The near bankruptcy of Wien Energie, Austria's largest energy supplier, could cause a ripple effect throughout Europe. No wonder both the Austrian government and the city of Vienna are eager to bail the company out. In this episode of the Energy Transitions Podcast, Peter Gönitzer, former CEO of Wien Energie and co-founder of the Nobilegroup gives us an assessment of the situation as well as its ramifications for the European markets.
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Bears Radio analyst Tom Thayer to break down the team's 19-14 win against the Chiefs in its preseason opener Saturday. Thayer also analyzed what he saw in the play of the Bears' offensive line, rookie Jaquan Brisker and others.
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Bears Radio analyst Tom Thayer to discuss offensive lineman Teven Jenkins returning to practice, rookie tackle Braxton Jones' progress, linebacker Roquan Smith's contract hold-in and more. Later, Mully and Haugh discussed how Cubs president of baseball operations Jed Hoyer has shared different answers to difference audiences when addressing the organization's future.
In today's 21 News Podcast, Managing Editor J. Breen Mitchell speaks with best-selling author and political strategist, Lis Smith, who has worked for many politicians, all the way up to Pete Buttigieg's 2020 Presidential campaign. Listen to her take on the Senate race between Tim Ryan against J.D. Vance, and talks about Ohio's political landscape.Her book "Any Given Tuesday" follows Smith from college political intern to adviser to some of the most high-profile politicians in the country.
Jason and Jesse react to commentary from Aaron Rodgers about the state of the wide receiver room, the offensive line, and more. Which unit of the offense (besides running back) do the guys think Rodgers trusts most right now? Also, Wilde & Tausch Trivia. And reviewing responses to the grocery store checkout debate.
In the second hour of a truncated show, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes welcomed on Patrick Mooney of the Athletic to break down the Cubs' decision to keep catcher Willson Contreras and outfielder Ian Happ at the trade deadline. Later, Bernstein and Holmes listened back to Cubs president of baseball operations Jed Hoyer's most notable comments on the Mully & Haugh Show earlier in the morning.
Fox News contributor Deroy Murdock discusses Joe Biden's performance in his first 18 months of office. Let's just say it's not a glowing review. © 2022 KFTK (Audacy). All rights reserved. | (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Jordan Peterson, a Canadian clinical psychologist, YouTube personality, author, and professor emeritus at the University of Toronto, has become a voice of authority on a host of issues – both psychological and otherwise. In an hour-long presentation, Peterson dissected the history of events which led to the current conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Peterson's presentation ‘Russia vs Ukraine or civil war in the West' is told in the same riveting manner as his bestselling books 12 Rules For Life and Beyond Order – 12 More Rules For Life. Drawing on theories from other leading voices, Peterson's assessment is an absolute must-listen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Getting ready for retirement is a process that has very few absolutes. The good news is there are some guideposts that can help you save for retirement and help make sure your money takes you all the way through that next phase of life called retirement. Kevin assesses the current market as well as the latest inflation numbers. That and much more on Cruising Through Retirement with Kevin Brucher. To learn more call 800-975-6717. Visit SilverLeafFinancial.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ross Tucker from the Ross Tucker Podcast joins to talk about the Panthers trading for Baker Mayfield, how he sees the NFC South shaping up, & other NFL storylinesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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RUNDOWN At the top of the show, the guys weigh in on fireworks before the traditional round of Stump the Band. Following the tease, Mitch gives a nod to an honest young man named Patrick before digging into an interesting question posed by Slickhawk about Julio Rodriguez. The three featured guests are Rick Neuheisel, former Bremerton football coach Joe Kennedy, & Rhonda Smith-Banchero a.k.a. "Paolo's Mom". The “Other Stuff” segment includes stories such as Drew Lock catching flak on Twitter, GrubHub making a rescue, and a man's final sip of rum! GUESTS Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Joe Kennedy | Former Bremerton HS football coach Rhonda Smith-Banchero | UW basketball alum & Mom of Paolo Banchero TABLE OF CONTENTS 2:05 | Hotshot studied hard for the opening Stump the Band question about Julio Rodriguez. 23:57 | Mitch gives a shout-out to Patrick who returned a lost wallet to the Levy household. 34:15 | The guys address a question inspired by Slick about how the M's front office should address Julio Rodriguez's emerging stardom. 54:37 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel checks in to discuss the shakeup to the PAC12 with USC and UCLA parting ways for the Big Ten. 1:12:49 | GUEST: Joe Kennedy joins the show to break down the recent Supreme Court case involving his prayer on the football field. 1:43:07 | GUEST: Rhonda Smith-Banchero checks chat about raising her son Paolo leading up to his number one selection in the 2022 NBA Draft. 2:12:57 | “Other Stuff” topics range from subtle pot shots at Drew Lock, a miracle courtesy of GrubHub, and a daughter's final gift for her father!
