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The show that helps Christian men become the worldview leaders their families and churches need. Join Joel Settecase as he answers the questions the world is asking and discusses the Christian worldview with teachers, preachers and theologians. Together, they will help you build a legacy for your family: you, your kids and your wife will be able to confidently give answers from the Bible and see Jesus change lives as you share your faith. Presented by The Think Institute (https://thethink.in ...
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The Lowy Institute is a leading international think tank that looks at the world from Australia’s perspective. This channel aggregates audio from across all of our event and podcast channels.
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Discovery Institute

Discovery Institute

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Discovery Institute is a public policy think tank advancing a culture of purpose, creativity, and innovation. This podcasts collection features episodes from our ID the Future (idthefuture.com), Mind Matters (mindmatters.ai), and Humanize (humanize.today) podcasts.
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The Auron MacIntyre Show

Blaze Podcast Network

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So much of the political commentary out there is stale, boring, and unoriginal. Turn off the predictable and superficial talking points, and tune in to a show that is clinically proven to raise your IQ. The Auron MacIntyre Show offers thought-provoking and mold-breaking insights you won’t find anywhere else. Auron draws from the best political thinkers throughout history to make sense of our current political climate in a way that is easy to digest. Join Auron and his guests on a journey to ...
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Forward Thinking

McKinsey Global Institute

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Forward Thinking examines groundbreaking ways in which the world is evolving and how people and organizations can respond to changing demands and technologies. In each episode theorists, innovators, and business leaders discuss global trends—technology, artificial intelligence, globalization, urbanization, climate change, and more—with hosts Michael Chui and Janet Bush of the McKinsey Global Institute.
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Join Steve Pearlman, Ph.D. for fascinating and life changing discussions. • What critical thinking is and how to do it, for you and for your children • Ways to rethink social issues that impact you • Conversations with global experts • Groundbreaking ideas changing the world • Understanding your brain and your mind-body connection • The power and pitfalls of our educational system And so much more!
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Literally, A Podcast

The Institute of Higher Thinking, LLC

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The podcast where great writing meets guilty pleasure. Host Crystal DeLaurentis and creator Scott Garner review the best of genre fiction, popular bestsellers and nontraditional forms of literature with a light touch and genuine affection.
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Electricity. Finance. Transportation. Our water supply. In Hack the Plant, podcast host Bryson Bort looks for answers to the question: Does connecting these systems, and others, to the internet leaves us more vulnerable to attacks by our enemies? We often take these critical infrastructure systems for granted, but they’re all becoming increasingly dependent on the internet to function. From the ransomware threats of Colonial Pipeline to the failure of the Texas power grid, it is clear our in ...
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Modern CTO is the #1 place where technology leaders and CTOs hang out. We live to bring tech leaders value. Listen in on our fun, intelligent and engaging podcast. We hang out with interesting and popular CTOs in Aerospace, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics + Many more industries. All of this, right here, right now, on the Modern CTO Podcast. What do you think of the show? Let us know here!
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Hutton Highlights:

The James Hutton Institute

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Bringing you a glimpse into the world-leading research at The James Hutton Institute. Through conversations with our scientists and researchers, we'll be delving into everything from the impact of climate change and biodiversity loss to threats to food and water security.
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Formerly Guiding Assets, Enterprising Investor is the flagship podcast of CFA Institute and the definitive program for the investment management industry. As stewards of the investment industry, Enterprising Investor will feature intimate conversations with some of the most influential people from the world of finance about the topics that matter most to investment professionals. The show will also share crucial insights and best practices to help guide investors to make smart, ethical decis ...
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Paris Institute for Critical Thinking

Paris Institute for Critical Thinking

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The Paris Institute for Critical Thinking (PICT) is a non-profit educational organization based in Paris, France. Devoted to teaching and research in the humanities and arts, the institute offers a university-quality program of lectures, workshops, conferences, and 18-hour courses, all in the English language. Our aim is to provide a space for all English speakers regardless of background to engage in intellectual reflection and critical conversation. Subscribe above to follow our numerous P ...
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China In Context

