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Everything you need to know about Australian public policy in just 20 minutes. Grattan Institute is dedicated to developing high quality public policy for Australia’s future. Our podcasts cover a range of public policy topics focusing on the main issues facing Australia. Our podcasts concentrate on budget policy, economic growth, energy, health, institutional reform, household finances, school education, transport and cities.
 
The Daily Friend Show is a 30-minute current affairs podcast featuring our analysts and writers. It presents a liberal perspective on the political, social and economic issues of the day. No topic is taboo, nothing is off-limits. Our team of analysts and writers from South Africa's fastest-growing liberal news site - dailyfriend.co.za. #InNoUncertainTerms
 
Ever wondered how automation will change the world? Maybe you puzzle over what India could do to ease traffic congestion, or how China's aircraft carriers will transform Indian Ocean geopolitics? All Things Policy, a daily podcast brought to you by the Takshashila Institution, brings you all the answers. Every weekday, our researchers break down complex economic and geopolitical ideas through the lens of current events. For everyone from the busy executive to the curious student, All Things ...
 
China In Context is a weekly podcast which offers expert analysis on politics, culture and international relations. It features interviews with leading academics and associates at the SOAS China Institute, University of London. The podcast is hosted by the Editor of Asian Affairs magazine, Duncan Bartlett. Photo: Hong Kong / NRB (Flickr)
 
The Institute of Anxiety creates a space for the study of anxiety, which is spreading throughout society and manifests itself through insomnia, stress, alienation, loss of empathy, inequalities, and violence. It is suppressed without success by products of the pharmaceutical industry and intensified by growing social and economic uncertainty. The institute aims to be a platform where anxiety communicates and opens itself to a potential solution and turns into a force that is capable of radic ...
 
”Israel Lobby Damage Assessment” is a podcast of the Institute for Research Middle Eastern Policy. IRmep is a Washington-based nonprofit organization that studies US-Middle East policy formulation. Founded in 2002, IRmep is non-partisan and does not support or oppose candidates for public office. IRmep’s Center for Policy & Law files Freedom of Information Act requests and lawsuits to create warranted transparency and reveal the functions of government. It also examines how balanced and vigo ...
 
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The Australia-China Relations Institute (ACRI) is an independent, non-partisan research institute established in 2014 by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Chinese studies centres exist in other Australian universities. UTS:ACRI, however, is Australia’s first and only research institute devoted to studying the relationship of these countries. UTS:ACRI seeks to inform Australia’s engagement with China through research, analysis and dialogue grounded in scholarly rigour. The ACRI Podca ...
 
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Clingendael - the Netherlands Institute of International Relations - is a leading think tank and academy on international affairs which aims to contribute to a secure, sustainable and just world. Jingle by Tristan Lohengrin: http://tristanlohengrin.wixsite.com/studio
 
Here is Hans Hoppe's first treatise in English — actually his first book in English — and the one that put him on the map as a social thinker and economist to watch. He argued that there are only two possible archetypes in economic affairs: socialism and capitalism. All systems are combinations of those two types. The capitalist model he defines as pure protection of private property, free association, and exchange — no exceptions. All deviations from that ideal are species of socialism, wit ...
 
Around The Hill is a weekly podcast that invites you to quickly digest what is driving the public affairs agenda being presented at live journalism events in the city. Every week we summarize the big ideas, interview event organizers and meet the speakers of events produced by the most prominent national media outlets, NGOs and educational institutions. In Ottawa, the live journalism and public affairs events we review include those produced by: The Hill Times, MacLean’s, The Economic Club, ...
 
Rural Matters is a biweekly, 30-minute podcast about rural education, business, and health. The podcast’s mission is to increase awareness, inform discussion, and expand the dialogue on the most important issues facing rural stakeholders every day. Guests on the podcast include rural education decision-makers, rural business owners and entrepreneurs, and rural health care representatives. The National Rural Education Association and the Center for Rural Affairs are marketing partners.
 
Edgy thought-provoking posts, commentaries, and interviews by Dr. Beni Balak on today’s social economics and geopolitical issues helping decipher the misinformation propaganda inflicted on our society by today’s corporate media profiteers and their political facilitators. Dr. Balak is an economics professor at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. He currently teaches various courses on economics, media, and propaganda. Co-hosting the podcast with Dr. Balak, is Jesse Velez, a recently gra ...
 
