show episodes
 
H
Hold Your Fire!

1
Hold Your Fire!

International Crisis Group

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Weekly
 
Join Crisis Group Interim President Richard Atwood and Board Member and Harvard Law School Professor Naz Modirzadeh as they dive deep into the conflicts that rage around the globe with Crisis Group analysts and special guests. These experts bring a unique, on-the-ground perspective to understanding both why those conflicts persist — and what could bring them to an end. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
T
The Horn

1
The Horn

International Crisis Group

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly+
 
From revolution in Sudan, to Al Shabaab’s increasing regional reach and Ethiopia’s burgeoning political transformation, the Horn of Africa is in turmoil. The Horn, a new podcast series from the International Crisis Group, helps make sense of it all. Host Alan Boswell and guests explore what lies behind the headlines as they discuss ways to help bring peace and stability to the region.With special thanks to our host, Alan Boswell (https://twitter.com/alanboswell), and our producer Maeve Franc ...
 
O
Overwatch

1
Overwatch

Institute for the Study of War

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly+
 
Overwatch, an Institute for the Study of War podcast, goes beyond the news headlines to give listeners analysis and commentary on issues related to U.S. national security and American foreign policy. The episodes feature discussions with experts and practitioners to explore what challenges and opportunities lie ahead for the U.S.
 
W
War & Peace

1
War & Peace

International Crisis Group

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
War and Peace is a new podcast series from the International Crisis Group (https://www.crisisgroup.org/). Olga Oliker and Hugh Pope interview experts about all things Europe and its neighborhood from Russia to Turkey and beyond. Their guests shed new light on everything that helps or hinders prospects for peace. A podcast member of the EuroPod:https://www.bullemedia.eu/europod production network. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Give us 20 minutes, and we’ll take you on a journey around the world of international development in this flagship podcast from the World Bank Group. Everyday World Bank researchers and staffers are working to address the biggest international problems – everything from poverty to climate change, education to nutrition, and a whole lot more. Through conversations focused on revealing the latest data, the best research, and the solutions making the world a better place, let hosts Paul Blake a ...
 
S
Seeking Refuge

1
Seeking Refuge

SRPA Team at the University of South Carolina

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Want to hear some extraordinary stories of resilience and humanity? Tired of political debates that ignore the lived experiences of refugees? Tune in to Seeking Refuge for the human stories of refugees and those working to protect them. Seeking Refuge was started by a group of students at the University of South Carolina who want to depoliticize the narrative around the refugee crisis. We focus on bringing you stories from refugees themselves and those on the frontlines of the crisis, giving ...
 
Security Intelligence is a podcast series by The Risk Advisory Group, a leading independent global risk consultancy. In each episode our intelligence specialists provide insight and analysis of current global security and political risks for corporate security, intelligence and crisis response professionals. Expect to hear expert perspectives on the risk to businesses from terrorism and political violence, civil and international conflict and political instability around the world. Risk Advi ...
 
The Twenty Minute VC takes you inside the world of Venture Capital, Startup Funding and The Pitch. Join our host, Harry Stebbings and discover how you can attain funding for your business by listening to what the most prominent investors are directly looking for in startups, providing easily actionable tips and tricks that can be put in place to increase your chances of getting funded. Although, you may not want to raise funding for a startup. The Twenty Minute VC also provides an instructio ...
 
When Property Report magazine originally launched in the spring of 2004, Southeast Asia was an economy on the cusp. Many of the region’s markets were still licking wounds inflicted by the 1997 Asian financial crisis and few could predict what was about to happen… Over the next decade, Asian markets exploded and the region became one of the world’s most desirable investment destinations, as well as home to a dynamic architecture and interior design scene. Property Report has been there every ...
 
The Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health is a truly international journal that encompasses all aspects of epidemiology and public health. It publishes original research, opinions and materials concerned with the study and improvement of communities worldwide.* The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is not intended to function as a substitute for a healthcare practitioner’s judgement, patient care ...
 
Have you ever wondered whether an electric vehicle could work for you? Find out all you need to know and more about the world of electric vehicles, by tuning in to Charge Up Dunedin: our series of EV Mythbusting informational shows and podcasts brought to you by the Dunedin EV Group.
 
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 ...
 
