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The Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence seeks to advance a critical debate on the new political economy of Europe. We are based at Dublin's European Institute (DEI) at University College Dublin. The DEI is the oldest and largest university centre for research on European politics in the Republic of Ireland. In this podcast we interview scholars, journalists, policymakers, and activists. Our focus is on the Centre's three key research themes: economic governance, democratic legitimacy, and prote ...
 
Pundits Pub is "America's Public House" where YOU become the pundit. We'll discuss the major political, social and cultural issues facing the American People today. Pundits Pub is a feast for the mind, a special place to relax with a cocktail, or your favorite soft drink, and maybe have a few laughs while we discuss some pretty darn important issues. Bracing for the intellect, invigorating your artistic soul, Pundits Pub is your alternative multi-media destination.
 
Alternative Frequencies | غيّر الموجة is a new bilingual podcast by the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies - a Beirut-based, independent, and non-profit research organization - dropping new episodes every Tuesday at 5PM (UTC+3). Recognizing a renewed interest in understanding the factors that led Lebanon into its overlapping crises, and wanting to discuss ways to move forward during these uncertain times, LCPS brings you informed 30-minute conversations with experts, scholars and activists o ...
 
In 2013, we started the Mythicist Milwaukee organization in order to offer a community to individuals that identified with secularism. We have since transitioned to Mythinformed with the goal of promoting viewpoint diversity in the social and political landscape. Our organization has been involved in many projects including filmmaking, conference organizing, comedy tours, talent management, podcasting, vlogging and more. We will continue to create content and events around trending topics in ...
 
The Europe Desk is a podcast from the BMW Center for German and European Studies at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. It brings together leading experts working on the most pertinent issues facing Europe and transatlantic relations today. Music by Sam Kyzivat and Breakmaster Cylinder Production by Alistair Somerville, Laura Rodriguez and Simon Close Design by Sarah Diebboll https://cges.georgetown.edu/podcast Twitter and Instagram: @theeuropedesk
 
In a six-part podcast miniseries, economist James Meadway and journalist Kirsty Styles delve into our economic system, the difference between capitalism and neoliberalism, and how neoliberalism came to dominate modern day economics. From the team behind the Weekly Economics Podcast. "Lively and engaging… To me, it sounded like they were talking a lot of sense" - The Observer Produced by James Shield. Programme editor for NEF: Huw Jordan. Brought to you by the New Economics Foundation – the i ...
 
Guns and Butter investigates the relationships among capitalism, militarism and politics. Show list: http://gunsandbutter.snappages.com/archived-show-list.htm. Maintaining a radical perspective in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks, Guns and Butter reports on who wins and who loses when the economic resources of civil society are diverted toward global corporatization, war, and the furtherance of a national security state. Subscribe free to the newsletter at: http://www.gunsandbutte ...
 
Improving economic policy is a key component of building a just society. Though Catholic Social Teaching has a lot to say about economic policy, there are relatively few outlets discussing the rich and beautiful tradition of economic theory and policy provided to us by the Church. Join economist Dr. Levi Russell as he discusses economic concepts and current events through the lens of Catholic Social Teaching. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/catholiceconomics/support
 
Audio podcasts of public lectures, seminars and events from the SOAS Department of Economics. The SOAS Department of Economics is a leading centre for economic research. We have a vibrant research culture driven by staff working on a plethora of issues, but we specialise in the study of developing and emerging economies and our work covers an unparalleled range of countries and regions.
 
The Bat Segundo Show is a cultural radio program devoted to quirky and very thorough long-form interviews with contemporary authors, idiosyncratic thinkers, and other assorted artists. Guests have included John Waters, John Updike, Stephen Fry, Marilynne Robinson, Karen Russell, David Lynch, Weird Al Yankovic, Robert A. Caro, and more than 500 others. Follow Your Ears is an investigative radio program committed to original inquiry and the pursuit of a specific subject through several angles.
 
