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Recorded Future takes you inside the world of security intelligence. We’re sharing stories from the trenches and the operations floor as well as giving you the skinny on established and emerging adversaries. We also talk current events, technical tradecraft, and offer up insights on the big picture issues in our industry. Join the Recorded Future team, special guests, and our partners from the CyberWire to learn everything you want to know (and maybe some things you’d rather not know) about ...
 
The Lawfare Podcast features discussions with experts, policymakers, and opinion leaders at the nexus of national security, law, and policy. On issues from foreign policy, homeland security, intelligence, and cybersecurity to governance and law, we have doubled down on seriousness at a time when others are running away from it. Visit us at www.lawfareblog.com.
 
This podcast is all about breaking barriers to well-being and shedding light on stigmas regarding health and hygiene–and how to counter them. We talk with people who have experienced these stigmas and experts all over the world about subjects such as incontinence, menstruation and hand hygiene.
 
Nick van der Kolk's Love and Radio features in-depth, otherworldly-produced interviews with an eclectic range of subjects, from the seedy to the sublime. Get inside the mind of a rogue taxidermist. Find out what it's like to experience a stroke firsthand. Or spend time with an artist who gives away her life savings every night. You've never heard anything like it before. This show is moving to Luminary! For more, go to LuminaryPodcasts.com.
 
Like a pink laser beam of nonsense beaming straight into your brain hole longtime Dickheads, authors David Agranoff and Anthony Trevino, break down each of Philip K. Dick's novels in order of publication with very little help from their engineer Langhorne J Tweed. Plus: Interviews. Story Vs. Film episodes. And other bits of PKD history.
 
Weekly podcast offering a Marxist approach to the big issues we face in a world of capitalist crisis. Fighting for jobs, homes and public services for all. From strikes and mass movements through to community campaigns, history and theory. We shine a light on the struggles of workers and young people, and discuss the strategy for a socialist fightback.
 
In Intelligence Matters, former acting Director of the CIA Michael Morell, speaks with top leaders of the U.S. intelligence community as they reflect on their life, career and the critical roles they play in shaping national security policies. As a central figure in the most significant U.S. counter-terror efforts of the past two decades and a former CIA intelligence analyst, Morell is uniquely skilled at taking industry leading knowledge to make connections that provide deep insight into co ...
 
Comedian Julian McCullough and Meg Molloy helm The Soft Spot, the world’s first Easy Listening comedy podcast. Designed to counter program these stressful times, the Soft Spot uses positive news stories, hilarious & soothing guests, deep dives into cozy subjects, and plenty of nostalgia to knit an audio sweater for your heart.
 
Asia's standing in the world has changed and it is clear that where the focus was once on how quickly the region would rise, the reality is now all about how Asia will lead. In the Future of Asia Podcast, we invite leaders from across the region to discuss the power, agility and ambition of Asia and to shed light on what kind of leader Asia will be, and what this means for governments and businesses everywhere.
 
Behind the Counter is a weekly comic book/pop culture based show hosted by Rich Stambolian and Jonathan Adler. Both lifelong comic book fans; they have their brains set to the interesting world of all comic book related properties and media. This show brings the conversational vibe that you can only find at the cooler comic book stores live into your home each and every week.
 
Hybrid Wars is a podcast series by United Nations University Centre for Policy Research, exploring how violent conflict around the world is becoming more deadly and more difficult to resolve than ever before. This podcast builds upon original field fieldwork of government-led counter-insurgency: the Nigeria’s Civilian Joint Task Force, Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units and Somalia’s darwish forces. The research, Hyrbid Conflict, Hybrid Peace, can be found at: https://cpr.unu.edu/hybrid-confl ...
 
In their weekly coffee discussion, Eric Rauch and Joe Darnell plunge into the depths of the world’s favorite bevereage. It’s all about recipes and brewing techniques, roasting beans to perfection, counter culture, and the fun we have together over a hot cup of joe.
 
Counterculture: (noun) coun·ter·cul·ture \ˈkau̇n-tər-ˌkəl-chər\ a culture with values and customs that are very different from and usually opposed to those accepted by most of society; also : the people who make up a counterculture. I’m a blogger producing videos and podcasts that report news and analysis in the sole pursuit of truth. Independent of corporate influence and a political agenda, I think of my reports as an experiment in objectivity. Considering that so much of today’s news repo ...
 
Refuge Recovery is a Buddhist-oriented path to freedom from addiction. This is an approach to recovery that understands: “All individuals have the power and potential to free themselves from the suffering that is caused by addiction.” We feel confident in the power of the Dharma, if applied, to relieve suffering of all kinds, including the suffering of addiction. This is a process that cultivates a path of awakening, the path of recovering from the addictions and delusions that have created ...
 
