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The Lawfare Podcast features discussions with experts, policymakers, and opinion leaders at the nexus of national security, law, and policy. On issues from foreign policy, homeland security, intelligence, and cybersecurity to governance and law, we have doubled down on seriousness at a time when others are running away from it. Visit us at www.lawfareblog.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A twenty-something year old married couple openly and honestly discusses all aspects of self-improvement from health, to money, to relationships and more. Each week Brook and Michel will deep dive into a new topic to see how the ideals can be practically applied to everyday life, and which aspects are complete BS. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
...take this journey towards greater significance as we Master Leadership together. Listen to stories of exceptional leaders and topics that will shift you from being 'stuck' to being extraordinary! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/masterleadership. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Well Women Healthy Lifestyle Podcast, is hosted by Certified Nurse Practitioner, Michele Broad. Michele is on a global mission to disrupt the women's health education space through showing women how to be their healthiest self by teaching them how to be their #1 self-care advocate. True transformation happens by coming together as a collective group of like minded women, who are curious and want to learn about their health as it pertains to being a woman and how do we do this? One health con ...
 
Hi, and welcome to Unsolved Mysteries of the World where we explore the unexplained. Our topics include Missing Persons, Unsolved Murders, UFO & Aerial Phenomenon, Ghosts & Hauntings, Legends & Myths, Lost Treasures, Cryptozoology, Urban Legends, Conspiracies, Ancient Archaeological Anomalies and much more. If this is your first time listening to us, and you like our show, remember to subscribe when you get a chance. Each episode we will dive into a topic or case with a descriptive narrative ...
 
Live sport might be taking a back seat but to help you get your sporting fix in a time of lockdown, Eurosport are proud to launch The Break, a new snooker vodcast hosted by Andy Goldstein and featuring the likes of Ronnie O'Sullivan, Jimmy White and Neal Foulds - as well some of the top players in the game. While snooker takes a break, join The Break as we host debates around the all-time greats of the game and speak to a few of them too. All recorded remotely in the age of social distancing ...
 
Welcome to the Osprey Podcast. We'll be chatting to a whole host of our inspirational Outdoor Ambassadors and Athletes including Aldo Kane, Jason fox and Victoria Pendleton to name just a few. We’ll be exploring the issues which motivate them and delving into their latest adventures. So if you’re keen to learn some lessons from those who take life and adventure to their absolute limits, then stay tuned, to the Osprey Podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to Revelations - where everyone is fearfully and wonderfully made. Your host, Cole Johnson, guides us through the wonderful process of human power in a connection tour-de-force. Each person interviewed gets to peel back their layers while demonstrating what makes them uniquely beautiful and essential to this process called life. This is the platform dedicated to empowering the world one conversation at a time. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Join BUG host Michel as she takes on her life's new direction by producing engaging interviews with strangers and friends on Dream Chasers, shares the healing of Course Correction, and gets into her life experience and mindset management with SMART LOVE. Now looking for other Black or Brown Female Podcasters wanting to reach a new audience, share your show on my feed! It's all love <3 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Tune in to the Pilot Talk podcast hosted by Stein Mjåtveit and Michel Treskin, two pilots in different stages of their career who were brought together by their shared passion for aviation and pilot training. The Pilot Talk podcast will focus on aviation-related subjects ranging from how you can get started with your pilot education to career advice for pilots and the latest news from the aviation industry.
 
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The United States is quickly approaching its September deadline for a full military withdrawal from Afghanistan. As the U.S. completes its withdrawal, many Afghans who partnered with the U.S., serving as translators and interpreters, face the danger of severe retribution from the Taliban. Those who partner with the U.S. military can obtain a specia…
 
How does a kid from a little town in Italy go from working in his family’s floral business to being a top fashion model in Miami to being one of the top ultrarunners in the world? Michele Graglia has done all of that, but he isn’t just about winning long-distance races and setting world records (though he’s won the Moab 240, Yukon Arctic Ultra, Bad…
 
A spree of stories has emerged over the last week or so that the Justice Department under the prior administration obtained phone and email records of several journalists, several members of Congress and staffers, and even family members. It has provoked a mini scandal, calls for investigation, howls of rage and serious questions. To discuss it all…
 
Public discourse is in bad shape these days. We all yell at and cancel each other on social media and college campuses, and politicians—especially those on the Trumpist right—lie so much that the very notion of truth threatens to lose any meaning. But, Jonathan Rauch is optimistic that this can change for the better. Jonathan is a senior fellow at …
 
Daniel Richman and Sarah Seo are professors at Columbia Law School, and they are co-authors of a recent article on Lawfare entitled, "Toward a New Era for Federal and State Oversight of Local Police." Benjamin Wittes sat down with them to discuss the article, the history of the federal-state relationship in law enforcement, how the feds came to pla…
 
If you’ve listened to this show, you've probably read a fair number of news stories—and maybe even listened to some podcast episodes—about the Facebook Oversight Board’s recent ruling on the platform’s decision to ban President Trump’s account. The board temporarily allowed Facebook to keep Trump off the platform, but criticized the slapdash way Fa…
 
For years, Congress and the Defense Department have debated how best to handle the pernicious problem of sexual assault in the military. Now, a bipartisan majority in the Senate appears to have settled on a set of reforms that would make unprecedented changes to the military justice system. But do these changes actually get at the root cause of the…
 
Alicia Wanless is the director of the Partnership for Countering Influence Operations at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and she has a beef with the current debate over influence operations. Put simply, we don't really know what works in countering them, and the studies of the subject all seem to be case studies using different meth…
 