Women are dropping out. They’re dropping out of the workplace to become yoga teachers. Leaving behind careers to sell essential oils and fitness programs. Opting out of STEM to focus on their Paleo diet cookbook. And even when they stay in, they’re spending their lunch hours talking about their latest diet, getting up from their desks to do burpees or add a few more steps to their FitBit, waking up early or staying out late to beat their bodies into submission at hot yoga or Crossfit. They’r ...
 
This podcast helps to understand the Bible. It is designed for people who are not satisfied with cheap answers. Get answers to real questions and see how many things make sense after all. You will discover principles and truths that will open up the Bible and the history of Christianity in a meaningful way. Benno Alexander Zuiddam is a traditional Christian scholar with doctorates in Theology and Classics.
 
A weekly discussion from the editors of Contrivers' Review. Cover Art: This photograph is part of the Fonds André Cros, preserved by the city archives of Toulouse and released under CC BY-SA 4.0 license by the deliberation n°27.3 of June 23rd, 2017 of the Town Council of the City of Toulouse.
 
Phoenix Danger travels through time and space, parsing through queer theory to collect the anecdotes, relics, and visions that shape our queer present and break ground on our queer futures. In each episode, we’ll review the work of a different queer theorist, wrapping personal narratives into the fabric of each era, considering the role of queer theory in documenting survival and struggle. It’s the queer theory class you didn’t know you needed, where Danger breaks down complicated topics and ...
 
Perhaps no story is as essential to get right as the history of capitalism. Nearly all of our theories about promoting progress come from how we interpret the economic changes of the last 500 years. This past decade's crises continue to remind us just how much capitalism changes, even as its basic features—wage labor, financial markets, private property, entrepreneurs—endure. While capitalism has a global history, the United States plays a special role in that story. This course will help yo ...
 
From Plato to quantum physics, Walter Benjamin to experimental poetry, Frantz Fanon to the history of political radicalism, The Podcast for Social Research is a crucial part of our mission to forge new, organic paths for intellectual work in the twenty-first century: an ongoing, interdisciplinary series featuring members of the Institute, and occasional guests, conversing about a wide variety of intellectual issues, some perennial, some newly pressing. Each episode centers on a different top ...
 
Conversations with practitioners in adult and further education in Ireland. This podcast explores a wide range of topics of interest to those working in Adult and Further Education. Bringing you conversations on theory, practice and policy in an understandable, accessible format. Please note that any issues discussed on the podcast are the opinions of individuals and do not necessarily represent the opinions of the organisations they represent. Cover art photo provided by Paul Bulai on Unspl ...
 
Welcome to Social Medicine On Air, a podcast where we explore the field of social medicine with healthcare practitioners, activists, and researchers. Social medicine hopes to work for a world of justice and health - especially for the most marginalized - and connects clinical care to the deeper causes of health and illness. Through our conversational interviews, we hope to create a warm and welcoming space to learn about social medicine and meet the amazing people you'll find there. Hosted b ...
 
Today’s world order is in unprecedented flux. The United States is navigating a new international system in which cannot dictate global rules. Conflict continues to destabilize the Middle East and attract an outsized share of policy attention around the world and in Washington. Host Thanassis Cambanis interviews activists and analysts about the most pressing issues in international policy. This podcast is produced by The Century Foundation, a progressive think tank that for more than one hun ...
 
