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FDD is an anti-terrorism think tank, located in Washington DC committed to education about terrorism and promoting democracy in the Middle East. Writers include Cliff May, Walid Phares, Claudia Rosette, Ambassador Richard Carlson and others. Thoughtful commentary & news alerts about terrorism.Topics: al-manar, iraq, iran, democracy, middle east and more.
 
Join Tony, Craig and Renee as they cover all things Agile, Scrum, Kanban, Lean, Culture, Organisational Transformations, Practices, Techniques and recent events.
 
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A national security and foreign policy podcast from the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD).
 
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A national security and foreign policy podcast from the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD).
 
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Craig is sitting by the pool at the Agile 2016 conference and chats to Martin Alaimo who is an Agile Coach from Kleer in Buenos Aires and they discuss: South America has a number of language, cultural, economic and business differences between Brazil and the Spanish speaking countries, Agile is starting to go mainstream across many … Continue r ...…
 
Lebanon and Iraq both recently held elections, which is good news – or is it? Hezbollah, Iran's terrorist foreign legion, is now more firmly in control of Lebanon than ever before. Meanwhile, Iraq still faces many perils, not least from the Islamic Republic of Iran as it pursues its imperialist ambitions in the region. In episode 14 of Foreign ...…
 
Lebanon and Iraq both recently held elections, which is good news – or is it? Hezbollah, Iran's terrorist foreign legion, is now more firmly in control of Lebanon than ever before. Meanwhile, Iraq still faces many perils, not least from the Islamic Republic of Iran as it pursues its imperialist ambitions in the region. In episode 14 of Foreign ...…
 
A peril that may not be on your radar screen: Cyber-Enabled Economic Warfare (CEEW). Computers and the Internet have made our lives easier but they’ve also left us vulnerable to an arsenal of cyber weapons that threaten us as much as terrorists, guns and bombs. Foreign Podicy host Clifford D. May is joined by Dr. Samantha Ravich, a senior advis ...…
 
A peril that may not be on your radar screen: Cyber-Enabled Economic Warfare (CEEW). Computers and the Internet have made our lives easier but they’ve also left us vulnerable to an arsenal of cyber weapons that threaten us as much as terrorists, guns and bombs. Foreign Podicy host Clifford D. May is joined by Dr. Samantha Ravich, a senior advis ...…
 
War will always be hell – but the laws of war were meant to make wars at least a little less hellish. In Syria, however, the brutal regime of Bashar al-Assad – backed by the Islamic Republic of Iran and by Russia – has many times used prohibited chemical weapons to murder innocent men, women, and children. President Trump has now twice responde ...…
 
War will always be hell – but the laws of war were meant to make wars at least a little less hellish. In Syria, however, the brutal regime of Bashar al-Assad – backed by the Islamic Republic of Iran and by Russia – has many times used prohibited chemical weapons to murder innocent men, women, and children. President Trump has now twice responde ...…
 
It’s been eight years since what was called—with more hope than accuracy—the “Arab Spring.” Last month, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi won reelection, surprising no-one since he had no serious competitors. Mr. Sisi may not be a democrat but he does appear to be a reformer, and he’s battling jihadis on Egyptian soil. Should the United S ...…
 
It’s been eight years since what was called—with more hope than accuracy—the “Arab Spring.” Last month, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi won reelection, surprising no-one since he had no serious competitors. Mr. Sisi may not be a democrat but he does appear to be a reformer, and he’s battling jihadis on Egyptian soil. Should the United S ...…
 
There are three views on the Iran nuclear weapons deal, more formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). The first is to insist that it’s the best deal that could have been cut, and that it prevents the Islamic Republic of Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons—at least anytime soon. So, stick with it. A second view holds tha ...…
 
There are three views on the Iran nuclear weapons deal, more formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). The first is to insist that it’s the best deal that could have been cut, and that it prevents the Islamic Republic of Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons—at least anytime soon. So, stick with it. A second view holds tha ...…
 
Jihadists in Africa are not just spreading. They’re also learning and innovating. Al Qaeda and the Islamic State have spawned such groups as Boko Haram and Al-Shabaab south of the Sahara, in the Sahel, the Horn of Africa, and beyond. A new FDD study shows that the number of jihadist attacks against Western interests in Africa has nearly tripled ...…
 
Jihadists in Africa are not just spreading. They’re also learning and innovating. Al Qaeda and the Islamic State have spawned such groups as Boko Haram and Al-Shabaab south of the Sahara, in the Sahel, the Horn of Africa, and beyond. A new FDD study shows that the number of jihadist attacks against Western interests in Africa has nearly tripled ...…
 
The offices of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is responsible for all the world’s refugees with one exception: Palestinian refugees. They are served by the U.N. Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), which designates not only those who fled from the land that became Israel but also their descendants. As a result, the number of Palestini ...…
 
The offices of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is responsible for all the world’s refugees with one exception: Palestinian refugees. They are served by the U.N. Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), which designates not only those who fled from the land that became Israel but also their descendants. As a result, the number of Palestini ...…
 
