a weekly podcast that looks at technology and how it impacts our daily lives. We tell the untold tech stories from Somewhere on Earth. We don’t do new toys and gadgets, but look at new trends, new tech and new ways we use that tech in our everyday lives. We discuss how the ever evolving digital world is changing our culture and our societies, but we don’t shy away from the news of the day, looking at the tech behind the top stories affecting our ...
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A podcast about the professionals who move talent across the world, and all of the work they handle behind the scenes to enable big business moves. Learn more about how they got started in their Global Mobility careers, how they've grown, and the lessons they've learned along the way.
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How does a community college become internationally famous? Laugh and cry with Dr. Vilma Fuentes, assistant vice president of Academic Affairs at Santa Fe College, as she brings together faculty, staff, students and international delegations to reflect on the rewarding work (and sometimes surprising results) of developing global citizens.
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CII Podcasts

Confederation of Indian Industry

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Top Indian Industry leaders and experts share ideas and insights that matter to businesses, large and small, across sectors. Listen to perspectives on economic growth, global economy, technology and innovation, sustainability, community and much more. Brought to you by Confederation of Indian Industry, India’s premier industry organisation, partnering Industry, Government and civil society for India’s development. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Global Pathways Podcast with Ray Offenheiser

The Pulte Institute for Global Development

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The Global Pathways Podcast with Ray Offenheiser features leading policy-makers, academics, and activists working to address today's most pressing global challenges. Together with host Ray Offenheiser—the Director of the Pulte Institute for Global Development and a Distinguished Professor of the Practice in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame—guests discuss current events, public policy, cutting-edge research, and more.
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We feature interviews with best-selling authors and innovation experts from around the world. We focus on corporate innovation through the lenses of leadership, company culture, and emerging trends and technologies. Recorded & produced by 3Pillar Global, a product lifecycle management and software development company based in Fairfax, VA, with offices around the world.
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👋 Welcome to Default Global, the podcast hosted by Vit, a seasoned expert with over a decade of experience assisting tech companies in building global teams. Join us as we dive into insightful conversations with remote and global-first entrepreneurs, founders of international tech companies, and HR specialists who share their expertise on business expansion, global hiring, and remote work strategies. 🔍 Explore topics crucial for US & EU Entrepreneurs: ✔️International Market Entry, ✔️Global H ...
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UN News interviews a wide range of people from senior news-making officials at Headquarters in New York, to advocates and beneficiaries from across the world who have a stake in helping the UN go about its often life-saving work in the field.
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The world’s attention is limited. Today’s burning emergency becomes tomorrow’s forgotten crisis. When the media spotlight moves on, vital issues in development and humanitarian response risk being forgotten. In this podcast miniseries, Development Initiatives’ (DI) CEO Adrian Lovett speaks with people with deep expertise to take us beyond the headlines and explore the missing issues, missing voices and missing data as we ask: What are we missing?
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Trade Finance Talks