2013 marks the ten year anniversary of the invasion of Iraq by US and UK forces, the swift and catastrophic collapse of Saddam Hussein’s Ba’athist regime, and the beginning of a period of occupation and radical societal change. On 16th October 2003, United Nations Security Council Resolution 1511 unanimously sanctioned a long-term international presence in Iraq effectively handing control of the country to Washington. This landmark date acts as the anchor of post- conflict governance in Iraq ...
 
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Recent high inflation has not been exclusive to the UK. Across Europe, many countries are experiencing the same phenomenon. But what has caused this and what can be done to control the damage already done? To answer this, IEA Head of Public Policy Matthew Lesh speaks to Adam Bartha, the Director of EPICENTER. They discuss EPICENTER's latest paper, …
 
2022 war ein turbulentes Jahr für Chinas Wirtschaft, die strikte Null-Covid-Politik der chinesischen Regierung und sich ständig ändernde Vorgaben und Regeln sorgten für Unsicherheit. Mit dem Ende der Corona-Lockdowns wächst nun die Hoffnung auf eine Erholung. Mit MERICS Chief Economist Max J. Zenglein blickt Johannes Heller-John auf die wirtschaftl…
 
In this episode of All Things Policy, Anushka Saxena and Amit Kumar explore the trends and developments taking place in the Chinese Economy in the past decade since Xi Jinping's ascendance to power in 2012-13, and what they indicate for the trajectory of the country's economic policy in the months to come. The episode explores financial data rangin…
 
Kingshuk Saha and Manoj Kewalramani discuss Japan's Security Strategy, background, and its impact. You can follow Manoj Kewalramani on Twitter: https://twitter.com/theChinaDude Check out Takshashila’s courses: https://school.takshashila.org.in/ Do follow IVM Podcasts on social media. We are @IVMPodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram. https://tw…
 
The international media asked an important question in November 2022: Is China experiencing the start of a revolution? The debate was sparked by the actions of protesters in many Chinese cities, including Beijing and Shanghai, holding up blank sheets of paper. Xi Jinping dismissed the so-called "white paper protests" as merely a sign of frustration…
 
Over the last few years, a wide range of stakeholders across the world have developed a new approach to governance mechanisms and public service delivery. This new model is centred around the concept of digital public goods - open-source digital solutions - that adhere to minimum privacy criteria and user security and do no harm by design. This epi…
 
Today's Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Makone Maja and Hermann Pretorius. They discuss discussion of a new state of disaster to deal with the Eskom crisis, the ANC's plan for White Economic Empowerment in the NEC and the massive backlog of surgeries in Gauteng hospitals. Subscribe on Google Podcasts · Subscribe on Apple Podcasts · Subscri…
 
Today's Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Martin van Staden and Philasande Shongwe. They discuss the fall of the anti-ANC coalition government in Johannesburg and what it means for SA's political future. They also discuss the EFF deciding to turn on the IFP and they discuss Malaysia's lessons for South Africa. Subscribe on Google Podcasts · …
 
We at Takshashila Institution have released our findings of our survey on Heritable Gene Editing. In this episode of All Things Policy, Shambhavi Naik and Harshit Kukreja discuss gene editing, India’s viewpoint, our survey’s results and much more. Readings: https://takshashila.org.in/research/views-on-heritable-gene-editing-survey-from-india https:…
 
A small crack in children’s foundational learning can be exacerbated as the years go on. Unless it’s addressed quickly, children get stuck in a vicious cycle, falling further and further behind their counterparts. Which is where small-group tuition comes in.Featuring host Kat Clay, with Julie Sonnemann, Principal Advisor, and Anika Stobart, Senior …
 
What is net neutrality and why is it damaging? In this episode of the IEA Podcast, IEA Head of Public Policy Matthew Lesh discusses this with Senior Vice President at Strand Consult and Senior Contributor to Forbes Magazine, Dr Roslyn Layton. Last year, Matthew authored, 'Expanding the Web: The case against net neutrality', which can be read here: …
 
2023 will be a critical year for China. The party leadership around Xi Jinping is faced with an unprecedented health crisis and a troubled economy, while it must balance its relationships with the US and Europe with its "no-limits" partnership with Russia. To anticipate what 2023 might have in store for us, we conducted the 4th MERICS China Forecas…
 
Global temperatures are expected to rise by 1.5℃ by 2050 and 3℃ to 4℃ by 2100. This will have disastrous consequences for us. In this episode of All Things Policy, Harshit Kukreja and Carl Jaison discuss climate change, global cooperation, biological reasoning and much more. Readings: Human Cooperation and the Crises of Climate Change, COVID-19, an…
 
