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Each week, Foreign Policy’s editor in chief, Jonathan Tepperman, 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 p ...
 
As one of the world's most influential business hubs, the Middle East requires expert attention. Business Extra provides those experts, as well as news and insights from The National's esteemed team of business editors and reporters, who are on top of the markets, technology, the energy sector and more.
 
Dive deeper into the week's biggest stories from the Middle East and around the world with The National's foreign desk. Nuances are often missed in day-to-day headlines. We go Beyond the Headlines by bringing together the voices of experts and those living the news to provide a clearer picture of the region's shifting political and social landscape.
 
The Smart Dubai Podcast shares stories on latest technologies and smart city development from global government and private sector thought leaders. How are building smart cities going to affect people and the environment? Why is everyone obsessed with data? What really is Blockchain? How is Artificial Intelligence going to change the way we live and work today? Learn about all these topics and more. We will be releasing an episode every two weeks! Subscribe now!
 
Alice Haine has all the answers to your personal finance questions. Learn about saving, investing, managing debt and much more. Join us every week on Pocketful of Dirhams, a new podcast by The National coming straight from our news room in Abu Dhabi. Make sure to subscribe and follow us on your favourite podcast app so you can stay up to date on our latest episodes.
 
On The Cricket Pod, we at The National seek to shine a spotlight on the gentleman’s game, bringing to you the latest news, views, reviews and interviews from our studios in Abu Dhabi. The United Arab Emirates is gearing up for a very busy cricket season as it prepares to stage four Twenty20 tournaments, one T10 competition and a handful of bilateral series involving international teams between now and the next summer. If you are even remotely interested in this most fun-filled, bat-and-ball ...
 
Extra Time is the official sports podcast from The National, the UAE's English-language news source. Focusing primarily on Premier League football, Extra Time reviews the latest round of matches and covers all the biggest talking points as show regulars and special guests provide their insightful opinions on the twists and turns of England’s top-flight. Special editions of Extra Time cover certain high-profile international events relevant to the UAE and the region, including European Tour g ...
 
Through a series of expert interviews, this podcast mini-series explores some of the most pressing questions raised by the CSIS Middle East Program report, “Citizens in Training: Conscription and Nation-building in the United Arab Emirates.” Hear from leading experts on the Gulf, the UAE, and modern militaries in general what the UAE’s bold experiment in military conscription as a nationbuilding tool reveals about the leadership’s diagnosis of its key challenges at a pivotal moment in its na ...
 
Gayle Trotter is an attorney, columnist and conservative political analyst who lives in Washington, DC and brings an insider’s view of the nation’s capital with keen insights on the issues of the day and useful connections to power players. A regular on TV and radio news shows, she also contributes to well-known political websites.
 
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"Our system of government is based on our religion and this is what our people want. Should they seek alternatives, we are ready to listen to them. We are all in the same boat, and they are both captain and crew." The founding father of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Zayed, encouraged the involvement of people of all ages, nationalities, faiths, …
 
How will Pres. Biden deal with Israel, Mideast? CBN News asks former US ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, about Trump's Mideast achievements and pitfalls Biden's team should avoid; and celebrating Jesus' baptism on Jordan River despite ...By The Christian Broadcasting Network
 
What do the Dallas Cowboys & the Abraham Accords have in common? The both provide a wealth of excitement and promise for United Arab Emirates businessman, Thani Al-Shirawi. For the second episode in our Abraham Accords IsraelCast series, host Steven Shalowitz sits down with Thani to discuss the misconceptions of Emiratis, why Israelis & Emiratis ne…
 
On 20 January, 2021, Joe Biden was inaugurated as the 46th president of the United States. President Biden has come into power breaking records and making history. He received more votes than any other president in history, beating Barack Obama’s previous record. At 78, he is the oldest president to be sworn in, breaking Donald Trump’s record. And …
 
