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Best Minnimal Productions podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Minnimal Productions podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Wigs is a monthly podcast exploring and interrogating contemporary legal issues in and out of the court room. The first and only podcast (so far) featuring practising barristers talking shop. Join Emmanuel Kerkyasharian, Felicity Graham, Stephen Lawrence and Jim Minns as they deep dive into the scenarios and outcomes that make up our legal system.
 
Nicole dreams of becoming a successful vlogger, but when her attempts at live streaming unleash a flurry of dark web activity on her computer, not only is her privacy destroyed but her life is at risk.Written and Produced by Jim Minns.
 
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Laura Rosenberger is the director of the Alliance for Securing Democracy and a senior fellow at The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF). Laura is a global expert in foreign interference and misinformation campaigns. Before she joined GMF, Luara was foreign policy advisor for Hillary for America where she coordinated national security an…
 
The Wigs discuss the recent US Supreme Court case of Bostock v Clayton County where a US man was fired for "conduct unbecoming a county employee". Why? He joined a gay softball team. He took the county on and ended up transforming US discrimination law. To add some Australian context the Wigs also interview Assoc Professor Wayne Morgan who talks ab…
 
Mike Murphy is a legendary political consultant and one of the Republican Party's most successful ever campaigners. Mike has handled media and strategy for more than 26 successful Republican campaigns including Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney and Arnold Schwarzenegger as well as leading John McCain's historic presidential race in 2000. Mike has advised polit…
 
This is a special content episode! Senator Kristina Keneally is the Shadow Minister for Home Affairs and Immigration and Citizenship. Senator Keneally is Labor's deputy leader in the Senate and also served as the first female premier of NSW. Misha Zelinsky and Senator Keneally appeared as guests on a NSW Young Labor panel session discussing the fut…
 
Tarun Chhabra is a fellow at the Brookings Institution, and also with the Center for Security and Emerging Technology at Georgetown University. His current research focuses on U.S. grand strategy, U.S.-China relations, and U.S. alliances. Tarun is a global expert on the implications of China’s growing political and international influence. A Harvar…
 
Professor Ross Garnaut is one of Australia’s most distinguished economists and a global expert on climate change, trade, and energy policy. He was Prime Minister Bob Hawke’s principal economic advisor and was Australia’s Ambassador to China. He’s lead many government reviews, including the seminal though ill-fated Garnaut Climate Change Review into…
 
Richard McGregor is an internationally recognised expert on the Chinese political system and a senior fellow at the Lowy Institute. McGregor’s book, The Party, on the inner-workings of the Chinese Communist Party is considered the pre-eminent text for understanding the CCP and was called a “masterpiece” by The Economist and a must read” by the Wash…
 
This is the first of a series of special episodes looking at the impact of the Corona Virus on Australia’s legal system and society. The Wigs discuss the Covid-19 related changes to the operation of the court system, the impact on prisoner populations and the way federal and state parliaments have responded to the virus. Our special guest is Rose J…
 
Dr Alexandra Phelan is a faculty member at the Center for Global Health Science & Security at Georgetown University School of Medicine, and Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center. A global expert in pandemics, Misha Zelinsky caught up with Alex to talk about all things related to COVID-19, including the nature of the threat we…
 
The Wigs discuss the latest from the monumental High Court decision in Love v Cth (why Aboriginal non-citizens can’t be deported). Plus an in depth interview with Sydney Morning Herald court reporter Michaela Whitbourn and the curious story of Alfred Piddington, Australia’s shortest serving High Court justice. Why did he never hear a case? CREDIT N…
 
Sweden is often considered to be the heartland of social democracy - but that may no longer be the case. Benedict Hugosson is a global expert in political campaigning. He has lead national field campaigns for the Social Democrats in Sweden and is a leading thinker in political engagement strategies and tactics. An Australian born Harvard graduate, …
 
The Wigs discuss the proposal for mandatory blood testing of persons charged with assault police and similar offences, the legal issues posed by the explosion in facial recognition technology and the Julian Assange case and whether the indictment threatens free speech and the right to publish.By Minnimal Productions
 
Emily Lau is one of the most famous politicians in Hong Kong. She was the leader of the Democratic Party and the first woman to be elected into Hong Kong's legislature. A former journalist, Emily is a passionate defender of press freedoms and free speech. She shares some important lessons for anyone who cares about freedom of expression and democra…
 