SOAS China Institute

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China In Context is a weekly podcast providing expert analysis on politics, culture and international relations, featuring voices from the SOAS China Institute, University of London. The podcast is hosted by Duncan Bartlett.
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This Podcast will be the path for how to think different when you look at things in this life. Every two weeks an episode where KJ will talk and investigate one big idea. This Podcast is for the listeners who demand scepticism, but appreciate wonder.
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John Adams, the first American ambassador to the Netherlands, once said “Let us tenderly and kindly cherish...the means of knowledge. Let us dare to read, think, speak, and write.” The John Adams Institute has brought the best and the brightest of American thinking to Amsterdam for three decades. We have amassed a unique archive of great thinkers, speakers and writers, from Spike Lee to Francis Fukuyama to Al Gore. Now we’re sharing this treasure trove of thought and word with you. We believ ...
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These are tumultuous times in UK politics. Government is under strain, the civil service is under pressure, and ministers are grappling with the fallout of Covid, the impact of Brexit and an unprecedented cost-of-living crisis. So where is government working well and what is it doing badly? What can be done to make No10, the Treasury and the rest of government function more effectively? And as a general election draws ever nearer, what are the key political and policy dividing lines – and wh ...
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CityTalk

Canadian Urban Institute

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What's working, what's not and what's next for Canada's cities. Presented by noted urbanist Mary Rowe, president and CEO of the Canadian Urban Institute.
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Whether you are working hard or hardly working, join AEI Resident Fellow Brent Orrell as he explores national trends and public policies affecting the vitality of the American workforce and how to prepare yourself for success in our rapidly-changing economy. And whatever else happens, we promise it will take your mind off of your job.
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Welcome to the Impact 360 Institute podcast (www.impact360.org). This podcast is hosted by popular author and Director of Cultural Engagement Jonathan Morrow. Impact 360 institute exists to cultivate leaders who follow Jesus.
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New Humanists

Ancient Language Institute

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Join the hosts of New Humanists and founders of the Ancient Language Institute, Jonathan Roberts and Ryan Hammill, on their quest to discover what a renewed humanism looks like for the modern world. The Ancient Language Institute is an online language school and think tank, dedicated to changing the way ancient languages are taught.
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Faith Ventures Podcast

Libertarian Christian Institute

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Faith Ventures is about telling stories of Christians doing business for the glory of God. The virtue of market-driven work that serves other people is part of God’s design, and thus we should care about the principles of individual liberty that make that possible. This podcast inspires listeners to realize how their faith in Jesus affects everything around us, including our work in the marketplace.
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Dig into the art of disagreement and the power of love with social scientist Arthur Brooks. Against the backdrop of a toxic political climate engendered by the 2016 presidential election, season one focuses on the ways we can better disagree with our friends, family, and community. The second season focuses on love: what it means to find meaning in our work, loving our country, and how to love our enemies. Produced by the Vox Media Podcast Network.
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Midwifery for the People is a podcast about reimagining the way we approach the entirety of the birthing year. Margo’s goal is to combine her radical imagination with her knack for strategizing to bolster the birth revolution and a larger global revolution of feminine consciousness.
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Future Work World Podcast

Cpl's Future of Work Institute

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The purpose of the Future Work World Podcast is to amplify diverse ways of thinking about the future of work and life, to converge new ideas and perspectives from unexpected areas, to help broaden the scope of how we think and talk about future of work. Learn more at futurework.world.
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All Things Policy