What is God’s design for women? In a world that is constantly redefining our worth and identity, we need to know that the only one who can define us is the One who designed us. The Girl Defined Show is for Christian girls everywhere, offering a distinctly God-centered view of beauty, femininity, identity, and worth. Join Kristen and Bethany every Monday for a hope-filled, counter-cultural, and totally down-to-earth conversation about God’s radically better vision for femininity.
 
Friend of Marilyn (FOM) is a fat positive radio show. It provides counter programming to the normative discourses on fatness and obesity in our culture, hosting conversations in which accepted ideas and stereotypes about fatness are challenged. FOM believes that safe spaces for fat people are important, and the show is committed to providing a forum where fat people get to speak for themselves (not just have their lives thinsplained by others).\r\n\r\n FOM began in August of 2011, and is cel ...
 
There are great stories in the security industry that aren’t being told. Fascinating people who fly below the radar and aren’t being heard. We know because we encounter them in hallways, hotel lobbies and just about everywhere imaginable across the globe. Everytime we think “I wish I had recorded that conversation so that everyone could hear it…” Our goal with Security Voices is to provide a place for clear-headed dialogue with great people that’s unencumbered by the hyperbole and shouting t ...
 
A soft space to create a modern day survival guide for an ancient psyche of a human being. We’re here to talk about healing modalities that work and don’t work, to consider our surroundings, our commitment, our freedom, and our relationship to everything that is outside and inside of us. A story of a counter-culture protagonist.
 
The world of Red Sky City is set in Cyberpunk universe, using Cyberpunk Red ruleset. Brought to you by Do Not Peek Entertainment, watch the world from the mind of Joseph Carothers come to like at https://twitch.tv/dnpeek, live with the current series of Cyberpunk Conspiracy at 6pm Pacific every Tuesday, or catch the VODs at https://www.youtube.com/donotpeekentertainment
 
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For the past five years, the European Union has been strengthening its defenses against asylum-seekers who have flooded into the region fleeing war and poverty. But in some parts of Germany, there is a push against the growing influence of right-wing politics that have impacted policies on migrants. Special Correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports. PB…
 
The Serum Institute of India (SII), the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer, has gone on the offensive after a participant in its coronavirus vaccine trial sued the firm, alleging he suffered serious side effects from the jab. In a countersuit, SII has demanded Rs 100 crore ($13.5 million USD) from the volunteer for his “malicious and misconceived…
 
In this episode of Intelligence Matters, Michael Morell speaks with Ambassador Ronald Neumann, Former Ambassador to Afghanistan, Algeria, and Bahrain, about U.S. national security interests in Afghanistan as the Trump administration announces a reduction of troops in the region. Neumann discusses potential repercussions of lowering U.S. troops, adv…
 
With the Red Cross warning governments to clamp down on a “second pandemic” of misinformation, the organization’s health and care chief told RT that he’s not demanding censorship, but pushing for “positive change.” The first batches of Covid-19 vaccines are on the cusp of availability, but International Federation of Red Cross President Francesco R…
 
Iran’s foreign ministry has apparently denied reports that a senior Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps commander and three of his escorts were killed in a drone strike on their car near Iraq’s border with Syria. “It seems to be fake news,” ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said in a press briefing on Tuesday in Tehran. He added that he was unawar…
 
Police have confirmed five deaths in Trier, Germany after a car plowed into a pedestrian area. While the driver’s actions appear to have been intentional, the public prosecutor says there are no indications of an Islamist motive. The driver, said by police to be a 51-year-old resident of the Trier-Saarburg area, drove a dark grey Range Rover throug…
 
The national parliament of Iran on Tuesday approved a bill demanding the suspension of UN inspections of its nuclear facilities, but the country’s government has opposed the move as “neither necessary nor useful.” The bill approved by MPs would suspend any further UN inspections, and require the government to “produce and store 120kg per year of ur…
 
Restaurant, bar, and nightclub owners staged a protest against the Portuguese government and its crushing Covid restrictions outside the national parliament on Tuesday – the fifth day of their ongoing hunger strike. The nine business owners claim that anti-coronavirus restrictions brought in by the government have crippled the hospitality industry,…
 
A gang of armed thieves laid siege to a Brazilian city and assaulted banks in what the city’s mayor called a “robbery of great proportions.” Video footage caught the brazen criminals in action, before police arrested several. The thieves, described by a Military Police commander as “a gang that specializes in bank robbery,” stormed the city of Cric…
 
Bahrain’s foreign minister has condemned what he termed Tehran’s heightened interference and aggression in the Middle East, saying it’s essential the international community confront Iran’s behavior “with unrelenting pressure.” Minister Abdullatif al-Zayani said on Tuesday that Iran’s aggression was a regional security challenge that needs to be co…
 
The German foreign minister has called on the NATO alliance to carefully consider the impact that further troop withdrawals from Afghanistan would have on the peace process, warning against reckless actions. Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Tuesday that North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) members must be cautious not to jeopardize the peac…
 
