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This podcast dissects critical issues underpinning China’s emergence as a global power. Hosted by Bonnie S. Glaser director of the CSIS China Power Project.
From the team that brought you the satirical TV news show China Uncensored comes a...well...less scripted look at China. Chris Chappell and his team are off the teleprompter and on the mic to interview China experts, or discuss the issues of the day. And frankly, anything else they feel like discussing.
The South China Morning Post political economy team analyse the latest economic data from China, delve deep into the ongoing US-China trade and tech war, and examine China's changing economic relationship with Europe, Africa and the Indo-Pacific. Hear deep background on Beijing's political machinations and how they affect policy and its global diplomacy.
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Visiting Foreign Minister Wang Yi says China is willing to work with Greece to promote high-quality development of the Belt and Road Initiative.
Before he leaves the country, the president is also expected to make economic remarks from the White House.By NPR
Cavuto was on-air again this week after battling a breakthrough COVID-19 infection. He opened up about the harassment he's received since advocating for COVID-19 vaccines.By NPR
Here's why the 19th-century French comic opera and its famous can-can music is perfect music for Halloween 2021.By NPR
According to their findings, Vikings sailed to Newfoundland about 1,000 years ago.By NPR
Congress is hosting a hearing with big oil CEOs for the first time about whether they mislead the public about climate change to delay action.By NPR
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley called China's test a "very concerning" development.By NPR
On Nov. 1, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear challenges to Texas' new law banning abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.By NPR
The U.S. is the only developed country that does not offer national paid family leave.By NPR
Immigration arrests plummet under Joe Biden, the government issues the first gender-neutral passport in US history, polls show more Americans worried about inflation than the pandemic, cigarette sales rise for the first time in 20 years. Plus, Bill's Message of the Day, canceling Halloween. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adcho…
Robert Costa's book Peril, which he co-wrote with Bob Woodward, goes inside Trump's war room on the eve of the Jan. 6 insurrection. Costa says the 2024 election could trigger a constitutional crisis.By Terry Gross
It does not include progressive priorities like paid family leave or measures to lower the costs of prescription drugs. Still, President Biden thinks it would pass both chambers.By NPR
It does not include progressive priorities like paid family leave or measures to lower the costs of prescription drugs. Still, President Biden thinks it would pass both chambers.By Deirdre Walsh
The race for Governor of Virginia may be the most important political contest of the year. We look at Virginia’s governor’s race and what it says about the political parties – and where the country’s heading.By NPR
In this episode of the Janes podcast, Tim Marshall, journalist and author of The Power of Geography, in conversation with Terry Pattar, examine how our politics, demographics, economies and societies are determined by geography and how defence intelligence analysts can learn from this. Tim Marshall wrote the international best selling book Prisoner…
The Chicago City Council voted Wednesday on a budget that includes a guaranteed income program. The one-year pilot will distribute $500 monthly cash payments to 5,000 low-income Chicagoans.By Esther Yoon-Ji Kang
The Chicago City Council voted Wednesday on a budget that includes a guaranteed income program. The one-year pilot will distribute $500 monthly cash payments to 5,000 low-income Chicagoans.By KUOW Staff
NPR's A Martínez talks to Carroll Muffett, president and CEO of the Center for International Environmental Law, about President Biden's involvement in next week's COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.By KUOW Staff
NPR's A Martínez talks to Carroll Muffett, president and CEO of the Center for International Environmental Law, about President Biden's involvement in next week's COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.By NPR
President Biden leaves Washington to attend the G-20 in Rome and the U.N. climate summit in Glasgow. But will he have progress to show at home on his priorities, as Democrats try to hash out a deal?By NPR
President Biden leaves Washington to attend the G-20 in Rome and the U.N. climate summit in Glasgow. But will he have progress to show at home on his priorities, as Democrats try to hash out a deal?By A Martinez
① China firmly opposes military contacts between U.S., Taiwan region. ② Greece attaches great importance to developing relations with China: PM. ③ The U.S. is set to appeal the U.K.'s refusal to permit Assange extradition.
