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Global Security Briefing

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Global Security Briefing

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Global Security Briefing provides regular insights from leading international experts to help you make sense of the far-reaching changes affecting international security around the globe. Hosted by analysts from RUSI's International Security Studies team, the podcast looks at how the UK can best shape its foreign and security policies in an increasingly dynamic international environment.
 
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RUSI Journal Radio

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RUSI Journal Radio, the inaugural podcast of the RUSI Journal, is a new series dedicated to exploring some of today's biggest issues in defence and security. Join hosts Demi Starks, Emma De Angelis and Ed Mortimer as they go beyond what’s written on the page. Every two weeks, they chat with experts who have written for the RUSI Journal on a range of defence and security issues, from misinformation and terrorism to AI, healthcare and climate change.
 
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Financial Crime Insights

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Financial Crime Insights

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Financial Crime Insights is a podcast from RUSI’s Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies (CFCS). Episodes are based on past CFCS events with top thinkers on topics that remain relevant in the world of financial crime. Episodes include varied speakers - policymakers, journalists, academics and practitioners - who share their knowledge and ideas on current policy challenges, global trends and possible opportunities for reform.
 
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Talking Strategy

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Talking Strategy

Royal United Services Institute

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Our thinking about defence and security is shaped by ideas. What we see depends on our vantage point and the lenses we apply to the world. Governments, military and business leaders are seeking to maximise the value they gain from scarce resources by becoming more ‘strategic’. Standing on the shoulders of the giants of strategy from the past helps us see further and more clearly into the future. This series is aimed at those looking to learn more about strategy and how to become more strateg ...
 
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War in Space

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Space is becoming increasingly congested, contested and competed over. It has never been so easy – or so cheap – to launch a satellite into orbit. With space activity proliferating, its impact on national security has grown too: space assets are becoming vulnerable and space debris is becoming increasingly dangerous. War in Space is a series of interviews with experts in space and defence that will analyse the intersection of space and national security, unravelling the technical jargon that ...
 
Elisabeth Braw, scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, presents 'On the Cusp' which focuses on how governments, business and civil society can work together to strengthen countries' defence against existing and emerging threats. Each episode she interviews a guest who is a leader in their respective field.
 
The Suspicious Transaction Report is the flagship podcast of RUSI’s Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies. This series feature expert guests and practitioners from around the globe who offer 'behind-the-scenes' insights on the ever-changing financial crime landscape and practical advice on how to implement the latest research and policy developments. Episodes cover a wide range of topics including anti-money laundering, terrorist financing, counter proliferation, sanctions, cryptoc ...
 
Listen in to stay up to date with all things 'laboratory'. In a rapidly evolving world, Laboratory News podcasts offer laboratory managers, technicians and researchers an entertaining catch up on some of the most interesting science and technology stories. From innovative solutions for core business problems to interviews introducing novel science and disruptive technologies. Helping you drive your laboratory into the future by keeping you lab savvy. www.labnews.co.uk
 
Welcome to FinCrime Spotlight, the podcast that looks to shine a light on the FinTech community and their fight against financial crime. FinTechs have disrupted the financial services industry and have transformed the ways in which we identify, monitor and expose bad actors and criminal organisations. FinCrime Spotlight will offer listeners the opportunity to hear from the FinCrime fighters on the front line, delve into fincrime investigations, examine the technology underpinning the industr ...
 
A weekly podcast from the University of Waterloo with hosts Pamela Smyth and Brandon Sweet highlighting news, events and commentary from the Daily Bulletin. Feature interviews with students, faculty and staff showcase the depth and breadth of the expertise on campus and the vibrancy of our community. Episode transcripts available on request. Intro music: Nightstop – Harrison Ford: https://youtu.be/Iij7U6eE5lo License: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 http://bit.ly/RFP_CClicense Outro music: ...
 
Have We Got Planning News for You is a light-hearted review of the last two weeks developments by five barristers from across the Planning Bar: Paul Tucker KC, Mary Cook, Sasha White KC, Charles Banner KC and Christopher Young KC. We invite a special guest from the most influential ranks of the Planning World, and we host a special topic each week from Garden Cities to Planning Reform.
 
Nathan Eckersley is diving deep into the biggest political news and current affairs impacting young people, new episodes published every Monday. A real-life political encyclopaedia; on his podcast you’re going to learn something new and hear different opinions from around the world about the biggest issues. Nathan Eckersley records The Nathan Eckersley Podcast live from Manchester every Sunday afternoon, from 3pm-4pm (UK) on W!ZARD Radio Station. Listen to the live broadcast on: www.wizardra ...
 
