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Dive past the headlines in Israel-Palestine to explore the issues and stories other outlets tend to ignore with +972 Magazine writers and local activists, politicians, and experts. +972 Magazine is owned and operated by a group of Israeli and Palestinian journalists, providing fresh, in-depth reporting and analysis directly from the ground in Israel-Palestine. The magazine is committed to human rights, democracy, and freedom of information, and actively opposes the Israeli occupation.
 
Get an edge with the Hidden Forces podcast. Media entrepreneur and financial analyst Demetri Kofinas uses a financial and cultural lens to help you draw meaningful connections, challenge consensus narratives, and formulate solutions to complex problems—empowering you to make smarter decisions.
 
History! The most exciting and important things that have ever happened on the planet! Featuring reports from the weird and wonderful places around the world where history has been made and interviews with some of the best historians writing today. Dan also covers some of the major anniversaries as they pass by and explores the deep history behind today's headlines - giving you the context to understand what is going on today.
 
Risky Business is a weekly information security podcast featuring news and in-depth interviews with industry luminaries. Launched in February 2007, Risky Business is a must-listen digest for information security pros. With a running time of approximately 50-60 minutes, Risky Business is pacy; a security podcast without the waffle.
 
Behind every news headline, there’s another, deeper story. It’s a story about power. In Deep Background, Harvard Law School professor and Bloomberg View columnist Noah Feldman will bring together a cross-section of expert guests to explore the historical, scientific, legal, and cultural context that help us understand what’s really going on behind the biggest stories in the news.iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
 
Cosmopod is the official podcast of Cosmonaut Magazine, a project dedicated to expanding the project of scientific socialism in the 21st Century. In our feed we have a combination of podcast episodes and audio articles from our website.
 
A bi-monthly non-partisan podcast brought to you by Geopolitical Futures, an online publication founded by internationally recognized geopolitical forecaster George Friedman. Geopolitical Futures tells you what matters in international affairs and what doesn’t. Go to https://geopoliticalfutures.com/podcast for details.
 
The Munk Debates podcast is an extension of the main stage events - in subject, speaker selection, tone and format. It will introduce the iconic brand - and its engaging debates about significant issues of our time. Audiences will hear strong and passionate arguments from both sides of an issue so they will have enough information to make up their own minds about where they stand.
 
Hamburger Generation (or as our parents call us – جيل الهمبرجر) is a podcast show full of light-hearted stories about the lives of 2nd generation Arab expats. Great Stories by Great Storytellers! “Hamburger Generation” or “جيل الهمبرجر” is a term coined by Arab elders to describe today’s spoiled and westernized Arab youth. We chose to embrace the term with humor as it playfully describes the Arab millennials. Brought to you by Jamil Adas & Isra Abu Zayed. Happy Listening Burgers!
 
Us Among the Israelis is an engaging, insightful, and totally unexpected look at what it’s like to live in the world’s most interesting country. From getting used to living in a country where everyone serves in the army to making peace with customer service in a country where no one ever stands in line, Carrie Keller-Lynn and Aliza Landes, two American immigrants to Israel, explore the mysteries, frustrations, and joys of life in Israel.
 
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Want to create a stronger connection with the land of Israel? Israeli music will bring you closer to Israel than ever before. For more than 25 years, Josh Shron's Israel Hour Radio has presented the very best in Israeli music - with news, discussion and FUN in English! Tune in each week for a front row seat to the latest in Israeli culture, and connect with others who share your passion for Israel!
 
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Years ago, US diplomats in Cuba accused the Cuban government of using a high-tech mystery weapon to give them slight headaches. Now the story has resurfaced and this time they’re accusing the Russians of the same thing. Lee Camp reviews the corporate media’s collective freakout over the sci-fi conspiracy theory. They see what they’re calling “Havan…
 
Presenting: This Week Unpacked. Unpacking Israeli History is all about excavating the past, but my colleagues at Unpacked have been working on a new podcast, one that I think will really complement this one. Each week, my colleagues Sara and Avi will be diving deep into something going on in the contemporary Jewish and Israeli world (and in only 15…
 
Why are Israelis so outdoorsy? What roles do Israel's pioneer roots and citizens' army play in outdoor culture? And how does outdoor culture interact with larger dynamics in Israeli society, such as gender? Carrie and Aliza speak with survivalist Maayan Berkovits, who specializes in building women and girls' confidence in the outdoors, to understan…
 
Hard-line nationalist Israelis have been marching through parts of East Jerusalem to mark the annexation of the area by Israel more than 50 years ago. We hear from a minister in the coalition on what he makes of the march and what to expect from an Israel under new management.Also on the programme: the longest Arctic expedition produces one of the …
 