On today's update we have the latest coronavirus figures, news that Dubai hospitals have been told to cancel non-essential surgery and Etihad is set to resume flights between Abu Dhabi and Doha. An explosion in Madrid leaves three dead, in the US President Joe Biden signs his first executive orders and will focus on rejoining the Iran deal. Thoraya…
 
Wow! 100 episodes already? From chefs to political figures, we have enjoyed telling a positively Israel message from a unique perspective through the eyes of our incredible guests. To celebrate our 100th episode and kick-off our Abraham Accords IsraelCast series, host Steven Shalowitz welcomes The Jerusalem Post Editor-in-Chief, Yaakov Katz for a f…
 
Antitrust policy and enforcement is now mainstream news: it is front and centre in discussions about large tech players and digital markets, it is a core issue in the debate on sustainability, and it remains a key consideration in global trade negotiations. This central role for antitrust is expected to continue into 2021, and in our first episode …
 
This week, Neom’s president of technology and digital, Joseph Bradley, describes his vision for the futuristic city. “What you’re going to do is way more valuable than what you’ve done,” he tells co-host Kelsey Warner, describing how artificial intelligence will underpin some of the biggest plans for the $500 billion megaproject. “The power of pred…
 
On today's update we have the latest coronavirus figures, the UAE is to shut all private maid-hiring agencies by March and Etihad Airways and Emirates announce they will trial Iata's Travel Pass and offer sales in hopes to boost the industry. In Tunisia hundreds of young demonstrators are taking to the streets to protest a lack of economic opportun…
 
Investing your money is a tricky business, particularly when the financial markets are trying to factor in a global pandemic. Wild swings in equity prices can cause emotional reactions, with some investors buying or selling without thinking about the long-term implications. While an army of DIY investors in the UAE now adopt a long-term approach by…
 
My guests today illuminate Israel’s remarkable vaccination of its population and how Britain’s own successful vaccine program can be improved yet further. Support Jonny Gould’s Jewish State:Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=BW4GZLQCCL29Y&item_name=Podcast+production+¤cy_code=GBP&source=url Patreon: https://www.pa…
 
We are at a dramatic moment in the Covid-19 pandemic in the United States. Even as infections and deaths reach horrifying highs, vaccines are becoming available. What is Operation Warp Speed? How successful has it been in developing vaccines? What vaccines are currently available in the United States? What others are in the pipeline? How is the rol…
 
On today's update we have the latest coronavirus figures, salaries to remain stable in 2021 and Abu Dhabi restructures Etihad Aviation Group's board. A top official says the UAE is managing to balance economic needs and rising Covid-19 cases, Donald Trump's lifting of a ban on international travellers will be reversed by Joe Biden and a Covid-19 re…
 
In this week’s episode we welcome Eng. Nada Jasim, Director of Safety, Risk, Regulation and Planning Department at RTA, who discusses RTA’s latest updates towards meeting the goals of the Dubai Autonomous Strategy 2030 and also shares her thoughts on what the future of sustainable mobility will look like in Dubai.…
 
On today's update we have the latest coronavirus figures, the UAE approves use of Covid-19 vaccine for teenagers aged 16 and above and vaccinated people in Abu Dhabi need weekly PCR tests to be eligible for exemptions. Oman closes its land borders as coronavirus cases rise, a huge archaeological find in Egypt including 50 mummies and a temple and t…
 
Airdate January 17, 2021: Washington is on high alert and under heavy guard after last week's attack on the capitol. And now the House has impeached Pres. Trump for a second time, will the Senate convict? Former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson and Fareed discuss safety, security and moving America forward. Then, with a flurry of last-min…
 
In December 2011 in Cairo, during a protest in Tahrir Square, a woman was captured on video being dragged along the ground. During the attack, her abaya, the name for the long, loose cloak worn by women in many Arab and Muslim countries, came undone, exposing her midriff and her blue bra. This moment became the catalyst for a growing women's moveme…
 
On today's update we have the latest coronavirus figures, Abu Dhabi updates its border entry rules and distance learning is extended for three more weeks for Abu Dhabi schools. Iran fires anti-ship cruise missiles in an Indian Ocean exercise and Pfizer and BioNTech vow to limit vaccine delays after Europe backlash. Thoraya Abdullahi joins us for wh…
 
