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195 countries. 7.8 billion people. 8.7 million species. 7117 languages. 1 planet. In the eye of this perfect storm, some people face the challenge to lead, to bridge differences, to unite the willing, and build our common future. We talk to those whose job it is to conduct the greatest orchestra of our time. Hosted by The Centre for Multilateral Negotiations. Visit us at: cemune.org
 
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Peterson Institute for International Economics

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Soumaya Keynes (The Economist) and Chad P. Bown (Peterson Institute for International Economics) cohost a podcast about the economics of international trade and policy. From trade wars to trade deals, this podcast covers trade developments with insights and economic analysis from two of the world's top trade geeks.
 
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CSIS Global Health Policy Center | Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Take as Directed is the podcast series of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center. It highlights important news, events, issues, and perspectives in global health policy, particularly in infectious disease, health security, and maternal, newborn, and child health. The podcast brings you commentary and perspectives from some of the leading voices in global health and CSIS Global Health Policy Center in-house experts
 
The Public Health Insight Podcast is a roundtable conversational style podcast hosted by a diverse team of public health professionals. Ranked 7th on the ‘Top 15 Public Health Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021’, the podcast highlights a variety of different public health issues by facilitating informative conversations to inspire community action. To date, the podcast has featured high profile guests in the field of public health and global health, and has built an audience in more than 1,500 ...
 
The International Association of Privacy Professionals is the largest and most comprehensive global information privacy community and resource, helping practitioners develop and advance their careers and organizations manage and protect their data. More than just a professional association, the IAPP provides a home for privacy professionals around the world to gather, share experiences and enrich their knowledge. Founded in 2000, the IAPP is a not-for-profit association with more than 70,000 ...
 
How can we all help shape better policies for better lives? OECD Podcasts bring you insightful interviews with experts and well-known personalities on such pressing challenges as inequality and inclusive growth, the economy, jobs, the digital transformation, climate change, the environment, education, healthcare, tax, trade, international co-operation, and more. NOTE: All podcasts express the opinions of the interview subjects and do not necessarily represent the official views of OECD membe ...
 
LBTY is a community driven investigative, informative and educational den.social exclusive magazine, covering socioeconomic and international affairs. LBTY Lair subscribers write and debate on topics and can share their preferred solutions based on opinions or expertise. Political science, global affairs, international relations, global socioeconomic catastrophes. Right for revolution, individual liberty, freedom, sovereignty, equality, and inclusion. Brought to you through education, inform ...
 
The United Nations is a complicated place so this podcast from hosts Sinduja Srinivasan and Jason DeWall for UN News - one insider, one outsider - aims to change all that. They demystify the UN through compelling interviews and stories making the world body more accessible and straightforward.
 
STRATEGIKON is the podcast of SAGE International (SAGE), an Adelaide-based private think-tank specialising in the analysis of foreign policy, international and national security issues in Australia's 'defence state' of South Australia. Est. in 2015 STRATEGIKON is hosted by SAGE Founder/CEO Dr. John Bruni, long-time media commentator on national security issues & co-hosted by SAGE colleague, David J. Olney. STRATEGIKON is produced by Tim Whiffen of Whimsy Productions, who is also ‘the asker o ...
 
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While China has dramatically curtailed its bilateral development financing in Africa and other regions around the world, Beijing is increasing its engagement in multilateral and regional development banks around the world, including the African Development Bank among others. This points to an important, yet little understood trend about China's gro…
 
In the final episode of the Global Futures podcast, we look back at 10 years of the Global Governance Futures (GGF) program and talk with some of our alumni about their experiences and insights gained through the multilateral dialogues forum. We asked: What were their highest hopes for the program when they started? What had attracted them to GGF a…
 
Medical technology and precision medicine have come a long way, and many people assume that the process of researching, discovering, and producing new drugs has never been easier. What if you learned that the last entirely original class of antibiotic was discovered in the late 1980s? In this episode of the Public Health Insight Podcast, Mr. Schach…
 
