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Sarde (noun), [Sa-r-de]: A colloquial term used in the Middle East to describe the act of letting go & kicking off a stream of consciousness and a rambling narrative. The Sarde After Dinner Podcast is a free space based out of the heart of Beirut, Lebanon, where Médéa Azouri & Mouin Jaber discuss a wide range of topics (usually) held behind closed doors in an open and simple way with guests from all walks of life. Have a Sarde every Sunday with new episodes released weekly at 8:00 PM GMT + 3
 
Hi, I'm Usif Musa, a young comic trying to figure the whole art form out while tackling the fears, failures and insecurities that come with such a pursuit. This podcast is more of a weekly diary that will highlight the life I'm still experiencing. I'm the son of first-generation asylees from Iraq. I'm Born in England but I've spent most of my childhood in Lebanon, specifically in a Hizbollah occupied territory called Dahieh (that's a terrorist group BTW). I'm still a young adult, and because ...
 
Ali El-Darsa in discussion with international artists. "Conversations" is a podcast focusing on contemporary art practices. Ali El-Darsa, born in Beirut, Lebanon, lives and works between Canada, Germany and Lebanon. He holds a Master of Visual Studies (MVS Studio) from Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Intermedia/Cyberarts from Concordia University, Montréal.
 
Weekly review of Armenian News from https://groong.org.Keeping up with news related to Armenia and Armenians can be challenging: the sheer volume of news in the past few years has increased greatly, and along with that volume, we’ve seen the rise of the “Fake News” phenomenon contributing to the erosion of trust in the news media.The diversity of languages used by the worldwide Armenian community also poses a challenge for Armenian news; there is a significant portion of news that originates ...
 
The Stratfor podcast from RANE is dedicated to succinct, clear conversations on geopolitics, world affairs, national security, economics and other underlying, global trends that drive the international system. As the world’s leading geopolitical intelligence platform, Stratfor Worldview from RANE brings global events into valuable perspective, empowering businesses, governments and individuals to more confidently navigate their way through an increasingly complex international environment.
 
Freedom Church is a contemporary church serving Lebanon, Boone County, and the northwest area of Indianapolis. Our purpose is to lead people into a new life of freedom in Jesus. If you would like to find out more about Freedom Church, visit our website at www.welcometofreedom.church
 
message of a fresh start ThePowerHouse is a show from the Pentecostal Power Church of the Apostolic Faith spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ through the messenger of God known as Bishop Charles E. Bennett, Sr. He expounds on the Word breaks down and clarifies what thus saith the Lord so that men and women might be saved Where Everybody is Somebody and CHRIST is ALL
 
True Story Tent is a Middle East-based initiative that brings people together to share and listen to true personal stories. Without the aid of notes, every storyteller stands in front of an audience and shares one true story from their life. In this podcast, we share some of our favorites and speak to the storytellers to get a deeper insight into their stories.
 
Alternative Frequencies | غيّر الموجة is a new bilingual podcast by the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies - a Beirut-based, independent, and non-profit research organization - dropping new episodes every Tuesday at 5PM (UTC+3). Recognizing a renewed interest in understanding the factors that led Lebanon into its overlapping crises, and wanting to discuss ways to move forward during these uncertain times, LCPS brings you informed 30-minute conversations with experts, scholars and activists o ...
 
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Last year's Beirut port explosion ... The roots of Lebanon's economic crisis ... Sectarianism and the dueling narratives of the Lebanese civil war ... Why did Hezbollah intervene in Syria? ... Rania: US policy in Syria helped lead to the rise of ISIS ... What if outside powers had stayed out of Syria? ... The effect of US sanctions on Syria ... How…
 
As Pastor Scott Miller continues to recuperate from surgery, we have the opportunity to hear some less-familiar voices from the pulpit. This week, the Rev. Don Cook shares reflections on the 3rd chapter of the Epistle to the Ephesians, on the theme of being filled with all the fullness of God. Scripture reading: Ephesians 3:14-21 The Rev. Don Cook,…
 
In this Essential Geopolitics podcast, the topic is Lebanon. The country has been in crisis - both financially and socially for some time. What exactly is going on? Emily Hawthorne, Stratfor Senior Middle East and North Africa Analyst at RANE, says that the governmental paralysis is compounding an event that outside watchers call deeply concerning …
 