Spain’s Madrid region has opened a new hospital to treat Covid-19 patients which cost €100 million ($120 million) to build, as unions raised questions over how it will be staffed due to a lack of healthcare workers in the country. The new hospital’s final cost was more than double the originally planned budget, and the country’s shortage of staff h…
 
As nations around the world begin lining up for the roll-out of a range of coronavirus jabs, the Philippines has apparently decided to hedge its bets by purchasing four different vaccine brands. The Southeast Asian country will procure Covid-19 vaccines developed by China's Sinovac, the US-German Pfizer-BioNTech partnership, the UK’s AstraZeneca-Ox…
 
Pfizer and BioNTech have made a formal application to the European Medicines Agency (EMA). If permission is granted, it would enable them to begin distributing the vaccine across Europe within weeks. Dr Albert Bourla, Pfizer Chairman and CEO, said, “We have known since the beginning of this journey that patients are waiting, and we stand ready to s…
 
The German interior ministry has announced the banning of right-wing extremist group Wolfsbrigade 44 as multiple raids were conducted at the homes of many of the group’s members. German police raided the homes of prominent neo-Nazis in three states early on Tuesday morning, after the government banned the far-right group, the Federal Ministry of th…
 
Wearing face masks in all public buildings and shops has become compulsory in the Netherlands, after a new law intended to slow the spread of coronavirus came into effect on Tuesday. The legislation marks a gradual turnabout in the Dutch government’s policy, and those who refuse to wear masks now face a fine of €95 ($114). The so-called Temporary M…
 
Australia’s angry reaction to a meme showing one of its soldiers holding an Afghan child at knifepoint, shared by a Chinese diplomat, is an attempt to deflect public attention from its war crimes, China’s Embassy in Canberra said. The Australian authorities contacted the Chinese ambassador on Monday to complain about the tweet, but he refuted all a…
 
“American companies are in a bind.” So argue Bill Priestap and Holden Triplett, who have written a series of articles for Lawfare making the case that more and more state intelligence agencies are turning their attention to private businesses, using the tools of espionage in order to build their own economic power. Both writers are speaking from ex…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has warned NATO to take a rational view of China’s rise and foreign policy, but said it is willing to engage in dialogue with the alliance on the basis of mutual respect. Hua Chunying, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, told the gathered press on Tuesday that Beijing was prepared to cooperate with the North Atlanti…
 
Dr. John-Mark Miravalle received his pontifical doctorate from the Regina Apostolorum in Rome, and is an associate professor of moral and systematic theology at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary in Emmitsburg, MD. He is the author of numerous books, including the one we discussed called Beauty: What it is and Why it Matters. His debates with noted atheists…
 
Ethnic-Armenian forces last week handed over two regions to Azerbaijani control as part of Russia-brokered armistice that ended the six-week war over the Nagorno-Karabakh region. Moscow has sent peacekeepers to the ethnic-Armenian enclave, representing the return of its military to Azerbaijan for the first time since the Soviet Union ended. Simon O…
 
Italy's antitrust regulator has scored another victory against tech giant Apple, fining it €10 million for misleading the public about “waterproof” iPhones. It's not the sweeping anti-monopoly case the US wants to bring, but this one was easier to win. The Italian Competition and Market Authority has fined Apple Distribution International and Apple…
 
A senior commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps was killed in a drone strike near the Syrian-Iraqi border Sunday night, according to reports, just two days after the assassination of Iran’s top nuclear scientist. The IRGC commander and three of his escorts reportedly died after his car was struck by an unmanned aerial vehicle near the b…
 
Some 19,000 ducks have been culled in South Korea after a farm was hit by an outbreak of highly pathogenic H5N8 bird flu - the same strain which has afflicted Europe in recent weeks and led to the culling of millions of birds. The outbreak first took hold on Thursday in the southwestern town of Girin-ri, near the city of Jeongeup-si, the World Orga…
 
Freedom of speech classes are possible without displaying cartoons of Prophet Mohammed, but educators must be able to decide if they need to do it or not, a Norwegian teacher behind an influential article on the issue told RT. One in three teachers in Norway were afraid to show the cartoons of Islam's Prophet Mohammed in class after their French co…
 
The global transition to 5G mobile technology is well underway, with ongoing network build-out and increased availability of 5G enabled devices able to take advantage of the increased speed and capacity of the next generation network. The transition has attracted an odd type of controversy, primarily from conspiracy theorists who claim that 5G is r…
 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel told reporters on Monday that she fears the economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic will reverberate for years to come. Merkel praised improved coordination between EU member states during the pandemic, but called on nations to recognize the critical importance of EU instruments in repairing the financial d…
 