History Of Egypt, Chaldæa, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria is the masterwork of one of the fathers of modern egyptology. This work, in twelve volumes, was translated from the French original, “Histoire ancienne des peuples de l’Orient classique” and published in 1903-1904. Maspero was a largely self-taught master of hieroglyphic translation. In November 1880, he was placed at the head of a French archeological mission, which developed later into the Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale. M ...
 
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Are space regulations doomed to lag behind the newest emerging technology in the sector? Anuradha Damale-Day, Policy Fellow and Programme Manager at BASIC, talks to us about how the development of space tech is having an impact on legal frameworks. Given her recent experience at the Open-Ended Working Group session on threats, held in Geneva, she p…
 
Jake Scott is the Chairman of the young Conservatives magazine The Mallard. He is also a a Governor of the Birmingham and Midlands Institute, which was established by an Act of Parliament in 1854 to defend and further the cultural life of Birmingham; the Chairman of the Young Victorians, the youth organisation of The Victorian Society; and the Head…
 
Nathan Eckersley is diving deep into the biggest political news and current affairs impacting young people. This week he is live from the Conservative Party Conference 2022 in Birmingham and he wants your opinions on if Liz Truss can 'get Britain moving'? Plus he is joined by the Chairman of the young Conservatives magazine The Mallard, Jake Scott,…
 
Anwar Jaber, an AMTD postdoctoral fellow in the School of Architecture, discusses the effect politics and conflicts have on the built environment and vice versa. The University observes the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to honour the lost children and survivors of residential schools, their families and communities. The Canadian Foundat…
 
Strategy is an intensely practical consideration, and in this episode, we examine strategy from the perspective of a practitioner. Lord Peter Ricketts was the UK’s first National Security Adviser and joins us to share his experience of strategy-making at the highest levels of government. Lord Ricketts reflects on the difference between crafting a s…
 
An intelligence expert reflects on the facts and fictions inherent in the UK’s perception of secret intelligence and proposes a move away from unhelpful stereotypes. In the first episode of RUSI Journal Radio’s third season, Demi, Emma and Ed are joined by Dan Lomas, a Lecturer in Intelligence and Security Studies at Brunel University. Dan’s resear…
 
Konstantin Kisin is a Russian-British author and comedian who has written for the likes of the Daily Telegraph and The Spectator on issues of censorship and the 'culture war'. As well as being the co-host of the podcast TRIGGERnometry, he has appeared as a guest on BBC Question Time and The Joe Rogan Experience. Konstantin joins Nathan Eckersley to…
 
Nathan Eckersley is diving deep into the biggest political news and current affairs impacting young people. This week he wants your opinions on the beginnings of Liz Truss's premiership plus he is joined by Russian-British author and comedian Konstantin Kisin to talk about the culture wars, the state of freedom of speech in the West and his new boo…
 
Vivek Goel, Waterloo’s president and vice-chancellor, provides an update on the Waterloo at 100 initiative, with details on the new discussion paper. Consultations with campus and external stakeholders continue as we envision Waterloo in 2057. The Waterloo Indigenous Student Centre's powwow celebrates Indigenous culture. And fall convocation is rec…
 
Fighting economic crime should not be a divisive political matter, but a unifying foe. As the UK prepares to embark on its second economic crime plan, this episode features a cross-party discussion showcasing economic crime as a consensus objective on which politicians of whatever stripe should align to drive change. CFCS’s Maria Nizzero is joined …
 
Our Special Guest this week is Richard Garlick, Editor of Planning Resource Magazine. Decisions of the Week: Decision of the Secretary of State dated 26th August 2022 on a recovered appeal granting planning permission for the use of a site in West Norwood as a metal recycling and management facility in the London Borough of Lambeth. Decision of an …
 
Japan is looking to play a larger role in global security as the country faces new external threats. It is increasing commitments to national defence and seeking to move beyond key political and constitutional constraints placed on the country’s security policies after the Second World War. Philip Shetler-Jones, a James Cook Associate Fellow in Ind…
 
Thomas Schelling brought a cross-disciplinary approach to nuclear strategy and the understanding of conflict. Professor Sir Lawrence Freedman, Emeritus Professor of War Studies at King’s College London, joins us to discuss Schelling’s pioneering work and reluctance to be seen as a game theorist. Thomas Schelling (1921–2016), was awarded the Nobel P…
 
Richard Fitzwilliams is a one of the UK's most prominent and respected Royal Commentators, as well as the former editor of the publication The International Who's Who and regularly features on US news channels on issues of royalty and monarchy. He joins Nathan Eckersley to talk about the Queen's funeral and the early days of the King Charles II's r…
 
Nathan Eckersley is diving deep into the biggest political news and current affairs impacting young people. This week he wants your opinions on King Charles III's reign as monarch plus he is joined by royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams about the Queen's funeral and the early days of the King's reign. On The Nathan Eckersley Podcast, Nathan Ecke…
 