Today's Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Sara Gon and Chris Hattingh. They discuss a case of arson on a mushroom farm which resulted in 315 people losing their jobs. They also discuss the president claiming there is a "silent revolution in education". And lastly they chat about Mbalula's demand the ANC protect Mantashe. Subscribe on Google …
 
Today's Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Gabriel Crouse and Chris Hattingh. The crew chats about the DA's march on Luthuli House in protest of load shedding. They also chat about the ANC's defence of the policy of cadre deployment in court and the confusing message from Lesufi on Soweto's Eskom debt. Subscribe on Google Podcasts · Subscribe…
 
Jency Jacob, Managing Editor of Boom Live, India's first and largest fact-checking newsroom, dissects the new draft rule that makes the Press Information Bureau the final arbiter of the truth when it comes to journalism related to Central government decisions. You can follow Jency Jacob on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jencyjac You can follow Sachin…
 
Today's Daily Friend show with John Endres, Michael Morris and Nicholas Lorimer. They discuss the planned DA march to Luthuli House protesting load-shedding. They also discuss the way out of the Eskom crisis and the growing debate over federalism in South Africa. Subscribe on Google Podcasts · Subscribe on Apple Podcasts · Subscribe on Spotify…
 
In the view of Japan's Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, East Asia could be the next Ukraine. He has warned that "the situation around Japan is becoming increasingly severe with attempts to unilaterally change the status quo by force." Mr Kishida has two countries in mind: North Korea and Japan’s long-term regional rival, China. The fear is that a war…
 
Indian research and scholarship are significantly impacted by the lack of a proper declassification policy for government documents. This prevents a holistic assessment of crucial issues, especially in foreign policy, military history, public policy, and modern history. In this episode, Aditya Ramanathan, Manoj Kewalramani, and Saurabh Todi discuss…
 
Today's Daily Friend Show with Terence Corrigan, Nicholas Lorimer, and Sholan Booysen. They discuss the plan Afriforum to build its own power stations as well as the president's comments on Eskom's tariff hike. Also they discuss the matric pass rate and the commemoration of the battle of Isandlwana. Subscribe on Google Podcasts · Subscribe on Apple…
 
In this episode of the IEA Podcast, IEA Head of Public Policy Matthew Lesh speaks to author and Distinguished Fellow in Political Economy and Senior Research Faculty at the American Institute for Economic Research, Dr Samuel Gregg. They discuss free market capitalism's decline in popularity and Samuel's new book, 'The Next American Economy: Nation,…
 
Recently the University Grants Commission came up with draft regulations to facilitate foreign higher educational institutions to set up their campuses in India. Suman Joshi and Sarthak Pradhan assess the possible impact of these regulations. Here are some references for the episode: Analysing India’s Higher Education Sector DRAFT University Grants…
 
The ADL has been trying to liaise with the FBI by offering ADL investigators as informants, offering to exchange files to “avoid duplication of investigation” and “train” FBI and law enforcement personnel since the 1940s. What have been the negative consequences for human rights activists? IRmep presents findings from years of Freedom of Informatio…
 
2023 promises to have many important developments in the tech policy space. Shailesh Chitnis and Bharath Reddy look at what we can expect this year in upcoming legislation, anti-trust judgments and digital public infrastructure. You can follow Bharath Reddy on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bharath_red For information on Takshashila's Graduate Certif…
 
Today's Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Sara Gon and Makone Maja. They discuss the glut of chickens as a result of loadshedding, the failure of the education system to produce people for the workplace, comments by the health minister on NHI and a possible mistake by City Power in Johannesburg with regards to bill collection. Subscribe on G…
 
South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol recently floated the possibility of his country acquiring nuclear weapons to deter North Korean aggression. This possibility could lead to an arms race and endanger the global nuclear nonproliferation order. In this episode, Saurabh Todi and Pranav Satyanath discuss the consequences of this hypothetical and its …
 
Today's Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Sholan Booysen and Marius Roodt. They discuss the IEB matric pass rate. The drop in China's population. Comments by Ramaphosa on the electricity tariff increase. They also discuss the issue of "unofficial" traffic pointsmen. Subscribe on Google Podcasts · Subscribe on Apple Podcasts · Subscribe on Sp…
 
Should India build new cities for growth and job creation? Why are we falling behind in improving our current cities? How can be incentivize people to migrate to cities? Sudisha Mishra and Sudeep Surendra comment on these questions and talk more about building sustainable cities. You can follow Sudisha Mishra on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MishraS…
 