The US has hit Chinese tech company China National Electronics Import & Export Corporation with "Venezuela-related sanctions," according to the Treasury Department, which issued a license authorizing a winddown of transactions. The Treasury announced the new sanctions on Monday, without specifying what provoked the measures on the state-owned enter…
 
In the aftermath of the battle with the Red Chrome Legion, the team finds a mysterious data chip sent from an insider at Continental Brands. Before they can reveal its secrets they need to patch up and make some friends. Monarch goes through the pieces of his family's homestead, Natalie mixes Cool Ranch kibble in Orange Juice, and Jim Fingers tests…
 
The speaker of French President Emmanuel Macron's ruling party has said the government is dropping part of a controversial bill curbing the right to film on-duty police – which drew huge public anger – and will re-draft it. Christophe Castaner, president of La Republique en Marche in the National Assembly, told the press on Monday that the governme…
 
China will slap sanctions on four individuals working for US organizations who say they promote democracy abroad, the Foreign Ministry said, in response to what it called “blatant interference” in Hong Kong and Chinese affairs. From Monday, the four – one of whom works for the National Endowment for Democracy, while the other three are with the Nat…
 
Chinese officials have said they are imposing sanctions on four individuals who Beijing claims are responsible for interfering in Hong Kong’s affairs, and who are linked to US democracy promotion initiatives. Hua Chunying, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, told media on Monday that four individuals had been identified as interfering with Chin…
 
Authorities in Hong Kong will close game centers and swimming pools from Wednesday, while also ordering civil servants to stay at home after a new spike in coronavirus cases. The city recorded 76 new Covid-19 cases for the day, including nine untraceable local cases, with Chief Executive Carrie Lam saying “the figure on Monday was slightly lower.” …
 
Astronaut Tim Peake has shared details of an unlikely encounter in orbit, in which he alerted his ISS crewmates to a potential UFO on an intercept course, only to realize the golden lights were of a more, erm, human origin. In a recent series of interviews, European Space Agency astronaut and former International Space Station crew member Peake, 48…
 
Beijing has rejected calls for an apology after a Chinese official shared a doctored poster of an Australian soldier attacking an Afghan girl, urging Canberra to instead seek forgiveness for its alleged war crimes in Afghanistan. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison demanded an official apology from Beijing after Chinese Foreign Ministry spokes…
 
Jordan Schneider, the host of the ChinaTalk podcast, sat down with H. R. McMaster, President Trump's former national security advisor. They talked about his time in government; the origins of the 2017 national security strategy, which focused the U.S. government on China; how he thinks history is best applied to policymaking; and even why he consid…
 
004 - Most Christian girls feel like they are fighting the battle for purity on their own. The church is silent on the topic and other Christian women are silent as well. It’s time to break the silence and let girls know that lust isn’t just a guy problem. Lust is a girl problem too. In today’s episode, Kristen and Bethany get open and honest about…
 
The weapon used in the killing of Iran’s top nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, on Friday was made in Israel, Iranian state media claims. Tehran had previously accused Israel of being behind the assassination. The “remains of the weapon” from the site of the attack outside Tehran bear “the logo and specifications of the Israeli military industr…
 
The World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Monday that gaps in access to life-saving tools are undermining efforts to curb malaria, as deaths from the disease will far exceed those killed by Covid-19 in sub-Saharan Africa. In its latest World Malaria Report', the WHO says progress against malaria continues to plateau. In some African states, the…
 
The Australian PM has demanded an official apology from China, after its Foreign Ministry spokesman called for justice over a recent war crimes report – with an illustration of a soldier holding a knife to a child's throat. “Shocked by murder of Afghan civilians and prisoners by Australian soldiers,” Beijing’s Foreign Ministry spokesman, Zhao Lijia…
 
Wizard on the Wynd has rebranded to include a wider range of gaming content. We will be returning to the world of Farrir soon, but for now I am uploading a story recorded on Zoom during lockdown. Please bear in mind the audio is from players home mics so the quality is low and sometimes we are referring to things on a screen. The video can be watch…
 
The U.K. is currently facing two monumental challenges: managing COVID-19 measures amid protests and lockdown fatigue, and its quickly approaching Brexit from the European Union. Frank Langfitt, NPR Correspondent and author of "The Shanghai Free Taxi" joins Michael Hill from London to discuss the situation on the ground. PBS NewsHour is supported b…
 
We are starting a series talking about the physiology of how various systems of the human body work, and how that relates to things that might be important to preppers. And one of the first things I wanted to talk about is blood vessels, because they're really cool pipes. Not only are they really cool pipes, but they've got some tricks that you can…
 
Iran's top scientist was assassinated with a remote-controlled machine gun from 150 meters away, semi-official news agency Fars said, contradicting previous detailed reports of a 12-person commando team doing the killing. Citing “new details” obtained by its journalists from unidentified sources, Fars said on Sunday that the lead security vehicle i…
 
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