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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. H ...
 
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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Energy Policy Now

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Energy Policy Now

Kleinman Center for Energy Policy

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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.
 
Policy Forum Pod is the podcast of Policy Forum.net - Asia and the Pacific's platform for public policy debate, analysis and discussion. Policy Forum is based at Crawford School of Public Policy at The Australian National University. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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Tech Policy Grind

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Tech Policy Grind

The Internet Law & Policy Foundry

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On Tech Policy Grind we talk about the most pressing issues at the intersection of law and technology. We interview friends and fellows of the Internet Law and Policy Foundry about their interests in the tech policy world. From artificial intelligence and algorithmic justice, to cybersecurity, digital civil liberties and more - join us twice a week as we hammer out the latest in tech law and policy, right here! The Internet Law and Policy Foundry - www.ilpfoundry.us
 
Welcome to PEP Talk - a podcast from the Wales Centre for Public Policy where we talk about policy, evidence and practice in Wales. Each episode we’ll tackle a challenge facing those of us who work across public policy in Wales, looking at the scale of the issue and what the evidence says about how we should go about tackling it.
 
The Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Space Policy and Strategy hosts this video series to bring our policy experts together with thought leaders, government, academia and professionals from throughout the space community to discuss current trends and views. The Space Policy Show airs every Thursday at 1:00 pm ET. Go to https://csps.aerospace.org/events to register for reminders.#TheSpacePolicyShow
 
The most basic element of public policy is the public. Yet, most public policy podcasts seem to ignore this. This podcast fills that void by democratising public policy discussions through conversations with policy experts and intellectuals on specific issues. It will break these issues down into their most basic elements and engage in a comprehensive analysis of the same. It will do all this by using simple language free of jargon.
 
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Following the Honiara riots in November 2021, the Chinese Communist Party has pushed false narratives in coordinated information operations in an attempt to shape Solomon Islands public perception and to undermine the country’s relationships with Australia and the United States. To discuss this, David Wroe speaks to Blake Johnson, lead author of AS…
 
On this episode of Policy Forum Pod, we speak to former teacher Alice Garner and award-winning author and educator Pasi Sahlberg about transforming the teaching profession in Australia. What needs to change so that teaching is a respected, valued profession in Australia - on par with medicine and law? How can policymakers better support teachers to…
 
Does the Urban Land Ceiling Act in West Bengal prevent establishments from expanding? Sudisha Mishra invites Rahul Sanghavi to discuss the land laws that have curtailed business growth in West Bengal, inadvertently impacting job creation in the state. Further readings: Development and Displacement: Land Acquisition in West Bengal Land Laws of West …
 
In this episode of The New Lines Institute’s Contours podcast series, Content Manager Minna Jaffery-Lindemulder is joined by Indian subcontinent experts Dr. Syed Mohammad Ali and Akhil Bery for an in-depth look at the geopolitics of Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and the Indian Subcontinent as a whole. Highlights of the discussion include how Bangladesh an…
 
This week, Edward Greenspon (PPF’s President and CEO) discusses Electrification with Bruce Lourie (President of the Ivey Foundation) and Janet Annesley (Chief Sustainability Officer for Kiwetinohk Energy). They discuss what Electrification is and what role it can play in Canada’s path to net zero. Lourie and Annesley look at supply, demand and the …
 
Foundry Fellows Lama Mohammed and Anuradha Herur discussed implementing trust and safety standards in the Metaverse with Jodi Masters-Gonzales, the Founder and Chief Futurist of Humble Science, a ForHumanity Fellow and a ForHumanity Certified Auditor; Nina Jane Patel, the Co-Founder and Vice President of Metaverse Research at Kabuni; and Kristina P…
 
The explosion of youth climate activism in recent years has focused the world’s attention on the problem like never before, but Michael Greenstone, the Milton Friedman Distinguished Service Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago, argues that young activists often err by trying to turn climate change into a moral issue rather than an en…
 
Episode 144 of the Common Weal Policy Podcast You can download the episode directly here. This week, Craig talks to Line Christensen from Jubilee Scotland who campaign against exploitative public finance deals in Scotland and internationally. Scotland has built up a legacy of Public Private Partnership (PPP) deals that now cost more than £1.4 billi…
 
Foreign Policy Playlist recommends: FP Live This week on FP Playlist, we’re featuring FP Live, Foreign Policy’s forum for live journalism. FP executive editor Amelia Lester sat down with FP reporters Amy Mackinnon, Robbie Gramer, and Jack Detsch to discuss where the Ukraine war is headed next. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informa…
 
A Critical Theory of Police Power: The Fabrication of Social Order (Verso, 2021) offers a critical look at policing and the power of the state, examining the relationship between our ideas of order and wider social and political issues. First published in 2000, this new edition of Mark Neocleous' influential book features a new introduction which h…
 
Retired St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell joins Jon Olson and Joe Moravchik, himself a former officer, to talk about the challenges and opportunities that face law enforcement organizations and personnel today. Todd is currently President and CEO of the Axtell Group, a consulting firm specializing in risk mitigation and management. You can find out…
 
