Best arab spring podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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The Arab Spring - A History
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The Arab Spring: A History is a bi-weekly podcast seeking to explore just how the Arab Spring happened. If you've ever wondered just what has been happening in the Middle East for the last few years, this is the podcast for you. So, how are we going to do this? We're going to tell the story of the Middle East since 1900, and take it up to the present day. We'll look at a mixture of revolutions, social reform, political developments, global diplomacy and economic boom and bust across the regi ...
 
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Arab Spring: A History
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The Arab Spring: A History is a podcast seeking to explore just how the Arab Spring happened. If you've ever wondered just what has been happening in the Middle East for the last few years, this is the podcast for you. So, how are we going to do this? We're going to tell the story of the Middle East since 1900, and take it up to the present day. We'll look at a mixture of revolutions, social reform, political developments, global diplomacy and economic boom and bust across the region that at ...
 
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The Arab Spring - A History
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The Arab Spring: A History is a biweekly podcast seeking to explore just how the Arab Spring happened. If you've ever wondered just what has been happening in the Middle East for the last few years, this is the podcast for you. So, how are we going to do this? We're going to tell the story of the Middle East since 1900, and take it up to the present day. We'll look at a mixture of revolutions, social reform, political developments, global diplomacy and economic boom and bust across the regio ...
 
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Program Podcast: Bassam Haddad on Syria and the Arab Spring
 
Podcast for Program: Bassam Haddad on Syria and the Arab SpringIn series: Version: Arab Talk Host Jess Ghannam interviews professor Bassam Haddad on Syria and the Arab Spring. Bassam Haddad is Director of the Middle East Studies Program and teaches in the Department of Public and International Affairs at George Mason University, and is Visiting Professor at Georgetown University.
 
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Program Podcast: Bassam Haddad on Syria and the Arab Spring
 
Podcast for Program: Bassam Haddad on Syria and the Arab SpringIn series: Version: Arab Talk Host Jess Ghannam interviews professor Bassam Haddad on Syria and the Arab Spring. Bassam Haddad is Director of the Middle East Studies Program and teaches in the Department of Public and International Affairs at George Mason University, and is Visiting Professor at Georgetown University.
 
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Gilliam Springs Baptist Church
 
Gilliam Springs Baptist Church (Arab) - Weekly Sermon Audio
 
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The History Hour
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Using interviews and archive material from WW2 to the Arab Spring, the people who witnessed history tell us their stories. Presented by Max Pearson.
 
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Friends and Foes of Liberty
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Featuring in-depth discussions with thinkers, doers and leaders about freedom, geopolitics, the global marketplace and U.S. foreign policy. Hosted by Ying Ma.
 
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Voices Unheard
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Executive producer and seasoned journalist Rasha Elass brings you stories from the Arab and Muslim world that you are unlikely to hear elsewhere. Guests include an Egyptian atheist preacher, a former political detainee in one of Syria's notorious prisons, and readings from a little known Arabic text that was written in medieval Islamic times in the 10th century.
 
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Center on International Cooperation
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Gilliam Springs Baptist Church
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Gilliam Springs Baptist Church (Arab) - Weekly Sermon Audio
 
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The Band Wagon
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Each week Avani Dias explores the link between music and politics around the world. So far we've looked at things like the struggle for independent musicians in communist China, the revolutionary, alternative music of the Arab Spring and the burgeoning art scene of Indonesia. As broadcast every Thursday morning at 9:30am on FBi 94.5 - fbiradio.com.
 
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From Dictatorship to Democracy by SHARP, Gene
 
From Dictatorship to Democracy, A Conceptual Framework for Liberation is a book-length essay on the generic problem of how to destroy a dictatorship and to prevent the rise of a new one. The book was written in 1993 by Gene Sharp (b. 1928), a professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts. The book has been published in many countries worldwide and translated into more than 30 languages. Editions in many languages are also published by the Albert Einstein Institution of Bo ...
 
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The Money Shot
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Find out where the money’s going, who’s got the money, how you can make more of the money and who’s making decisions about the money. Every Monday on The Gareth Cliff Show we get an update on what’s happening in the world of finance from money manager, Anthea Gardner – MD of Cartesian Capital, founder of 43nord.com, Ironman, prolific reader, Francophile, survivor of the Arab Spring & wine enthusiast.
 
