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The Richardson Institute is the oldest Peace Studies centre in the UK and was established in 1959 in the spirit of the Quaker scientist, Lewis Fry Richardson. The Richardson Institute is an interdisciplinary forum for research on peace and conflict based within the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University. Run by Dr Simon Mabon, the Institute has a number of podcasts available on this channel. The first is SEPADPod, part of SEPAD, the Sectarianism, Proxies and ...
 
The Middle East Podcast Forum is an ecosystem of podcasters across the Middle East. This year’s annual forum was cohosted by mstdfr, Kerning Cultures, and Art Jameel in October 2019. These are the panel recordings, produced by Lucas Skrobat (Anchored Strategy) and Saud Albadeea. For more information, to subscribe to the monthly newsletter, or to get involved in our next Forum: https://mepodcastforum.com/.
 
The Bologna Institute for Policy Research (BIPR) is the research division of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Europe. Its purpose is to promote problem-centered, interdisciplinary research in international policy by drawing upon the global network of SAIS faculty, students and scholars. BIPR SeminarCasts are made available to the public with the goal of providing a pivotal forum for thought and debate in international public policy.
 
During the weekend of January 18-21 2013, as our country recognized the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr., First Lutheran and the La Crosse Area Synod invited everyone to Stand for Peace and to stand for those living under oppression around the world. This four day event explored the themes of awareness, accompaniment and advocacy, discussing ways to be people who bring about peace.
 
The official podcast of AHIF, which is attended by the highest calibre international hotel investors of any conference in Africa. It is the only annual hotel investment conference that connects business leaders from the international and local markets, driving investment into tourism projects, infrastructure and hotel development across Africa.
 
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Now, Then, Ten explores how the world’s most influential communities – from global movements to Gen Z brands – come to life. Hosts Nicola Mendelsohn, Facebook’s Vice President for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and Brent Hoberman, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Founders Forum, ask the driving forces behind these communities – luminaries in business, technology and culture – to share the secrets of their success. They’ll reveal how they were created, the moments in history that ins ...
 
The Prospect Group is a leading global firm specializing in media, research, and consulting. We meet, and discuss the most relevant economic issues with, hundreds of the world’s leading business executives, political elites, and other influential personalities from a cross-section of industries and countries. Watch video interviews from and/or about the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
 
Pastor Kurt started the High Resolution Radio Show wanting to engage America. Creating a forum where people can come and be a part of the conversation, grow with others “Live” on the Radio Show, asking question of expert guest from Ambassadors to Four Star Generals giving you the right answers without some pundit’s political perspective while allowing you to participate with a live audience. While on the air of the High Resolution radio show, we look at all of the issues facing America, topi ...
 
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In this episode of Occupied Thoughts, FMEP's Lara Friedman and MEI's Khaled Elgindy speak to Danny Seideman (founder/director of Terrestrial Jerusalem) and Yehuda Shaul (founder of Breaking the Silence) -- two of Israel’s foremost experts on the Israeli policies that uphold and expand occupation and dispossession of Palestinians, both of whom are c…
 
In this episode of ‘Students Talk Security’, undergraduate fellow, Callie Whelan, speaks with Pamela Fierst-Walsh, the Senior Advisor on Conflict Minerals and U.S. Representative to the Kimberley Process at the U.S. Department of State. Callie and Pamela dig into critical mineral supply chains, their relationships with electric vehicle production, …
 
In this episode of Occupied Thoughts, FMEP's Lara Friedman speaks with Swedish political scientist Dr. Anders Persson about this week's International Forum on Holocaust Remembrance and Combating Antisemitism, held in Malmö, Sweden. They discuss what happened in Malmö and what this event means in the context of ongoing efforts to achieve the worldwi…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Katherine 'Kitty' Harvey, n Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Security Studies Program at Georgetown University. She is also on the Board of Advisors at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and holds a PhD in Middle Eastern Studies from King's College London. Kitty is the author …
 
The Bennett-Lapid government is just over 100 days old. How have things gone so far? Where are things headed? What could unravel a governing coalition that even Prime Minister Bennett called a "political accident"? In today's episode, Tel Aviv-based journalist and Israel Policy Forum Policy Advisor Neri Zilber hosts Walla News Political Corresponde…
 
FMEP's Sarah Anne Minkin speaks with journalist and activist Basil Adraa and activist and water management expert Natasha Westheimer about the increase in state-backed settler-violence in the South Hebron Hills. Over the last few weeks, both have witnessed and experienced settler and military attacks against Palestinians and solidarity activists. T…
 
An Interview with U.S. Army Civil Affairs Captain Ben Ordiway by Cullen Geahigan where they discuss the purpose and function of Army Civil Affairs operations as well as the value of Civil Affairs missions as part of the Army's guiding mission. Additionally, we covered the future role Civil Affairs will play in great power competition.…
 
Taken to a new level by the “Abraham Accords,” the notion of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam as Abrahamic religions has become newly prominent. The idea has roots in the Qur’an itself; but does it have a solid theological basis or practical utility? Is the figure of Abraham a symbol of unity or difference?…
 
How will Justin Trudeau’s re-election impact the growth of Islamism in Canada? Several worrisome signs – the lack of follow-up on Iran’s shooting down Flight 752, the passage of an "Islamophobia" bill, the push for a Special Envoy on Islamophobia – suggest the government plans further to appease the radical utopians. What implications does this hav…
 