There's a catch: Domestic travelers don't get to choose where they go — the routes are random. They include cities like Okinawa and Sapporo. More than 3,000 flights have been sold since August.By NPR
There's a catch: Domestic travelers don't get to choose where they go — the routes are random. They include cities like Okinawa and Sapporo. More than 3,000 flights have been sold since August.By KUOW Staff
The high-stakes meeting between Pope Francis and President Joe Biden. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Bill O'Reilly
In the coming days, a trial will begin to determine whether the fatal shooting of Amaud Arbery, an unarmed Black man, by two armed white men is considered murder under Georgia state law. Today, we explore why that may be a difficult case for prosecutors to make. Guest: Richard Fausset, a correspondent based in Atlanta who writes about the American …
The villa in Rome will be auctioned at a starting price of $547 million in January. Inside the villa is the world's only ceiling mural by the Italian painter Caravaggio.By KUOW Staff
President Biden is heading to Rome today for the G20 summit. It will be the first time most of the world's largest economies will meet in person since the pandemic began. Plus, a new law makes it harder to hide money in art. And, debate over the right-to-die movement in Latin America. Guests: Axios' Zach Basu and Kate Marino; Telemundo News reporte…
Biden is about to leave on a five-day trip to Europe. Data is expected to show the U.S. economy has slowed. Parole in Washington, D.C. is adjudicated by a federal commission and that's created issues.By A Martinez
There are plans to open the U.K.'s first new coal mine in three decades — just as the government is trying to tout its environmental record as host of the U.N.'s climate meeting.By NPR
Thomas Gainsborough's 18th century painting Blue Boy inspired 21st century painter Kehinde Wiley, and they're being shown across from each other at the Huntington Art Museum near Los Angeles.By Susan Stamberg
Former Chicago Blackhawks player Kyle Beach has come forward as the person who filed a lawsuit against the hockey team after his sexual assault allegations were mishandled a decade ago.By Tom Goldman
What is the relationship between civil liberty and economic liberty? Join FFF president Jacob G. Hornberger and Citadel professor Richard M. Ebeling as they the examine inextricable bonds that makes the one impossible without the other. Please subscribe to our email newsletter FFF Daily here.
Dilek Kurban’s Limits of Supranational Justice: The European Court of Human Rights and Turkey's Kurdish Conflict (Cambridge UP, 2020) considers the European Court of Human Rights’ (ECtHR) engagement with Turkey’s ongoing Kurdish conflict. Tracing the legal mobilization of Kurdish people alongside legal and political histories, Kurban’s work highlig…
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Federal officials were being warned about the situation in Afghanistan many months before the crisis unfolded, according to leaked emails obtained by The Fifth Estate. Gillian Findlay tells us more.
The Vatican says Pope Francis has agreed to visit Canada and meet with Indigenous leaders, but it's not clear if he will offer an apology for the church's role in residential schools. Matt Galloway talks to Evelyn Korkmaz, a survivor of the St. Anne's Indian Residential School in Fort Albany, Ont.; and Lynne Groulx, CEO of the Native Women's Associ…
Despite a global push to phase out coal, people like German farmer Norbert Winzen are being asked to leave their homes to make room for more coal production. He tells us what that's like. We also discuss the stumbling blocks to moving away from coal with Binnu Jeyakumar, director of clean energy at the Pembina Institute; and talk about the 'energy …
Are you ready, player one? A change is coming, promising to transform the web into the “metaverse”. SCMP tech desk reporters Xinmei Shen and Josh Ye analyse what it means, and why the likes of Facebook as well as China’s major tech giants, game developers and investors are all focused on a change some believe will be as big as the arrival of the Wo…
Tonight’s rundown: President Biden to meet with the Pope This will be the most expensive Thanksgiving ever FDA Advisers back Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine for Children United Airlines is losing $1.4 million every two weeks by placing unvaccinated pilots on paid leave Why Prince might be getting the Congressional Medal of Honor This Day In Histor…
The Chinese premier says the ASEAN+3 partners should make good use of cooperation and experience in crisis response to boost recovery and safeguard regional stability. The German hockey team is looking to build on its success from the last winter Olympics. And Iran says talks on the nuclear deal with world powers should resume by the end of next mo…
Following the shooting on the set of Rust, NPR's Sarah McCammon talks with Maryann Gray, founder of Accidental Impacts, a support group for people who have caused accidental deaths or injury.By NPR
On today's episode, our hosts discuss a new proposal from Democrats to tax the unrealized capital gains of billionaires. Is it constitutional? Plus, Taiwan and “strategic ambiguity,” the Facebook files, and who will Virginia elect as governor next week? Show Notes: -The Dispatch: “Washington Should Deter an Attack on Taiwan” -Wall Street Journal “T…
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Adrian Ma of the Planet Money podcast about the "billionaire tax" being proposed by Democrats to help fund the Build Back Better legislation.By NPR
Oakland, Calif., is getting its first Indigenous restaurant in November, which will serve items like bison blueberry sausage and venison meatballs.By NPR
Although spiders are sometimes thought of as being creepy crawly animals, new evidence suggests some get scared and assess danger in almost the same way as humans.By NPR
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with economist Austan Goolsbee about what it will take for the U.S. to recover from the unique economic challenges posed by the pandemic.By NPR
Brazil's Senate accused President Jair Bolsonaro of crimes against humanity for his handling of the pandemic. It has asked state prosecutors to indict him, though that is unlikely to happen.By NPR