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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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From FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, Policy Dispatch is a podcast all about the policies that underpin the energy transition. This is what will make or break the global decarbonisation effort. Through biweekly, short-but-sweet episodes, the Policy Dispatch will aim to explain what governments in the globe’s key markets are doing to boost clean energy and create sustainable ecosystems. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Dispatch

Via Transportation Inc.

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With more than 100 global partners, Via is reimagining public mobility. Each week, a new leader in transportation sits down with us for a brief conversation about what's next in transit, and what they're doing to reinvent how the world moves. Questions? Email erin.otoole@ridewithvia.com.
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Whetstone Audio Dispatch

Whetstone Radio Collective

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Whetstone Audio Dispatch is a series of remarkable one-off episodes about global foodways exploring community, climate, activism and politics brought to you by journalists and reporters from around the world. Think of it as a storytelling popup, a one-pot feast serving up fresh ideas and best-in-class reportage about current events, food sovereignty, seed keeping, food origins, ancestral recipes and culinary anthropology. Hosted by Whetstone founder Stephen Satterfield. Whetstone Audio Dispa ...
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Welcome to Diplomatic Dispatch, a new podcast series by Radio Canada International. My goal is to bring you insights into Canada’s foreign, defence and development policy. I’ll discuss Canada’s global role through interviews with policy makers, former and serving diplomats and soldiers, academics and think tank experts, humanitarian workers, civil society activists and entrepreneurs. What is Canada’s foreign policy? How should Canada conduct its foreign policy? Who should conduct that policy ...
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We take an irreverent look at daily global events from a uniquely American perspective. While most podcasts cover domestic drama and clickbait, we provide real stories worth actually caring about. Your host Vic has traveled to 105 countries, holds a BA in international relations, and MBA, and been a contributor to Soldier magazine. He uses credible foreign sources to discuss major international stories before they become headline news at CNN or Fox. Tune in daily to find out what's really go ...
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Inside the ICE House

Intercontinental Exchange

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Inside the ICE House, a podcast produced by Intercontinental Exchange, takes listeners behind the historic façade of the New York Stock Exchange and inside the global financial marketplace. The episodes, recorded in the Library of the NYSE, features conversations with leaders, entrepreneurs and visionaries who walk through our doors with a dream of building businesses and changing the world. Their stories have made the NYSE, now part of ICE’s ecosystem of markets, clearing houses, data provi ...
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The Antarctic Report

The Antarctic Report

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Science, history, adventure, politics, and technology converge on the Antarctic Report podcast. Each week you’ll hear from an international expert with a compelling story on Antarctica and the Southern Ocean.
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Threshold

Auricle Productions

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Threshold is a Peabody Award-winning podcast about people and the planet. Each season, we do a deep dive into one pressing environmental story, exploring it through the intersections of science, politics, culture, and environmental justice. We aim to make space for thoughtful, honest, and intersectional conversations about human relationships with the natural world. Season 4: "Time to 1.5" documents this profound moment in human history, when the window for keeping global heating to 1.5ºC is ...
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The Taiwan Take