D
Defense and Security - Audio

1
Defense and Security - Audio

Center for Strategic and International Studies

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
CSIS is a leader in researching, analyzing and identifying defense and security threats around the globe. CSIS programs study a wide range of Defense and Security issues as well as the evolution of past, present, and future defense and security policy worldwide. This research is led by the International Security Program (ISP), which houses Defense Budget Analysis, the Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group (DIIG), the Missile Defense Project, the Project on Nuclear Issues (PONI), Civil-Militar ...
 
S
Share On The Air

1
Share On The Air

iOM Radio Network - OMTimes

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
The answer to economic inequality isn’t more money. Ending hunger doesn’t require more food. The solution to global warming isn’t yet another world conference. Everyone is talking about sharing, cooperation, and unity. So why isn’t it happening? Share on the Air contends that a critical hour has come and we are not alone. We have help of an extraordinary kind. In fact, the solutions to the world’s gravest problems lie within our grasp, says the World Teacher, Maitreya. He is emerging now int ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Hans Tung is a Managing Partner at GGV Capital, one of the leading venture firms of the last 2 decades with a portfolio including Alibaba, Xiaomi, Peloton, Airbnb, Slack, and many more. As for Hans, he has been named to the Forbes Midas list nine consecutive years from 2013-2021, most recently ranking #3. His portfolio includes 18 unicorns includin…
 
The wholesale price of gas has soared in the UK, Europe and Asia because of a squeeze on supplies. Ellen Fraser, energy expert at Barringa Partners, explains how a perfect storm of problems has created the energy crisis, while independent economist Michael Hughes weighs in on how the resultant inflation effects might weight on central bankers' mind…
 
At noon we recorded another bumper Sunday Special with a brilliant panel of Dr. Jennifer Kavanagh, Emma DeSouza, Lilith Ferreyra-Carroll and Mick Clifford. We discussed Mick's recent reporting on ICHH, the handling of allegations of sexual assault and a potential hierarchy of victimhood. We dived into President Michael D. Higgins decision to not at…
 
Peter Attard Montalto, head of capital markets research at Intellidex discusses if South Africa can afford the basic income grant. Amanda Cromhout, CEO at Truth talks about the increasing number of South African customers who are opting to use loyalty cards. Then for our Friday File, Lee Hartman, director at Fieldbar speaks about their retro cooler…
 
As the Russian election gets underway Google and Apple have removed a tactical voting app. Opposition activists have accused the tech giants of bowing to pressure from the Kremlin, and we get reaction to the move from Leonid Volkov, who ran jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny's campaign in 2018. Also in the programme, the BBC's Rebecca …
 
If you're a long-time listener you'll be aware that TCD's PJ Drudy is one of our all-time favourite guests. So it was brilliant to catchup with the man who sets the bar in economics and get his input on the new housing plan, ideological barriers, tax haven Ireland, the current state of economic commentary/orthodoxy and much, much more.Join us at pa…
 
The UN secretary general has warned that greenhouse gas in the atmosphere is rising relentlessly after a short dip during the pandemic. Antonio Guterres said he was alarmed how far the world was off course in tackling climate change. We speak to Barbara Davidson at Carbon Tracker about a published report that showed many companies fail to include t…
 
Allan Pullinger, CEO of First Rand's talks about the company’s results and their divestment from coal. Sibanye-Stillwater intensifies its presence in the battery material sector by announcing a joint venture with Ioneer. Then on the Personal Finance Feature, Kim Potgieter certified financial planner and life planning director at Chartered Wealth so…
 
An Indonesian court ruled President Widodo has been negligent over pollution in Jakarta. The ruling also criticised other top officials, and ordered monitoring stations and other measures to improve the capital's air, as BBC Asia editor Rebecca Henschke explains. Also in the programme, people in Uganda can now trade shares using their mobile phones…
 
Only days after the 9/11 attacks, Congress ushered in extraordinarily broad legislation that authorised President Bush to use military force in order to eliminate terrorist threats to the U.S. In this episode of Hold Your Fire! – the second in a podcast series looking at the legacy of the 9/11 attacks – Richard Atwood and Naz Modirzadeh are joined …
 
Nazim Salur is the Founder & CEO of Getir, one of the leading rapid delivery service providers that distribute over 1,500 everyday items within minutes. With an established status in Turkey, where the company trends towards a super-app, and a London launch behind it, Getir has further European and US expansion plans on the horizon. To fuel this exp…
 
