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EU Now takes you beyond the international headlines to focus on a different facet of the European Union. We explore a wide range of topics such as counterterrorism and security, the economy, trade, public health, gender equality, history, culture and more. Tune in for interviews with commissioners, thought leaders, historians, activists, ambassadors, economists, Delegation staff and regular citizens. Each episode, we’ll explore not only the topic at hand, but also how it impacts the EU-US re ...
 
The Europe Desk is a podcast from the BMW Center for German and European Studies at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. It brings together leading experts working on the most pertinent issues facing Europe and transatlantic relations today. Music by Sam Kyzivat and Breakmaster Cylinder Production by Alistair Somerville, Laura Rodriguez and Simon Close Design by Sarah Diebboll https://cges.georgetown.edu/podcast Twitter and Instagram: @theeuropedesk
 
Social Europe Podcast contributes to the public policy discussions addressing the most pressing political and economic issues of our time. We use the values of freedom, sustainability and equality as the foundation on which we examine issues in politics, economy and employment & labour. We are committed to publishing cutting-edge thinking and new ideas from the most thought-provoking people.
 
The American Monetary Association is a non-profit venture funded by The Jason Hartman Foundation that is dedicated to educating people about the practical effects of monetary policy and government actions on inflation, deflation and freedom. Our goal is to help people prosper in the midst of uncertain economic times. The American Monetary Association believes that a new and innovative understanding of wealth, value, business and investment is necessary to thrive in the new reality of big gov ...
 
Hi. I’m Paul Adamson, the founder and editor of E!Sharp, an online magazine about the European Union and its place in the world. These podcasts are me “in conversation with” personalities that I think have interesting things to say and who may not be known to wider audiences. The conversations are deliberately informal and are designed to be illuminating as well as, hopefully, entertaining.
 
LSE's voxEUROPP draws on academic experts from the LSE's European Politics and Policy blog (EUROPP.eu) to discuss the latest issues across European governance, economics, politics, culture and society, both at the European Union and national levels.
 
When you think about Brits Abroad, you probably have some clear ideas about who they are. Pensioners soaking up the sun in Spain is probably top of that list. What if I told you that 79% of the British population living in the EU-27 are of working age and below? Or that Britain has one of the highest emigration rates in the world? This is a podcast all about what Brexit means to and for British citizens living in the EU27. Hosted by Dr Michaela Benson, it focuses on Brexit as it takes place ...
 
Natthanan Kunnamas has been trained in European Studies for over 20 years and taught for over 14 years in over six modules related to the EU. She received BA in International Affairs and German Language with 1st Class Honours from Thammasat University, with highest GPAX (Summa Cum Laude) in 1996. She won Leeds-ASEM Chevening Scholarship to study MA European Politics (EU Public Policy) at University of Leeds, UK and further won Thai government’s funding for doctoral degree at the same place. ...
 
Columbia Energy Exchange features in-depth conversations with the world’s top energy and climate leaders from government, business, academia and civil society. The program explores today’s most pressing opportunities and challenges across energy sources, financial markets, geopolitics and climate change as well as their implications for both the U.S. and the world.
 
A podcast by Young Friends of the Earth Scotland exploring the concept of Just Transition, talking to experts and activists about what it means from a Scottish perspective. The views, information, or opinions expressed during these podcasts are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Friends of the Earth Scotland and its employees. This podcast is supported by the Erasmus+ programme and the European Union.
 
EU Watchdog Radio is a bi-weekly podcast launched by two Brussels NGO's: Counter Balance and Corporate Europe Observatory. In each episode, we dive deeper into topics that relate to our activities in Brussels. Whether it be steps to increase transparency of lobbies in the EU or how to tackle public investment in a way that works for everyone. We explore it all, right here at EU Watchdog Radio!
 
The University of Washington's Center for West European Studies is a Jean Monnet Center of Excellence. Founded over 25 years ago in the 1990s, the center has developed a well-earned reputation for implementing innovative teaching, outreach, and research programs in the study of Europe, the EU and and EU-US relations. The center's activities are co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union.
 
