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Each week, The Florida Roundup brings us up to speed on all things Florida- be it politics, the environment, the economy, culture and more. Join host Tom Hudson for lively discussion with newsmakers, journalists and you! Email the program radio@TheFloridaRoundup.org
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Founded in 1961 by strategist Herman Kahn, Hudson Institute challenges conventional thinking and helps manage strategic transitions to the future through interdisciplinary studies in defense, international relations, economics, health care, technology, culture, and law. Hudson seeks to guide public policy makers and global leaders in government and business through a vigorous program of publications, conferences, policy briefings, and recommendations.
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Each Friday from Sept. 9 through Nov. 11 between 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. ET, Decision Florida will bring the candidates, their political operatives and the top political journalists to discuss live the 2016 election and to hear from you, the Florida voter.
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PodCats

EJ Dickson, Dan Alexander, Podcats

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Are you blind when you're born? Can you see in the dark? Join us every week for an in-depth exploration of the ineffable, effable, effanineffable history of the movie and musical behemoth Cats. PodCats was recently featured on This American Life episode 695, "Everyone's a Critic."
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Cats {2019} Peliculas Espanol

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VISIT : http://peliculas21.net/es/movie/536869/cats Fecha de estreno 25 de diciembre de 2019 (1h 51min) Dirigida por Tom Hooper Reparto Francesca Hayward, Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift más Géneros Comedia musical, Drama País EE.UU.
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For Stars Podcast © is the prime location to vibe, learn, and inspire others on the sport, lifestyle, and world of rowing. The name of the podcast... "For Stars" symbolizes the individuals who have shined a light on others around them, whether that be teammates, friends, family, coaches, etc. Known around the globe as the “ultimate team sport”, rowing or "crew" is primarily observed at the Olympic Games, but also in the collegiate and youth communities as well. Rowing is the oldest sport kno ...
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Golf Podcast by Kevin and Mark Professional Route Series featuring names such as LPGA Tour Player Charley HullPGA Tour Player Hudson SwaffordEuropean Tour Players Chris Hanson, Tom Gandy & Matthew BaldwinPlus many more stories from Professional Golfers from around the world Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-bogey-boys-golf-podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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MAKE ME LIKE IT

Kelly Hudson & Dan Klein

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Hi! We're Kelly Hudson and Dan Klein. We don't like a lot of stuff. So we have our funniest friends come on our show and convince us to like the stuff they like.
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Appetite for Distortion

Appetite for Distortion

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“I always enjoy connecting to those who avoid the obvious pedestrian cliche rockisms and who will converse with intelligence...kudos. That makes for a worthwhile broadcast. “- Alan Niven, former GNR manager. "Appetite for Distortion is probably the best name for a podcast that I've ever heard in my life." - Rachel Bolan, Skid Row ------- Appetite for Distortion is a Guns N' Roses-themed podcast hosted by a radio veteran. 400+ episodes. Past guests include Alice Cooper, Matt Sorum, Gilby Clar ...
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Hosts Justin McDonald and Matt Criscione sit down several times a week to discuss issues going on in the cannabis industry. The show is recorded LIVE and is delivered both via video and audio.
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The Millennial Sales podcast helps millennials to sell more and have a more lucrative and fulfilling career. Matching with the best and brightest in B2B and Tech Sales, Tom Alaimo will inspire, entertain you, and give you actionable steps you can take into the field.
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Tom Colicchio has issues with food! Citizen Chef is about what we eat, where and who it comes from, and the politics, decisions, policies and people that shape our food system – with the goal of turning curious listeners into more informed, engaged citizens. Restaurateur, activist and Top Chef head judge Tom Colicchio dives into food and policy issues with lawmakers, journalists and food producers by connecting the dots of how our food system really works – and really doesn’t – all while rem ...
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JumpPoint

Glass Box Productions

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JumpPoint is a limited scripted series following the decaying marriage of Emily and Hudson Hayes at the hands of a mysterious enigma. Directed by Leah Vicencio. With sound design by James Dennis. Featuring original music by Alex Horton from The One I Ever Had. JumpPoint is written by Noah Bennett. Featuring the voice talents of Noa Friedman, Lukas Chaviano, Dalton Cotter, James Dennis, Andy Prescott, Vanessa Nottingham, Joseph Meisner, Eddie Datz, Kelvy Alter, Anna Roman, and Tom Ming.
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Longtime Toronto Blue Jays radio voice Mike Wilner hosts Deep Left Field, a baseball podcast from the Toronto Star. With great baseball coverage, opinion and analysis from Mike and other Star sports journalists including Laura Armstrong and Gregor Chisholm, as well as MLB players and others in the game, Deep Left Field has everything you need to know about the Jays, specifically, and baseball in general.
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People, Politics and Pork