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How do protests - both non-violent and violent - impact the public's voting behaviors? How does the media filter messages about protests to the public? Princeton professor Omar Wasow joins the show to discuss his research on protests, violence and voting. We discuss all of the above, as well as how can we compare the protests of the 1960s to today'…
 
Back on track this week, the homies discuss Anti-IMF/Austerity protests in Costa Rica within the context of Neoliberalism at-large, the history of Fascism in Brazil and the Americas, updates to Bolivia's electoral trajectory and what's at stake, and Uribe's release from house arrest and Colombia's existence as the Israel of the Americas. If you sup…
 
Subscribe and hear the full thing @ patreon.com/reelpolitik.It's episode 169! Nice!!!Jack and Yair are back with the back half of Norman Jewison's filmography, picking up after F.I.S.T. (1978) with a quick breeze through his 1979-91 filmography, before getting deep into 1991's Other People's Money - a flawed but somewhat incisive portrait of a chan…
 
Economist Rupert J. Ederer explains the relationship between the social teaching of the Church and neoliberal economics. Support the Show! Patreon: http://patreon.com/catholiceconomics Subscribestar: http://subscribestar.com/Catholic-Economics-Podcast Follow Me on Social Media! https://twitter.com/CatholicEcon https://www.facebook.com/Catholic-Econ…
 
Black self defense is essential to minimize state violence. Good strategy isn't infinite. The war-game might be rigged, but it can still be fun. Is the China-US relationship a security dilemma, or nah? Klaus Schwab says neoliberalism is dead, but the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he doesn't exist. Also this episode: …
 
On June 25th and 26th, 2020, in response to the protests convulsing the nation in the wake of the racist killings of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd, among countless others, BISR conducted a two-day teach-in, free and open to the public, in which faculty explored issues and concepts that contextualize the crisis of American racism, …
 
A World to Win is a new podcast from Grace Blakeley bringing you a weekly dose of socialist news, theory and action with guests from around the world. In the second episode of A World to Win, Grace talks to former foreign minister of Ecuador Guillaume Long about the impact of Covid-19 in the country, the rise and fall of the Correa government and t…
 
As the UAE and Bahrain reach a US-backed agreement with Israel, author and scholar Norman Finkelstein discusses the confluence of powerful forces that have sold out the Palestinian cause: Gulf monarchies, Palestinian Authority leaders, and U.S. liberals who have found common cause with far-right evangelicals and neocons in backing the Israeli occup…
 
Pope Francis has emphasized usury to a greater degree than recent popes. How are liberal capitalists coping with this? What lessons can we learn about our own ideology and the social teaching of the Church from their responses? Leonine Institute paper on usury Acton blog post on Pope Francis & usury Pope Francis on usury 1 & 2 Pope Benedict on usur…
 
Harleen Marwah (@ThereGoesHarMar) dives into the conversation on the links between health, healing, and the climate crisis - and how people in healthcare can work for a healthier world. Recorded in the midst of the record-setting 2020 California fires, we discuss the health effects of a climate in crisis, climate grief, connecting clinical work wit…
 
How Washington punishes those who support peace. What real diversity in foreign policy looks like. Why rivalries make people stupid, especially great-power ones. Why Vietnam is probably not Asia's next economic "miracle." And who needs a literary agent? Depends what you're trying to publish, and where. Hunter Marston Tweet: https://twitter.com/hmar…
 
Staff and students across Australia are facing the challenge of organising during a pandemic to respond a massive crisis in higher education. Vice Chancellors are claiming that universities need to cut jobs in order to save money that has been wiped from their projected profits. The Liberal government has taken the opportunity to push through a ‘Jo…
 
Hey everyone! Welcome to Episode 26 of Fully Automated… or, at least, Episode 26, Part One!This is a super long overdue episode with a guest I have wanted to have on the show for a long time: Adam Proctor, the host of Dead Pundit's Society. Adam has been doing his show FULL TIME for the last four years, delivering not only on his commitment to evan…
 
Noam Chomsky warns that the Trump administration poses a unique threat to humanity, but its most reckless policies are receiving far too little attention. Chomsky discusses the White House's threats to the New START treaty, the last remaining accord limiting the US and Russia's nuclear weapons arsenals; its latest round of crippling sanctions and t…
 
