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Each week, Foreign Policy’s Amy Mackinnon, will recommend one podcast from around the world, interview the host, and play an excerpt. This curated show is designed to help listeners interested in the things we are—great stories, compelling interviews, and cogent analysis on international affairs—sort through the overwhelming variety of podcasts out there and find the best ones. And occasionally you’ll hear audio from our own newsroom. FP Playlist replaces our flagship podcast First Person.
 
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Policy Punchline

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Two in-depth interviews every week with scholars, policy makers, and business executives on frontier ideas & urgent issues in our world. Sponsored by the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance and the Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies at Princeton University. Hosted by Tiger Gao '21 and other undergraduate Princetonians. Visit us on policypunchline.com
 
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Policy War is a podcast built upon exploring U.S political issues from a progressive, conservative, and libertarian point of view. This is an effort to create understanding for different beliefs in an increasingly partisan nation.
 
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 ...
 
Let's talk leadership and land-use policy! Join us for conversations with community leaders throughout North Carolina's Triangle Region to discuss real estate development. Each show will feature a guest who may be an elected official, municipal staff, community leader, or real estate expert.
 
How different our world will be in the future — crises change people — is yet to be determined. Join the Public Policy Forum for a new podcast, Policy Speaking, which looks at the management of the crisis, as well as its collateral impacts in areas such as: the economy, the energy sector, income support programs, the geopolitical order and the nature of leadership. As we have already seen, policy innovations that have been debated for years are suddenly acted upon within days. Policy Speakin ...
 
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The veteran policy community needed a common, nonpartisan space to discuss current and future policy decisions that affect our nation's military and veteran community. From access to healthcare and earned benefits, to illnesses caused from service related toxic exposure, depression and suicide, transition and educational programs, Policy Vets gathers the top experts in the industry in one place to vet policy for vets.Board Executive Chairmen The Honorable Dr. David Shulkin and Executive Dire ...
 
Energy Policy Now offers clear talk on the policy issues that define our relationship to energy and its impact on society and the environment. The series is produced by the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania and hosted by energy journalist Andy Stone. Join Andy in conversation with leaders from industry, government, and academia as they shed light on today's pressing energy policy debates.
 
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Executive recruiter David Richardson joins the show to talk about where the fintech jobs are, and what sectors have been most impacted by the industry's explosive growth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesโดย CQ Roll Call
 
One-third of American households struggle pay for their basic energy needs. U. Michigan’s Tony Reames explores the role of policy in overcoming energy poverty. --- Energy justice and poverty have come to the forefront of public dialogue, and are part of long-standing inequities that continue to persist in the United States. In this country, one-thi…
 
In the five years since the European Union turned to Turkey to keep asylum seekers and other migrants from reaching European soil in exchange for a variety of economic and other considerations, governments around the world have increasingly externalized their migration controls and asylum proceedings. They have done so by pushing their borders outw…
 
A new strategy document outlines the US Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard's joint vision for winning the contemporary great power competition. Titled Advantage at Sea, the document details actions that are needed to enhance US naval power, deepen cooperation with allies, and pursue the modernisation of America's naval force. Ameera Rao joins Adity…
 
A few weeks ago, Foreign Policy launched a podcast about the war in Syria and specifically about young people who have become displaced over the past decade. We featured one of the episodes on Playlist—it’s called Syria’s Lost Generation. We wanted to give you a chance to hear all six episodes, so we’re inserting the rest of them here in our feed a…
 
Members discuss House Bill 446 and House Bill 542. The post NC House members discuss efforts to expand voting rights and end gerrymandering appeared first on NC Policy Watch.โดย Clayton Henkel
 
Providence executive editor Marc LiVecche spoke with contributing editor and Georgetown professor Paul Miller about President Joe Biden's plans to withdraw all remaining US military personnel from Afghanistan by September 11, 2021. While opposed to the withdrawal itself, Paul has no illusions about the mistakes made in Afghanistan. At the same time…
 
This week on Family Policy Matters, host Traci DeVette Griggs welcomes Dr. Brad Wilcox to discuss the surprising decline in divorces since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and speculate why this is the case.โดย Traci DeVette Griggs with Dr. Bradford Wilcox
 
Nolan McCarty is the Susan Dod Brown Professor of Politics and Public Affairs and Interim Dean of the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. He is the co-author of several books, including Political Bubbles: Financial Crises and the Failure of American Democracy and Polarized America: The Dance of Ideology and Unequal Riches. His mos…
 
Social networks existed and shaped our lives long before Silicon Valley startups made them virtual. For over two decades economist Matthew O. Jackson, a professor at Stanford University, has studied how the shape of networks and our positions within them can affect us. In this interview, he explains how network structures can create poverty traps, …
 
France bans hijabs for minors in the name of anti-separatism. China fines Alibaba. New York creates an Excluded Workers fund for undocumented workers. For more information, read up on our sources here.
 