Takshashila Institution

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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 ...
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The Think Neuro podcast from Pacific Neuroscience Institute takes you into the clinic, operating room and laboratory with doctors and surgeons who are tackling the most challenging brain diseases and disorders. You’ll go deep into the brain and beyond, exploring the neurological processes and structures that control our health, hormones, behaviors, movements, moods, and emotions. You’ll learn about new therapies that are giving hope for sufferers of the most challenging diseases, and you’ll ...
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The Brookings Podcast on Economic Activity connects you to cutting edge economic policy research and the renowned economists who create it. On each episode, the Brookings Papers on Economic Activity editors introduce new BPEA research and present a conversation between the author and a Brookings scholar to bridge the divide between economic theory and practical policy solutions.
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Economics & Beyond with Rob Johnson

Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)

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Rob Johnson is not your average economist, and this is not your average economics podcast. Every week, Rob talks about economic and social issues with a guest who probably wasn’t on your Econ 101 reading list, from musicians to activists to rebel economists. A podcast of The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET).
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Christian Apologetics—the defense of your faith—can easily lead to getting sidetracked. It's important to keep the Gospel as the goal of your approach.In this episode, you're getting an exclusive sneak-peak at one of the lectures of the Apologetics Foundations Course from the Hammer & Anvil Society.Specifically, you will learn: 00:00 Introduction 1…
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Today we’re talking to Seth Shostak, Senior Astronomer at SETI Institute and Co-host of the Big Picture Science Podcast. We discuss what humanity knows about life outside of the solar system, how much of the sky SETI is truly keeping an eye on, and why the deepest scientific questions aren’t being answered. All of this right here, right now, on the…
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As COVID-19 swept across the globe, many nations struggled to define a cohesive public health strategy to prevent the spread of the disease. However, in spite of the lack of a clear plan, improvised strategies of behavioral changes—e.g., masking, social distancing—slowed transmission until a vaccine could be developed. The new BPEA paper, “The impa…
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The PCA (Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) Act, 1960, though progressive on paper, is outdated and lacks the teeth to make an impact in today's day and age. There have been efforts since 2016 to improve this law, from increasing penalties to sensitising stakeholders. In this podcast, Malathi Renati interviews Mousumi Gupta and Shreya Paropkari on w…
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Congestion. Sneezing. Runny nose. Stuffy nose. These symptoms may be all too familiar to those with allergic rhinitis – sometimes called seasonal allergies or hay fever. An incredibly common condition, allergic rhinitis, affects about 1 in 5 people and is triggered by exposure to allergens, like pollen or pet dander. Dr. Michael Yong is a board cer…
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Are we common or rare? You can be on either side of the question and still be excited about the search for habitable planets capable of harboring life. On this episode of ID the Future, host and amateur astronomer Eric Anderson concludes his two-part conversation with Bijan Nemati, professional astronomer and expert on exoplanet search technology, …
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While few of us are physically imprisoned or bound by the classic tool of totalitarian oppression, we still feel the incredible power of modern institutions to dictate our behavior. Last Things joins me to discuss French philosopher Gilles Deleuze and his concept of the control society. Follow on: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-au…
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Public services are a key election battleground. The NHS is consistently cited in surveys as one of the top two issues facing the country, while social care and schools have played a critical role in deciding recent elections. Rishi Sunak made improving NHS performance one of his key pledges, Keir Starmer included healthcare and schools in his six …
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Gas is a finite resource – so why is Australia essentially giving it away? Rising demand as the world emerged from COVID-19 lockdowns, coupled with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, has led to massive windfall profits for the gas industry. But according to new Australia Institute research, the gas companies aren’t paying royalties on most of the gas th…
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Recently, the US Congress has passed a unanimous bill to promote resolution of the Tibet-China dispute, with a two-fold aim to encourage China to communicate effectively with the Dalai Lama, and to counter the Communist Party's disinformation on Tibetan culture and history. In this episode of All Things Policy, Anushka Saxena and Amit Kumar discuss…