Using social media, tech platforms and cyber weapons, the Russian government is running a sophisticated campaign to undermine faith in America’s democratic institutions, assist extremists on both the left and right, polarize Americans, and poison policy debates. Foreign Podicy host, Cliff May, is joined by Jamie Fly and Laura Rosenberger of the ...…
 
Using social media, tech platforms and cyber weapons, the Russian government is running a sophisticated campaign to undermine faith in America’s democratic institutions, assist extremists on both the left and right, polarize Americans, and poison policy debates. Foreign Podicy host, Cliff May, is joined by Jamie Fly and Laura Rosenberger of the ...…
 
Three years ago this month, Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman was found drugged, bludgeoned and shot to death in his Buenos Aires apartment. He was murdered only hours before he was to testify before Argentina’s Congress. Nisman had solid evidence that top Argentine officials had conspired with top Iranian officials to cover up Tehran’s respo ...…
 
Three years ago this month, Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman was found drugged, bludgeoned and shot to death in his Buenos Aires apartment. He was murdered only hours before he was to testify before Argentina’s Congress. Nisman had solid evidence that top Argentine officials had conspired with top Iranian officials to cover up Tehran’s respo ...…
 
It was likely the largest sanctions-evasion scheme in modern history, involving top state officials from both Ankara and Tehran. While the U.S. was attempting to use economic pressure in response to revelations regarding Tehran’s illicit nuclear weapons program, Turkish gold trader Reza Zarrab and banker Mehmet Hakan Atilla facilitated an illic ...…
 
It was likely the largest sanctions-evasion scheme in modern history, involving top state officials from both Ankara and Tehran. While the U.S. was attempting to use economic pressure in response to revelations regarding Tehran’s illicit nuclear weapons program, Turkish gold trader Reza Zarrab and banker Mehmet Hakan Atilla facilitated an illic ...…
 
Protests have been shaking the Islamic Republic of Iran. Foreign Podicy host Cliff May is joined by FDD senior fellow, Reuel Marc Gerecht, and FDD senior Iran analyst, Behnam Ben Taleblu, to discuss what this upheaval means, where it could lead, and how the U.S. and its Western counterparts should respond. Listeners can find and subscribe to Fo ...…
 
Protests have been shaking the Islamic Republic of Iran. Foreign Podicy host Cliff May is joined by FDD senior fellow, Reuel Marc Gerecht, and FDD senior Iran analyst, Behnam Ben Taleblu, to discuss what this upheaval means, where it could lead, and how the U.S. and its Western counterparts should respond. Listeners can find and subscribe to Fo ...…
 
Craig sits down with Sally Elatta, Founder and President of Agile Transformation and AgilityHealth at the Agile 2016 Conference in Atlanta and they talk about: First things first, the AgilityHealth discs are not a frisbee! The AgilityHealth vision is to help Agile teams have a consistent way to measure their health and performance and see … Con ...…
 
Iranian-backed Hezbollah has made common cause with Latin America’s drug cartels. Their growing network launders huge amounts of money, traffics weapons, and engages in a long list of other illicit activities. Foreign Podicy host Cliff May is joined by FDD's Latin America expert, Dr. Emanuele Ottolenghi to discuss this malevolent alliance and w ...…
 
Iranian-backed Hezbollah has made common cause with Latin America’s drug cartels. Their growing network launders huge amounts of money, traffics weapons, and engages in a long list of other illicit activities. Foreign Podicy host Cliff May is joined by FDD's Latin America expert, Dr. Emanuele Ottolenghi to discuss this malevolent alliance and w ...…
 
Craig chats with Steve Elliott, the founder and CEO of Agile Craft and they discuss: Dependencies are the number one thing that kills agility Scaling agility across a large organisation is a 5 – 10 year journey Scrum is often disconnected from the portfolio planning layer, the scaling methods are making the program level agile … Continue reading →…
 
Cliff May is joined by FDD's North Korea expert, Anthony Ruggiero, to discuss whether North Korea's most recent missile test is a game-changer, whether a nuclear North Korea is a foregone conclusion, and how the U.S. can leverage economic warfare to counter the Kim regime's illicit activities.
 
Cliff May is joined by FDD's North Korea expert, Anthony Ruggiero, to discuss whether North Korea's most recent missile test is a game-changer, whether a nuclear North Korea is a foregone conclusion, and how the U.S. can leverage economic warfare to counter the Kim regime's illicit activities.
 
Cliff May is joined by Bill Roggio and Thomas Joscelyn of FDD’s Long War Journal to discuss their exclusive look into the Osama bin Laden documents, and how their findings could impact the future of counterterrorism strategy and policy.
 
Cliff May is joined by Bill Roggio and Thomas Joscelyn of FDD’s Long War Journal to discuss their exclusive look into the Osama bin Laden documents, and how their findings could impact the future of counterterrorism strategy and policy.
 
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Host Cliff May welcomes listeners to FDD's new podcast project, Foreign Podicy. Episode one will air Nov. 21st.
 
Host Cliff May welcomes listeners to FDD's new podcast project, Foreign Podicy. Episode one will air Nov. 21st.
 
