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For over two decades, the Group of Nations (aka CAT Company Inc.) has built an unparalleled reputation for producing and distributing publications and events that bridge the gap between government policy and the global business community. We started in 1997 with our first official print edition to memorialize the agenda of the G8 Summit in Denver, United States. Since then, our portfolio has evolved to include exclusive as well as official publications for the G20, B20, G20 YEA, and APEC sum ...
NBC News’ Meet the Press is the longest-running television show in history. If it’s Sunday, it’s Meet the Press with Chuck Todd. Meet the Press NOW airs weekdays at 4PM ET on NBC News NOW.
The Ideas Factory is an exclusive series by ORF that delves into the big geo-political events that affects India and the world. In conversation with Naghma Sahar, Senior Fellow at ORF, and Professor Harsh Pant, Director of Studies and Head of Strategic Studies Programme at ORF
The world’s number one government-affiliated think tank. ADBI is the think tank of the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Join Professor Alan Alexandroff as he interviews fellow academics, policymakers, and former officials about global governance and the contemporary global order.
Hold the Curtain is a new podcast from Gallery 7 Theatre all about arts & culture, theatre, and much more! We'll have a featured guest each episode to chat about an upcoming project or their experiences. Plus, lots of games, fun and treats with your host Ken Hildebrandt and G7 staff members Charlene Crawford and Gabe Kirkley. Join us for Hold the Curtain: A Gallery 7 Podcast!
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Media by Hoffmann & Hoffmann is the channel for serialized audiobooks, news, and magazines; each chapter will be available on the podcast channels, free but with a short advertisement. The full version of the audiobooks will be available on most audio channels and through a subscription to Spotify.
This channel aims to provide thought provoking ideas revolving around dating, men, women, psychology, biology, and red/blue pill philosophy for people who are open to looking at the world from different angles. Blurred Pills is a metaphor devised around the idea that the mass of people are ingesting information from certain places that keeps them very far off their potential, or has them confused about certain aspects of life. If you want to keep your finger on the pulse with new episodes Su ...
KEEP the FAITH brings you timely messages with in-depth spiritual analysis of current events in light of Bible prophecy so you can prepare for the coming of Jesus. Listen to what the news won't tell you. Important messages for our times.
The Chatting With Ingram podcasts take global issues and chat them through with industry and thought leaders bringing unique insights into life, the universe and everything, as the quote goes. The series focuses on people, security, defence, cyber, intelligence, business, terrorism, spies, current affairs and just fun chats with great people hosted by Philip Ingram MBE.
In this podcast from Energy Tracker Asia, join our hosts each month to explore and get into conversation with the latest in the energy and climate space - and how it affects the energy transition and carbon reduction goals.Every month, Energy Insights deep dives into the latest opportunities, challenges and solutions in Asia and beyond, interviewing a wide range of experts and thought leaders in their respective backgrounds on energy, advocacy, policy, development and science.
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On Interpreting India, every two weeks, we bring in voices from India and around the globe to unpack how technology, the economy, and foreign policy impact India’s relationship with the world. Interpreting India is a Carnegie India production and is hosted by Carnegie scholars. In season 2, Srinath Raghavan passes the mic to a new generation of hosts, his colleagues at Carnegie, who will explore the questions that hold the potential to alter India’s trajectory through the coming decade.
Your weekly dosage of Young moderates looking for answers: The Political Breakdown once a week every week! We have merch available!: https://www.bonfire.com/store/dotted-lines-official-store/
Our Tax Podcasts capture an overview of different aspects of taxation that can significantly shape the business and regulatory landscape. Our conversations with experts deliver crucial insights for our listeners across the globe.
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From the Zugspitze to the North Sea or Berlin – every edition of Check-in presents a different region in Germany. Hosts Nicole Frölich and Lukas Stege take it in turns to discover the local tourist attractions and explore the sights. They go climbing, diving or hiking and try out the local culinary specialties.
Welcome to the Terrence Freeman podcast, where amazing things happen. All Day Everyday With Crypto Currency’s!
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Sports have always been a competition, to prove that you are the best. What if Pokemon competed in these same sports? Jump on in to a radio broadcast of Pokemon Sporting events, such as the Guild Games, and root for your favorite team as they compete for the title. Brought to you by the Ahdurin Region Network*. What level are you? *not a real network :)
Thinking CAP is a weekly podcast featuring the nation’s top progressive leaders and influencers. The show covers the major issues at the intersection of activism, race, policy, and politics. Hosted by Daniella Gibbs Léger and Ed Chung.