Newell Clark and Greg Webb

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Introducing "People, Politics, and Pork" - your go-to podcast for a hearty serving of entertainment, insight, and a side of laughs! Hosted by the dynamic duo, Newell Clark and Greg Webb, who've been dishing out friendship for 30 years strong. Get ready to sink your teeth into a smorgasbord of topics ranging from politics to pop culture, sports to savory stories about fascinating folks. With each episode, we serve up engaging interviews, hilarious anecdotes, and thought-provoking discussions ...
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Mickey Feher a mindset researcher, psychologist, serial entrepreneur and author dives deep into the lives of Everyday Incredibles. These remarkable individuals are purpose-driven leaders and influencers from all walks of life. Tune in to hear how they dissect and shed light on the thought processes, mindset, daily practices, and the pivotal roles they've played in their extraordinary accomplishments. Listen to light bulb conversations with amazing guests, who driven by a higher purpose, shar ...
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THE GOSSIP & THE CRITIC

Craig Bennett and Ian Horner

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Craig Bennett and Ian Horner are two Aussie gay guys who fell into a career of meeting and talking with the stars. Their YouTube channel includes interviews with Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Ann-Margret, Todd McKenney, Alan Cumming, and some famous people, too! Up-to-the-minute interviews and we’re also raiding our archives for our chats with Liza, Cate, Meryl, Doc Martin, Helen Reddy, Hugh Sheridan, Tom Skerritt, Fran Drescher, Josh Thomas, Lesley Gore, Billy Mumy, Marta Kristen, Judith Lucy, K ...
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Join host, Phillip Saxton, each Saturday at Noon (Eastern) on Biz1190 Atlanta. Small Business Samaritans Radio features guests from Atlanta's small business community who are educating other small business owners throughout Atlanta.
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D3toPro

Skyler Butts

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D3toPro is dedicated to covering the stories of NCAA Division III athletes who have transitioned to the professional level. We believe every athlete has a story of struggle and achievement that is worthy of sharing. By collecting the athletes' journeys in one place, we hope to further strengthen the bond of the DIII community.
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The Payroll Podcast