May 2021 was an interesting month in Israel, full of highs and lows. It began with a general feeling of hope, with most Coronavirus restrictions lifted and life getting back to normal. However, the celebratory mood quickly turned to one of fear, with 4,000 rockets raining down on Israeli cities. Israelis left the streets once again and huddled in b…
 
Our guest is Avner Gvaryahu, a former Israeli soldier. Today, he is the executive director of Breaking the Silence, an organisation of more than 1,000 veteran Israeli soldiers who are blowing the lid off the IDF's actions against Palestinians. He tells us his story and what price he has had to pay for speaking out.…
 
Even as the State of Israel appears poised to usher in a new era of politics, this week on Times Will Tell we are looking back at the prime minister who, in 1977, caused the original “Mahapach” or “Upheaval” -- Menachem Begin. We’re speaking with director Jonathan Gruber, whose English-language film about Begin, “Upheaval,” opened this week. Gruber…
 
Journalist Aaron Mate and Professor Mohammad Marandi continue talking about the trip they took to Syria, after a decade of Western proxy war. We also discuss the OPCW cover-up of so-called "chemical attacks," as well as the role of Israel in the war, and Palestinian resistance to its brutal bombing and blockade of Gaza. We address the political sit…
 
President Biden and President Putin met for the first time this week in Geneva and Fareed asks Andrey Kortunov, director general of the Russian International Affairs Council, about the state of U.S.-Russian relations and how cyberattacks are impacting the relationship. A low turnout election in Iran has secured a presidential win for hardliner Ebra…
 
Talks about reviving the Iran nuclear deal have been taking place in Vienna following the election of Ebrahim Raisi in Friday's presidential vote. Iran's chief nuclear negotiator said that Tehran and six world powers have moved closer to reviving the 2015 nuclear agreement.Also in the programme: Parliamentary elections take place in Ethiopia on Mon…
 
Big politics is still primarily the realm of alpha males, especially when it comes to interactions between Russia and the United States, which have thousands of nuclear-tipped rockets pointed at one another. But at this week’s bilateral summit in Geneva, Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden seemed to have put macho politics aside and even agreed that they …
 
The 1960s and early 1970s saw civil unrest and violence in the United States on a scale not seen since the civil war between black residents and the police but was this simply rioting or a revolution? Dan is joined by Elizabeth Hinton associate professor of history, African American studies, and law at Yale University and Yale Law School. She ​argu…
 
Ebrahim Raisi promises to lead a government that will fight corruption following his victory in an election that was widely seen as engineered in his favour.Mr Raisi is a hard-line cleric. Voter turnout was the lowest ever in an Iranian presidential election.Also in the programme: US Catholic bishops get political; and why Mozart's music might ease…
 
Iran's president-elect, the hardline cleric, Ebrahim Raisi, has expressed his gratitude to the Iranian people for his election victory, thanking them for trusting him. After meeting the outgoing president, Hassan Rouhani, he said his incoming government would do their best to serve Iran's citizens. Also in the programme: the UN special envoy on Mya…
 
In the evening of 20 April 2010 disaster struck at the Deepwater Horizon oil rig when a blowout caused by a surge in methane gas from the oil well exploded engulfing the platform. For the next 87 days, BP engineers tried to staunch the flow of crude oil gushing out of the well on the ocean floor. An estimated 184 million gallons were spilt, 18 time…
 
New video shows Trump supporter taunting, stalking, punching law enforcement outside United States capitol on January 6; The GOP claims FBI behind insurrection; Pence heckled, called "Traitor" at conservative religious conference; Biden marks 300 million covid doses administered in United States but warns unvaccinated people at risk from new varian…
 
A superstar line-up chooses an African American spy from American history. Harriet Tubman, Ralph Bunche and Willie Merkerson Jr. are introduced, before we have a discussion about African Americans and the American experience. Our guests are Mel Gamble, a former CIA Chief of the Africa Division and Senior Intelligence officer; Reuben E. Brigety II, …
 
From the sunny shores of Carbis Bay in Cornwall, world leaders gathered last week for the three-day G7 summit. Pledges were made and deals were struck on everything from the pandemic to the environment. Boris Johnson had his first face-to-face meeting with Joe Biden to sign the Atlantic Charter 2.0 and ‘Sausage Wars’ broke out as Brexit dominated t…
 
Iran has voted for a new president and BBC Persian Service presenter, Rana Rahimpour, hears from different women in conversation on what life is like in the country. Three young women, including one 17-year-old, join Rana to discuss their fears, frustrations and hopes for the future. A pharmacist and doctor share their experiences in two hospitals …
 
President Joe Biden wants to make sure the media knows he is no longer calling China’s president, Xi Jinping, his friend during the G7 Summit. Mr. Biden holds his post Putin summit press conference and gets annoyed with CNN's Kaitlin Collins. Did Joe admit he misled the media when he called the meeting "constructive" bring you the details.Is access…
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Prof. Peter Kuznick, co-author of Showtime’s 10-part series ‘The Untold History of The United States’, directed by Oliver Stone. He discusses Biden’s remarks about what the world would do if the US interfered blatantly in foreign elections, the US’ history of interfering in elections and engaging in…
 