في الحلقة ١٤ من بودكاست غيّر الموجة، يحاور سامي زغيب الخبير المالي دان قزّي عن القيود على السحوبات بالليرة اللبنانية وغاياتها، أثرها على الإقتصاد،وفشل المقاربة النقدية "الداروينية" المعتمدة من المصرف المركزي والحكومة لمعالجة الأزمة. On the 14th episode of the Alternative Frequencies podcast, Sami Zoughaib talks with financial expert Dan Azzi about …
 
In recent years, the central Asian country of Kyrgyzstan has travelled a lot further along the path towards democracy than its neighboring post-Soviet states.Two revolutions in the last 15 years have deposed two presidents who, many Kyrgyz say, failed them.But the events following recent parliamentary elections are being called a “third revolution”…
 
Majda Ruge, Senior Policy Fellow with the Wider Europe Programme at the European Council on Foreign Relations, sat down with The Europe Desk to discuss the present situation in the Western Balkans, particularly Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Kosovo. The Europe Desk is a podcast from the BMW Center for German and European Studies at Georgetown U…
 
In a Grayzone exclusive, José Bustani, the former head of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, speaks out in support of two veteran OPCW inspectors who challenged a US-backed cover-up of their investigation in Syria. Bustani also reacts to the recent US-UK-France-led effort to prevent his testimony at the UN Security Council ab…
 
Seychelles is an island archipelago in the Indian Ocean, at the eastern edge of the Somali Sea.For many, it is a paradise on Earth.With a presidential election due to take place later in October, President Danny Faure aims to keep his party, ruling since 1977, in power.But the opposition seems stronger than ever before.Is there something new Faure’…
 
This week the homies discuss glacial melt in the Andes and the ramifications that has locally and internationally, Fanmi Lavalas in Haiti calling for general mobilizations against the regime in charge, a Brazilian Senator is arrested with cash hidden in his butt, and of course our final thoughts on everything transpiring regarding the election in B…
 
Imagine greenhouses that produce food using just sunshine and sea-water. In Australia and Africa they’re already a reality. We talk to one of the pioneers of the concept. Also, the latest research on the so-called “insect apocalypse”. And, the new aviation prize open to any enterprising spirit able to cross the Atlantic in a plane powered entirely …
 
Owen Hatherley and Kojo Koram join PTO to talk about Owen's essay, 'A Study in the Politics and Aesthetics of English Misery'. In the essay Owen reflects on the generational divides that have emerged over the course of the last two UK general elections by charting the musical evolution of The Smiths. Comparing Morrissey’s political trajectory to th…
 
What brought economist Rupert J. Ederer to Heinrich Pesch's solidarism? What motivated him to translate the Lehrbuch? I read his short note on the effect Pesch's work had on his life as an economist. My Journey into Solidarism - R.J. Ederer, Catholic Social Science Review, Vol. 3, 1998, pages 79-88 Support the Show! Patreon: http://patreon.com/cath…
 
This week, Grace is joined by Mary Lou McDonald, leader of Sinn Fein, to discuss the issues that drove the party's dramatic rise in this year’s general election, the impact of the pandemic on the Irish economy, and Sinn Fein’s proposals for a unification poll in the event of a no deal Brexit. Like this week's episode? Support us on Patreon: https:/…
 
This week, Grace is joined by Mary Lou McDonald, leader of Sinn Fein, to discuss the issues that drove the party's dramatic rise in this year’s general election, the impact of the pandemic on the Irish economy, and Sinn Fein’s proposals for a unification poll in the event of a no deal Brexit. Like this week's episode? Support us on Patreon: https:/…
 
Why does Judd Apatow have a better grasp on the China problem than Washington does? How should we understand the Indo-Pacific Quad, and what's a "speech-act institution?" Does Turkey have an imperial foreign policy? And why is nobody paying attention to India's sphere of influence? Also this episode: What principles should guide East Asia policy? T…
 
What will the voting experience be like in 2020? How will mail voting and accusations of voter fraud impact the election? What court battles around voting are currently taking place? Business Insider's Grace Panetta joins the show to discuss these voting issues and more. Further reading: Democracy Fund's 'Election Line' - https://electionline.org/ …
 