With polls showing alarming pluralities of voters not believing in the legitimacy of the last national election, how can we set the record straight on what transpired in 2020? Hoover Institution visiting fellow Ben Ginsberg, a preeminent authority on election law, interviews Center for Election Innovation & Research executive David Becker and CBS N…
 
For four years, male sea turtles have been declining in the area, and a study in Australia confirmed similar findings with 99% of the hatchlings born female, with both linked to rising temperatures. Earlier this year, we breached the planetary limit for hazardous chemicals. There are over 350,000 human-made chemicals on the market with numbers expe…
 
Rotting food, farm waste and sewage don’t sound all that appealing, but they’re the bread and butter of the biogas industry – an industry that believes it has a pivotal role to play in providing green solutions to address the energy crisis spurred by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the impending food crisis. Danish company Nature Energy touts itse…
 
The major societal challenge posed by artificial intelligence (AI) is that its algorithms are often trained on biased data. This fundamental problem has enormous implications in our criminal justice system, workplaces, schools, healthcare industry, and housing sector. The persistence of racism, sexism, ableism, and other forms of discrimination dem…
 
How public school teachers view civic and citizenship education; understanding Russia’s coercive signaling; what China is doing in the Arctic; why Twitter hasn’t gotten rid of bot accounts; and community engagement and police reform. For more information on this week’s episode, visit rand.org/podcast.…
 
As we approach the 30th Anniversary of Mortal Kombat on October 8th, Spaghetti Town brings in a man who wrote an entire book on it, David Craddock. David chronicles us through his journey from selling home made strategy guides in a computer lab to writing his very own video game and even directing a documentary about First Person Shooters and every…
 
Once again the Satellite Industry Association (SIA) has released the annual State of the Satellite Industry Report 2022, produced by BryceTech. Today’s show features the Center for Space Policy and Strategy’s Audrey Allison talking to Tom Stroup, President of SIA, about key findings from the report. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about perfor…
 
Will Rinehart is a Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Growth and Opportunity. In this episode, a wide-ranging discussion of his work, he expands on whether the FDA should declare aging a disease, how to measure broadband access (and best allocate broadband funding), what we can learn from last year’s Facebook blackout, and why we need an abun…
 
Culture plays a fundamental role in human life. It is also an essential source of identity, at local, regional, national and European levels, while making a significant contribution to the EU economy. EU cultural policy relates to cultural heritage, but also to the cultural and creative sector. The EU supports culture through a variety of initiativ…
 
On Sunday, September 25, the far-right Brothers of Italy party won a commanding victory in Italy’s general election. They’ll be the leading party in the country’s right-wing governing coalition, and their leader, Giorgia Meloni, is likely to become prime minister. In Italy’s last general election, in 2018, the Brothers of Italy received roughly 4% …
 
The growing ease of online transactions and cheaply available internet has led to an increase in the credit card borrowing of Indians over the last few years. Such increases in credit spending against future income have led to a rise in unsecured lending- a practice wherein banks offer loans (personal loans or credit card loans etc, ) based on a cl…
 
In this edition of PEP Talk Anna Skeels talks to Emma Gooding, Mike Theodoulou, and Marcel Vige about poverty in Wales, and the negative effect in can have on mental health. You can read our work on poverty on our website: https://www.wcpp.org.uk/project/poverty-and-social-exclusion-review/ Guests: Emma Gooding - Policy and Communications Manager, …
 
In 2020, the most recent year for which data are available, over half of all completed suicides in America involved a firearm – that is more than 24,000 Americans dying by firearm suicide in one year alone. However, suicide attempts involving a firearm account for fewer than 5 percent of all suicide attempts. September is Suicide Prevention Awarene…
 
Green hydrogen hubs are being developed in some of the world’s most remote locations, to serve growing clean energy demand in Asia, Europe and the U.S. --- Alicia Eastman, President of Intercontinental Energy, discusses the nascent global market for green hydrogen and her company’s development of more than 100 gigawatts of hydrogen production hubs …
 
In this episode, University of California Riverside Alumni Samuel Roberts & Semi Cole discuss with a student from the UC Riverside School of Public Policy about their covid-equity project, San Bernardino for Rapid Recovery, and the need for continued covid mitigation and prevention measures. About Samuel Roberts: Samuel Roberts is a current MPP can…
 
As healthcare policy navigates what is widely seen as a historic inflection point, Harvard Kennedy School professors Amitabh Chandra and Soroush Saghafian say policymakers need to pursue change with care, deeply analyzing the weaknesses the COVID-19 pandemic exposed and using that data to design intelligent policy that can create truly transformati…
 
The West Bank is facing an uptick in violence, with clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants becoming increasingly commonplace in major Palestinian cities. To assess this period of unrest, Tel Aviv-based journalist Neri Zilber hosts Shira Efron (Diane and Guilford Glazer Foundation Director of Policy Research, Israel Policy Forum) a…
 
When it comes to cash transfer programs like welfare for single parents and especially mothers, most of the evaluation and economic modeling efforts have focused on how those programs impact the amount of paid work single parents do. However, there's been less attention to the value of parental time and how that matters for children's development. …
 
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