Alex Oliver is the Director of Research at the Lowy Institute where she oversees the annual Lowy Institute Poll. Alex in an expert in foreign affairs and has authored several major studies on Australia’s diplomacy. She is a prolific author for international press including Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, The Wall Street Journal and BBC.com and for…
 
Wayne Swan is the President of the Labor Party. He served as Australia’s Treasurer from 2007 to 2013 and was Deputy Prime Minister. Wayne is credited with helping save Australia from the GFC and in 2011 was crowned World Finance Minister of the year. As the author of numerous books on social policy, he has lead the domestic and global debates on th…
 
Dr Charles Edel is a Senior Fellow at the United States Studies Centre. He was the Associate Professor of Strategy and Policy at the U.S. Naval War College, advised the Secretary of State John Kerry on political and security issues in the Asia-Pacific and was a Henry Luce scholar at Peking University. Charles is the co-author of ‘The Lessons of Tra…
 
Chris Bowen is the Member for McMahon in the Australian Parliament. In his time in public office, he has served as Treasurer, Minister for Human Services, Minister for Immigration, Minister for Financial Services, Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Competition Policy. As the author of the books of ‘Hearts and Minds’ and ‘The Money Men’, Chris is …
 
Max Bergmann is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, where he focuses on European security and U.S.-Russia policy. Previously he served in the U.S. Department of State where he focused on political-military affairs, arms control and international security. He was also speechwriter to Secretary of State John Kerry. A graduate of LSE,…
 
Ambassador Curtis Chin served as the US ambassador to the Asian Development Bank. In doing so, he became only the fourth US ambassador of Chinese heritage. As one of the world's foremost experts on the Asia-Pacific region, Curtis now serves as the Asia Fellow of the nonpartisan Milken Institute and works with a range of startups and impact funds in…
 
Peter Jennings is the executive director of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute. As a leading global expert on defence and security policy, Peter has held senior roles in the Department of Defence and was a key advisor to prime minister John Howard. Peter joined Misha Zelinsky to talk about the US-China rivalry, how Australia should manage it…
 
Bonita Mersiades is one of the most famous whistleblowers in world sport. She is the author of ’Whatever It Takes: The Inside Story of the FIFA Way’ - a book that details the massive corruption inside the bids for the 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cup including Australia’s role in the shady process. Bonita joined Misha Zelinsky to talk about the interse…
 
Gillian Triggs was Australia’s Human Rights Commissioner - and is someone that doesn’t require introduction. Formerly the Dean of the Sydney Law School and now Professor of the Melbourne Law School - she is a globally recognised legal authority on human rights and is author of the book ‘Speaking Up’. Gillian caught up with Misha Zelinsky to talk ab…
 
Elaine Pearson is the Australian Director of Human Rights Watch. As a graduate of Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson school, Elaine is a global expert in human rights law and has worked all over world - including stints at the United Nations and various NGOs. Elaine joined Misha Zelinsky for a fascinating chat about the intersection of democracy and human …
 
Gordon Bajnai was the prime minister of Hungary from 2009 to 2010. Bajnai took charge of Hungary in the aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis and lead the country through an incredibly difficult period in its history. As prime minister, Gordon was the last socially democratic leader of Hungary before the country took a turn towards a more right-…
 
Professor Simon Hix is the pro-Director for research at the London School of Economics and is the chair of Vote Watch Europe. Professor Hix is a globally renowned expert on EU politics, democratic institutions, parliamentary voting behaviour, political parties and elections – and to prove it he is the author of over 100 books and papers on these to…
 
Western Australian Governor, Kim Beazley joined Misha Zelinsky to talk about Trump, Putin, China and how Australia can navigate the global rivalries that are fast emerging between our strategic allies and our regional trading partners. Governor might be his current job, but he was also the Australian Ambassador to the United States, Parliamentary L…
 
Steve Glickman, the CEO of the Economic Innovation Group, gives his predictions on the mid-term and 2020 elections, dissects geographic inequality while issuing a take down of the UBI and addresses challenges facing trade policy. Steve also gives tips on how to overcome partisanship in the legislative process. It’s a BIG chat. A young gun in US pol…
 
John Berry was the US ambassador to Australia from 2013 to 2017 and is now President of the American Australian Association. Ambassador Berry joined Misha Zelinsky to talk about the future of the ANZUS Alliance, strategic competition in the Asian region, the rise of autocrats globally and how we can get young people to care about politics and democ…
 
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