Lebanon is struggling with severe electricity and water shortages after two of the country’s main power plants ran out of fuel. This is only the latest manifestation of a financial and political crisis that shows little sign of ending. Lebanon’s government is bankrupt, has defaulted on its international debt, and has failed to take the measures req…
 
Unblocking The South Caucasus, Fact or Fiction? A conversation with Areg Danagoulian and Emil Sanamyan Recording of live Clubhouse conversation As part of the November 9th Agreement, Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed to a number of points, one of which was the unblocking of all transportation routes in the region and opening unfettered access between A…
 
Calls for a Commission to Analyze the Defeat in the 2020 Artsakh War A Conversation with Dr. Simon Saradzhyan, Arthur G. Martirosyan, and Tevan Poghosyan The disastrous outcome of the 2020 War in Artsakh has left Armenians in Armenia and around the world with many unanswered questions. Many long-time held beliefs about the capability of Armenia to …
 
Mickey protests the sexualization of Bloggingheads ... The tribal response to Simone Biles' troubles ... Mickey: The left puts too much blame on unvaccinated Trumpers ... Bob campaigns for vaccine czar ... How should Biden talk about the Delta variant? ... Who can beat Trump in 2024? ... JD Vance really wants you to have kids ... Bob wants to get r…
 
Mickey protests the sexualization of Bloggingheads ... The tribal response to Simone Biles' troubles ... Mickey: The left puts too much blame on unvaccinated Trumpers ... Bob campaigns for vaccine czar ... How should Biden talk about the Delta variant? ... Who can beat Trump in 2024? ... JD Vance really wants you to have kids ... Bob wants to get r…
 
50 years ago, the Turkish government closed the doors of Halki Seminary, an institution that served as the main school of theology for the Ecumenical Patriarchate, thus depriving the Ecumenical Patriarchate the ability to train Orthodox clergy in its historic home. In the decades since, the Hellenic community, religious freedom and human rights adv…
 
Comparing the legacies of Thomas Sowell and George Schuyler ... Making the case for Sowell’s significance ... The task of the popularizer ... Why Sowell’s book A Conflict of Visions is important ... The norm of inter-group disparity ... What happened to Glenn’s generation of heterodox Black intellectuals? ... Why it’s hard to be conservative in aca…
 
To support the channel: www.patreon.com/jadghosn Part 1 of the interview with Ussama Makdissi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLZ5TkkJyzI&t=4543s في هذا الجزء الثاني من الحوار مع مقدسي بعد أن غطى الجزء الأول منه مرحلة القرن التاسع عشر يتطرق مقدسي الى أفول السلطنة العثمانية للإضاءة والظروف التاريخية التي أسست دول المشرق العربي مع بداية الاستعمار ال…
 
Mental health care apps have boomed during the pandemic. But can receiving therapy through an app ever be as good as face to face? And do they raise concerns over our privacy? Tamasin Ford speaks to Brad Kettridge, founder and CEO of the mental health care app Brightside as well as the co-founder of the Oliva app, Sancir Sahin, which is aimed at bu…
 
Armenia’s government said on Wednesday that three of its soldiers were killed after Azeri forces attacked Armenian positions near the border where clashes have become more frequent despite a ceasefire agreed to after Azerbaijan’s assault on Nagorno Karabakh last fall. Both sides later accepted a Russian ceasefire proposal to try to calm tensions. M…
 
To support the channel: www.patreon.com/jadghosn أسامة المقدسي هو أستاذ التاريخ في جامعة “رايس” في الولايات المتحدة الأميركية وأوّل من شغل فيها كرسيّ الدراسات العربية في المؤسّسة العربية – الأميركية للتربية. له منشورات عديدة عن التاريخ العثماني والعربي وعن العلاقات الأميركية – العربية والإرساليات الأميركية إلى الشرق الأوسط. كتابه الأول: “ثقافة الطا…
 
Lessons from nearly fifty years producing and managing bands, with industry veteran Miles Copeland III. From brilliantly promoting his brother's band The Police, to founding a record label for all the misfits in the industry: the Buzzcocks, the Cramps, The Go Go's, R.E.M., The Bangles, and many more; the American-born, Lebanon-raised record executi…
 