The Leaders' Brief by egomonk is a deep dive into the three most significant global developments impacting the world of business, politics, and technology. Available every weekday morning.
3 Topics in just 1 podcast. Topics are what's going on in the tech world and the Sports world. The third topic is any random ass thing I can find that's interesting. Might be some funny ass stuff or what's happening in our world right now! You really never know. Hope you all enjoy!
Abby, Evan and Katie talk runway, magazines, designers, movies, art - all things fashion and how much it can drive us nuts.
A rambling podcast discussing the UK Labour Party and the wider political world in general hosted by Dafydd Vaughan with Cllr Jabez Oakes. All opinions and discussions broadcast are the personal opinions of the content providers and do not constitute any view held by the Labour Party.
An insightful and at times irreverant look at what is happening in the world of hospitality. Hosted by Raj Randhawa and Richard Majewski, between them they have over 40 years of experience of working in the hospitality industry. Raj is CEO of AVQuest, a UK-based technology company specialising in delivering highly integrated payment and analytics solutions to hotels and serviced apartment operators. AVQuest also provide a wide-range of other technologies to the industry. The AVQuest solution ...
The U.S. and its allies will try two new tactics to cut Russia's profits: Europe will ban Russian crude imports and the G7 will impose a price cap on the oil Russia sells to other parts of the world.By NPR
Leading diplomats from the world's major industrialized democracies are rallying assistance for Ukraine and integrating to voice uncertainty about China's enhancing assertiveness. On Friday, top diplomats from the world's major industrialized democracies rallied support for Ukraine in its resistance to Russia's intrusion. They coalesced around the …
Before last month’s bankruptcy, FTX founder and former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried were among the top political donors. Former. CIA director John Brennan says there is a possibility of “bloodshed on the streets of Iran.” Senate passes legislation to prevent a railroad strike.By NBC News
This week, host Fiona Ritchie talks with John McCutcheon about his long, varied musical career, and his mastery of multiple musical instruments.By NPR
Secretary of State Antony Blinken responds to the protests in China and Iran. “We support what Iranians are asking for, demanding in the streets, which is … not to have this terrible repression that we’re seeing,” he told Andrea Mitchell. USA TODAY Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page, Republican strategist Doug Heye and Navin Nayak, president of the…
Protests in China have cast a spotlight on the country's "zero COVID" policy. But why is China still relying on restrictions when the rest of the world has mostly moved on?By NPR
An experimental drug appears to slow memory loss. Researchers say people with early Alzheimer's who got the drug for 18 months experienced 27% less cognitive decline than people who got a placebo.By NPR
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell spoke about the economy and job market Wednesday. The Fed has been raising interest rates to fight inflation, but critics say this could push some out of work.By NPR
The California condor population has climbed in Central California and Arizona. Now, the Yurok Tribe is leading conservation efforts to reintroduce the birds to Northern California.By NPR
Secretary of State Antony Blinken called for more support for Ukraine and a united front against China. The new ambassador to Russia had a confirmation hearing, and Russia canceled arms control talks.By NPR
Catskills comedian Freddie Roman, former dean of The Friars Club, died Saturday at age 85.By NPR
This week's installment of My Unsung Hero comes from a man who met his hero after a motorcycle accident.By NPR
If you take a peek at the World Cup sidelines, you'll notice there's kind of a fashion show going on. Soccer managers are bringing their best looks to the field.By NPR
French President Emmanuel Macron visits Washington for his second state visit. He's expected to discuss Europe's industrial concerns and the Ukraine war with President Biden and congressional leaders.By NPR
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with comedian He Huang, whose "Australia's Got Talent" set generated a lot of laughs and criticism for jokes that some people said reinforced stereotypes about Chinese people.By NPR
More than 3.5 million infusions of antibodies have been used to treat COVID. The treatment is being phased out because the antibodies have lost their efficacy against new variants of coronavirus.By NPR
Richard Fierro, who stopped the Colorado Springs shooting suspect, owns a microbrewery with his wife. They hosted a fundraiser Tuesday for a non-profit that helps local LGBTQ college students.By Dan Boyce
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with far-right extremism expert Sam Jackson about the conviction of Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes.By NPR