Maybe you dream of moules frites and Belgian beer every night, or maybe you wake up wishing you were anywhere else, but Belgium is where the long and winding road has brought you.The "More From Brussels" podcast aims to bring a fresh perspective on this city, an adopted home away from home for so many expats.
 
Start with episode one. In 1995, a number of video tapes were made for employees of the European Union. Through the course of the series, they learned what they could expect to happen in the twenty-first century.​ The audio from these tapes is released now as a podcast. Written and narrated by Felix Trench. Sound design by Zachary Fortais-Gomm.
 
Listen to ITV Cymru Wales' Political Editor Adrian Masters in conversation with politicians and campaigners from across Welsh political and public life. Sharp End delves into the biggest issues affecting the people of Wales including the UK's impending withdrawal from the European Union.
 
Future Europe showcases the innovations that will shape your future. From environmental clean-ups to vaccines, superlasers and smart city tech. The episodes feature a project from each of the 28 European Union countries focusing on health, education, mobility, agriculture, urban development or science. Future Europe presents the projects through the voices of the people involved in them, set against the backdrop of sounds recorded on site. There’s no narrator to tell you what to think. It’s ...
 
The Sound of Economics brings you insights, debates, and research-based discussions on economic policy in Europe and beyond. The podcast is produced by Bruegel, an independent and non-doctrinal think tank based in Brussels. It seeks to contribute to European and global economic policy-making through open, fact-based and policy-relevant research, analysis and debate. The Sound of Economics is also part of EuroPod, a network of European podcast shows which brings together journalistic, cultura ...
 
The mission of the Center for the Study of Europe at Boston University is to promote understanding of Europe through its cultural heritage; its political, economic, and religious histories; its art, literature, music, and philosophy; as well as through its recent emergence as a new kind of international form through the European Union.
 
The Agora is a podcast created by the team behind MacroPolis. It’s a political and economic analysis website based in Athens. In this podcast series, we’ll examine political, economic and social developments in Greece. But our podcasts will also look at what’s happening in the world around us. We’ll provide you with insight from our own experts and analysis from special guests. So, if you enjoy intelligent, lively discussion and want the bigger picture, join us for a stroll through the Agora ...
 
Steve - @guitarmoog - and Chris - @ottocrat - investigate cakeism: the philosophy of having your cake and eating it, as preached and practised by the British government in its approach to Brexit. Each week, we explore the latest developments as we head towards Brexit and spend time wading through the weeds from the perspective of two long-standing Brussels and UK government insiders. Our aim: to inform you, our listeners, about EU realities and so, hopefully, to equip you to spot lies and to ...
 
What is the role of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) and the nature of its relationship with the UK Government? What impact does it have on UK law? With British membership of the European Union at the heart of the political agenda, the role of its Court of Human Rights and its influence on UK law has inevitably come under scrutiny. The coalition Government has pledged to withdraw the UK from the European convention of human rights, and to give Parliament the right to veto ECHR rulin ...
 
Survive and thrive in today's economy! With over 1,100 episodes in this Monday - Friday podcast, business and investment guru Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and financial experts including; Steve Forbes (Freedom Manifesto), Tomas Sowell (Housing Boom and Bust), Noam Chomsky (Manufacturing Consent), Jenny Craig (Health & Fitness CEO), Jim Cramer (Mad Money), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Todd Akin (Former US Congressman), Will ...
 
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It has been a while since Joe and Chris gave a report on events in the Premiership. After wall to wall action in the English top flight, TRU talk about how the table is shaping up, the new matchday experience and look to this weekends European action. Chris Heal - https://twitter.com/c_heal Joe Harvey - https://twitter.com/joeharvey34 Talking Rugby…
 
We analyze Commission President Ursula von der Leyen's first State of the European Union speech. And Ronald Gidwitz, the U.S. ambassador to Belgium who's also the acting Representative to the EU, gives us his take on the issues that unite and divide his country and the European Union right now. POLITICO's Andrew Gray, Rym Momtaz and David M. Hersze…
 
