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American Diplomat goes behind the scenes to hear real stories from diplomats who lived newsworthy events overseas. Experience the Cuban revolution, Central American insurgencies, the end of apartheid and more through the eyes of those who were there. A project of the Una Chapman Cox Foundation in partnership with the American Academy of Diplomacy.
 
The world is full of black people But when the mainstream media talks about the world, we hardly ever hear from them. Black Diplomats—a podcast dedicated to international politics and culture from the perspective of people of color—is going to change that. The 45-minute weekly show will take on domestic issues like immigration, policing, and protest movements through a globalized lens. The podcast is called Black Diplomats because I believe every black person is a diplomat at heart. It’s cru ...
 
Daily mini-podcast featuring one thought per day delivered to you at 6am ET. Learn something new, get inspired and adopt a positive mindset in 5 min max. Meet your host: Olga Nesterova is former pro world champion athlete, UN diplomat, NBA/NHL/WNBA halftime entertainment turned entrepreneur, tv network executive, producer and tv show host.Olga is president of Onest TV Network, CEO of Onest Media Productions and head of Artists 4 Justice nonprofit initiative. Having lived in 4 countries, Olga ...
 
America the Beautiful Game is a podcast about soccer in the US and its relationship with Europe. Each week Dan Rutstein, a former sports journalist and diplomat and now head of International at Orange County Soccer Club, sits down with a new guest to discuss the sport and its growth in this country. We have current and former players, coaches, administrators and those from industries linked to soccer - betting, data, marketing and more. America the Beautiful game is a chance to see soccer in ...
 
Crime never takes a day off, and neither does Parcast. Every day, we flip back the calendar and examine a true crime event from the same date. It might be the anniversary of an important case being solved, the end of a landmark trial, or a serial killer’s birthday-- whatever the date, there’s no ordinary day in true crime history. In each episode, we present a short true crime story, then analyze the impact of that historic day’s events. Today in True Crime is a Parcast Original, with new ep ...
 
Welcome to our podcast where we share tips, news and insights into the world of marketing and branding. Whether you are running a personal brand, nonprofit organization or a for profit business, we are here to boost your creative juices and perhaps even solve some problems. Tune in at 6am ET (or later, no judgement!) to our MiniPod series on Monday to Friday and check out our weekly DeepDive on Sundays where we dissect a specific topic and give you the most practical advice.. Maybe you can e ...
 
Career Foreign Service Officers interview America’s most influential diplomats, capturing the sacrifice, professionalism, humor, heroism, wisdom, and triumph of modern-day American diplomacy. Through personal anecdotes, guests explain what they were trying to achieve with a given foreign policy, how they tried to accomplish those objectives, and where things went right (or wrong). Featuring conversations with America’s greatest foreign policy minds, including Thomas Pickering, John Negropont ...
 
Let's make being healthy less complicated! If you're like the patients I see in my medical practice; you feel frustrated, confused, and unsure what to do or what it takes to get your health back on track. I love helping patients and listeners change the way they are aging. Each week, physician, Tracy Page MD, will share clear, simple, and actionable insights you can implement in your daily life to improve your health and wellbeing. We will focus on all things health, including balancing horm ...
 
Welcome to Diplomatic Dispatch, a new podcast series by Radio Canada International. My goal is to bring you insights into Canada’s foreign, defence and development policy. I’ll discuss Canada’s global role through interviews with policy makers, former and serving diplomats and soldiers, academics and think tank experts, humanitarian workers, civil society activists and entrepreneurs. What is Canada’s foreign policy? How should Canada conduct its foreign policy? Who should conduct that policy ...
 
The Prince (Italian: Il Principe) is a political treatise by the Italian diplomat, historian and political theorist Niccolò Machiavelli. The descriptions within The Prince have the general theme of accepting that ends of princes, such as glory, and indeed survival, can justify the use of immoral means to achieve those ends. (Introduction by Wikipedia)
 
You don’t need a PhD in linguistics to explore interesting, unique features of different languages. In this podcast, “Language Matters” by Diplomatic Language Services, we make language accessible to everyday people by discussing features which may not exist in other languages. For instance, unless you have studied a Slavic language, you may not be familiar with “verbs of motion”, but we can teach you! Join us each episode as we host experts to discuss how these unique features impact learni ...
 