It's been more than a year since the first contact tracing and exposure notification apps for the novel coronavirus have appeared, and the apps have not at all lived up to the hype. In fact, they've almost invariably stumbled or not really worked at all. Jacob Schulz sat down with Alan Rozenshtein, associate professor of law at the University of Mi…
 
Bryce Klehm sat down with Ryan Hass, a senior fellow and the Michael H. Armacost Chair in the Foreign Policy program at the Brookings Institution. Ryan is the author of the new book, "Stronger: Adapting America’s China Strategy in an Age of Competitive Interdependence." The book is informed by Hass's experience as a foreign service officer in China…
 
Tensions between major social media platforms and the Indian government have reached a new high. In recent months, India has demanded that Twitter remove a range of content critical of the government and has even sent police to Twitter’s offices in New Delhi in what Twitter has called “intimidation tactics”. The government recently instituted new r…
 
If you’re someone like me who has treaded into the deep waters of burn-out, then this highly requested episode is for you, my dear. We are going to discuss my four holy grail tips that help us acknowledge, move through, and get on the road to recover from burn-out. Burn-out tends to sneak up on us since we live in such a go-go-go society. It can ac…
 
After two years of political tumult and no fewer than four national elections, Israel may finally be on the verge of forming a new government—one that notably excludes current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and would bring an end to the more than 12 consecutive years that he has spent as the country's leader. To discuss these late-breaking devel…
 
Have you experienced making a decision only to find yourself regretting it the very next day? Sure, if circumstances changed or new information means that you would have made a different decision had you known, this would be perfectly understandable. However, if you answered yes and wondered why you made that decision in the first place, then it co…
 
It's been a crazy time for Trump investigations. There is a new one in the Eastern District of New York, a grand jury in Manhattan and ongoing investigations in the Southern District of New York. There's also a big throwback to the Mueller investigation—a smackdown between the current Justice Department and Judge Amy Berman Jackson over whether the…
 
Leslie Zane’s endless intellectual curiosity fueled her search for the elusive key to changing customer behavior. So she founded Triggers® --the first woman-owned brand consultancy-- with the express mission of increasing top-line revenue for her clients consistently. Over the past 25 years, the company has developed a track record of accelerating …
 
It's been a year since the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and there have been a lot of police reform efforts since then. A lot of them have come to nothing, but some of them have been very productive—at the state level, in certain cities and even, to a certain extent, at the federal level. To discuss the police reform successes and failures…
 
Zoë Routh is a leadership expert specializing in the people stuff. She shows leaders and teams struggling with office politics and silos how to work better together. She is the author of several books: Composure - How centered leaders make the biggest impact, Moments - Leadership when it matters most; Loyalty - Stop unwanted staff turnover, boost e…
 
Way back at the beginning of the Arbiters of Truth podcast series on our online information ecosystem, Evelyn Douek and Quinta Jurecic invited David Kaye to talk about international human rights law (IHRL) and content moderation. David is a clinical professor of law at the University of California, Irvine, and when he was first on the show, he was …
 
Todd Palmer knows that growth happens only when we lean into the uncomfortable and he knows from personal experience: Todd went from being a struggling entrepreneur with $600,000 in debt to making the INC 5000 (a record total of 6 times!) as one of America’s fastest-growing companies. Todd is also author of the popular book The Job Search Process: …
 
The Endless Frontier Act—a piece of legislation that you may have never heard of but is nonetheless very important—is going through Congress, and it is changing as it goes through. It's a complicated piece of legislation intended to boost U.S. research and development and help bolster U.S. competition with China, and what happened to it in Congress…
 
The kidneys and the bladder are responsible for removing waste products and toxins, and excess fluids from the body. The kidneys also produce hormones that regulate blood pressure levels, while the bladder is a temporary storage receptacle for urine. Keeping these organs healthy as women is vital in preventing health problems. In the US alone, arou…
 
Over the weekend, an airplane from an Irish airline flying from Athens to Vilnius, Lithuania, was forced down in Belarus so that Belarusian authorities could arrest a dissident. The pretext for the grounding of the plane was a bomb threat from, of all things, Hamas. The incident has produced a major international standoff between the European Union…
 
President Biden has issued an executive order on cybersecurity. Bobby Chesney, one of the founders of Lawfare and a professor at the University of Texas Law School, and Trey Herr of the Atlantic Council, analyzed the significant document in depth for Lawfare, and they joined Benjamin Wittes on Lawfare Live to discuss the order and take questions fr…
 
Eighteen years have passed since the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq deposed the despotic regime of Saddam Hussein and ushered in a bloody new chapter in that country's history—one that, in many ways, Iraq and the United States are still working their way through today. For its fifth season, the Slate-produced podcast Slow Burn is revisiting the lead-up …
 
In March 2019, a shooter carried out two mass killings at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, livestreaming the first shooting on Facebook. Two months later, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and French President Emmanuel Macron convened the Christchurch Call—a commitment joined by both governments and technology companies “to eliminate t…
 
This conversation was so personal, so vulnerable, and incredibly empowering. Join me today as I interview Allison Fallon, whose career as an author sparked from being a storyteller of her own life. As someone who grew up in the Evangelical Christian Community and was presented with a “golden path” to wholeness and salvation, Allison discovered alon…
 
Recent events have shown that Russian intelligence efforts against the United States and the West have continued since the end of the Cold War and have perhaps increased in recent years. In particular, Vladimir Putin appears determined to get even with the U.S. for Russian losses at the end of the Cold War. To discuss the role that intelligence has…
 
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