Weeks before the U.S. election, the Trump administration has imposed crushing new sanctions that sever Iran from the global financial system and further threaten the import of humanitarian goods. The Israeli government and the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, a pro-regime change think tank, reportedly lobbied White House officials for the new…
 
في حلقة هذا الأسبوع، تستضيف كارول أبي غانم عالمة الاجتماع والخبيرة في العمل اللاعنفي الدكتورة أوغاريت يونان للحديث عن مقاربتها للتنظيم السياسي، استراتيجيات النضال المختلفة، انتفاضة ١٧ تشرين، ولاستخلاص دروس من تجارب تاريخية أخرى في العالم. In this week's episode, Carol Abi Ghanem hosts sociologist and non-violence education and action advocate Dr Og…
 
Subscribe to patreon.com/reelpolitik to hear the full episode.Yair & Jack on The Shining (1980), The Shining (1997), Doctor Sleep (2019), Castle Rock (2018-present) and the whole Stephen King extended universe, plus similar reboot/prequel thing Ratched (2020-present), its source material One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Next (1975) and the assorted hackw…
 
Justin Brown, Ambassador of Australia to the EU, NATO, Belgium and Luxembourg joined us to discuss Australia's relationship with the EU, and how it has evolved. The Europe Desk is a podcast from the BMW Center for German and European Studies at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. It brings together leading experts working on the most pertinent…
 
Dr. Jones joins me to discuss the use of our reason as it relates to obedience to the Church and the State. We cover several recent topics including the 'rona, Pope Francis, and international trade. Check out Dr. Jones' latest book Logos Rising Support the Show! Patreon: http://patreon.com/catholiceconomics Subscribestar: http://subscribestar.com/C…
 
On this edition of Talk to Al Jazeera, we connect with Stef Blok, the minister of foreign affairs in the Netherlands, to review continuing crises around the world.From Belarus to Nagorno-Karabakh; from the dynamics between China and the United States to the geopolitical race between Turkey and Russia; and from the COVID-19 pandemic to Brexit and th…
 
The first of two episodes on Canadian filmmaker Norman Jewison - this one covering In The Heat of the Night, Fiddler On The Roof, Jesus Christ Superstar, Rollerball and F.I.S.T., his films from 1967-78. Jewison was a fine filmmaker if not a great one, and used his cinematic podium to espouse agreeable liberal values in a far less didactic way than …
 
Sasheenie Moodley (@SasheenieM) discusses the complexities of teenage motherhood, HIV, family dynamics, and navigating poverty in the townships of her native South Africa. She explains dynamics of familial expectation and young mothers being "hidden away," how one reveals HIV or pregnancy status, dreams of future success, and her experience doing r…
 
This week, Grace talks to Rob Davies, senior figure in the South African Communist Party and former South African Minister for Trade and Industry. They discuss the impact of COVID-19 on South Africa and the rest of the Continent, the hegemony of the ANC over South African politics, and the challenges of developing an industrial strategy in a highly…
 
This week, Grace talks to Rob Davies, senior figure in the South African Communist Party and former South African Minister for Trade and Industry. They discuss the impact of COVID-19 on South Africa and the rest of the Continent, the hegemony of the ANC over South African politics, and the challenges of developing an industrial strategy in a highly…
 
The Black Panther Party's intersection with North Korea is fascinating and surprising. Van sits down with Dr. Benjamin Young to talk about North Korea's relationship to radical leftist movements, the Black Panther Party, the travails of trying to work in academia, and Ben's upcoming book--Guns, Guerrillas, and the Great Leader.…
 
Support Pushback at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/aaronmateIan Henderson, a veteran OPCW inspector who challenged a cover-up of his organization's investigation of an alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria, recently testified before the United Nations Security Council. At the meeting, Henderson was both attacked and ignored by U.S., UK, and Fr…
 
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