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the last stages of the global fiat regime as young people decide they’d rather stay home than work. There is no meritocracy only cantillionaires and oligarchs and so, in China, they have their own: the ‘lie flat’ movement. In the second half, Max chats to Carliño about Bitcoin Lake in Guat…
 
Just days after NATO’s announcement that it would be ramping up its efforts to combat China, Russia has claimed that Ukraine’s membership of the bloc would be a “red line.” Boom Bust’s Ben Swann joins the program to discuss the potential fallout from such a move and how the bloc is funded among its members.Then we turn to the United Kingdom, where …
 
President Biden’s budget proposal would cost taxpayers a whopping $6 trillion. Some are calling it the New Deal 2.0, but is pumping federal dollars a surefire way to get the economy back on track? Professor and economist Richard Wolff weighs in on whether record-high government spending can offset a mass exodus of service workers across the country…
 
Mary, Queen of Scots, returned to the news headlines when the rosary she carried to her execution in 1587, was recently stolen from Arundel Castle. It's the latest chapter in the enduring story of this highly romanticised figure. Mary reigned over Scotland for just over 24 years between December 1542 until her forced abdication. Considered the legi…
 
Medicaid reform is one of the most complicated and misunderstood policy debates in America today. Luckily, we have Seema Verma to walk us through it. We cover everything you need to know about Medicaid, from its origins and purpose to how it's working today. We also discuss what it will take to build a modern health care system that brings better q…
 
Opposition groups view today's vote as an engineered victory for hardliner Ebrahim Raisi. He is one of four candidates who were approved by Iran's influential Guardian Council ahead of the poll. Also in the programme: how Ethiopia is preparing for elections amid internal conflict; and a new study suggests that the elusive coelacanth fish can live u…
 
Despite the economic devastation caused by the pandemic, millions of Americans are leaving their jobs. In April, some 4 million people quit, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. We explore what's pushing so many people to quit their jobs. And, a large sinkhole has been growing at a farm in Mexico since May. It's already swallowed a house, a…
 
It's a momentous day in the U.S. as a new holiday, Juneteenth, becomes official. In 1865 in Galveston, Texas, enslaved Black Americans learned of their freedom. Now, a new mural honors the day. Houston Public Media's Elizabeth Trovall has more. And, the pandemic and years of political and social unrest have changed parenting. Writer and parent Carv…
 
This is a sample of the Munk Members-Only Podcast. The program provides listeners with a focused, half-hour masterclass on the big issues, events and trends driving news and current events. The show features Janice Gross Stein, the founding director of the Munk School of Global Affairs and bestselling author, in conversation with Rudyard Griffiths,…
 
Dissidents and some reformists have called for a boycott, saying the barring of several contenders left Mr Raisi with no serious competition.Also in the programme: Japan's chief Covid-19 advisor said having no fans would be the least risky option, days before the organisers of the Tokyo Olympics decide whether to allow spectators into events; and w…
 
The raid of an outspoken pro-democracy newspaper, carried out under the city’s newish security law, has further spooked its media outlets. We ask what remains of press freedom. Our correspondent visits Europe’s and Africa’s largest slums to see how a grinding pandemic has affected their residents. And how Somaliland’s curious, silent camel-trading …
 
Host Simon Spungin is joined for an escapist episode by: Shany Littman, who talks about the soon-to-be-opened Culinary Institute of Israel and gastronomic appropriation; Shaina Oppenheimer tells us about an 18-year-old Black Israelite rapper from Dimona who faces deportation; and Adrian Hennigan on how Israel became the ‘television nation’ – and ho…
 
Just one week after adopting bitcoin as legal tender, El Salvador’s calls for assistance have been rejected by the IMF. Boom Bust’s Ben Swann and Christy Ai offer their opinions on the latest announcement from the IMF and give their forecasts on the real-world experiment unfolding in El Salvador. In the wake of the Fed’s decision on lending rates, …
 
Progressives skeptical over plans for slimmed down infrastructure proposal. Biden signs into law Juneteenth federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. Putin offers new praise of Biden a day after summit. New January 6 bodycam video made public for the first time. Supreme Court objects conservative challenge to Obamacare,…
 
Inadequate housing and overcrowding has exacerbated a COVID-19 outbreak in the northern Ontario Cree community of Kashechewan — but those issues date back years before the pandemic. We talk to Peter Lazarus, Kashechewan First Nation's housing director; and Dr. Sarah Funnell, founding director of the Centre for Indigenous Health Research and Educati…
 
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