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Design your look, design your life. Rambler Studios is a creative platform for raw talent. It offers young people a safe space where they can discover what they’re good at and find a sense of belonging – and maybe a career in street fashion. Started by Carmen van der Vecht in Amsterdam in 2010, it has branched out to New York’s Lower East Side. It …
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Young children in immigrant and refugee families can encounter mental-health risks related to their migration and integration experiences, ranging from discrimination and economic stress to persecution and violence in the case of young refugees. Infant and early childhood mental-health (IECMH) services have the potential to provide beneficial suppo…
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China has a strategy to forge partnerships with countries in the so-called Global South. This pits it against other influential nations which also claim to be international leaders. Furthermore, many people in developing countries resent being pressed to pick sides. The podcast includes a discussion on Chinese foreign policy between Professor Steve…
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Urban Indians are increasingly buying groceries online. Shambhavi Naik, Ashwin Prasad and Shreya Ramakrishnan discuss the good and bad of online grocery shopping and how it will impact the food industry and food habits All Things Policy is a daily podcast on public policy brought to you by the Takshashila Institution, Bengaluru. Find out more on ou…
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One of the most exciting areas of space research is the search for Earth-like planets around other stars. Since the first discovery some 30 years ago, thousands of exoplanets have been identified and catalogued, but the vast majority bear little resemblance to Earth and would not be conducive to even simple life, much less large organisms such as o…
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Some centrists and mainstream conservatives have warned about the rise of a new political threat: the woke right. We'll be discussing the idea of a woke right and why establishment figures seem so worried about this growing opposition to the status quo. Follow on: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-auron-macintyre-show/id1657770114 Sp…
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Happy Pride! In this episode we talk to Jenni Olsen, Senior Director of the Social Media Safety Program at GLAAD, about their work in promoting LGBTQ safety, privacy, and expression online. We talk about the recently released Social Media Safety Index, which evaluates social media platforms on their LGBTQ-inclusive policies. Some suggestions from t…
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In Episode 146 of Ill Literacy, Tim Benson talks with Scott Walter, author ofArabella: The Dark Money Network of Leftist Billionaires Secretly Transforming America. Heartland’s Tim Benson is joined by Scott Walter, president of the capital Research Center, to discuss his new book, Arabella: The Dark Money Network of Leftist Billionaires Secretly Tr…
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On today’s ID the Future from the vault, distinguished British physician and author David Galloway explains why he’s convinced that the human fetal circulatory system is irreducibly complex and therefore beyond the reach of a blind gradualistic evolutionary process. In this second half of his conversation with host and fellow physician Geoffrey Sim…
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Today we’re talking to Daniel Faggella, Head of Research & CEO at Emerj. We discuss the possibility of being 10 years away from AGI, how such a technology could compete with humanity, and what business leaders are actually talking about in light of these technological developments. All of this right here, right now, on the Modern CTO Podcast! To le…
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In this episode, Sowmya Prabhakar & Ashwin Kak discuss about all things CSR. This year marks a decade since the CSR law was introduced. We talk about the CSR trajectory & what does it take for corporates to explore offbeat interventions. All Things Policy is a daily podcast on public policy brought to you by the Takshashila Institution, Bengaluru. …
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On Friday 14 June 2024 we had our inaugural lecture in honour of Allan Gyngell, the first Executive Director of the Lowy Institute and one of Australia’s most respected foreign policy thinkers. Allan’s friend and contemporary, Ric Smith, delivered the Lecture on the subject of statecraft — a notion dear to Allan, and one that reaches beyond routine…
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Imagine that you are the leading figure in a movement to renew the study and appreciation of classical literature, but you have come to the end of your life and not only has the educational and political situation not improved - it has gotten worse. Such was the vista spread out before Petrarch in his twilight. Jonathan and Ryan read and discuss so…
