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In this podcast series, I talk to other political scientists about one of their publications that can help us better understand the Transformation of European Politics in the past 20 years. We link these academic works to broader debates within political science but also try to show how they relate to current political developments.
 
Natthanan Kunnamas has been trained in European Studies for over 20 years and taught for over 14 years in over six modules related to the EU. She received BA in International Affairs and German Language with 1st Class Honours from Thammasat University, with highest GPAX (Summa Cum Laude) in 1996. She won Leeds-ASEM Chevening Scholarship to study MA European Politics (EU Public Policy) at University of Leeds, UK and further won Thai government’s funding for doctoral degree at the same place. ...
 
Breaking Britain is a podcast produced by the Europe's Borderlands Research Group at the European and International Studies Department in King's College London. Hosted by Russell Foster and Alex Clarkson, it will explore the pressures unravelling the unity of Britain and reopening the future of the island of Ireland in a European context. In each episode we will discuss the challenges reshaping a disunited kingdom as well as a wary republic with scholars and commentators who can provide expe ...
 
A critical but mostly overlooked aspect of both contemporary and historical political violence is the role diaspora communities have played in the planning, organization, financing, and execution of acts of terror. Members of the American Irish, Canadian Sikh, Swiss Tamil and Australian Croat diasporas—to provide just a sample—have all been powerful agents in the terrorist activities perpetrated in the name of their national and religious communities. The Diaspora Politics and Transnational ...
 
Matt Clifford, co-founder of Entrepreneur First, interviews the people behind some of the world's most important ideas. We explore in-depth some of the fastest-changing and most impactful areas of life, from technology to geopolitics and scientific progress to entrepreneurship. Guests include founders, investors, academics and journalists working and thinking at the frontier of these topics.Subscribe to the free weekly newsletter at http://tib.matthewclifford.com/
 
[We are transferring to a new platform so some of our episodes may temporarily be unavailable on your platform - find all our episodes on soundcloud]. Seden Anlar and Julia Lagoutte bring you the environmental & feminist angle on global politics news, and interviews with Green thinkers, politicians & activists. Available on all podcast apps including Itunes, Spotify, and Google. Come join the debate! We tweet at @BigGreenPolPod We'd love to hear from you: biggreenpoliticspodcast@gmail.com
 
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Steve O’Hear is a writer at Techcrunch and one of Europe’s leading technology journalists. He’s also, as he likes to put it, a “recovering founder”. In this conversation, we discuss consumer internet innovation in lockdown, the relationship between the media and the technology industry, the prospects for the European startup ecosystem, and how to t…
 
Samo Burja is founder of Bismarck Analytics and the author of Great Founder Theory, a manuscript that looks at how institutions and civilisations succeed and fail. It’s one of the most interesting things I’ve read this year and in this conversation we dive into its main themes. We discuss where great institutions come from, why there are so few of …
 
This week the Breaking Britain Podcast looks at how Unionism as a political identity and Britishness as a cultural identity have been affected by the growing pressures on the unity of the United Kingdom. Though independence movements have grown in Wales as well as Scotland and debates over Irish unification have gained momentum, political Unionism …
 
This week, the Breaking Britain Podcast will explore the often fraught relationship between the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom. Over the past century interactions between both states have suffered from tensions over issues of territorial integrity and national sovereignty. With the legacy of decades of violence in Northern Ireland as a …
 
Sarah Drinkwater is Director of Beneficial Tech at Omidyar Network, where she works on creating levers for a responsible tech industry. She’s one of the most thoughtful and optimistic people I know on the challenges of making technology a force for good in the world. In this conversation talk we cover a lot of ground: responsible technology, the tr…
 
In this episode, recorded on 8 February 2021, we explore how tensions over the unity of the British state have affected debates over power and identity in Welsh society. With its own legislature, language and party landscape, Wales has evolved a unique political culture whose internal evolution has become increasingly affected by debates over indep…
 
In this episode of the Daily Briefing Ben and Nelson discuss what the pandemic means for representative democracy. We also discuss the, rather out-there idea of a national government. Back us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tldrnews
 
As part of the Europe's Borderlands research group at the King's College London European Studies Department, this podcast series will take a deeper look at how the United Kingdom's crisis of unity will affect the nations on the islands of Britain and Ireland. In this episode, recorded on 28 January 2021, we examine how debates over Scottish indepen…
 
Anton Howes is a historian of innovation. He writes a newsletter on the topic, Age of Invention, and is the author of Arts and Minds (Princeton University Press, 2020), a history of the Royal Society of Arts. In this conversation we discuss: Where does innovation come from? The importance of "the improving mindset" in the history of economic growth…
 