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Siraj Wahhaj
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Siraj Wahhaj was born as Jeffrey Kearse and raised in Brooklyn. His mother was a nurse and his father a hospital dietitian. His brother is writer and editor Gregory S. Kearse of Silver Spring, Maryland. He went to church religiously and went on to become a Sunday school teacher as a teenager in a Baptist church.[4] Wahhaj then later went on to the New York University on a partial scholarship. He also played basketball where he met a teammate who interested him in the Nation of Islam, an Afri ...
 
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North Africa and displacement (Forced Migration Review 39)
 
The so-called Arab Spring continues to reverberate locally, regionally and geopolitically. The 20 articles in this issue of FMR reflect on some of the experiences, challenges and lessons of the Arab Spring in North Africa, the implications of which resonate far wider than the region itself. See more at: http://www.fmreview.org/north-africa
 
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From Dictatorship to Democracy (version 2) by SHARP, Gene
 
From Dictatorship to Democracy, A Conceptual Framework for Liberation is a book-length essay on the generic problem of how to destroy a dictatorship and to prevent the rise of a new one. The book was written in 1993 by Gene Sharp (b. 1928), a professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts. The book has been published in many countries worldwide and translated into more than 30 languages. Editions in many languages are also published by the Albert Einstein Institution of Bo ...
 
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The Band Wagon
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Each week Avani Dias explores the link between music and politics around the world. So far we've looked at things like the struggle for independent musicians in communist China, the revolutionary, alternative music of the Arab Spring and the burgeoning art scene of Indonesia. As broadcast every Thursday morning at 9:30am on FBi 94.5 - fbiradio.com.
 
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Countries for Kids from Case of Adventure
 
Welcome to the third episode of the Countries For Kids PODCAST, Italy for Kids, with Karyn from CASE OF ADVENTURE. We are excited to travel through many lands with you! Please click read more… below if you did not come directly to the full post. Read or listen, watch the videos and download the Italy printable pack. Click the play button in the ...…
 
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The Future Is A Mixtape
 
For this episode of The Future Is A Mixtape, Jesse & Matt explore the paranoid dread and narcotic pull of Adam Curtis’ most recent documentary of political-noir, HyperNormalisation. In 2 hours and 40 minutes, it charts the globe-hopping travails of terrorists, bankers, politicians and America’s digital aristocracy--all of whom use humanity as p ...…
 
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Natural Solutions with Dr. Jay
 
NSDJ63 Father Richard Mapplebeckpalmer Conversation Father Richard Mapplebeckpalmer Interviewed by Jay Sordean. In this freeranging and yet structured interview and discussion, old friends –Father Richard Mapplebeckpalmer (aka Father Richard) and Dr. Jay –have a chance to muse and ponder on many topics that may or may not have anything to do wi ...…
 
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Daily Bible Reading: NASB Translation
 
The reading for today is Jeremiah 1-4; Psalm 130; 2 Corinthians 9.
 
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Daily Bible Reading: LEB Translation
 
The reading for today is Jeremiah 1-4; Psalm 130; 2 Corinthians 9.
 
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Stuff You're Too Busy to Read
 
Why does is it seem like there is sudden rage against civil war statues? What can we learn from the "Arab Spring" that can help prevent statutes from producing an "American Fall"? Peruvian economist, Hernando De Soto, and American economist Nicholas Eberstadt help to shed a much needed light on a huge factor in both situations = employment or l ...…
 
Elliott Abrams discusses his new book, Realism and Democracy: American Foreign Policy after the Arab Spring.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Our cover this week looks at how the aftermath of the Arab spring led many people to dismiss political Islam as violent and anti-democratic. In fact Islamists come in many varieties and the best of them are pluralists. Blanket suppression will lead to more turmoil, resentment and terrorism. The only way forward is to work with the moderates…
 
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The Economist: Editor's Picks
 
Our cover this week looks at how the aftermath of the Arab spring led many people to dismiss political Islam as violent and anti-democratic. In fact Islamists come in many varieties and the best of them are pluralists. Blanket suppression will lead to more turmoil, resentment and terrorism. The only way forward is to work with the moderates…
 
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Daily Bible Reading: NASB Translation
 
The reading for today is Isaiah 11-13; Psalm 118; Matthew 27.
 