IN THE PAPERS – Thursday, 17.09.2020: We take a look at Ursula von der Leyen's first State of the European Union address before the European Parliament. She laid out a new vision for the bloc aimed at strengthening solidarity while confronting major challenges. We also discuss the suspension of 39 German police officers accused of sharing neo-Nazi …
 
Max Pearson brings you a roundup of this week’s Witness History stories of resistance from the last 70 years. From the early days of opposition to President Alexander Lukashenko in Belarus, through the Mau Mau uprising in Kenya, a photographer's memories of the 1989 demonstrations in China, an iconic civil rights story from the USA, to Argentina an…
 
Clare and Mick conduct a post mortem on President Ursula von der Leyen's "State of the Union" address. Finally we're talking about a coordinated European COVID response, but is it too late? Why is the European Union legislating shipping emissions, but letting top polluters like the navy run rampant? Civil unrest in Belarus is being used to push for…
 
Flashback Friday, Original Release Date: July 26, 2013 James Altucher is the Managing Director of Formula Capital and Founder of Stockpickr. He writes the popular blog, "Altucher Confidential." He is also the author of the new book "Choose Yourself: Be Happy, Make Millions, Live the Dream." James first went through big publishers but now explains h…
 
At the start of this year’s virtual United Nations General Assembly, European Union Ambassador to the UN Olof Skoog reflects on the 75th anniversary of the institution, why multilateralism is critical in today’s world, and the EU’s push for climate action, protection of biodiversity and pandemic recovery.…
 
In this podcast Malcolm Macdonald talked to SAC Nutritionist Mary Young and Norvite Technical Director David McClelland about minerals in ruminant rations. This included an overview of the major minerals which are supplemented in ruminant rations and these benefit anima health. David then outlines how minerals and vitamins are defined and can be us…
 
IN THE PAPERS - Friday, September 18: We look at two different polemics in France over the way girls are dressed. In the first, secondary and high school students criticize rules in some schools that prohibit them from wearing crop tops, blouses with low necklines or shorts deemed inappropriate. In the second, several French lawmakers storm out of …
 
In this year's State of the Union address, Ursula von der Leyen laid out her plans for the EU's transition "from fragility to a new vitality". But is the Commission president being too optimistic here? In the latest Centre for European Reform podcast, Charles Grant, Christian Odendahl and Camino Mortera-Martinez discuss the Commission's outline for…
 
Are you expecting a market crash? Jason Hartman discusses where a market crash might occur, and it isn't in the housing market. If you're looking for loan defaults, commercial real estate is likely experiencing the most volatility. Russ Munson shares his story fighting the Apple with a Pear; how his logo has faced trademark challenges thanks to the…
 
In this episode Mary-Jane Lawrie speaks with Colin Hunter who farms at Stonelaws Farm in East Lothian. Colin has been farming with min till and no till systems for the last 8 years and feels strongly that we should be doing all we can to protect our topsoil and organic matter, whilst still growing a good yielding crop.…
 
Ylva Johansson is done with drama queen discussions that portray migrants and refugees as an existential threat to Europe. Johansson is the European Commissioner for home affairs and she’d like to make migration a more normal issue. She’d also like to win the approval of all EU member states for a new proposal for a common asylum and migration poli…
 
What is happening with the fifth largest economy on planet earth? Jason Hartman talks about company incentives to leave San Francisco and past laws to protect the group, not the individual. How much will California's housing market change? Jason continues his interview with Leslie Appleton-Young as she shares data to support buyer/seller trends as …
 
Danny Dorling, Professor of Geography at the University of Oxford and David Rinaldi, FEPS Director of Studies & Policy Europe is a united continent despite its differences; some of the EU member states are about the better performing countries in terms of equality, others aren’t. Professor Dorling observes that economic prosperity is actually highe…
 
On 16 September 2020 Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, delivered her first State of the Union address before the European Parliament. In addition to looking back at the past year, she presented the priorities for the year ahead, focusing on initiatives such as the European Green Deal and the Digital Strategy. A conversatio…
 