As thousands of people ascended into Glasgow to attend COP26, young people fought to have their voices heard. But beyond COP how do we ensure youth have a seat at the climate table not just now but always? For the month of November, #NextPagePod has gone green in support of COP26. So far we've featured conversations exploring climate issues, youth …
 
In this episode of Truth Hurts, Monika Queisser speaks with Bert Groen, a former police officer turned activist in the fight against gender-based violence in the Netherlands. He shares his experiences in dealing with violence against women, explains how the police force and the justice system more broadly can better help survivors of domestic viole…
 
Cybersecurity is inextricably connected to privacy in countless ways. Like privacy law and regulation in the U.S., cybersecurity stands on a patchwork quilt of rules, laws, regulations and court cases. Stanford Cyber Policy Center Senior Policy Advisor Jim Dempsey has been teaching cybersecurity law since 2015 and worked in the area for decades, wh…
 
Dr. Taison Bell, MD, an acclaimed African-American doctor, educator, and emergency medicine director in Charlottesville, Virginia, shares his personal story of how medicine – back home in Virginia – became the center of his life. “Success was not assumed in my neighborhood.” As a child with asthma, he connected with his physician, as he did also wi…
 
Trade issues are widely expected to top the agenda at next week's Forum on China-Africa Cooperation ministerial conference in Dakar. African countries will be looking for China to further widen its market to agricultural and processed raw materials and China is seeking ways to reduce the gaping trade surpluses that it currently maintains with most …
 
It is more important now than ever that people are able to speak with colleagues, friends, family, and the general public about controversial topics, but how do we create a safe space to have those conversations? In this episode of the Public Health Insight Podcast, Dr. Thomson, Veterinarian, Educator, Science Policy Advisor, and the Founder of One…
 
With policymakers needing scientific evidence to guide their decisions on topics such as public health and the climate, how do we ensure science makes its way into policy? For the month of November, #NextPagePod is going green in support of COP26. We will feature conversations exploring climate issues, youth activism, explore the science behind the…
 
This year's Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) conference will take place amid considerable uncertainty in the global economy and profound economic changes underway in China. As such, it's widely expected that the outputs from the upcoming forum will be very different from previous FOCACs. Gone will be the large mega-loans to build massive i…
 
System upgrade: Delivering the digital dividend Our report explores how advanced digitalisation has affected the economies where we invest.The digitalisation process is destined to continue and will remain one of the key forces shaping developments around the world – including in the EBRD regions. It is therefore quite fitting that this year’s Tran…
 
We asked Cary Funk, Pew Research Center, to make sense of how the pandemic has impacted our society and American opinion as we approach the pandemic’s two years. “It can be confusing.” Polarization now increasingly aligns between the vaccinated versus the unvaccinated, versus simple partisan identity. At the fundamental level, Americans are split o…
 
In these contentious times, China is often accused of exporting its statist economic model to Africa and other developing regions as part of a broader ideological agenda to create a new Sinocentric international order. But Tsinghua University Professor Tang Xiaoyang argues in his new book published earlier this year that interpretation is a gross m…
 
What if you learned the real story of the woman behind the development of mRNA vaccine technology and realized it wasn’t as straightforward of a journey as you previously thought? In this episode of the Public Health Insight Podcast, Dr. Thomson, Veterinarian, Educator, Science Policy Advisor, and the Founder of One Health Lessons, remains to share…
 
For the month of November, #NextPagePod is going green in support of COP26. We will feature conversations exploring climate issues, youth activism, explore the science behind the policy and of course talk about what role multilateralism plays in the future of our planet. In this episode, we invite you to ask yourself what water means to you and wha…
 
Technology is expected to be one of the main pillars of discussion at the upcoming Forum on China-Africa Cooperation conference that will take place in Dakar at the end of the month. And the stakes for both sides are very high. With its access to markets in the Global North contracting as more governments impose barriers on Chinese technology produ…
 