Ghost Island Media 鬼島之音

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A current affairs podcast on Taiwan and the world. Every episode, we invite a journalist to a conversation with an expert to get the big picture context of what we need to know. These are global issues, and this is The Taiwan Take. Nominated for Best News Podcast at 2020 Excellent Journalism Award in Taiwan. Produced by Ghost Island Media in Taipei, Taiwan. 2020年台灣卓越新聞獎 Podcast 新聞獎入圍者.這是一個專門討論臺灣時事的訪談性英文節目, 以「縱觀世界議題,以臺灣觀點論述」為主軸,由記者採訪跨領域專家、名人與來賓等,第一手將臺灣的故事推向國際. 鬼島之音製作播出.
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On May 19th, a helicopter crash in Iran killed President Ebrahim Raisi and several top government officials. This forced new presidential elections, and on July 5th, Masoud Pezeshkian defeated his more hardline opponent and is now Iran's president-elect. Pezeshkian comes from the reformist faction of Iranian politics, but real power still lies in t…
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To help us understand the view from Lebanon about the genocide in Gaza, Rania Khalek was joined by influential journalist Ghadi Francis. This is just part of this episode. The full interview is available for Breakthrough News Members only. Become a member at https://www.Patreon.com/BreakthroughNews to access the full episode and other exclusive con…
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In the era of AI integration, its most profound impact may be on medical research and patient care. In exam rooms and on operating tables, AI has the potential to save crucial seconds and make life-saving diagnoses. At the forefront of this AI revolution in healthcare is Elsevier Health President Dr. Jan Herzhoff. He went Inside the ICE House to ex…
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How did the US end up with a two-party dictatorship? Are Trump and Biden really the only options? Does lesser evil voting work? If it’s meant to prevent the worst case scenario, then how come it didn’t prevent the genocide in Gaza? Is third party voting really as useless and fascist enabling as Democrats say? To discuss this and more Rania Khalek w…
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The days queuing to order food are numbered. With the rise of phone-enabled delivery apps and contact-free menu kiosks, food service has evolved from a person-to-person transaction to a seamless digital experience. Leading the transformation is PAR CEO Savneet Singh. Savneet goes Inside the ICE House to discuss how PAR is revolutionizing the food s…
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The Labour Party won an overwhelming victory in the recent elections in the United Kingdom. Keir Starmer is now Prime Minister, ending 14 years of Conservative rule in the UK. So what does this mean for Britain's foreign policy? Can we expect any major changes to Britain's relationship with the world? Joining me to discuss the foreign policy implic…
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Farming emissions are not falling at the same rate that they are in sectors like power generation or industry. Complex factors like land-use change and livestock emissions make agriculture’s carbon footprint a difficult beast to tame. Factors like food production, geopolitics and strong cultural ties almost make an already complex decarbonisation c…
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From July 15th to the 18th, the Chinese Communist Party is holding a gathering known as the Third Plenum. This is a highly anticipated political event, as Xi Jinping and party officials are expected to announce key economic reforms intended to spur the Chinese economy. For the past several years, especially since COVID, the Chinese economy has been…
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Reuters News is widely recognized, but don’t confuse Thomson Reuters as a “media stock.” The brand, whose business predominantly revolves around content-driven technology for professionals, is a “tech stock,” integrating AI into its products and daily tasks. Leading the entirety of Thomson Reuters business, news and tech, is CEO Steve Hasker. Steve…
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A rather bizarre incident recently occurred in the South China Sea off the coast of the Philippines. On June 17th, the Chinese Coast Guard clashed with Philippine naval vessels en route to resupplying a stranded Philippine ship on a formation known as the Second Thomas Shoal. This desolate shoal is very much in the territorial waters of the Philipp…
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On June 27th, a group of food security experts from the United Nations and major international relief agencies known as the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) released devastating new data on hunger in Sudan. Their data shows that over 755,000 people are experiencing catastrophic levels of food insecurity. This means that there are…
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To discuss the Zionist movement’s untold history of collaboration with fascism, including Nazi Germany, Rania Khalek was joined by Tony Greenstein, a longstanding Jewish anti-Zionist, Marxist and anti-fascist activist from the UK and author of “Zionism During the Holocaust: The Weaponization of Memory in the Service of State and Nation.” Watch the …
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Why has the Global South, historically on the receiving end of colonialism and imperialism, maintained what might be called a neutral stance towards Russia's war against Ukraine? Ivan Grek, Director of the Russia Program at George Washington University’s Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, joins Aaron Schwartzbaum to discuss. This…
