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America feels divided. From the most salient questions about our national identity and place in the world, to fundamental concerns about technology, religion, the economy, and public policy, Intelligence Squared U.S. is here to help. A respite from polarized discussions, we bring together the smartest minds to debate and dissect issues in depth, restoring civility and bringing intelligence to the public square in the process.
 
Jewish Questions is the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies' podcast on issues that matter now in Jewish life, politics, history and culture — from a scholarly perspective. This season, hosts Laurie Marhoefer and Noam Pianko look at anti-Semitism: what it is, its long history, and how we can push back against it today. The Stroum Center for Jewish Studies is a part of the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington.
 
Join AJC's Director of Communications Ellisa Sagor as she interviews some of the most prominent experts in the field of global Jewish advocacy about their lives and their work.
 
America feels divided. From the most salient questions about our national identity and place in the world, to fundamental concerns about technology, religion, the economy, and public policy, Intelligence Squared U.S. is here to help. A respite from polarized discussions, we bring together the smartest minds to debate and dissect issues in depth, restoring civility and bringing intelligence to the public square in the process.
 
This reading is in Hebrew. Der Judenstaat (German, The Jewish State) is a book written by Theodor (Binyamin Zeev) Herzl and published in 1896 in Leipzig and Vienna by M. Breitenstein’s Verlags-Buchhandlung. It was originally called “Address to the Rothschilds” referring to the Rothschild family banking dynasty which was very influential in the realization of a Zionist state in Palestine. It is considered to be one of the most important texts of early Zionism. As expressed in this book, Herzl ...
 
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Processed food is bad for you, right? Well, there’s more to this story. As new technologies create foods that can’t be made in home kitchens, such as plant-based meats and dairy products made with plant proteins, the question of whether we should all be consuming more highly processed foods is up for debate. Advocates say a substantial increase in …
 
His week that was – Kevin Healy Report back from the People’s Forum on the Ukraine War – Professor Emeritus Stuart Rees and the President of the Medical Association for the Prevention of War (MAPW), Dr Sue Wareham What took place at the 51st meeting of the Pacific Islands Forum in Suva, Fiji – journalist and researcher Nic Maclellan Jessica Morriso…
 
SInce 1996, Israel has had elections more often than any democratic country in the world, according to a report by the Israel Democracy Institute. What is ti about the state of Israel that makes its government so unstable? Episode Photo by Laliv g - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=77887884…
 
Facing growing discontent over the rising cost of higher education, many prominent Democrats – and some Republicans – are calling on Washington to cancel the approximately $1.6 trillion Americans currently owe in student loan debt. Supporters see debt forgiveness as a necessary step to safeguarding the nation’s financial future and combating inequa…
 
His week that was – Kevin Healy Part Two of recent history of the first black slave republic, Haiti – PHD candidate and journalist Sasha Gillies-Lekakis The impact of the Rajapaska family on Tamils in Sri Lanka – Renuga Inpakumar from the Tamil Refugee Council (follow their facebook page here for updates and events) Professor Emeritus Stuart Rees o…
 
As punishment for the war, most of Russia’s energy imports to Europe will be banned by the end of the year. But is that smart policy? Those who argue “yes” say Russia must be punished for its actions. Those who argue “no” say isolating the Kremlin to this extent is a dangerous gamble, which could undermine Europe’s economies, push Russia further to…
 
His week that was – Kevin Healy Part one of recent history of the first black slave republic Haiti – PHD candidate and journalist Sasha Gillies-Lekakis First meeting of those who signed The Treaty For The Prohibition Of Nuclear Weapons – Associate Professor Tilman Ruff Dr Binoy Kampmark looks at two countries who practice collective punishment: Isr…
 
The Fed recently announced aggressive interest rate hikes and is signaling more to come. Its goal? To stabilize the economy amid surging inflation (reaching rates not seen in some 40 years) and lingering supply chain disruptions and shortages. But can the Fed actually manage a so-called "soft landing"? Arguing "yes" is Dean Baker. Arguing "no" is Y…
 