How could the COVID vaccine campaign and rightwing competition impact Israeli elections?; plus Prime Minister Netanyahu's bold move that could anger US President-elect Biden; and Iran already challenging Biden - how should he respond?By The Christian Broadcasting Network
 
On today's update we have the latest coronavirus figures, news that Abu Dhabi private schools will resume on Sunday, while hundreds of pupils at UK-curriculum schools sit crucial exams. The IMF says tackling corruption is vital to improving economic growth in the Middle East and there are fears of a new conflict between Sudan and Ethiopia. Cody Com…
 
U.S. Federal debt, already at the highest level since World War II, has grown dramatically as Washington has expended huge sums to address plummeting output caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. How sustainable is this debt? What explains the long-term trend toward lower interest rates? What was the picture of wealth and income inequality in the United …
 
On today's update we have the latest coronavirus figures, a new cable-car project to boost Hatta tourism is unveiled and Emaar Malls’ chief executive resigns. Kuwait's government resigns, Oman appoints its first Crown Prince and Iran speeds up construction at its underground nuclear site in Natanz. Thoraya Abdullahi joins us for what's trending inc…
 
The UK left the European Union on January 1, more than four years after the country voted to leave the economic bloc in a 2016 referendum. Britain’s exit from the EU comes at a very challenging time for the country’s economy. Not only are businesses adapting to a raft of new rules from the trade deal, they are also enduring a third national lockdow…
 
Shares in Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Amazon and Alphabet, the parent company of Google, all slid at the start of the week. But analysts said they won’t fall far. This week, co-hosts Mustafa Alrawi and Kelsey Warner dig into the unfolding drama at the world’s biggest platforms and what it means for the future of US civility and shareholder sentiment.…
 
On today's update we have the latest coronavirus figures, Dubai Police seize 400,000 bogus face masks and travellers to the UK face quarantine on arrival from UAE. Sultan Haitham of Oman issues a new law to create the role of crown prince and Germany's Angela Merkel leads European fears of a “problematic” Twitter ban on Donald Trump. Thoraya Abdull…
 
On today's update we have the latest coronavirus figures, the UAE sets out a plan for the return of pupils to public schools and Abu Dhabi urges people to support a Dh5 million organ donation campaign. In Saudi Arabia, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman reveals plans for a new city at Neom and in Iraq there have been deadly clashes between protesters…
 
Today we talk with young leader Luca Arfini about one of his exciting new projects the Young Leader Voices. As a series of talks with young leaders across Europ, we share the desire to promote youth initiatives and ideas across the continent. Check out Luca's projects at https://www.young-leaders-voices.com/ and listen in for a preview of the proje…
 
Airdate January 10, 2021: Insurrection in America as a pro-Trump mob storms the U.S. Capitol. How does the U.S. move forward from here? Is impeachment the answer? How will this change the world's view of America? Former Secretary of State Colin Powell and Fareed discuss. Then, Anne Applebaum and Ezra Klein discuss how the lure of authoritarianism a…
 
On today's update we have the latest coronavirus figures, the UAE vaccinates more than 50,000 a day against Covid-19 and the first Qatari vehicles cross the border into Saudi Arabia after the Gulf detente. Jordan's newly uncovered Roman baths are to be covered back up and WhatsApp's new privacy policy is causing people to sign up to alternatives. T…
 
In this podcast, Martina de Lind van Wijngaarden, Martin Mekat and Jan-Henning Buschfeld discuss legislative developments in the field of mass claims on both a national and European level. Focal point of this edition of the podcast is the European Directive on representative actions and what impact the Directive will have on Germany and other EU me…
 
Israel dramatically tightens its lockdown as COVID cases soar once again; and trouble in the U.S. capital, how will it end?; plus a tour of Israel in non-COVID times; and a first time discovery from Jesus day in the Garden of Gethsemane.By The Christian Broadcasting Network
 