Trade Finance Global

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The latest trends, technology and insights in the world of international trade, supply chain and receivables finance from Trade Finance Global. Tune in for updates on https://www.tradefinanceglobal.com.
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Welcome to this engaging audio series designed to guide new, aspiring, and experienced local Chiefs of Party and other project leaders through the essentials of leading a USAID-funded project with foresight and excellence. Whether you're navigating the USAID landscape for the first time or seeking to sharpen your skills, we're here to provide the guidance you need to navigate the unique challenges of this role. Each episode in this series distills the essence of effective project management, ...
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Unlock a World of Insight: Your Passport to Global Development! Embark on a journey that transcends borders and transcends boundaries. Our podcast is your gateway to a deeper understanding of democracy, poverty eradication, and the urgent battle against climate change. In each episode, we transport you to the heart of developing and "emerging economies" in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. As we tackle the world's most pressing issues, we don't just dwell on problems; we spotlight innovative ...
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Steps to Change is a learning and development podcast series that explores how we use our Steps to Change process: See It, Own It, Change It, Live It to inspire people to act differently. Each episode will look at a different learning and development focus area, providing insight into how we partner with clients globally to design and deliver impactful, engaging drama-based learning solutions that support personal development and organizational change.
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Note: This is a special episode from our conversations with talent development leaders at the ATD ‘24 Conference in New Orleans back in May 2024. Terence Morley is the VP of Global Talent Development at NBC Universal. Under his leadership, Terence and his talent and learning team have launched a number of key talent development initiatives to help …
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We kick off season 4 of the Global Health Matters podcast with an episode that highlights the remarkable career journeys of two research leaders and the role of capacity development in their formation. Host Garry Aslanyan speaks with Wilfried Mutombo, the Head of Clinical Operations at the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi) in the Democ…
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In this episode, GDI's Armando Caroca and Rose Pritchard speak with Joan Martínez-Alier, an economist and emeritus professor of economics and senior researcher at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Throughout his career, Joan has made important contributions to ecological economics and political ecology in his work on environmentalism of the po…
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Paula Caballero is the Regional Managing Director for Latin America at The Nature Conservancy. Previously, Paula Caballero was Senior Director of the World Bank Environment and Natural Resources Global Practice, and she was the creator of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Her recent book is “Redefining Development: The Extraordinary…
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Some of the most heavily indebted countries in the world are also the ones most vulnerable to climate-induced natural disasters. When a hurricane, cyclone, or massive drought hits a country, officials can be faced with the choice of either servicing their debts or paying for disaster recovery. As the pace and scale of natural disasters increase due…
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It has now been over 1,000 days since the Taliban, the de facto authorities in Afghanistan, banned education for girls beyond sixth grade, a figure described by the Executive Director of the UN children’s agency, UNICEF, as “a blatant violation of their right to education” resulting in “dwindling opportunities and deteriorating mental health”. To r…
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Ajay Piramal, Chairman, Piramal Enterprises Limited discusses how a holistic model aimed at sustainable and inclusive growth accelerate India’s journey towards a developed India@100 at the CII Annual Business Summit 2024, held in New Delhi on 17-18 May. What role can private enterprise play in driving India's growth and development over the next 25…
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Dr. Lydia Walker's deeply researched and carefully narrated debut monograph, States-in-Waiting: A Counter Narrative of Global Decolonization (Cambridge University Press, 2024) traces “the un-endings of decolonization” – the messy and improvised ways in which the 20th-century state-centric international order replaced empire as the default mode of p…
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The UN’s digital technology agency (ITU) launches ‘UN Virtual Worlds Day’ on Friday a pioneering event designed to integrate the metaverse – ‘an integrated ecosystem of virtual worlds’ – to improve how societies and governance work to greater benefit the public. Virtual reality offers new opportunities for reaching the Sustainable Development Goals…
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Mark Sleboda, an international relations and security analyst, discusses the new long-term security agreement between the G7 and Ukraine. KJ Noh, writer, activist, and teacher, joins us to discuss US sanctions against China and a report that China seeks to stabilize relations with the US. Dr. Linwood Tauheed, an Associate Professor of Economics at …
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The BRICS group has existed since 2009 and has done little to distinguish itself in 15 years. They created a mid-sized development bank, but other than that, the bloc's accomplishments have been rather modest. That's now starting to change as the BRICS doubled in size to ten members, with around thirty other countries now on the waiting list. At th…
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An accomplished endurance athlete, Goggins has completed over 60 ultra-marathons, triathlons, and ultra-triathlons, setting new course records and regularly placing in the top five. He once held the Guinness World Record for pull-ups completing 4,030 in 17 hours, and he’s a sought after public speaker. Take action and strengthen your mind with The …
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Note: This is a special episode from our conversations with talent development leaders at the ATD ‘24 Conference in New Orleans back in May 2024. Jason Hudgins is a Senior Consultant of Leadership Development at Wellstar Health. During our conversation, Jason spoke about the challenges that many hospital leaders face today, and the important charac…
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Nuclear power has been a source of optimism and fear since the mid-Twentieth Century. On one hand, it evokes the destructive power of nuclear bombs, the catastrophic explosion of Chernobyl, the Fukushima disaster or, more recently Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine, Europe’s largest, which has come under fire since Russia’s full-scale inva…
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Send us a Text Message. Hello, and welcome to the Leadership Nest podcast. This is season 2 of the global leadership podcast that nests story, knowledge, and science to soar the leadership in you. I'm your host, Taty Fittipaldi. During this season, we invited 20 different expatriates from around the world to share their stories, their learning jour…