In this episode of our pop-up series on the U.S. elections, hosted by Ryan Heath, we talk money — diving into why American elections are so expensive, and how 2020 is stacking up. You'll hear from Elena Schneider, a national political reporter at POLITICO; Democratic strategist Tim Lim; and from Ellen Weintraub, a commissioner on the Federal Electi…
 
Jason Hartman speaks about the trends that come from coasts, specifically California. Zillow shows 2 million renters will become homeowners, and U-Haul has metrics that lead us to believe that more people are leaving NYC. What does this mean for investors in stable, linear markets? Jason Hartman speaks with Leslie Appleton-Young, vice-president and…
 
Cammy Wilson is a new entrant sheep farming, having started out 5 years ago, Cammy has developed a simple grass based sheep system which allows him time away from the business to work as a contract shearer, social media influencer and part time policeman. This podcast focuses on Cammy’s system, mentoring and his experiences so far.…
 
As Damien returns to the European Parliament after the summer break Clare and Mick have a wide ranging discussion on security and defence issues in Brussels, taking in the arms lobby and security contractors, the EU cybersecurity strategy, the European Defence Fund and the European Peace Facility. Things are on the move everywhere, in Libya, Mali a…
 
Chris Heal and the Looseheadz team are joined by Callum Sheedy to kick off series two of the podcast. The Bristol fly-half discusses Semi Radradra, Pat Lam & his culture, player welfare, bins & stag do's and much more...! *Recorded before Bristol played Wasps on September 13th. Talking Rugby Union: Website - https://www.talkingrugbyunion.co.uk/ Twi…
 
IN THE PAPERS – Tuesday, 15.09.2020: With Israel set to sign a deal normalising ties with the UAE and Bahrain, Haaretz warns that it won't make the Palestinian conflict disappear. After Donald Trump's visit to assess California's wildfires, cartoonists rake him over the coals on climate change. A nurse at an ICE detention center comes forward with …
 
Josh Rudolph, of the Alliance for Securing Democracy, joined us to discuss malign finance practices in Europe, how they have surged and globalized in recent years and what can be done to curb these practices. The Europe Desk is a podcast from the BMW Center for German and European Studies at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. It brings togeth…
 
Jason Hartman shares figures from Zillow about the 2 million people that are now shopping for a home. This is another of many indicators about the mass migration of the 2020s. Businesses have the option of hiring from outside their headquartered region allowing for employment from all parts of the world, not just those living in the high-density, c…
 
For the first time in nearly 20 years, California experienced rolling blackouts in August as record high temperatures placed unusual stress on the state’s electric power grid. The inconvenience to millions of Californians raised questions about the reliability of the grid as the state implements aggressive policies to reduce greenhouse gas emission…
 
Flashback Friday, Original Release Date: March 4, 2013 It is possible to illustrate complex financial concepts and Jason Hartman interviews author/artist, Carl Richards, who developed a way to do this and led to his book, The Behavior Gap: Simple Ways to Stop Doing Dumb Things with Money. Carl creates simple sketches that help people understand fin…
 
Jason interviews Chairman of Whalen Global Advisors LLC, R. Christopher Whalen. Whalen speaks on location changes of people and businesses due to Coronavirus. Not only are business locations changing, but companies have been forced to move away from the “old way” of doing business and finally adapting to innovations in technology and communication.…
 
IN THE PAPERS - Friday, 11.09.2020: In addition to discussing feuding factions of feminism in French society (and the role cleavage may have in that), we discuss the French government's coronavirus plans for the coming weeks. We also look at the fires in the United States and the science behind why California's skies were so orange. We also talk 9/…
 
John Sinclair owns and runs Craigies Farm Shop just outside Edinburgh. It’s a family run business with pick your own fruit and veg as well as the shop and café. Due to Covid the shop and café initially had to close but John and his team quickly adapted to offer home delivery which has become an important new income. As things open up it has allowed…
 