There is a mood of anxiety as China celebrates the Lunar New Year. With families and friends gathering for a season of feasting, there is a worry that there could be a surge in Covid-19 infections, costing many lives. In late 2022, the Chinese government ended its so-called “Zero-Covid” policy and lifted travel restrictions. In this podcast, Mark W…
 
Today's Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Sara Gon and Chris Hattingh. The discuss the ongoing Eskom crisis and how government is perhaps not fully truthful in its claims to foreign audiences. They also discuss a legal effort to challenge load-shedding in the courts, and they discuss fewer people dying on the roads in 2022. Subscribe on Goog…
 
Last week, India held a Voice of the Global South Summit, engaging with 125 countries. The Indian government said that the aim of the two-day summit was to understand the priorities of countries in the Global South and to amplify their voices in the G20. In this episode, Saurabh Todi and Manoj Kewalramani discuss the outcomes of the summit and the …
 
Today's Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Hermann Pretorius and Terence Corrigan. They discuss the seeming lack of urgency on the part of government to do anything to fix Eskom and the ongoing stage 6 crisis. They also discuss a survey of SA executives, who are worried about "state collapse" Subscribe on Google Podcasts · Subscribe on Apple …
 
It's been three years since the US Space Force came into existence. Its purpose and missions are shrouded in comical and mundane mystery. But what does the Space Force actually do? In this episode, Brian Weeden, Director of Program Planning for the Secure World Foundation, joins Aditya Ramanathan and Pranav Satyanath to demystify the role of the Sp…
 
Last December Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announced a package of reforms to financial services known as the 'Edinburgh Reforms'. The reforms would strip back burdensome EU red tape in an effort to make the City competitive against other international financial hubs. But have the reforms gone far enough? To discuss this, IEA Head of Public Policy Matthew…
 
Technology and innovation in the health sector have the potential to provide long-term answers to our population's evolving healthcare demands. In this episode, Mahek Nankani and Rohan Pai discuss how telemedicine provides a valuable opportunity to redesign health service models in India. You can follow Mahek Nankani on twitter: https://twitter.com…
 
Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III was the perfect keynote speaker at the January 10, 2023 AIPAC Political Leadership Forum. Austin prioritizes Israeli over American defense priorities, advocates illegal land grabs that benefit Israel, inserts Israel into places it does not belong, and uses cultish, reverential language. Most important, he is…
 
Today's Daily Friend Show with Alex Weiss, Nicholas Lorimer and Hermann Pretorius. They discuss comments by government figures about the malevolent forces who are really to blame for loadshedding. They also chat about the problem of vandalism and the first day back to school. Subscribe on Google Podcasts · Subscribe on Apple Podcasts · Subscribe on…
 
Unemployment in India hit an all-time high of 8.85% in December 2022 according to CMIE data. Anupriya Mohta, Sridhar Krishna, and Sudisha Mishra discuss the state of unemployment and how demand for jobs will play a pivotal role in the 2024 general elections. Further Readings: Unemployment in India has risen to its highest since the pandemic Budget …
 
Today's Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Martin van Staden and Chris Hattingh. They chat about the disturbing trend of assassinations at Fort Hare University. They also discuss moving Eskom to the ministry of Energy and the talk about expanding the South African reserve bank's mandate. Subscribe on Google Podcasts · Subscribe on Apple Podca…
 
2022 US Middle East policy review and 2023 forecast.US Middle East policy continued its downward spiral in 2022. The president and Congress aided and abetted illegal Israeli objectives over better policies preferred by overwhelming majorities of American voters. In poll after poll, Americans have signaled they would like to cut U.S. foreign aid to …
 
The year 2022 was perhaps the best year for space. The success of the James Web Space Telescope, the completion of China's Tiangong space station and the launch of the SLS rocket were among the major highlights of the year. What exciting space news can we expect in 2023? You can follow Aditya Ramanathan on twitter: https://twitter.com/adityascripts…
 
There would be catastrophic consequences if China invades Taiwan and tries to reunify the island with the mainland by force. Taiwan has said it will fight back with advanced weapons supplied by the US. Joe Biden says the American military would become involved. As well as the human cost, the economic consequences would also be severe. In this podca…
 
The Ministry of Consumer Affairs has spelled out its intention to curb online fake reviews. But what is a 'fake' review? Should the government intervene in such cases? What are the policy fall-outs of the government's move? You can follow Carl Jaison on twitter: https://twitter.com/CarlJaison You can follow Harshit Kukreja on twitter: https://twitt…
 
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