Nine justices hold tremendous power. Advocates on the left see a Supreme Court out of touch with the electorate, obstructed by partisan interests, and rendered illegitimate by years of controversial appointments. But those opposed believe dramatically changing one of the three core pillars of American government would undermine the court’s legitima…
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyBDS in the belly of the beast – Journalist Adrienne Weller Report by the International Observer Mission on the Philippines election in May – human rights activist Peter MurphyLawyers demonstrating in Malaysia about political interference in the judicial system – Malaysian/Australian Lee TanIs civil war possible in the…
 
The dangers of climate change are “no longer over the horizon.” Humanity may soon pass the “point of no return.” These are the phrases U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres used to describe what he called an “utterly inadequate” global response to rising temperatures. But if we were to decisively act, and restructure our global economy with the c…
 
His week that was – Kevin Healy New Philippines President later this week – Human rights and trade union activist Peter Murphy An activist and broadcaster, what is all means – Anne McAllister presenter of The Celtic Folk Show on 3CR. Emeritus Professor Stuart Rees taking the advice of the pharmacist in Lismore and buying a jam donut Journalist and …
 
Situation in Sri Lanka – Lionel Bopage, former liberation movement leader Retired solicitor Max Costello with non-conforming of a law and sabotage of a law Associate Professor Jake Lynch from Sydney University on anti-semitism and anti-zionism GeneEthics Network report with Bob Phelps, Executive Director…
 
What's it take to debate like a champion? How can you engage so that people will listen? How can you listen actively, and respond in good faith? A mission critical program for listeners of Intelligence Squared, we sit down with Bo to examine debate through the lens of education, politics, and the future of democracy. Considered one of the most reco…
 
His week that was – Kevin Healy The vultures are circling: mining ventures in Bougainville – Fyfe Strachan, Policy Director of Jubilee Australia (Scramble for Resources 2022 report available here) Results of first round of elections in Colombia – David, from United for Colombia Australia (UFCA) Update on West Papua – Ronny Kareni Draconian penaltie…
 
His week that was – Kevin Healy30 years of activism for independence for Bougainville – Vikki JohnChanges to the Westminster System with new breed of independents and challenges for the new ALP government – writer and academic Binoy KampmarkThe life and times of Emeritus Professor Stuart ReesFree Palestine Melbourne: relatively new activist group b…
 
Psychedelics, in medical terms, is an inexact category of drugs that affect perceptions and cognition. Their proponents say 1960s-era associations have undermined exciting research in the field of neuroscience. Psychedelics should be made much more widely available, they contend, to treat a range of mental and emotional issues, as well as to ascert…
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyPart 2 of the recent history of Nicaragua with journalist, broadcaster and PHD candidate Sasha Gillies-LekakisEmeritus Professor Stuart Rees has identified a new pandemic and its spreading: The Lying PandemicWhat is really happening in the Pacific with someone who really knows – Researcher and journalist Nic Maclellan…
 
Part 1 of recent history of Nicaragua – activist, journalist and PHD candidate Sasha Gillies-LekakisAnalysis of Philippines elections – human rights activist May KotsakisView point on Ukraine and Russia – Dr Tim AndersonSpeeches at Nakba Rally in MelbourneBy Jan Bartlett, Sasha Gillies-Lekakis, May Kotsakis, Dr Tim Anderson, Nakba Day rally speakers
 
Tesla vehicle sales are, well … electric. The company posted $5.5 billion in 2021 profits, roughly six times its previous year earnings. Globally, the electric car industry is anything but static, soaring to 7 million units in 2021. EV advocates argue that while the technology and resources aren’t perfect, they are ultimately better for the environ…
 
In a modern-day battle of David and Goliath on Wall Street, thousands of amateur retail investors banded together to bid up stocks in a handful of failing companies, most notably the nostalgic video game hub known as GameStop. Within days, the renegade traders sent stocks soaring and dealt heavy blows to hedge funds and other traditional profession…
 