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In this episode of the Enterprising Investor podcast, host Mike Wallberg, CFA, interviews Alfonso Ricciardelli, CFA, about alternative credit. Alfonso co-edited “An Introduction to Alternative Credit” for the CFA Institute Research Foundation. Mike and Alfonso discuss the motivation behind the paper and the importance of expanding access to retail …
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In this episode of Midwifery for the People, I’m sharing a recording of an interview where Kristen Nagle of the Reclaiming Birth Conference asked me about my journey into radical midwifery! Different things come out when different people ask me questions, so this was a lot of fun I chat about my background in women’s and gender studies, my shift fr…
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Yes, it’s that time again kids, panic the American people over heat waves by blaming them on climate change.This past week several news outlets talked about the “Western Heat Wave” and tried to link it to “climate change.” Climate Central was the source of most of these stories with a press release that said: “Between June 5-7, much of the Western …
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To rebuild a natural aristocracy that bases its power on community well-being, we must create alternative institutions outside the centralized state apparatus. Follow on: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-auron-macintyre-show/id1657770114 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3S6z4LBs8Fi7COupy7YYuM?si=4d9662cb34d148af Substack: http…
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Manifesto week of the general election campaign has seen lots of promises, plenty of policies and even more polling – but whose plans for government actually add up? Kitty Donaldson, chief political commentator of the i paper, is this week’s podcast guest as Inside Briefing weighs up what we learned from the manifesto launches – and what they mean …
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Summer is a great time to rest, enjoy the nice weather, and listen to your favorite podcasts. Tune into the Faith & Work Podcast as we kick off a four-part summer series. In these episodes we will be featuring some of our best content filled with practical takeaways and great insights. To kickoff this series we will hear from Shundrawn Thomas, foun…
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Join us for an insightful episode of " Journey Through Tibet: Unlocking the Secrets of Transport Infrastructure," where Shreya Ramakrishnan, Programme Manager of the Graduate Certificate in Public Policy (Advanced Public Policy) program at Takshashila Institution, interacts with Dr. Y. Nithiyanandam, Professor and Head of Geospatial Research at Tak…
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Manifesto launches are a significant moment in any general election campaign, and Thursday’s publication of Labour’s manifesto is a big chance for Keir Starmer to set out how his party would govern if it wins the general election on 4 July.So how plausible are the manifesto’s plans? What are the big dividing lines with the Conservatives? How would …
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The Heartland Institute’s Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, Justin Haksins, and Chris Talgo present episode 453 of the In The Tank Podcast. The European Union recently passed a law that would essentially mandate many of the guidelines and metrics of the ESG scheme we have talked much about on this show. You might ask, "Who cares about Europe?" Unfortunate…
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Americans are grappling with the complexities of economic growth, technology, and their impacts on society. This week, Brent talks with Oxford University economist Daniel Susskind, who explores these themes in his latest book Growth: A Reckoning. Together, Brent and Susskind discuss the historical context of growth, the role of technological advanc…
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Manifesto launches are a significant moment in any general election campaign, and Tuesday’s publication of the Conservative manifesto is a big opportunity for Rishi Sunak’s party to set out its vision for government if it wins the general election on 4 July.So what are the flagship policies? Do the tax and spending numbers add up? How plausible and…
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Today we’re talking to Michael Krigsman, Host of CXOTalk. We discuss Michael’s journey interviewing top executives for nearly 1000 episodes, what he’s learned from these exceptional minds, and how CTOs in particular can become the best versions of themselves. All of this right here, right now, on the Modern CTO Podcast! To learn more about CXOTalk,…
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In this episode of All Things Policy, Anushka Saxena and Amit Kumar discuss China's Representation at the recently concluded Shangri La Dialogue 2024 in Singapore. They further talk about remarks made by Dong Jun and Cui Tiankai at the Dialogue, and the internal debate in the Chinese party-state apparatus regarding China's vision for regional secur…
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In this episode of The Director's Chair, the Lowy Institute's Executive Director Michael Fullilove is joined by The New York Times columnist Bret Stephens. They discuss the forthcoming US election and why he thinks Donald Trump is likely to return to the White House. They also talk about the conflicts in Ukraine and the Middle East, AUKUS, cancel c…
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