Nick Day - JGA Payroll Recruitment

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🚀 Elevate your payroll game with The Payroll Podcast! 🎧 As the first podcast exclusively for the UK and global payroll community, join host Nick Day for cutting-edge discussions with experts. Dive into complex topics like international legislation, technology, systems, leadership, compliance, payroll recruitment, career advancement and more! 🌐 Stay ahead of the global payroll curve with insights on AI, strategy, earned wage access, wellbeing, DEI and more. Perfect for payroll professionals a ...
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Join me (Paul Taylor) for 3-9 minutes to learn about today's celebrations, then enjoy a quick journey down memory lane. Each episode I share a few of TODAY's "official" celebrations and celebrity birthdays. Then we take a look at television shows, movies, notable events, and top Billboard hits that influenced and entertained us Generation Xers through the 80s & 90s and into the 2000s. Whether you were a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess, or a criminal chances are that you will rem ...
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Sign up today at www.ItsFree.TextCashNetwork.com T.C.N. will follow in the steps of Groupon & Living Social and plan to dominate The TEXT TO SAVE MARKET PLACE. Living Social when they reached 16 million members raised $175 million dollars from Amazon and has since grown to 46 Million Members. Groupon with 44 million turned down $6 billion dollars from Google and has since grown to over 80 Million Members. The industry is estimated at $133 billion dollars that local business spend each year o ...
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When Abiy Ahmed unexpectedly became Ethiopia’s prime minister in April 2018, he rapidly unleashed a wave of liberal political and economic reforms and shocked the world by making peace with longtime foe Eritrea. This earned him international adoration that culminated in the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize. Just a year later, however, Africa’s second largest…
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Chris Sibbald shares his story of how counselling and coaching helped him improve his wellbeing after burnout affected him twice during a 20-year teaching career. He talks about the signs to look out for and the importance of seeking help from others, as well as some great tips and quick wins that are easy to put in place which would make a big dif…
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Although Latin America’s economies have stabilized since the COVID-19 pandemic, economic growth in most of the region has stalled, and its forecasted growth rates are the lowest of any region in the world. Such low growth will mean greater poverty and inequality, leaving citizens’ expectations for greater economic opportunity unfulfilled. While a s…
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Long a crossroads between East and West, the Black Sea region today occupies a crucial geography from which the future security and prosperity of the transatlantic community will radiate. Russia’s unrelenting, unprovoked war against Ukraine has focused the world on the Black Sea. In the process, the world has grown to appreciate the role of Romania…
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Last year, Chinese diplomats brokered an Iran–Saudi Arabia deal that elevated Beijing’s status as a mediator in the Middle East. China hoped the deal would induce a greater “wave of reconciliation” in the region and strengthen its position. But Hamas’s October 7 attack on Israel changed Beijing’s calculations. To discuss China’s ambitions in the Mi…
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United States Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Thom Tillis (R-NC) have served as cochairs of the bipartisan Senate North Atlantic Treaty Organization Observer Group since its reestablishment in 2018. The two senators have been outspoken in their support for the alliance, including NATO’s recent round of enlargement to Sweden and Finland. Both hav…
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Guests: Blue Jays DH Justin Turner and infielders Isiah Kiner-Falefa and Spencer Horwitz This week in “Deep Left Field,” we talk to the resurgent Justin Turner, who has shaken off a terrible month of May to get back to his normal self in June. We catch up with Isiah Kiner-Falefa for his thoughts about the team’s current predicament and having to ta…
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Today's Payroll podcast episode is brought to you by Deel, the all-in-one Global People Platform that simplifies how you pay your global team. Deel’s fully-managed global payroll makes it possible to pay your entire team in over 100 countries and in over 200 currencies, all in one place. So whether you’re an enterprise business, a small company, or…
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James Heneghan left the UK education system far behind in 2008 and began working in a secondary setting in New Zealand where schools are some of the most decentralised in the world. Join Sophie and James in their exploration of autonomy in both the UK and NZ systems as they discuss and compare the two very different approaches.…
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Tod and Morgan speak with guest Cat Chowdhary about getting ready for 2024-25 school year, while we have some gained time, good perspective and fresh feedback. Whether starting a new role, moving to a new school or getting ahead so you can enjoy your summer, how can we strategically be proactive?By Teachers Talk Radio
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With Jess recovered from jet lag and Jacob recovered from a post-exam Otley Run, the two JBs are back for one final episode of Season 1 to do an End of Season Review. We briefly review the last game of the season against Exeter Chiefs before announcing our coveted, no-expense-spared, highly prized LTW Fancast End of Season Awards. We then debate on…
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Tom Rogers and Hannah Wilson co-host a show in association with TeachingHOW2s featuring a panel of expert guests asking the question - Is artificial intelligence elevating practice or just saving time? Is it making a significant difference to teaching and learning or just a convenient tool that teachers can use to make their jobs a little easier? L…
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In this one off special, guest host Harry Waters explores how Apps for Good, a provider of free introductory computing courses for primary and secondary students, can support schools to provide innovation in their digital offer to students. Guests include Emma Darcy and Leonie Molloy. Book a call with the Apps for Good team here if you want to expl…
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How can schools recognise and celebrate Pride month and why is it so important for our students that we continue to do so in the current climate? Host Rae shares experiences and insights with guest Neil Dhanda, an Assistant Headteacher who has taught in London schools for 18 years and help build pupil Pride groups who have led assemblies, discussed…
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Welcome to "People, Politics and Pork: Keep it Spinning!" Dive into the whirlwind world of Triple P with hosts Newell Clark and Greg Webb, two lifelong friends with a knack for storytelling and a love for all things intriguing. From the heart of Lexington, North Carolina, Mayor Newell Clark brings a progressive spirit and a wealth of experience in …
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Welcome everyone to another episode of the For Stars Podcast, featuring Head Coach of Harvard Men’s Lightweight Rowing, Billy Boyce. Coming off of an undefeated dual season, winning the Eastern Sprints and the IRA National Championship, the H150’s made history this past season. Boyce shares his testimony with Hudson on what went into the season, hi…