Diplomatic consultancy Grassroot Diplomat discuss innovative practices of diplomacy and international relations in today's world. Topics include leadership and self-development, networking, public diplomacy, personal branding, and digital diplomacy. Popular guests include: Talyn Rahman-Figueroa, Sandra Francius-Renaudot, and Jeannette Viens. Find out more on: www.grassrootdiplomat.org
 
Follow the Wh1t3 Rabbit ... attention technology and business leaders! The "Down the Security Rabbithole" podcast is not your ordinary security podcast, primarily because we take a business perspective on the colorful and fast-paced world of information security. Bringing useful commentary on relevant events in the information security community, filtered through a no-nonsense business first approach, this is a podcast that helps you get the sane perspective on hacks, risks, threats and tech ...
 
Tales of Old Japan by Lord Redesdale is a collection of short stories focusing on Japanese life of the Edo period (1803 - 1868). It contains a number of classic Japanese stories, fairy tales, and other folklore; as well as Japanese sermons and non-fiction pieces on special ceremonies in Japanese life, such as marriage and harakiri, as observed by Lord Redesdale. The best know story of these is "The Forty-seven Ronins" a true account of samurai revenge as it happened at the beginning of 18th ...
 
Herbert Allen Giles (1845-1935) spent several years as a diplomat in China and in 1897 was appointed Cambridge University’s second professor of Chinese. His published works cover Chinese language and literature, history and philosophy.This series of lectures, published as “China and the Chinese”, was given at Columbia University in 1902, to mark the establishment of a Chinese professorship there. The lectures were not intended for the specialist, more to urge a wider and more systematic stud ...
 
Tar Sands Diplomat is a satirical thriller set at the Canadian diplomatic mission in Brussels. After a Russian prostitute dramatically murders the Canadian mission's star diplomat with an Inuit statue, Macgregor is plunged into a world of spooks, Big Oil, Russian oligarchs and eco-hacktivists that leads him back to a well-connected Canadian oil company and the Prime Minister's Office in Ottawa. Author Keith Halliday was formerly the twelfth most senior diplomat at the Canadian Mission to the ...
 
Why do we, the young Indians, need to understand politics? Because we are the future of our country and we need to represent it in a manner that is well-informed, sensitive and intelligent. Also because, understanding how events around the world affect our country from a historical, economical and political standpoint, is a lot of fun! Don't agree? Tune into Politics for Dummies with RJ Aniket from Radio One and Ambassador KP Fabian, an Indian Diplomat, who served in the IFS from the crucial ...
 
Tales of Old Japan by Lord Redesdale is a collection of short stories focusing on Japanese life of the Edo period (1603 - 1868). It contains a number of classic Japanese stories, fairy tales, and other folklore; as well as Japanese sermons and non-fiction pieces on special ceremonies in Japanese life, such as marriage and harakiri, as observed by Lord Redesdale. The best know story of these is "The Forty-seven Ronins" a true account of samurai revenge as it happened at the beginning of 18th ...
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
In each episode of PODCAST FROM THE PAST, Tom Jackson - who curates the hugely popular twitter feed and book Postcard From The Past - welcomes to the studio two guests, each armed with old postcards they couldn’t bear to throw away. Together, in funny, human and sometimes moving conversations, they explore the memories, mysteries and stories held by those postcards.
 
Welcome to Rollin' with Ngaio! A Travelogue... with weed Join us every week as intrepid Chronnissuer Ngaio Bealum talks about life from the road. Every week brings a new city. Every week is a new adventure. Every week three are buses to take, foods to eat, friends to make, ideas to share, and joints to smoke. All that, and dessert first. And now, here he is: the Globetrotter of Ganja, The Dank Diplomat, the Bard of Buds, Ngaio Bealum (Oon-Guy-Yo Bee-Lum)
 
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Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney joins Kathryn to talk about fears of an escalation in conflict between Russia and Ukraine, major political groups in the European Parliament demanding an explanation for a diplomatic gaffe that left European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen without a seat at official talks with Turkey's President and the…
 