In this episode of Stratfor's Essential Geopolitics podcast from RANE, the changing nature of farmer protests in India. Farmers in India have been protesting for months - demanding the government repeal laws that opened agricultural markets to private companies. In recent days, those protests have developed new facets. Bhumi Patel, Stratfor South A…
 
Haiti was the first Caribbean country to gain its independence after a successful revolt against slavery. But the country has been troubled ever since, suffering dictatorships, coups and natural disasters.Now its most recent president, Jovenel Moise, has been assassinated. His controversial rule was marred by the rise of gang violence, and protests…
 
Contextualizing the rise of the authoritarian right in India ... Why are Prime Minister Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party so successful? ... What would it take for the BJP to lose power? ... Achin: Modi has accelerated India's shift toward the West ... Hindu nationalism at home and abroad ... How US-China tensions could fuel an India-Pakistan nuc…
 
Over the last ten years, Tunisia has been viewed as the “lone success story” of the Arab Spring. The country was plunged into crisis earlier this week, however, after its president suspended parliament and dismissed Tunisia’s prime minister in a move denounced as a coup by Tunisia’s main political parties. Steven Cook, an expert on Arab and Turkish…
 
Why Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk are battling it out among the stars. Ed Butler speaks to Brad Stone, author of the book Amazon Unbound, about Amazon founder Jeff Bezos's lifelong obsession with space, and to Christian Davenport, space reporter for the Washington Post, about the growing rivalry between the worlds two richest men over government space c…
 
Far-right groups have had a strong presence in recent rallies by anti-vaxx groups against government efforts to step up vaccination, as they see the pandemic and the social pressures it has created as an opportunity to regroup in the post-Golden Dawn era. In fact, according to police, around half of the some 3,500 people that gathered at a Syntagma…
 
On this week's episode, Correspondent Dave Woods is joined by the Hull KR head coach, and former England head coach, Tony Smith, whose Rovers side are undertaking five days of quarantine after returning to the UK after being asked to play Catalans Dragons at short notice due to Covid cancellations. Previous to that, they hadn’t had a game since Jun…
 
Last year's Beirut port explosion ... The roots of Lebanon's economic crisis ... Sectarianism and the dueling narratives of the Lebanese civil war ... Why did Hezbollah intervene in Syria? ... Rania: US policy in Syria helped lead to the rise of ISIS ... What if outside powers had stayed out of Syria? ... The effect of US sanctions on Syria ... How…
 
ANN/Groong Week in Review - July 25, 2021 Topics: Escalation in Yeraskh “Peace Treaty” at Gunpoint Emigration out of Armenia Trip Report from Our Guests Guests: Varuzhan Geghamyan Hrant Mikaelian Hosts: Hovik Manucharyan Asbed Bedrossian Episode 81 | Recorded: July 26, 2021By ANN / Groong
 
Has the pandemic encouraged more of us to quit our jobs? Rebecca Kesby speaks to Anthony Klotz, associate professor at Texas A&M University, who says the US is about to face a wave of resignations, as many people re-evaluate what they want from a job after months of lockdowns. Ben Kiziltug from the HR software company Personio tells us why companie…
 
In this episode of the Stratfor Essential Geopolitics podcast from RANE, how the Gulf Arab States are addressing the pandemic. The rising rates of infections and hospitalizations from two new variants of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has public health experts around the world concerned. The reasons vary, from vaccine hesitancy in the West to…
 
To support the channel:www.patreon.com/jadghosn من هو الرئيس المكلف تأليف الحكومة نجيب ميقاتي؟ من أين مصادر ثروته، وما هو سجله حين تولى المواقع الوزارية تزامنا مع مصالحه في شركة الاتصالات؟ ما هو مصير سعر صرف الليرة وما هي اسباب تحسن سعر الليرة تجاه الدولار، وهل هذا الأمر مستدام؟
 
Rental fashion is in the spotlight when it comes to climate footprint. A new study suggests it might not be the silver bullet as once thought, but environmental journalist Lucy Siegle cautions the study is too limited to give a blanket judgment on the rental industry overall. Meanwhile, Christina Dean, of the charity Redress, argues that the potent…
 
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