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'Middle Management Matters' explores the pivotal role of middle leaders in education today. Hosted by passionate linguist and experienced middle leader, Sarah Kate Towlson, this podcast features insightful discussions with senior and middle leading experts: Magnus Cowie, Gillian Cowie, and Ed Selvey. Tune in to uncover strategies, challenges and ce…
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On December 3rd, 2015, the music world mourned over the loss of Scott Weiland. As his wife and best friend, Jamie Weiland lost much more. Jamie shares fond memories, struggles, and the misconceptions surrounding her late husband.More Jamie:https://jamieweiland.bigcartel.com/https://www.instagram.com/jamievesperweiland/Intro portraits of Scott via J…
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This week on The Florida Roundup, we find out more about the company at the center of Florida’s plan to import drugs from Canada with the Orlando Sentinel’s Jeffrey Schweers (00:24) and breakdown the 2024-25 state budget with Politico reporter Gary Fineout (11:53). Then, a new series explores the legacy of America’s broken promise in "40 Acres and …
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The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies, is developing 6G specifications through the International Mobile Telecommunications 2030 (IMT-2030) program, aiming to release them by 2030. This program, introduced in the 6G framework document, outlines the vision…
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In an era of rising geopolitical instability, energy is an increasingly valuable tool to promote peace and economic stability as authoritarian regimes seek to undermine freedom and the United States–led world order. Join Hudson Institute for a two-part event on how the US can effectively wield its natural resources to achieve energy independence an…
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The war in Ukraine offers numerous lessons regarding the future of military operations. One of the most important—and most underreported—is the value of adaptation. Ukrainian troops, previously on the offensive thanks to Western precision weapons, are now on the defensive as their rockets and bombs miss targets due to Russian electronic warfare. In…
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The United States’ patent system has been a driver of economic growth and a primary reason for American global technological leadership in the twenty-first century. A weakened patent system, however, has led to the rise of predatory infringement, a deliberate decision by a company to engage in patent theft because it is cheaper than obtaining permi…
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The Chinese Communist Party operates the largest state-run forced labor program in the world, enslaving an estimated 3 million Uyghurs. Exploitation of that scale and scope cannot continue without robust condemnation and a swift response. That’s why Congress passed the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) in December 2021. This landmark legis…
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Guests: Blue Jays broadcaster Buck Martinez, former Jays farmhand (and son of Tom Cheek) Jeff Cheek This week, we honour Tom Cheek, the forever voice of the Toronto Blue Jays, on what would have been his 85th birthday. We remember the Hall of Fame broadcaster with stories and memories from Buck Martinez, who Cheek pushed toward a post-playing caree…
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Today's Payroll podcast episode is brought to you by Deel, the all-in-one Global People Platform that simplifies how you pay your global team. Deel’s fully-managed global payroll makes it possible to pay your entire team in over 100 countries and in over 200 currencies, all in one place. So whether you’re an enterprise business, a small company, or…
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In this episode, special guest Olly Lewis and I discuss the importance of leaders creating learning organisations through ongoing personal and professional development for themselves and their staff. We explored: The challenges and rewards; the barriers and ways to overcome them. Listen and share your thoughts!…
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I discuss my personal experiences of working in education over the past two decades, specifically as a secondary teacher for the past 17 years. It’s changed, I’ve changed, and the world has changed. I’ll be reflecting on some of these changes and considering whether things have got better or worse.By Teachers Talk Radio
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Meet 17-year-old Eddie Dolak of the LA-based rock group Standby. Their debut album "All For Nothing" is available now. The future is bright for this young man, and who better to give him career advice than the Axl Rose...in an In N Out Burger. Hear Eddie's story of passion for music and a chance encounter with Guns N' Roses' frontman.More on Standb…
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In this special show, brought to you with John Catt Educational, best selling author Jamie Clark talks about his new book 'Teaching One Pagers' and talks to Tom Rogers about 5 one pagers that every teacher needs to know: Minimising Distractions (Secure Attention) Worked Examples (Working Memory) Activate Prior Knowledge (Building Knowledge) Think, …
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Welcome to "People, Politics and Pork: Keep it Spinning!" Dive into the whirlwind world of Triple P with hosts Newell Clark and Greg Webb, two lifelong friends with a knack for storytelling and a love for all things intriguing. From the heart of Lexington, North Carolina, Mayor Newell Clark brings a progressive spirit and a wealth of experience in …
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In this episode of "The Late Show with James Radburn," we explore the power of codified teaching with our special guest, Bruce Robertson, an experienced headteacher from Scotland renowned for his innovative approaches and dedication to improving teaching and learning. Join us as we delve into why we need to codify learning, how this helps educators…
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This week on The Florida Roundup, we spoke with the Chief executive officer of the Florida High School Athletic Association Craig Damon about the board’s approval of NIL deals (02:48). Then, we heard from Rep. Karen Gonzalez Pittman about the bill she sponsored that created a state teacher apprentice program (13:22). Later, we spoke with meteorolog…
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Does "being a teacher" define who we are? Do we have a separate personal and professional identity or are they inextricably linked? Jack Clifford and Emma Cooper share two very different stories about how holding a teaching role has influenced (or not) their identity as people. Balance, authenticity (along with plenty of analogies) are key themes t…
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Please join NATO Public Forum think tank consortium members Hudson Institute, the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), the Atlantic Council, the German Marshall Fund of the United States, and GLOBSEC for a conversation with NATO Chair of the Military Committee(CMC) Admiral Rob Bauer, the alliance’s highest-ranking military official. Admiral B…
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On May 29, for the first time since the end of apartheid in 1994, South Africa’s African National Congress (ANC)’s vote share fell below the 50 percent threshold necessary for unilaterally forming a government. Urgent coalition negotiations are ongoing to meet the constitutionally mandated 14-day deadline for parliament to select a president, but t…
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Russia continues to export vast amounts of gas and oil to Europe while importing military goods and mission critical hardware to fuel its war against Ukraine. Some of Moscow’s most notorious strategic corruption projects, NordStream and TurkStream, and their related state capture networks continue to operate despite more than a dozen rounds of sanc…
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