Data from Stats SA show that the effects of the July riots will be felt throughout the economy this entire year as retail sales plunged by 11% for the same month. British American Tobacco is in hot water again after a report alleged that they have tactics in place to hollow out their competitors. And Financial Sector Conduct Authority, Commissioner…
 
Wholesale prices for gas and electricity have been rising sharply across Europe. That's likely to lead to significant cost increases for businesses and households, and we find out what's causing the issue from David Sheppard, energy editor for the Financial Times. Also in the programme, campaigners argue that exposure to a seemingly endless stream …
 
Inflation in the US is running at 5.3%, slightly down on July's year-on-year figure. Robert Reich is a Professor of Public Policy at the University of California Berkeley and a Secretary of Labour under President Clinton, and he talks us through the latest data. The plane maker Boeing says it expects that it will take another two and a half years f…
 
Johan van der Merwe, co-CEO at African Rainbow Capital discusses the company’s financial results and their plans to put their money in new investments. Jayson O Reilly, Head of Cyber Security division at Atvance Intellect on how the Justice department could have blocked cyber-attacks. And in our investment school, Chantal Marx, head of Equity Resea…
 
Inflation in the US is running at 5.3%, slightly down on July's year-on-year figure. Andrew Hunter is senior US economist at Capital Economics, and talks us through the latest data. Also in the programme, there are suggestions that pasta prices could rise by 50% owing to a shortage of wheat. Tosin Jack is commodity intelligence manager at price ana…
 
As rapidly developing data technology outpaces governance structures and their ability to adapt, the long-term impact of increasingly data-driven economies on security and society remains uncertain. What happens when personal data ends up in the hands of those in power? In the first episode of the third season of War & Peace, Olga Oliker and Hugh P…
 
Doug Leone is the Global Managing Partner @ Sequoia Capital, one of the world’s most renowned and successful venture firms with a portfolio including the likes of Google, Airbnb, Whatsapp, Stripe, Zoom and many more. As for Doug, he joined Sequoia over 33 years ago and has led investments in Nubank, Meraki, ServiceNow and TradeRepublic to name a fe…
 
Joining us to discuss the new and shocking report from the Irish Council of Civil Liberties (ICCL) is Senior Fellow and whistleblower, Johnny Ryan.Johnny explains how the report reveals Ireland is a bottleneck for Data Protection Cases, and as a result is holding up most of the EU, which means our individual data remains up for grabs.He outlines ho…
 
It has been reported that Beijing wants to break up Alibaba's payments subsidiary Alipay. Isabel Hilton, founder of China Dialogue, explains why the government is concerned about the growth of financial services companies and how they may be stoking up so called shadow banking.The oil industry in Louisiana is still recovering from the damage caused…
 
As of the beginning of 2020, there were 2.6 million Afghan refugees in the world, a number which was growing quickly, according to the UNHCR. With the US withdrawal from Afghanistan on August 30, 2021 and the concurrent Taliban takeover in Kabul, this number will surely rise significantly. The longstanding US backlogs for special visa applications …
 
Ryan Woolley, CEO of Insurance Claims Africa discusses problems with how Sasria is handling pay-outs to businesses affected by the July riots. Mike Quinn, author of "Failing To Win: Hard-earned lessons from a purpose-driven startup" talks about failing, his book and building companies. Then former deputy chair of the electoral commission of South A…
 
It has been reported that Beijing wants to break up Alibaba's payments subsidiary Alipay. Duncan Clark is chairman of consultancy BDA China, and author of Alibaba: The house that Jack Ma built, and explains the background. Also in the programme, we explore whether corporate social responsibility is actually changing carbon emitting businesses, or j…
 
Fears are mounting that one of China's biggest property development groups, Evergrande, is close to collapse. Sara Hsu, an economist and visiting scholar at China's Fudan University gives us her analysis of what has gone wrong and why she believes the Chinese government won't let the debt laden company fail. It's London International Shipping week …
 
This week Vicky, Martin and Tony were joined by Head of Religions, Senior Lecturer in UCC, Amanullah De Sondy, Fianna Fáil Lord Mayor of Longford, Uruemu Adejinmi, Mr irishelectionprojections.com, Harry McEvansoneya and Senior Pharmacist (Cancer Services) au UHW, DJ Walsh, for what was a brilliant conversation.We discussed the polls, how Slaintecar…
 