In this episode, Tamsyn and Paniz are joined by writer and activist Nora Loreto and feminist and social justice advocate Sheru Abdulhusein to reflect on their experiences working at and with feminist non-profits (and “feminist” non-profits), how feminist non-profits emerged in Canada, and how they often reinforce the same oppressive power structure…
 
His week that was – Kevin HealySUSTAIN – sowing the seeds of change – Dr Nick Rose, Executive DirectorResults of the 2nd and final vote for French President – journalist and researcher Nic MaclellanAnother setback for Julian Assange as he fights extradition to US for exposing their war crimes – Academic and lecturer at RMIT University Binoy Kampmar…
 
The Supreme Court is poised to make a decision so controversial that even a leaked draft majority opinion can send shockwaves across the nation. In 98-pages, Justice Alito decried Roe v. Wade as “egregiously wrong from the start," declared no right to abortion can be found in the Constitution, and sent abortion laws back to the states — about half …
 
His week that was – Kevin Healy World Press Freedom Day – Journalist and activist Jacob Grech The work of the groups Witness Against Torture at Guantanamo Bay – Helen Schietinger, main coordinator of WAT Why nuclear submarines and missiles won’t make us secure – Dr Margie Beavis vice president of MAPW and ICAN Ramadan: a month of violence for Pales…
 
His week that was – Kevin Healy, Travel back to Mullumbimby for a report on flood recovery, permaculture project in the Maldives and future permaculture ventures in the northern rivers area of New South Wales – Permaculturist Wayne 'Wadzy' Wadsworth, Q&A, ABC programme, what it addresses what it misses and peace vs war – Professor Emeritus Stuart R…
 
The calls for nuclear are growing louder. The Biden administration recently announced that it was putting $6 billion toward saving distressed nuclear power plants from closure, considering them carbon-free alternative to fossil fuels. Elon Musk doubled down, not only calling for an expansion of nuclear energy, but even offering to eat food grown ne…
 
His week that was – Kevin Healy, ANZAC Day: what it should mean, reclaim remembrance and remember don’t repeat – Dr Sue Wareham, National President of the Medical Association For The Prevention Of War (MAPW), What the results of the first round of voting in the French elections mean for the Pacific colonies – journalist and researcher Nic Maclellan…
 
On this episode of Victor's Children Anti-Girlboss Socialist Club hosts Paniz Khosroshahy and Tamsyn Riddle join the show to discuss topics covered in two previous episodes of AGSC: the “Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Industry” and sexual violence programs at universities. The podcast is named after Victor Serge, a Russian revolutionary Marxist, n…
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyWhat is Spain up to in betraying Western Sahara for the second time? – Kamal Fadel (Polisario Front Representative of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Front in Australia and NZ)Oxfam report on dire situation in Yemen and plight of Afghans trying to escape their country – Anti-war activist Kathy KellyMonthly Genetic Engine…
 
The hallmark of a productive debate is not persuasion, but insight. So says Adam Grant in this wide-ranging conversation with John Donvan and Intelligence Squared CEO Clea Conner. A good argument is not only about convincing, Grant explains, but also to learn. In his new book, Think Again, Grant explores a set of cognitive skills that might matter …
 
His week that was – Kevin Healy, Just Stop It! New campaign by Extinction Rebellion against new coal, gas and oil – Mark Conroy, Lynas corp, new name but same dirty polluter in Malaysia and Australia – Lee Tan, AID/WATCH, The Federal government’s plan for nuclear waste dumps on Barngarla country, Kimba SA – Dr Jim Green, national anti-nuclear campa…
 
New York. Los Angeles. Boston. San Francisco. With mega populations, these urban hubs have long reigned as the nation's economic, social, and cultural capitals. But big cities have also been the hardest hit by the pandemic. Even more, the pandemic has brought economic and social inequality into sharp focus for the nation's lawmakers. Will megacitie…
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyExposing the dangers of deep sea mining – Dr Helen Rosenbaum, Deep Sea Mining CampaignNo Nukes Campaign – pressuring superannuation funds to divest from nuclear weapon manufacturers – Dr Margie Beavis, Medical Association For The Prevention Of WarAnother barrier for Julian Assange to jump to prevent extradition to the…
 