Today, there are an estimated 10 million stateless people in the world. They either had to flee their country or have been denied citizenship. Without a passport or ID, they don’t have access to healthcare services, cannot vote or participate politically, cannot travel, drive or open a bank account. In sum, they are invisible and excluded from soci…
 
From September 17-October 1, Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg created the largest participatory art installation on the Washington National Mall since the AIDS quilt of 1996, entitled ‘In America: Remember,’ composed of 700,000 white flags, in the shadow of the Washington Monument. A stunning achievement. Listen to her reflections on listening to those …
 
Science communication is a term that has been at the forefront of public discourse as of recently, but what does it even mean? Is it more of an art or is it more for science? In this episode of the Public Health Insight Podcast, Dr. Deborah Thomson, Veterinarian, Educator, Science Policy Advisor, and the Founder of One Health Lessons, joins us to t…
 
Allan and Darren cannot resist focusing on the escalated and seemingly personal spat between Australian PM Scott Morrison and French President Emmanuel Macron over Australia’s cancellation of the French submarine contract, then followed by the launch of AUKUS. During Morrison's recent international trip, Macron called him a liar, to which the Austr…
 
[PLEASE NOTE THAT FROM TIME TO TIME THERE IS SOME AUDIO STATIC THAT APPEARS INTERMITTENTLY DURING SOME OF JOANNA'S ANSWERS. IT DOESN'T LAST LONG AND WE TRIED TO MINIMIZE IT AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. OUR APOLOGIES FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.] Public perceptions of China vary markedly depending on where you live in the world. In wealthy advanced economies in t…
 
Dr. Richard Brennan, WHO Emergency Operations, sat down this week with Steve and Professor Leonard Rubenstein, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Rick has been at the very center of urgent efforts, following the Taliban’s coming to power in mid-August, to avoid the collapse of Afghanistan’s health system, through fast-moving negotiati…
 
In the run-up to Forum on China-Africa Cooperation conference that will take place later this month in Dakar, CAP is speaking with a wide spectrum of activists, analysts, and other thought leaders about what they think should be on the agenda when Chinese and African ministers convene. This week, Mikaela Nhondo Erskog, a researcher at the Tricontin…
 
Nous sommes heureux d’accueillir pour cet épisode l’Ambassadeur et Représentant de la Mission permanente de la République du Cameroun auprès de l'Office des Nations Unies et des autres organisations internationales à Genève, Monsieur Salomon EHETH. Il est rejoint par notre Directeur, Francesco Pisano, dans le studio pour une conversation fascinante…
 
This week Eric & Cobus discuss the Chinese response to the military coup in Sudan and how it differs from Beijing's reaction to September's coup in Guinea. Plus, Cobus explains why he's not optimistic about the outcomes for developing countries from the upcoming Glasgow climate summit and should African countries expect much regarding debt relief f…
 
In the second half of their conversation arising out of the US National Intelligence Council publication “Global Trends 2040: A More Contested World”, Allan and Darren, along with guests Heather Smith and Katherine Mansted, turn to remaining sections. Section 2 of the report concerns “emerging dynamics”, and asks how the structural forces outlined …
 
The OECD, in partnership with IBM, recently conducted a social media poll, asking young people about how well prepared they feel to join the world of work, how confident they are about their future paths and what concerns them about education and jobs in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, the OECD’s Anthony Mann and IBM’s Lydia Log…
 
Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo has emerged as a forceful expert voice making sense of the complex and times confusing, shifting shoals of the pandemic. ”All of us have had to step into this sphere,” filling “a power vacuum.” It has however been chaotic. Public communication is essential “to move the needle” but the experience can be “tough.” Vocal experts are …
 
China-Africa trade figures for the first eight months of the year are in and they look solid. So good, in fact, that the two sides appear on track to surpass last year's $187 billion in two-way trade. But those big numbers conceal some deeper problems, everything ranging from the large trade deficits in most African countries to high levels of debt…
 
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