2020 ended with some relief that we now have vaccines for Covid-19. But the pandemic is not over yet and new strains of coronavirus have spread. Now we have to work out how to distribute the vaccines globally. And anyway, just how effective are they? Which is the best? How long will it take for them to reach us? On this week's Beyond the Headlines,…
 
On today's update, we have the latest coronavirus figures, new Covid test rules for UAE-UK travellers, and the Dubai government increases economic stimulus to Dh7.1bn. Emaar sells the Address Sky View hotel in Downtown Dubai for Dh750m and, in the US, police end the pro-Trump rioters’ siege of the US Capitol building. Cody Combs joins us for what's…
 
Jews across America have different views, different politics, and different levels of religious observance, but there is one organization that strives to act on the consensus of the Jewish people everywhere, and that organization is the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. Whether you know about this organization already…
 
Sanctions on Russia have evolved significantly in the past six years. Where are sanctions on Russia going with the Biden administration, the US Congress, and other jurisdictions? In this podcast, Mark Goldberg joins Nabeel Yousef to discuss President-Elect Biden’s approach to Russia based on recent statements, past actions, and appointees, as well …
 
After soaring 300 per cent last year, Bitcoin’s value is still on the rise, as investors pile funds into the leading cryptocurrency. The prices of many other digital coins have also increased sharply, as cryptocurrencies experience a mini boom. While some analysts are making wild predictions about Bitcoin’s price rising as high as $400,000 from its…
 
In Foreign Policy Playlist’s first episode of 2021, we highlight Why It Matters, a podcast from the Council on Foreign Relations that focuses on breaking down important issues through conversations with leading thinkers. One episode discusses the implications of solar geoengineering, a newly proposed solution to try to slow down climate warming. Ou…
 
On today's update, we have the latest coronavirus figures, unvaccinated UAE government workers must pay for a Covid test every two weeks and headteachers in UAE look for options as GCSEs and A-level exams are cancelled. The UAE secures a deal to manufacture the Sinopharm vaccine and the Saudi crown prince calls for unity in the face of threats from…
 
China is expected to overtake the US to become the world’s biggest economy in 2028, five years earlier than previously anticipated, as it recovers faster from the coronavirus pandemic, the Centre for Economics and Business Research said. But what does it mean for the Middle East? This week, co-hosts Mustafa Alrawi and Kelsey Warner unpack the compl…
 
This week’s episode not only celebrates the One Year Anniversary of the Smart Dubai Podcast, but also bring us into the year that celebrates the UAE’s 50th National Day. Our guest on today’s episode therefore is none other than H.E. Younus Al Nasser, Assistant Director General, Smart Dubai and CEO, Dubai Data Establishment. H.E. shares his views on…
 
On today's update we have the latest coronavirus figures, Saudi-Qatar borders to re-open, and Abu Dhabi sets out exemptions for Covid vaccinated people. The Abu Dhabi Dh20 million jackpot winner has been found, Iran confirms an accelerated nuclear programme towards weapons-grade uranium, and, also in Iran, a South Korean chemical tanker is seized i…
 
On today's update we have the latest coronavirus figures, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, shares a message after 15 years of rule, and Emirates Airline deploys its A380 premium economy cabin. Shisha services can resume in Abu Dhabi, a study shows the risk of shunning precautions after an initial vaccine shot, and Iraq…
 
Airdate January 3, 2021: Fareed talks to incoming National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan about the global challenges the Biden administration will face. Are the U.S. and China entering a cold war? Can the President-elect revive the Iran nuclear deal? What will his policies toward Russia and the Middle East be? And what kind of cooperation is team …
 
On today's update we have the latest coronavirus figures, the Abu Dhabi toll gate system is now in effect, and Dubai Customs seize Dh47.5m worth of drugs at Hamriya Port. Iran's Revolutionary Guard chief vows a firm response to enemies, and in the US Republicans sign up to try to delay Joe Biden's election win. Thoraya Abdullahi joins us for what's…
 
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