We return to the Tatumverse for Battle in Seattle, a movie that is not an action flick, as we expected, but instead a film based on actual events that happened in the late '90s that neither of us had ever heard of. Things take a serious turn in this episode as we do our best to have an intelligent and informed conversation about protests, polic ...…
 
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The Future Is A Mixtape
 
Beyond just talking about rabbits shitting outside their cages, in this episode of The Future Is A Mixtape, Jesse & Matt will provide a sustained analysis on Michael Moore’s Where to Invade Next. Not only was this the finest documentary released in 2015, but the film is Michael Moore’s magnum opus without parallel or peer in his storied and fec ...…
 
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Good Point Podcast
 
This week is all about scale. Rafael believes given twitter’s flat growth they should just give up and become a telegram utility and Jeremy argues artists should diversify to succeed like Get Out producer Jason Blum. The longest freshwater beach in the world https://www.tripadvisor.ca/ShowUserReviews-g316030-d2233507-r157495758-Wasaga_Beach_Pro ...…
 
In the Last Days of the City is an award-winning film directed by Tamer El-Said from Egypt. The movie captures the atmosphere, or as he says, “the soul” of Cairo in the period leading up to Egypt’s Arab Spring experience of 2011. RFI's Rosslyn Hyams talks to El-Said about the two-year-long shoot, recent history and colour. Laura Angela Bagnetto ...…
 
Bassem Youssef, known as the "Jon Stewart of Egypt," was the host of the most popular television show in the history of the Arab world. A heart surgeon by training, he was inspired by The Daily Show frontman to start a weekly YouTube show in 2011, just as the Egyptian revolution and Arab Spring were getting underway. He taped it from his laundr ...…
 
Bassem Youssef, known as the "Jon Stewart of Egypt," was the host of the most popular television show in the history of the Arab world. A heart surgeon by training, he was inspired by The Daily Show frontman to start a weekly YouTube show in 2011, just as the Egyptian revolution and Arab Spring were getting underway. He taped it from his laundr ...…
 
Bassem Youssef, known as the "Jon Stewart of Egypt," was the host of the most popular television show in the history of the Arab world. A heart surgeon by training, he was inspired by The Daily Show frontman to start a weekly YouTube show in 2011, just as the Egyptian revolution and Arab Spring were getting underway. He taped it from his laundr ...…
 
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Global Dispatches -- Conversations on Foreign Policy and World Affairs
 
Wendy Pearlman is an academic who studies the Middle East, but also writes popularly focused narratives that examines everyday life of people caught in the chaos of the region.Her latest book, We Crossed a Bridge and it Trembled: Voices from Syria, is a collection of interviews of Syrians displaced by the war. That book was published by Harper ...…
 
Lying just a couple of kilometres east of the centre of Old Damascus and some of the city's best-known ancient monuments - and just a couple more from the pompous modernistic monolith that is the Syrian presidential palace - the suburb of Jobar was once a peaceful and modestly prosperous place. It's probably most famous as the site of the 8th-c ...…
 
2011 Nobel Peace Prize laureate Tawakkol Karman is the first Yemeni, the first Arab woman and the second Muslim woman to win a Nobel Prize. A human rights activist, journalist and politician, she was dubbed the “Mother of the Revolution” for her key role in the Arab Spring, during which she was imprisoned numerous times. An advocate for educati ...…
 
2011 Nobel Peace Prize laureate Tawakkol Karman is the first Yemeni, the first Arab woman and the second Muslim woman to win a Nobel Prize. A human rights activist, journalist and politician, she was dubbed the “Mother of the Revolution” for her key role in the Arab Spring, during which she was imprisoned numerous times. An advocate for educati ...…
 
2011 Nobel Peace Prize laureate Tawakkol Karman is the first Yemeni, the first Arab woman and the second Muslim woman to win a Nobel Prize. A human rights activist, journalist and politician, she was dubbed the “Mother of the Revolution” for her key role in the Arab Spring, during which she was imprisoned numerous times. An advocate for educati ...…
 
2011 Nobel Peace Prize laureate Tawakkol Karman is the first Yemeni, the first Arab woman and the second Muslim woman to win a Nobel Prize. A human rights activist, journalist and politician, she was dubbed the “Mother of the Revolution” for her key role in the Arab Spring, during which she was imprisoned numerous times. An advocate for educati ...…
 
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LIVE! From City Lights
 
City Lights welcomes Rachel Aspden! She discusses her new book, Generation Revolution: On the Front Line Between Tradition and Change in the Middle East, from Other Press. In 2011 during the Arab Spring, the government of Egypt transformed from a dictatorship to a democratic presidency. The chaos that resulted during this time erupted from a de ...…
 
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LIVE! From City Lights
 
City Lights welcomes Rachel Aspden! She discusses her new book, Generation Revolution: On the Front Line Between Tradition and Change in the Middle East, from Other Press. In 2011 during the Arab Spring, the government of Egypt transformed from a dictatorship to a democratic presidency. The chaos that resulted during this time erupted from a de ...…
 
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