As part of the Europe's Borderlands research group at the King's College London European Studies Department, this podcast series will take a deeper look at how the United Kingdom's crisis of unity will affect the nations on the islands of Britain and Ireland. In this episode, recorded on 20 January 2021, we will look at how the constitutional struc…
 
Rowland is a technology correspondent at Sky News where he covers the way technology impacts politics and public life, most recently in the fight against Covid-19. As well as this, we also talk about why it's so hard for governments to deploy capital well, and the relative merits of technocracy and populism. ---------------- Thanks to Cofruition fo…
 
Marc Warner is co-founder and CEO of Faculty.AI, a London-based artificial intelligence company that helps leading organisations implement AI in their businesses. In this conversation, we talk about implementing machine learning in the real world and how to make AI safe and effective. We talk about bias and fairness in AI applications and framework…
 
Jade was the first Head of Research & Partnerships with the Centre for the Governance of Artificial Intelligence (GovAI), housed at Oxford's Future of Humanity Institute. In this conversation, we discuss her superb doctoral thesis, "Who Will Govern Artificial Intelligence?" and look at what the history of emerging technologies tells us about the fu…
 
As part of the Europe's Borderlands research group at the King's College London European Studies Department, this podcast series will take a deeper look at how the United Kingdom's crisis of unity will affect the nations on the islands of Britain and Ireland. In this opening episode we will explore the historical legacies that have fuelled support …
 
Anna Gat is co-founder and CEO of Interintellect, a global community of public intellectuals. In this conversation, we discuss how the internet has changed intellectual life, the future of academia, and much more... ---------------- Thanks to Cofruition for consulting on and producing the show. You can learn more about Entrepreneur First at www.joi…
 
Ian Hogarth is an entrepreneur, investor and public intellectual - well known as the author of "AI nationalism" and co-creator of the State of AI report. In this conversation, we talk about the geopolitics of AI: how does AI change the way that nation states compete and how do we avoid a dangerous race to the bottom dynamic? We also look at the sta…
 
Hello, and welcome to the Thoughts in Between podcast. I’m Matt Clifford, co-founder of Entrepreneur First and writer of the Thoughts in Between newsletter. My big obsession in life is understanding how the world is changing. That’s why I started Entrepreneur First, where we help the world’s most ambitious people find co-founders and build technolo…
 
In this episode, I talk to Gary Marks who is Professor of Political Science at UNC-Chapel Hill. We discuss the work of Seymour Martin Lipset and focus on three main themes in Lipset’s body of work.We first discuss Lipset’s 1960 book Political Man, which includes a number of essays that have become classics of political sociology and political scien…
 
In this episode, I talk to Björn Bremer who is Senior Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG) in Cologne. We talk about his article “The ideational foundations of social democratic austerity in the context of the great recession” which is co-authored with Sean McDaniel and was published in the Socio-Economic Review…
 
In this episode of the Daily Briefing Jack, Ben, and Zac discuss what Nigel Farage has been up to lately. This includes his new "Reform Party" and positioning as an anti-lockdown politician. Back us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tldrnews
 
In this episode, I talk to Rafaela Dancygier, who is Professor of Politics and Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. We talk about her book “Dilemmas of Inclusion” which was published in 2017 with Princeton University Press. The book investigates how and why political parties include Muslim candidates in Western Europe. Muslims …
 
In this episode Jack, Ben and Zac discuss the report that was given to the Prime Minister last week that confirmed that the Home Secretary (Priti Patel) bullied people who worked under her in the Home Office. Sign up to the DB 100 https://youtu.be/UyZG8mDIKFg. Back us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tldrnews Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://po…
 
In this episode Ben, Josh and, Nelson discuss the progress of the Oxford vaccine and how it may bring the world back to 'normal'. Sign up to the DB 100 here. Back us on Patreon. Listen on Apple Podcasts. Listen on Spotify.
 
In this episode, I talk to Tamar Mitts who is Assistant Professor at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. We discuss her 2019 article “From Isolation to Radicalization: Anti-Muslim Hostility and Support for ISIS in the West” which was published in the American Political Science Review.The article investigates how a…
 
In this episode, we discuss three crises the government have faced when trying to communicate with the public in the pandemic: calling for a second lockdown; discussing when the lockdown will end; and an advert about a government jobs scheme.
 