After the Palestinian prisoner escape, Orly Noy - a journalist, translator of Farsi literature into Hebrew, and political and Mizrahi activist - wrote a post on Facebook in which she described the prisoners as freedom fighters and said that “every Palestinian who survives the occupation and persists in continuing to live is a hero. For that post, O…
 
Pietro Benassi, Italian Permanent Representative to the European Union and Antonio Parenti, Head of the European Commission Representation in Italy, discussed "Where Does the EU Want to Go? A Perspective from Rome and Brussels" at SAIS Europe on Monday. September 27, 2021.By Pietro Benassi
 
What happened in the U.S. Congress this week? In today’s episode, Israel Policy Forum’s Policy Director Michael Koplow gets the inside scoop from Government Relations Director Aaron Weinberg. This Thursday, the House overwhelmingly passed a standalone bill to provide $1 billion in new funding to replenish Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system. …
 
Turkey’s political influence efforts have been growing quickly in the United States in recent years. Examples include hosting politicians at the luxurious Diyanet Center in Maryland and donating Turkish government funds to U.S. congressional races. How does President Erdoğan manage to oversee nonprofits, business associations, and news outlets in t…
 
Raffaella A. Del Sarto, Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe, Michael Leigh (Chair), Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe, Kalypso Nicolaïdis, European University Institute; University of Oxford and Simone Tholens, Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe; Cardiff University, discuss "Borderlands. Europe and the Mediterranean Middle East" at SAIS Europ…
 
FMEP's Lara Friedman and MEI's Khaled Elgindy speak with Tariq Kenney-Shawa about the Palestinian diaspora, the shifting narrative around Palestine in the U.S., the prospects for change in U.S. politics and policies, how all of this relates to the situation on the ground in Palestine today, and the hopes for achieving Palestinian rights and liberat…
 
featuring Hana Amoury (Activist), Orwa Switat, PhD (Urban Planner), & Rami Younis (Director/Writer)with Sarah Anne Minkin (FMEP).This past May, Palestinian citizens of Israel took to the streets to demonstrate solidarity with Palestinians under attack in Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip. As many Palestinians on both sides of the Green Line and in the d…
 
There is much talk of the Taliban’s spectacular victory encouraging Islamists in the Middle East and beyond; one month later, what does the record show? And to what extent has this event repulsed Muslims away from Islamism, as in Morocco, where the Islamist party lost 90 percent of its support?By Middle East Forum
 
Published six weeks after 9/11, Martin Kramer’s Ivory Towers on Sand rebuked professors of Middle East studies who championed one failed intellectual orthodoxy after another – even as they missed the real story, such as the rise of Islamism. Have Middle East studies improved or further degenerated since 2001? What can outsiders do to help?…
 
Since the Palestinian Authority’s killing of political activist Nizar Banat in June, Palestinians have been holding protests in Ramallah and other parts of the West Bank. The PA has responded with tear gas, stun grenades, and harassment of human rights defenders and journalists, in what has been described as a “concerted crackdown on freedom of spe…
 
In this episode of "Occupied Thoughts," FMEP's Lara Friedman speaks with Budour Hassan (JLAC) and Noura Erekat (Rutgers) about Israel’s policy of holding hostage the bodies of slain Palestinians – an issue that has broken through into the news a bit with the continued holding of the body of Ahmad Erekat, and last week with a US Congresswoman, Rep. …
 
Xi Jinping's China is quietly but dramatically becoming a power in the Middle East. From oil deals with Saudi Arabia to high-tech investments in Israel, the Chinese Communist Party is involved. How is this changing regional dynamics? What are Beijing’s objectives? And what does this mean in the context of the Sino-American competition?…
 
As the United States completes its withdrawal from Afghanistan, some Israelis hear echoes of their own experiences in Southern Lebanon and Gaza. What lessons can be learned from these parallels? And does the collapse of the Afghan government and military portend a similar fate for the Palestinian Authority and its security forces, as politicians an…
 
The Gaza border is again getting tense, with Hamas launching incendiary balloons into Israel that cause massive fires and the IDF responding with aerial bombings. Palestinian protests and clashes with Israeli forces are a near-everyday occurrence. How best should Israel respond? Will the Israeli government finally work towards victory?…
 
In the latest installment of the Israel Policy Forum-Terrestrial Jerusalem podcast series, Evan Gottesman and Danny Seidemann discuss this month's court proceedings over Sheikh Jarrah evictions, the compromise put forth by the Israeli justices, and why neither the Palestinian residents nor the settler-linked company Nahalat Shimon are rushing to ac…
 
As Afghans flee the Taliban, many migrants are heading via Iran and Turkey to Europe. With 3.6 million migrants already registered in Turkey, how will Ankara deal with this new flood? Will Erdoğan again threaten to release migrants to Greece and Bulgaria? How might Europe protect its borders?By Middle East Forum
 
Summary:In this episode, Mike and Jim interview Andrew Bacevich, author After the Apocalypse: America's Role in a World Transformed. In this latest book, Bacevich, a retired U.S. Army officer, former professor at Boston University, and President of the new Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, laments that America has failed both domesticall…
 
After a century as a mid-sized power, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan seeks to restore Turkey to something akin to the influence of its Ottoman past. But a rocky road finds Ankara with precious few friends among alienated NATO allies, angry Middle Eastern neighbors, and tensions with Russia and China. Has Erdoğan a chance to succeed or is he heading for a fal…
 
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