Apple has been dealt a major blow in its ongoing trial against Fortnite-maker Epic Games. A court in Oakland, California, has ruled that Apple cannot stop app developers directing users to third-party payment options. Apple had argued that all apps should use Apple's own in-app payment options. Russell Brandom from the Verge explains the significan…
 
Business executives from tourism, alcohol and restaurants sectors lobby the government to open economy further to level 2 from level 3 so small businesses may survive in a harsh economy battered by a health pandemic . Friday File: Lemon - Kevin Frankental, Co-founder of Lemon shares the vision of his company and what drives it See omnystudio.com/li…
 
On the eve of the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, a new episode of Hold Your Fire! looks at the shadow cast by the “global war on terror” across South Asia, the Middle East and Africa. Richard Atwood and Naz Modirzadeh discuss how Islamist militants – groups like al-Qaeda and later ISIS – have fared in twenty years marked by the Afghanis…
 
We’re nearing the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the start of the war in Afghanistan. Following the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban have seized control of the country, and the US-backed government has collapsed. Meanwhile, Turkey, Russia, China, and other powers remaining in the region are openly jostling f…
 
Workers at large US companies are to be vaccinated, or face regular mandatory testing. That's one of a slew of measures announced by President Biden, which aim to bring the Delta variant of coronavirus back under control in America. We get business reaction to the move from Stephen Lamar, chief executive of the American Apparel and Footwear Associa…
 
Fianna Fáil TD, Paul McAuliffe, joined us to discuss his party's plan: Housing For All. We talk about the right to housing that is in and isn't in the plan, the lack of curbs on investor funds, the positives of the plan and we ask if it is a missed opportunity. We also discuss the blockers within government, Fine Gael pushback and more.Support us b…
 
As the BRICS leaders meet, is the loose alliance of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa working? We hear from Professor Miles Kahler, a Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington DC. Facebook has been accused of breaking UK equality law in the way it handles job adverts. The campaign group Global Witness said the soci…
 
Kevin Lings, chief economist at Stanlib Asset Management discusses the significance of the R343 billion surplus that SA recorded in its current account. Editor-in-Chief at News24 Adriaan Basson on parties violating the law by not disclosing their funders as per the requirement of the legislation. Then Warren Ingram, personal financial advisor and e…
 
Facebook has been accused of breaking UK equality law in the way it handles job adverts. The campaign group Global Witness said the social network failed to prevent discriminatory targeting of ads, and its algorithm was biased in choosing who would see them, as Naomi Hirst from the organisation explains. And we get wider context from Eddie Hammerma…
 
The Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA)’s commissioner, Unathi Kamlana explains how they'll implement the R50 million fine on Viceroy Research and its partners for publishing false and misleading statements about Capitec Bank. Siobhan Redford, economist at RMB discusses SA’s weak Business Confidence. And Dr. Chris Leatt, founder and Chair of …
 
We hear how the redevelopment of Kenya's Lamu port could impact the country's economy. The BBC's Vivienne Nunis takes a tour of the facility with Dolly Okonga of the Kenya Ports Authority. And we get wider economic context from Edward Kusewa, who is an economist based in Nairobi, and Elizabeth Kivuva, business journalist with Kenyan news site The N…
 
As the twenty-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks approaches, this last instalment of The Horn’s mini-series about jihadism along the Swahili coast explores two decades of the “war on terror” and how they affected the Horn of Africa. Alan Boswell welcomes a panel including Crisis Group’s Murithi Mutiga, project director for the Horn of Africa, the…
 
With one disruption after another hitting the electronics manufacturing industry it's hard to know where to turn for a take on sentiment and mood as a whole. I turned to IPC's President and CEO John Mitchell, always a great source of knowledge and always happy to offer his own insight and opinion. In this 30 minute chat we explore digital transform…
 
7.00am Acknowledgement of Country7.11am Sabarin, Mahmoud and Hussein from Fidget Kids interview Olympic walker Regan Lamble. Fidget Kids are children from 3/4 Reggio at Collingwood College. Throughout May and June these children visited 3CR to experience the power of radio. They recorded interviews in the studio and produced their own podcasts. See…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login