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A product of the Los Angeles foster care system, Rob Henderson’s life starkly contrasted with the upper-class upbringing that many of his classmates at Yale University had. After enlisting in the military and attending Yale, Rob observed that his privileged peers often championed causes that served as status symbols on campus, while inadvertently d…
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On Tuesday, June 25, Kenyan protesters stormed parliament in Nairobi in scenes reminiscent of the January 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol. However, unlike January 6, police responded violently, and at least six people were killed. The protests had been ongoing for days as the Kenyan parliament moved on a finance bill that would increase taxes for ordin…
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Clean technologies are the indispensable hardware of the energy transition. Whether its wind turbines, grid components or futuristic fusion power, without clean tech, we won’t get anywhere. The United Kingdom has proven itself to be an attractive place to develop and scale up clean technologies but the sector has begun to lose momentum and stagnate…
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The situation in Southern Lebanon is extremely precarious. Israel is positioning more and more military assets along its northern border, while Hezbollah continues its near-daily attacks on Israeli targets from Lebanon and has threatened an all-out war. Caught in the middle are about 10,000 United Nations peacekeepers. The United Nations Interim Mi…
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Is the fierce resistance to the genocide in Gaza a sign of an imperialist system in crisis? What are the various anti-imperialist fronts aligned against the US around the world and what is China’s role? What are the characteristics and contradictions of the US-led imperialist order and in what ways are the chickens coming home to roost in the imper…
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As AI gets integrated globally, superpowers vie to fully harness its strengths. To drive the technology forward in the U.S., the private sector stands on the front lines, building AI-powered solutions to streamline operations and efficiency. Leading the charge is Tom Siebel, Founder, Chairman, and CEO of C3.ai. Tom goes Inside the ICE House to disc…
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Since 2019, Burkina Faso has been in a state of near-constant conflict. Extremist groups control or occupy large swaths of the country—about 40-50% according to some estimates. Meanwhile, the government is extremely unstable and has been toppled by a succession of military coups. The military government in power today is generally hostile to the sa…
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Israel's leadership looks increasingly irrational and desperate as they seek to escalate on all fronts, eyeing Lebanon next. What would an all-out war between Israel and Hezbollah look like in the Levant and across the region? To discuss this and more, Rania Khalek was joined by veteran war correspondent and analyst Elijah Magnier. Watch the extend…
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This is the debut of "To Save Us From Hell," our new weekly chat show about the United Nations. "To Save Us From Hell" is a project of Global Dispatches and features weekly conversations between co-hosts Mark Leon Goldberg and Anjali Dayal about the latest news and happenings around the United Nations. They discuss the implications of Vladimir Puti…
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Over the next 20 years, $72 trillion in assets will change hands from Baby Boomer to thier heirs. The Bank of New York, established in 1784 under the stewardship of Alexander Hamilton, knows a thing or two about how to accomplish that task. As the nation’s oldest bank (and the first company listed on the NYSE), it has continually adapted, generatio…
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For the last 100 years, DeWalt has stood by its commitment of helping world-builders build the modern world. But currently, the trades industry is facing a 500,000 (and growing) workforce deficit. Celebrating DeWalt's milestone while working to build back the trades industry is Stanley Black & Decker CEO Donald Allan. He goes Inside the ICE House t…
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Elections for the European Parliament saw sweeping gains for far-right parties in Germany and France. It was in France that these election results led to the surprising—and very daring—decision by Emmanuel Macron to dissolve parliament and call for snap elections. The first round of these legislative elections will be held on June 30th. Macron is f…
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Parts of the world that have introduced some form of carbon pricing have been able to disconnect their emissions from economic growth, thanks largely to the polluter-pays principle. But there is somewhat of a disconnect between carbon markets and the most important part of the energy transition: consumers. So is it possible to democratise emissions…
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Ally Walsh artist, activist and scholar from the University of Leeds shares stories about her work and the Arts & Activism Toolkit. More about Ally Walsh here: https://ahc.leeds.ac.uk/performance/staff/504/prof-aylwyn-walsh Background on the music heard in the show: https://www.pbs.org/independentlens/blog/for-winnie-anti-apartheid-songs-of-protest…
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