Ghazal Geshnizjani, professor and chair of Women in Math, appears with performance artist Gioia De Cari to discuss the latter’s experience in what she’s described as the male math maze at MIT and the show it inspired. Jacinda Reitsma, who has an excellent background in audit, finance, and corporate administration, is the new vice-president, adminis…
 
Russia’s war in Ukraine illustrates the dangers that unchecked kleptocracy poses to democracy. Kleptocrats and corrupt actors strategically use their vast resources to advance their interests both at home and abroad. CFCS’s Isabella Chase, Adam Smith of Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher LLP, and journalist Oliver Bullough discuss this growing transnational…
 
A bite-size explanation of the Chinese space programme, its ambitions and its underlying motivations. Dr Malcolm Davis, Senior Analyst at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), talks to us about the future plans for space and the blurry boundaries between civil and military, private and state-owned. Finally, we talk about the concerns su…
 
We’re joined by Emeritus Professor Françoise Le Saux to discuss the unique work of Christine de Pizan. An Italian by origin, de Pizan was charged with writing manuals on good governance and the conduct of war for the medieval French crown prince who became Charles VI. Her main concern in a time of civil and foreign wars was to reduce civilian suffe…
 
Nathan Eckersley presents a special radio show paying tribute to the Queen. He shares the global response to Her Majesty's passing as well as insight into what to expect over the next 10 days, and from King Charles III's reign. Nathan is also joined by Sunil Sharma from Conservative Friends of the Commonwealth to discuss the impact of HM The Queen’…
 
Sarah Elliott is the Spokesperson for Republicans Overseas UK & Chair of the Hamilton Society. She joins Nathan Eckersley on his special radio show reflecting on the life of the Queen to talk about how the news of Her late Majesty’s death has been received in the United States, the Queen’s relationship with US Presidents and how the UK-US Special R…
 
Sunil Sharma is the Chief Operating Officer of Conservative Friends of the Commonwealth. He joins Nathan Eckersley on his special radio show reflecting on the life of the Queen to discuss the impact of HM The Queen’s death on the Commonwealth and how the institution will adapt to HM King Charles III as its' new head. Connect with Sunil Sharma on Tw…
 
A new security space is emerging around the Red Sea. Encompassing the East Mediterranean and the northern Indian Ocean, the region is seeing increasing strategic competition between countries from the Gulf, the Middle East and North Africa, Asia and the Horn of Africa, as well as Europe and the US. The shifting security environment in this complex …
 
Dr Jeannie Johnson, Director of the Center for Anticipatory Intelligence at Utah State University, joins us to discuss the legacy of Colin S Gray. Most notable for originating Donald Rumsfeld’s ‘unknown unknowns’ through his tetrarchy of enquiry, Gray’s thinking on strategic culture remains influential today. With a career and influence straddling …
 
Myeengun Henry, the Faculty of Health’s first Indigenous Knowledge Keeper, discusses Indigenization, reconciliation, and his role at Waterloo. The provider for extended health and dental benefits is changing. Waterloo holds a special ceremony that is the first of its kind on a university campus. And it’s that time for campus move-in and orientation…
 
The space industry is a multibillion-dollar sector that is growing each year and becoming increasingly commercialised – the phenomenon of new space. But how exactly does it work? Who is funding the bulk of space activities? And does one need insurance as a space operator? Professor Akhil Rao, Assistant Professor at Middlebury College in the US, tal…
 
Where do Russian military strategists seek their inspiration now that the Soviet authorities are no longer in fashion? In this episode, we will discuss Genrikh Leer and Evgeny Messner, key authors who have now been rediscovered by Russian military strategists. Most of the Russian strategists of the 19th and 20th centuries fell into the ‘Realist’ sc…
 
Adanna Amechi, a third-year engineering student from Nigeria, discusses the history and significance of braids in Black culture and why she created a startup to train more stylists. The president and provost provide a safety and operational update for the upcoming fall term. Special Collections and Archives is working on an oral history project to …
 
How can the UK Financial Conduct Authority be more data-driven and innovative and apply risk-based supervision as it works with its regulated populations? RUSI Associate Fellow Dr Noémi També joins CFCS’s Kathryn Westmore to discuss her recent paper on Revolutionising Financial Supervision. Together, they identify the challenges that more technolog…
 
This episode traces the roots of growing tensions between China and the US over Taiwan, and assesses the danger of war between the two superpowers over the island’s fate. Veerle Nouwens, RUSI Senior Research Fellow in the security of the Indo-Pacific, and Bonnie Glaser, Director of the Asia Programme at the German Marshall Fund of the United States…
 