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To learn more about risks and risk management, Trade Finance Global (TFG) spoke with Peter Milne and Alex Gray, Director of Trade and Transaction Banking at the London Institute of Banking and Finance (LIBF). Read the article here: https://www.tradefinanceglobal.com/posts/podcast-s2-e14-podcast-risk-management-in-trade-finance-how-a-citr-certificat…
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Why do international donors brand foreign aid? And what impact does it have on popular attitudes towards them? Join Matthew Winters and Petra Alderman as they talk about soft power, foreign aid branding, and popular attitudes towards USAID and Japan in India, Bangladesh, and Uganda. They discuss whether foreign aid branding works and address severa…
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Mark Sleboda, an international relations and security analyst, joins us to discuss US moves to change the regime in Georgia. Elijah Magnier, veteran Middle East War correspondent, joins us to discuss the US ceasefire proposal. Rachel Blevins, journalist and host of The Backstory on Radio Sputnik, joins us to discuss Hunter Biden's guilty verdict. D…
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India's election was supposed to be a coronation for Narendra Modi. Instead, he got a comeuppance. India is, of course, the world's largest democracy, and after a nearly month-long election season, the final results were declared in early June. Narendra Modi and his political party, the BJP, fared much worse than expected. They secured far fewer se…
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This week, we talk about Palworld, box art, and information transparency. Figuring out how much information to give to players is crucial. Too much information can overwhelm, while too little can frustrate. But strategic secrets create opportunities for players to explore, share, and engage with each other, fostering a community around the game. Su…
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Episode 351 of the Transatlantic Cable podcast begins with discussion around Microsoft’s controversial ‘Recall’ feature. Following from there, news turns to discussion around Elon Musk’s frustration around Apple’s decision to include ChatGPT in the upcoming iOS 18. To wrap up, the team discuss two news stories. The first covers the arrest of 2 susp…
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“There’s only so much adapting you can do with so few resources.” That’s a warning from Asif Saleh, the executive director of BRAC, about the impact of the climate crisis in Bangladesh. Changes in the climate are causing severe problems already for millions of the world’s poorest people. A combination of ingenuity and hard work is staving off disas…
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Unlock the power of diversity and community-building in the tech industry in this electric session of Default Global! Tune in as today's guest, the vivacious Joliz Cedeño, Executive Director of Techqueria, charts her journey from the orchards of Puerto Rico to the tech parks of New York and how it has fuelled her fight for equity in the tech space.…
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Dr. Radhika Desai, author, professor in the Department of Political Studies, and Director of the Geopolitical Economy Research Group at the University of Manitoba in Canada, discusses UN actions regarding US Gaza policy. Mark Sleboda, an international relations and security analyst, joins us to discuss a squadron of Russian military ships that will…
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Lisa Nichols is one of the world’s most-requested motivational speakers, as well as media personality and corporate CEO, whose global platform has reached and served nearly 80 million people. From a struggling single mom on public assistance to a millionaire entrepreneur, Lisa’s courage and determination has inspired fans worldwide and helped count…
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Jelena Djordjevic is the Chief People Officer at Thumbtack. During the early months of the 2020 Global Pandemic, Thumbtack made the decision to go virtual first, and subsequently and iteratively implemented a people strategy that enabled its thousands of employees to work effectively in a whole new way. Three years later, Thumbtack remains virtual …
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Send us a Text Message. Rare earth element boom poisoning Myanmar Growing demand for electric vehicles and wind turbines might look good for emissions, but there’s an environmental cost too. Regions, habitats and livelihoods in Myanmar are facing significant damage because the surge in demand for permanent magnets is driving up mining for rare eart…
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Eight months into the war in Gaza, families have been forced to adapt to what humanitarians often call “negative coping strategies” to survive, as unemployment reaches a staggering 80 per cent. For many in the Gaza Strip, this has meant sending their children out to work, despite the dangers, the UN labour agency, ILO, has warned. Details of this w…
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Subscriber-only episode Send us a Text Message. Rare earth element boom poisoning Myanmar Growing demand for electric vehicles and wind turbines might look good for emissions, but there’s an environmental cost too. Regions, habitats and livelihoods in Myanmar are facing significant damage because the surge in demand for permanent magnets is driving…
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Most healthcare organizations — from payers to insurance companies to providers — are so bogged down with maintaining disparate, decades-old legacy systems that they lack the resources to create the technical solutions they want. That’s where Unqork comes into play. 3Pillar’s Healthcare Industry Leader, Steve Rowe, hosts this episode and talks with…
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Mark Sleboda, an international relations and security analyst, joins us to discuss Yemen's fighters making claims that they have a hypersonic missile as they continue successful attacks on the US imperial coalition. Ted Rall, political cartoonist, syndicated columnist, and host of Final Countdown, joins us to discuss Emmanuel Macron's call for a sn…
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"To Save Us From Hell" is a new weekly chat show about the United Nations. Each week, two veteran UN watchers break down the latest news from the United Nations, giving our audience insights into what is driving the agenda at UN headquarters and in its operations around the world. Co-host Mark Leon Goldberg is a veteran journalist who’s the editor-…
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Written By Shannon Suess & Narrated By Gayle Crew.The continued rise of the term “hospitality” in interior design refers to the increasing trend of incorporating elements and principles from the hospitality industry into various sectors beyond traditional hotels and restaurants. Hospitality is defined as the feeling people experience within a space…
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Written by Dean Croucher & Narrated by Gayle Crew.Well, it’s official. The New Zealand economy is in recession. And while this may not come as a surprise, it proves what many businesses have been feeling. A slowing economy and more business and household caution, with many organisations already looking to make cost savings in response.…
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In May, Senate Majority Leader, Chuck Schumer, presented a sprawling “road map” for regulating artificial intelligence. The report called for $32 billion in spending to put guardrails on the rapidly evolving technology. But tech experts have called the plan “pathetic”, and many critics believe Washington is out of touch. This week, in our latest sp…
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