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The GPL Podcast, now part of the Pulltab Sports family, is a roundtable type of format that talks about the University of Minnesota Men's Hockey Team, BigTen Hockey and College Hockey in general. It is a weekly podcast that happens during the college hockey season. (October - April) The host is Craig Cotner "Jupiter" who runs the GopherPuckLive.com website. He is joined by Eric Vegoe who covers the Gophers as a writer for GopherPuckLive. We also have special guests join the program from time ...
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Rebecca Pincus, Director of the Wilson Center’s Polar Institute. She highlights the recently announced Icebreaker Collaboration Effort (ICE-PACT) by the US, Canada, and Finland. The collaboration is intended to “strengthen shipbuilding and maritime industrial capacity through closer cooperation…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by William Drozdiak, Global Fellow with the Wilson Center’s Global Europe Program and author of “The Last President of Europe: Emmanuel Macron's Race to Revive France and Save the World.” He discusses the recent legislative election in France in which, contrary to pre-election projections, left wi…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Michael Collins, Executive Director, The Americas at the Institute for Economics & Peace. He highlights the 18th edition of the annual Global Peace Index (GPI), produced by the Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP). The index is the world’s leading measure of peacefulness, and “reveals that the…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Arnaud Kurze, Wilson Center Global Fellow and Associate Professor of Justice Studies, Montclair State University, Liana Almony, Deputy Director at UNANIMA International, and Franz Baumann, Former Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations. They highlight the concept of climate justice, t…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Sung-Yoon Lee, Fellow with the Wilson Center’s Indo-Pacific Program, Former Kim Koo-Korea Foundation Professor of Korean Studies and Assistant Professor, the Fletcher School, Tufts University. He discusses his project at the Wilson Center, “The Pyongyang Playbook: North Korea’s Provocations, Pe…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we speak with Nader Nadery, Senior Fellow with the Wilson Center’s Indo-Pacific Program. He discusses the new report, “Human Rights Under Siege Salvaging the International Rights Regime in a Turbulent World Order.” The report examines how, 75 years after the creation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we focus on the latest edition of the Wilson Quarterly, Understanding Russia, with the help of editor Stephanie Bowen and contributor Izabella Tobarovsky. Tobarovsky’s article, Antisemitic Propaganda and Disinformation in Putin’s War Against Democracies, examines how “Russia’s long history of exploiting antisem…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we speak with Robert Daly, Director of the Wilson Center’s Kissinger Institute. He highlights Secretary Blinken’s recent trip to China and examines whether a new Cold War has developed between the two nations. Daly also discusses how the Biden administration’s goal of “managed competition” with Beijing is playi…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we highlight the Refugee and Forced Displacement Initiative (RAFDI) Working Group Report, “US Leadership Matters in Addressing Forced Displacement Crisis,” with co-authors, John Thon Majok, James Hollifield, and Susan F Martin. The report “seeks to provide guidance and actionable recommendations for the US gove…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Ambassador Kristie Kenney, former senior US diplomat who served as the 32nd Counselor of the US Department of State and Ambassador to the Republic of Ecuador, the Philippines, and Thailand. She discusses the first-ever US-Japan-Philippines trilateral summit held in Washington on April 11th. Ken…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by David Sanger, former Wilson Center Distinguished Fellow and White House and National Security Correspondent for the New York Times, and Mary Brooks, researcher, writer, documentarian, and former Wilson Center Public Policy Fellow. They discuss their new book, “New Cold Wars: China's Rise, Russi…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we highlight the 5th anniversary of the Middle East Program's blog, Enheduanna with Merissa Khurma and Faria Nasruddin. The blog seeks to “inspire diverse women contributors from the Middle East to voice their thoughts and express their ideas about the state of women in their countries and their often ignored y…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we speak with Jacqueline Charles, Pulitzer Prize finalist and Emmy Award-winning foreign correspondent for the Miami Herald. She discusses the ongoing political and security crisis in Haiti. With gangs reportedly controlling large areas of the capital and the resignation of acting Prime Minister Ariel Henry, Ch…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we speak with Steve Coll, editor at the Economist, author, and a two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize. He discusses his latest book, “The Achilles Trap: Saddam Hussein, the CIA, and the Origins of America’s Invasion of Iraq.” The author uncovered unpublished and underreported sources, conducted interviews with…
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We have both Adam Wodon and Brad Schlossman on the podcast to talk about the NCAA Regional format. Adam did’t like Vegoe’s word of Disingenuous, so I thought it made a great title to the show. Did we come up with a solution? No. But we are keeping the conversation going!We also got in to the 2pts in South Bend against Notre Dame. Previewed the fina…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we speak with William Pomeranz, Director of the Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute. He discusses the anniversaries of Russia’s invasion of Crimea in 2014 and the subsequent invasion of Ukraine in 2022. Pomeranz also explains what the death of Russian activist Alexei Navalny may mean for the Putin regime, Russia, …
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we focus on the latest edition of the Wilson Quarterly, The New Multilateralism, with the help of editor Stephanie Bowen. Also joining us are contributors Robin Quinville and Philip Reeker. Their article, Reinventing Security and Cooperation in Europe, examines how “by taking lessons from NATO, the OSCE could b…
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A brand new guest joined the podcast this week as Brian Tripp, the voice of Penn State hockey as well as the Frozen Four on Westwood One, joined the show! We are still trying to figure out what goalie interference is after the BADger series. We also got a bit in to the struggles Minnesota has with the shootout. We also previewed the weekend against…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Jennifer Turner, Director of the Wilson Center's China Environment Forum, and Karen Mancl, Wilson Center Fellow and Professor in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering at The Ohio State University. They discuss a new Wilson Center and Ohio State University joint project…
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When Wilson Center NOW launched almost 10 years and more than 500 episodes ago, our topic was the Sochi Olympics and our guest was then Kennan Institute Director Matthew Rojansky. Matt, now President and CEO of the U.S. Russia Foundation and a Distinguished Fellow with Kennan, is back to mark the program’s anniversary and also help us explore how R…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by the Mexico Institute’s Andrew Rudman and Lila Abed. The discuss the upcoming 2024 presidential election in Mexico and highlight the program’s new publication, Mexico's Next President | Challenges and Recommendations. This booklet “offers recommendations on six of the most salient issues for con…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Southern Voices Network for Peacebuildingscholars Kgalalelo Nganje, Adane Tadesse, and Marie Grace Kagoyire Gasinzigwa. They discuss their projects, “Toward Greater Synergy Between International and Domestic Election Observation,” “Simmering Inte…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Merissa Khurma of the Wilson Center’s Middle East Program, and Izabella Tabarovsky, Kennan Institute Senior Advisor on Regional Partnerships and Programming. They discuss the latest developments in the Israel-Hamas conflict, the threat of the war expanding to neighboring states, and the Biden a…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we discuss the record-breaking heat of the summer of 2023 and the high number of extreme weather events experienced around the globe. Can a direct line be drawn between such events and climate change? And what are the implications of this emerging new normal as it relates to climate projections, resilience, and…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we focus on the latest edition of the Wilson Quarterly, Africa Matters, with the help of editor Stephanie Bowen. Also joining us are contributors Akunna Cook and Amarachi Nwosu. Their articles, Africa Is Ready For Its Next Narrative and Culture in Motion highlight the rapidly growing creative economy throughout…
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In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Peter Zwack, Former U.S. Army Brigadier General and Global Fellow with the Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute. He provides an update on the ongoing Ukrainian counter offensive against Russia, the mood among the Ukrainian population and leadership, and the continued focus on increasing supplies of…
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