Today's the day. American's are heading to the polls (well besides the nearly 100,000,000 people who voted early) so we're thinking about the results more than ever. So in this episode, we speak to the TLDR US team to find out key advice for election night, the races to watch, the myths to avoid and what to expect. Find out Jack's Election Predicti…
 
Over the weekend Johnson announced that England would be heading back into a COVID lockdown until December. So in this episode, we discuss what this means for the English and if lockdown really is the right solution. Watch On YouTube: https://youtu.be/6jxe_MB8C4s
 
In this episode, Ben, Josh, Brett and Hamilton discuss the developments in the US presidential election. Then Ben, Josh, Zac and Nelson discuss the Labour antisemitism report (including Corbyn being kicked out of the Labour Party), the rules about relationships and the free school meals debate.
 
In this episode Ben, Zac, Nelson and Josh discuss the bust-up between Andy Burnham and Boris Johnson, this weeks' Prime Minister's Questions, the Hammersmith Bridge, progress on the vaccine and the latest developments in Brexit.
 
In this episode, I talk to Liesbet Hooghe who is W.R Kenan Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. We discuss her article “Cleavage theory meets Europe’s crises: Lipset, Rokkan, and the transnational cleavage”, which is co-authored with Gary Marks and was published in the Journal of European …
 
In this episode, I talk to Sarah de Lange who is professor at the University of Amsterdam. We talk about her article “New Alliances: Why Mainstream Parties Govern with Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties” which was published in 2012 in Political Studies.In the article, Sarah applies theories of coalition formation to governments that formed with a …
 
In this episode I talk to Daniel Ziblatt who is Eaton Professor of the Science of Government at Harvard University.We discuss his 2018 book How Democracies Die co-authored with Steven Levitsky. (https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/562246/how-democracies-die-by-steven-levitsky-and-daniel-ziblatt/)The book investigates how authoritarian leaders …
 
In this episode Jack, Ben, Zac & Nelson discuss the Russia Report, Kanye West, student loan changes and a particularly good interview from Andrew Marr. The link to the episode of Andrew Marr discussed in the podcast is here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000l4h5/the-andrew-marr-show-19072020…
 
Honduran indigenous land rights defender Berta Cáceres was murdered in March 2016 following her involvement in a grassroots campaign against a hydroelectic damn on the Gualcarque river. Her death caused international outrage, but has much changed? In this episode, we talked to Nina Lakhani, Guardian environmental justice reporter formerly reporting…
 
In this episode we are changing the roles and Silja Häuserman, professor of political science at the University of Zurich takes over as the host. I discuss my article “The Electoral Appeal of Party Strategies in Postindustrial Societies: When Can the Mainstream Left Succeed?” which is co-authored with Markus Wagner and came out in the Journal of Po…
 
In this episode, I talk to Herbert Kitschelt, who is George V. Allen Distinguished Professor of International Relations at Duke University and without a doubt one of the most influential contemporary scholars of political parties. We discuss his 1994 book “The Transformation of European Social Democracy”.In this book, Herbert explains how a second …
 
In this episode, I talk to Simon Hix who is Harold Laski Professor of Political Science at the Department of Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science. We discuss his article “Brexit: Where is the EU–UK Relationship Heading?” which came out in 2018.In the article, Simon analyzes different scenarios for the medium-term relat…
 
In this episode, I talk to Tom O’Grady who is Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science at University College London. We discuss his article “Careerists Versus Coal Miners: Welfare Reforms and the Substantive Representation of Social Groups in the British Labour Party” which was published in 2019 in Comparative Political Studies. h…
 
In this episode, I talk to Phillip Ayoub who is Associate Professor at Occidental College. Our conversation focuses on his book “When States Come Out: Europe’s Sexual Minorities and the Politics of Visibility” which was published with Cambridge University Press in 2016. (https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/when-states-come-out/995A1865F9062CE7B263…
 
In this episode, I talk to Sara Hobolt who is Sutherland Chair in European Institutions at the LSE. The conversation focuses on her 2016 article “The Brexit vote: a divided nation, a divided continent” (https://bit.ly/3dp8JG0)In this article, which was published in September 2016, so shortly after the UK decided to leave the European Union, Sara in…
 
In this episode, I talk to Markus Wagner, who is Professor of Quantitative Party and Election Research at the University of Vienna. Our conversation will focus on his 2014 article “Left-Authoritarians and Policy Representation in Western Europe: Electoral Choice across Ideological Dimensions” The article (https://bit.ly/3fgtHJ4) is co-authored with…
 
In this episode, I talk to Cas Mudde who is Stanley Wade Shelton UGAF Professor of International Affairs at the University of Georgia. The conversation will focus on his 2007 book “Populist Radical Right Parties in Europe” but we will also talk about his new book “The Far Right Today” which is not only written for an academic but also a broader aud…
 
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