There’s a lot happening in Florida right now! From whatever the hell is going on with Matt Gaetz, to the governor acting like the pandemic is over, and the state legislature trying to restrict voting. Of course there are progressives all over the state fighting back, but where are the Democrats? This week Black Diplomats welcomes Pam Keith to try t…
 
The Global North owes the Global South progressive economic policies, not aid. The essential (?) fascism of security clearances. Why it's wrong to make international-relations paradigms into ideologies. The tragic history and propagandizing about the third offset strategy--or, the origins of American militarism today. The China Cold War question. J…
 
Soooo we've been uncanceled so yay! Listen to this episode as we discuss the issues that have arisen in Burma/Myanmar since the coup by the Myanmar Military in early February.Note: Still using Skype so please pardon the audio.Follow us on Twitter: @AlmostDiploDisclaimer: The comments and views discussed in the podcast are our own and do not represe…
 
Donald Trump goes after his former allies, anti-police riots return to the West Coast, New York now the highest-taxed state in the nation, more colleges require CoVID vaccines for students, Europe shuts down as cases surge. Plus, Bill's Message of the Day: comrade Biden. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
To mark HistoryExtra’s 1,000th episode, Dan Jones takes us on a whistlestop tour through the last millennium of British history, touching on some of the most memorable moments and reinterrogating the familiar stories we tell about our national past. (Ad) Dan Jones is the author of Crusaders: An Epic History of the Holy Land (Head of Zeus, 2019). Bu…
 
Former British prime minister David Cameron has admitted he made mistakes over his government lobbying for Greensill Capital, leading Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is expanding its investment in chips, and Microsoft is on the verge of acquiring the voice technology pioneer, Nuance. Plus, the FT’s US equities correspondent, Aziza Kasumov, discusse…
 
Brigitte Morten and Shane Te Pou talk to Kathryn about the pressure mounting on the Government over the Covid vaccine rollout and the latest border workers infected with the virus. Also the reaction to the suspension of arrivals from India. And what's happening in the City of Sails with Light Rail, business confidence and safety at the Ports of Auc…
 
Napier-based lawyer with a passion for education and an unswerving belief in its capacity to make positive changes in our society Roimata Smail speaks with Kathryn Ryan about her sixteen year career in human rights and public law, specialising in discrimination against MÄori. Alongside the law, Roimata has created some wonderful interactive teachin…
 
Space Mining specialist, Serkan Saydam believes the red planet could be colonised by 2050. So far only uncrewed spacecraft have landed on surfaces described as dusty and dry. But, decades of exploration has added to the knowledge about Mars - including that at one time there were flowing liquids there forming streams and valleys. Now robotic activi…
 
New research questions how well the mandatory mediation for separating couples is working and shines a light on the impact of divorce on men. A law change in 2014 introduced mandatory family dispute resolution for separating couples, designed to settle disputes before they reach the family court. Six years on, Justice Ministry figures show only 200…
 
Abstract of the talk… A fireside chat with Jérôme Petazzoni in which we will get to know him up close and personal, ask him about how his personal music projects influence his professional work, and answer questions from the audience. Bio… Jérôme was part of the team that built, scaled, and operated the dotCloud PAAS, before it became Docker. He wo…
 
Professor Matthew Restall tackles listener questions and popular search queries about the central American civilisation Professor Matthew Restall tackles popular search queries and listener questions about the central American civilisation. Where did the Maya live? What did they eat? And did they really predict that the world would end in 2012? (Ad…
 
Elaine Farrell shares the stories of incarcerated Irish women, from daily routines inside a convict prison to relationships with staff and contact with the outside world. She also asks what their experiences can tell us about the lives of working-class women in 19th-century Ireland more generally. (Ad) Elaine Farrell is the author of Women, Crime a…
 
Episode Content: The first book we will discuss is about Chinese Corporate Identity. Peter looks at Chinese corporate identity as an extension of social identity, i.e. as it is bestowed onto the individual by the social group. We will analyze a case described in a book “Lukang: the construction of a state-owned enterprise”, pg. 42-78, where CEO lea…
 
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