Jason Hartman shares the news about 2 million renters moving to homeowner status, thanks to telecommuting and coronavirus. California is banning Halloween, and Facebook is deleting content and messages in this challenging year, which is 2020. Matt Faircloth, of DeRosa Group, and author of Raising Private Capital, joins Jason Hartman today to share …
 
Salma Bava, Professor and Jean Monnet Chair, Centre for European Studies, at J. Nehru University in New Delhi, and Hedwig Giusto, FEPS Senior Policy Advisor and editor-in-chief of the Progressive Post Ahead of the United Nations General Assembly and on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the UN, Salma Bava, Professor and Jean Monnet Chair, Cent…
 
A European Commission reshuffle, the European Parliament's decision to skip Strasbourg and new uproar over Brexit all feature in this episode — alongside our interview guest Nick Pickles, Twitter's global policy strategist. POLITICO's Andrew Gray, Rym Momtaz, Matt Karnitschnig and Bjarke Smith-Meyer unpack Ursula von der Leyen's rejig of her top te…
 
IN THE PAPERS - Thursday, September 10: We look at reactions in the papers to Donald Trump admitting that he deliberately misled the US public over coronavirus so as not to create panic. Also, Nafissatou Diallo, the New York hotel maid who accused Dominique Strauss-Kahn of raping her in 2011, breaks her silence over the scandal. In France, a new pe…
 
Jason Hartman and investment counselor, Adam, talk about the comparison of where you want to live before, during, and post-pandemic. Adam shares a few charts from various sources like Redfin that paint the picture of the shift back to suburbs. Jason takes us through a history lesson of manias proving time and again that one should become your own b…
 
The following podcast is a feature of “Constitution Day 2020” at South Georgia State College. As a result of the pandemic, the different elements of the event are presented in a manner consistent with safety and social distancing. The South Georgia College website (http://www.sgsc.edu) contains a webpage with more information on the displays for Co…
 
Jason Hartman speaks with Leslie Appleton-Young, vice-president and chief economist for the California Association of Realtors. Leslie brings several charts and graphs to the conversation to share some staggering movement in California's real estate. In January, 2020 was shaping up to be a knock out year, but due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we are…
 
This is part of a special feature of the Sound of Economics reporting highlights from Bruegel Annual Meetings, which happened between 1 and 3 September 2020. Usually physically gathering hundreds of people in Brussels every year, the Annual Meetings are the flagship event of Bruegel. This year, due to the pandemic, we held the event entirely online…
 
IN THE PAPERS - Wednesday, September 9: We look at the Indian and Chinese papers after shots were fired across their disputed border for the first time in 45 years. Also, The New York Times reveals video testimony from two Myanmar soldiers which exposes the army's slaughter of ethnic Muslim Rohingya. Plus, the creator of gender-reveal parties begs …
 
And what are the perils of starting anew? --- Written and performed by Felix Trench. Produced by Zachary Fortais-Gomm. Torvald: Linus Karp. Meet the listeners. Keep us going. Music Advent Chamber Orchestra - Corelli Concerto Grosso G Minor Kevin McLeod - Beach Party Purple Planet - Nitro Charge Kevin McLeod - Aquarium Purple Planet - Playdate Purpl…
 
Taxes, taxes, taxes! Jason Hartman talks about potential tax changes, Trump vs. Biden. If you propose tax changes for income, small business, or big business, how can you justify those astronomical changes? George Gammon returns for part two, a discussion on macroeconomic trends. George and Jason discuss some ideas that the Fed may not want the com…
 
On this episode of our pop-up series on the U.S. elections, hosted by Ryan Heath, we explore the polarization of American politics and ask one simple question: Why has this happened? You'll hear from Kristen Soltis Anderson, political pollster and co-founder of research firm Echelon Insights, as well as POLITICO's Tim Alberta, who's been covering t…
 
IN THE PAPERS - Tuesday, September 8: We look at reactions to the Saudi court decision to hand down prison sentences to eight people involved in journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder in 2018. Also, we look at why Disney's latest live-action remake of "Mulan" is proving controversial on so many levels. Plus, France play Croatia in the Nations League f…
 
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