Is it time to end Covid emergency measures? With President Biden's plan to transition to a new normal, more than 70% of Americans recently polled agree that “we just need to get on with our lives.” Some advocates of the plan say it's long overdue, pointing to the long term consequences of isolation and broader effects lock downs have had on society…
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyJournalist and researcher Nic Maclellan back in the Pacific after two years of travel shut downElections in Timor Leste and Zimbabwe – Human rights and worker rights activist Peter MurphyMore voices accusing western nations of hypocrisy and racism over support for Ukraine but ignoring other similar conflicts in other …
 
As escalation ratchets higher between Russia and the west over Ukraine, Intelligence Squared U.S. examines a core question: Is a confrontation with Russia worth it? And what effects have sanctions really wrought? Kurt Volker, a former U.S. Ambassador to NATO and former Special Representative for Ukraine, argues that defending Ukraine is very much i…
 
This episode of Tuesday Hometime exclusively featured the voices of women, as part of 3CR's annual International Women's Day special broadcast, 2022. Why has a Palestinian man been in jail for over 6 years, without trial, on trumped up charges of sending millions of World Vision dollars to Hamas? – Palestinian activist Noura Mansour. Moves to end w…
 
This month, Tamsyn and Paniz are joined by Cheryl Rivera from Lux Magazine and Daniel Sarah Karasik from Midnight Sun Magazine to talk about why we need more socialist media. They discuss the relationship between writing and organizing, how their magazines try to reach existing and potential comrades, and making media that focuses on representing p…
 
His week that was – Kevin HealySituation in occupied Western Sahara and the refugee camps in Algeria – Kamal Fadel (Polisario Front Representative of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Front in Australia and NZ)Dr Tim Anderson’s visit to Venezuela and comments on the situation in Russia and Ukraine.Upcoming elections in May in the Philippines and likely …
 
Palestinian Australian Nasser Mashni (APAN Vice-President and 3CR presenter) takes a complaint to the Australian Human Rights Commissions accusing the Federal Government of breaching racism laws.Peace activist Kathy Kelly talks about the impact of US sanctions and theft of assets on the people of Afghanistan.The relentless push by the genetic engin…
 
A genetic disease runs in your family. Your doctor tells you that, should you wish to have a child, that child is likely to also carry the disease. But a new gene-editing technology could change your fate. It could ensure that your baby is -- and remains -- healthy. What do you do? It’s is not without its perils. Critics say the technology will exa…
 
Journalist Lee Stranahan posted this on Twitter: Dear @yaakov_shapiro Do you think it's fair to call the state of Israel a "Psuedo theocracy?"It seems to use The APPEARANCE of being a religious government, but in reality it only has all the authoritarian bigotry and none of the actual reverence of religion. Great question, Lee. The answer is no. He…
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyFrance pushing for deep sea mining in the Pacific – journalist and researcher Nic MaclellanNew President, hopes for a new future in Chile – Journalist and author Fred FuentesMore reactions to the Amnesty International report re apartheid Israel – Bishop George Browning, President of APANPart 2 of the recent history of…
 
If you are an old-fashioned romantic, true love has a nice ring to it. Our films, novels, poems, and music are all steeped in the notion, with characteristics that include unwavering fondness and even selfless devotion. But does it actually exist, driven by our biological underpinnings? Or is it a myth that harms what could be a more realistic, and…
 
On this episode, Paniz and Tamsyn are joined by Judy Rebick to talk about her book Ten Thousand Roses: The Making of a Feminist Revolution, outlining 60 years of feminist activism in Canada and exploring abortion, socialist feminism, anti-war and anti-carceral activism, story telling as a medium and the anti-violence movement. Ten Thousand Roses: T…
 
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