There is more to military strategist John Boyd than the OODA Loop! This analytical tool of identifying a decision-making cycle – starting with observation, moving on to orientation, then to decision, then to action, to return to observation of what has been achieved by action and what now has to be done – has been exported to many realms of social …
 
Nathan Eckersley is diving deep into the biggest political news and current affairs impacting young people. This week he wants your opinions on the law and order policies of the Conservative leadership candidates plus he speaks to Conservative members who attended the Manchester Hustings for their opinions on the leadership race. On The Nathan Ecke…
 
Math professor and Canada 150 Research Chair Anita Layton discusses using computer models to modernize medicine and make it more equitable. IC3 becomes the Waterloo Climate Institute. Orientation, campus move-in, and the University’s United Way Campaign seek volunteers. And registration is open for the Mental Health Literacy Certificate.Links and r…
 
What did the beginnings of the US space programme look like? Who was the strategist who decided to invest in it? And was the starting point President Kennedy's reach-the-moon promise, or President Reagan's 'Star Wars' programme? Dr Mark Shanahan, Associate Professor of Politics at the University of Surrey, unveils his research on the often-unapprec…
 
Prussian general Carl von Clausewitz created a new way of thinking about war in the West: a study of the phenomenon and its complex social nature, where previous authors had produced prescriptive manuals or homed in on ethics or the laws of war. Thus, Clausewitz is challenging to engage with and richer and rewarding in the insights he provides. Cla…
 
Nathan Eckersley is joined by Kira Rudik, member of the Ukrainian Parliament and leader of the Golos Party, to talk about the evolving situation in Ukraine. Connect with Kira Rudik on Twitter: https://twitter.com/kiraincongress DISCLAIMER: Any facts, statistics and news stories mentioned in this episode are true and relevant as of the time it was r…
 
Nathan Eckersley is diving deep into the biggest political news and current affairs impacting young people. This week he wants your opinions on the current state of the Conservative leadership election plus he is joined by Kira Rudik, member of the Ukrainian Parliament and leader of the Golos Party, to talk about the evolving situation in Ukraine. …
 
How do terrorists procure and protect their funds, and are the policies currently in place to counter this fit for purpose? RUSI Associate Fellow and terrorism expert Jessica Davis joins CFCS's Stephen Reimer for a discussion on her latest book, Illicit Money. They explore why new thinking is needed to tackle terrorist financing, including an under…
 
For 3000 years, China’s overall strategy was to defend against invaders from the West and the North, but to turn its back on the Pacific. In the early 1990s, Admiral Liu Huaqing changed this almost overnight. In this episode of Talking Strategy, Professor Christopher Yung will tell us how this has revolutionized China’s grand strategy, and what thi…
 
Nathan Eckersley is diving deep into the biggest political news and current affairs impacting young people. This week he wants your opinions on the education policies of the Conservative leadership candidates, and he wants to know which issues you think the next Prime Minister should prioritise. On The Nathan Eckersley Podcast, Nathan Eckersley dis…
 
Paul Taylor, Senior Fellow for Peace, Security and Defence at Friends of Europe and Contributing Editor at Politico, talks to us about his newest report, ‘Running out of Space: European Security in Space’. We discuss how countries seek to influence or shape space law by establishing unilateral facts which other states are then expected to follow, a…
 
It's a big week for Cosmos Science Daily as it moves to its new home on the LiSTNR app under the name The Science Briefing – same host, same Cosmos newsroom; bigger and better. Today you get a sneak preview of just what The Science Briefing will be like – so make sure to download the LiSTNR app today. Find the science of everything at the Cosmos Ma…
 
Big week for Cosmos Science Daily as it moves to its new home on the LiSTNR app under the name The Science Briefing – same host, same Cosmos newsroom; bigger and better. Your host is Dr Sophie Calabretto and for the last episode of Cosmos Science Daily on this channel, I’m joined by Cosmos editors Ian Connellan and Gail MacCallum along with the new…
 
In this episode, we discuss the reign of Leo VI (the Wise), Byzantine emperor and strategist (r. 866–912), with Dr Georgios Chatzelis from the Centre for Advanced Study Sofia (CAS).Leo VI predates the 18th century flourishing of Western thinking about strategy by almost 900 years – although it is the translation of the Greek word strategía in his t…
 
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and chemistry whiz, Ellen Phiddian, is talking about disposable batteries made of paper, with your host, Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician a…
 
Nathan Eckersley is diving deep into the biggest political news and current affairs impacting young people. This week he wants your opinions on the foreign and defence policies of the Conservative leadership candidates, and he wants to know which issues you think the next Prime Minister should prioritise. On The Nathan Eckersley Podcast, Nathan Eck…
 
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist, Matt Agius, is talking about brine pools at the bottom of the ocean, with your host, Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician and fluid mechanist,…
 
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