In this episode of the Agile Revolution, Renee Troughton and Peter Lightbody join Christopher Avery again as entertains and educates Australia on The Responsibility Process and The Leadership Gift. Whilst we looked at The Responsibility Process in Episode 114 of The Agile Revolution, this episode does a deeper dive and looks at: Christopher’s t ...…
 
Craig sits down with Jake Brereton from Atlassian who is the Senior Product Marketing Manager of JIRA while roaming the product halls at Agile 2016 in Atlanta. JIRA is no longer just JIRA, now people outside of software are using it – now JIRA Software (that includes JIRA Agile), JIRA Core (lightweight version of JIRA) … Continue reading →…
 
Craig catches up with Dave West, product owner and CEO at Scrum.org, at the Agile 2016 conference in Atlanta. They talk all things Agile and Scrum including: Water-Scrum-Fall came about because Scrum is often delivered in the context of a organisational waterfall lifecycle Scrum implies a magical Product Owner that is empowered and understands ...…
 
Craig speaks to Anders Wallgren from Electric Cloud about Continuous Delivery and DevOps at the Agile 2016 conference in Atlanta. The topic of conversation included: “Release It!” by Michael Nygard We can’t declare victory on Agile, but it is the winning methodology We are now plumbing the last mile of deployment and we also need … Continue rea ...…
 
Craig is at Agile 2016 in Atlanta and catches up with Mark Kilby, an Agile Coach at Sonatype and co-founder of Agile Orlando and Agile Florida. Along the way they discuss: “Extreme Programming Explained” by Kent Beck (the white book) Memories of Jean Tabaka and her book “Collaboration Explained” We should be collaborating with leaders … Continu ...…
 
Craig and Renee are both in Sydney and catch up around the kitchen table to discuss a bunch of things happening in the Agile universe: Renee is watching “The Leftovers” while Craig has been binge watching “Mad Men” and they talk about TV show podcasts such as “The West Wing Weekly“ ANZ (one of Australia’s … Continue reading →…
 
Tony, Craig and Renee are at Agile Australia and catch up with Steve Krug and talk usability and along the way try to figure out whether Tony is lean, agile or just old… “Don’t Make Me Think” book, now in 3rd edition Agile Australia keynote “You’re not doing usability testing? Are you…nuts?“ need to start doing … Continue reading →…
 
Renee, Tony and Craig are at Agile Australia and sit down with Adrian Fittolani from Envato and discuss program management and monte carlo simulations. Renee also makes an estimate that is super accurate! Envato – a marketplace for creative assets Lisa Frazier talk at Agile Australia “Leadership in the Digital World“ utilise bottom up program … ...…
 
Craig and Tony are roaming the conference floor again at Agile Australia in Melbourne talking to more interesting people in the Australian Agile community: Sarah Pollard (Super Retail Group) on the talk by Margarette Purvis on “Creating a kaizen culture proves transformative for Food Bank For New York City” and Richard Weissel talk on “The Hear ...…
 
Craig and Tony are at Agile Australia in Melbourne and do a lap of the convention centre floor: Keynotes from Peter Halacsy from Prezi, Jeff Smith from IBM and Kate Darling on robots and human interaction Daniel Fajerman and Anubhav Berry from Australia Post and how they have dealt with business disruption, Cameron Gough talk “Scaling as … Cont ...…
 
Craig chats with Ryan McKergow, a Business Analyst and Agile Consultant at Elabor8, at the YOW! West conference in Perth about being an Agile BA: Business Analysts work with business people to understand the problem they want to solve and then work with developers to take those expectations and help them build the system Writing … Continue read ...…
 
Craig chats with Paul Rayner, a BDD and DDD expert who helps people bridge the gap of collaborative design between developers and business representatives, at YOW! West in Perth, and two old friends talk about the following: * Agile Alliance Functional Testing Tool workshop (2011 in Salt Lake City) * “Domain Driven Design” (Eric Evans) and “Wor ...…
 
Renee has been busy being sick (and Tony and Craig are sick of being busy) and thus it has been a long time between cough syrup for our Revolutionists… The Scrum Guide was updated in July 2016 to add some value(s) Renee has a copy of the Scrum Body of Knowledge (for $#!^$ and giggles) The need … Continue reading →…
 
After many failed attempts to get him on the podcast, Craig finally catches up with Dan North at YOW! Conference on his way out the door to the airport and in a quick chat they cover: BDD – developing an application by looking at its behaviour from the perspective of its stakeholders (people who’s live … Continue reading →…
 
Craig is at YOW! Conference and catches up with Anne-Marie Charrett who is well known in the testing community as a trainer, coach and consultant but also for her support of the community: Don Reinertsen talk “Thriving in a Stochastic World“ Context-Driven Testing Testing is a verb – it’s a doing thing and not an … Continue reading →…
 
Craig and Tony are at YOW! Conference and are privileged to spend some time with Don Reinertsen, who is considered one of the leading thinkers in the field of lean product development and author of numerous books including “Principles of Product Development Flow” “Principles of Product Development Flow” book and why there is a waterfall … Conti ...…
 
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