Our guest this episode is part of a team of researchers that used data from real people's social media accounts to build bots that expose people to news they don't agree with – then they measured how users reacted. What they found is that when people are exposed to views that oppose their own, they actually become MORE not LESS polarized. Guest: Ch…
 
A look at the ways COVID-19 is affecting demographic trends; how targeting vaccines to people with a lot of contacts could end the pandemic more quickly; understanding the Iran Threat Network; why U.S. intelligence needs open-source information; and how to deter North Korea. For more information on this week’s episode, visit rand.org/podcast.…
 
Israel Policy Forum Policy Advisor Shira Efron speaks with hosts Evan Gottesman and Eli Kowaz about the aftermath of a recent Israeli attack on the Natanz nuclear site in Iran and what it says about Israel's posture vis-a-vis Tehran. Click here to register for Israel Policy Forum's upcoming video briefing on the Israel-Iran conflict (Tuesday, April…
 
As Spaghetti Town is left without a Lord, a temporary alliance is made as Mike from the Twisted Cape podcast joins Alex in the co-host chair this week. They discuss the many trials of being a Dad. Sports fandom and geography. The Long Halloween is getting an animated release, which brings up the discussion of the issues with adaptations. Christ Tuc…
 
Earlier this week, Australia’s second WPS National Action Plan outlines how Australia will take forward our national commitments to the Women, Peace and Security agenda. Emilia Currey is joined by Lisa Sharland, ASPI’s Deputy Director of Defence, Strategy & National Security and Head of International Program to discuss the plans strategic outcomes,…
 
On this episode of Policy Forum Pod, economist Robert Breunig and gender, work, and employment expert Rae Cooper join Sharon Bessell to discuss the gender pay gap and disturbing new findings about domestic violence and gender income balance. New research shows that domestic violence is committed on female partners in heterosexual couples significan…
 
President Biden polls consistently, but not spectacularly, as Republican's struggle to counter the Democratic message of “go big.” David Brady and Douglas Rivers, Hoover Institution senior fellows and Stanford University political scientists, assess the “less is more” communications approach of the new White House and whether Democrats run the risk…
 
Growing numbers of undocumented migrants crossing the Mexico-U.S. border have raised a political firestorm in the United States, with some – particularly Republicans – calling the situation a “crisis.” Polling suggests that handling migration may be a weak spot in President Biden’s otherwise popular agenda. What are the numbers when it comes to und…
 
On this episode of TPTM, we’re talking philanthropy yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Since the Gilded Age, philanthropists have positioned themselves as gracious, charitable forces in society who are experts in identifying and solving our social ails. But the institution of philanthropy has had its critics from day one. What are the origins of moder…
 
Here we discuss the informal negotiations the U.S. is trying to have with Iran to reestablish a nuclear agreement. This includes Middle East actors, state sponsored militia considerations, along with a new presidential administration views on a possible agreement.โดย Public Policy
 
Episode 81 of the Common Weal Policy Podcast You can download the episode directly here. This week, Craig Dalzell talks to John Young from the Dovesdale Action Group which is campaigning locally against the construction of a waste incinerator in South Lanarkshire and is campaigning nationally for a moratorium on all new incinerators in Scotland. Yo…
 
Few public policies are more misunderstood than the Fairness Doctrine that briefly governed American broadcast media. If you think we need a “new Fairness Doctrine” for the Internet, chances are you’re not clear on what the old version was. Paul Matzko, editor for technology and innovation at Libertarianism.org, joins the show to discuss the histor…
 
In February, a colleague at the Watson Institute forwarded the team at Trending Globally an email from a former student. The subject line read: “I write to you in desperation and with my life at risk.”The email was sent from Yangon, the capital of Myanmar. The man who sent it was not exaggerating.Myanmar is in the midst of violent unrest, which sta…
 
This month, Ashley interviewed Danielle Agnello, executive director of Global Health Mentorships (GHMe). Their mentorship program has been entirely online since before the COVID-19 pandemic. Ashley and Danielle discussed why the organization decided to operate that way, what benefits they've seen, and what to look for when thinking about mentorship…
 
The Drug Policy Voices Podcast - Episode 4We chat to Dr Mike Salinas from MMU about drug supply networks in the UK. Rebecca and Melissa speak about the criminal law and different drug offences.โดย drugpolicyvoices
 
The pandemic presents an opportunity to breathe new life into the story of rail in Canada. Former Transport Minister Lisa Raitt and Yves Desjardins Siciliano, CEO at Siemens Mobility Canada and former VIA Rail CEO join Policy Speaking to talk the ghost of divestment past, Canada's present inter-city train network, why Quebec's system seems differen…
 
Welcome to the Bridge Policy Download produced by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Today, we’re bringing you a conversation between Alden Abbott, Senior Research Fellow here at Mercatus, and Daniel Spulber, Professor of International Business, Strategy, and Law at Northwestern University. They take a deep dive into Professor Spulber’…
 
From Ochelli.com We are sorry for the delays on the podcast feed lately. Mike Swanson wanted to talk about movies. Chuck asked a few questions about financial stuff. The rise of machines is happening and hardly anyone has to go to work anymore. The fall, rise and fall again of Japan get noticed. Did people spend their Stimmy on drugs? Is it a crazy…
 
It looks like former senator Bill Nelson will be NASA’s next administrator. Casey Dreier and Mat Kaplan talk about his nomination and other developments in Washington D.C., including The Planetary Society’s very successful Day of Action.
 
New York State will legalize adult-use recreational marijuana. On the latest episode of Policy Outsider, Rockefeller Institute Director of Operations and Fellow Heather Trela breaks down what is in the 77,529 word marijuana legalization bill and, importantly, what is not in the bill. Trela, a federalism expert turned marijuana policy maven, brings …
 
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