MLB Network's Jon Morosi joins Dave and Bob to share some of the lighter moments about his trip to Italy and weigh in on what might happen for the Mariners over the next few months, including throwing out a few potential trade scenarios and moves the team could make. Morosi also analyzes which players currently on the roster could make the leap and carry the team throughout the rest of the year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Even as the COVID pandemic continues to plague the world, assessments of the effects of the virus and its variants are in order. Healthcare systems have borne some of the brunt of the effects and those associated with the preparation of health professionals have had to adapt “on the fly” to what are sometimes profound changes to the ways they deliver care and conduct education and training. Brian Burnett shared his experience and perspective on how COVID impacted the University of Alabama and its healthcare system in answering the following questions: What are the ways by which universities involved in the health professions, including medicine, affiliate with or develop the healthcare facilities and experiences needed to educate and train those professionals? How were the human and physical infrastructure of medical schools, clinical facilities, and administrative staff affected by the pandemic? In light of demands placed on healthcare delivery by COVID and its variants and the looming shortage of some physician specialties, new medical schools have been established with more on the way. How do you view this development and what advice would you give to a university, a community, and or a state government considering launching a new medical school? Just how important were remote learning and working to comprehensive universities such as UAB? Do you see these as more or less permanent parts of the landscape? In 10 years, how will the financial and administrative aspects of universities have changed? Brian Burnett joined the University of Alabama at Birmingham, in 2021 from the University of Maryland where he was interim associate vice president and chief financial officer. He worked in similar posts with the University of Colorado System, the University of Missouri System, and the University of Minnesota. Innovators is a podcast production of Harris Search Associates. *The views and opinions shared by the guests on Innovators do not necessarily reflect the views of the interviewee's institution or organization.*
Ray Foley has been presenting The Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show for the past 2 weeks while Ian is on holidays. This morning, Ray checked his answering machine and had more voicemails from some famous voices reviewing his performance on the show. Louis Walsh was particularly harsh.
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Brad Biggs of the Tribune to share his observations on the Bears from OTAs at Halas Hall. How did second-year quarterback Justin Fields look?
What matters most to God in a king -or anyone else-- 1 Kings 15-1-24 looks forward to the first serial reading in morning public worship on the coming Lord's Day. In these twenty-four verses of Holy Scripture, the Holy Spirit teaches us that what matters most is the heart, and that even men who have wicked ones may yet find covenant mercy from God for the sake of His redeeming love toward their parents and them.
Ross Benes wrote the 2021 book Rural Rebellion: How Nebraska Became a Republican Stronghold in which he diagnoses “a gradual shift in the types of candidates we elect to our state legislature and the US Congress." He argues that "[t]he accumulative changes over the past few decades have made it extremely difficult for Democrats to be competitive outside of certain parts of our two biggest cities, Omaha and Lincoln, and even there, it is often an uphill battle for liberals.” He came on the show last year to discuss the cultural landscape of highly loyal GOP voters and today he's back to assess just how strong that Republican stronghold is in what appears to be a 2022 rocked with scandals, resignations, in-fighting, dark money, and the spectre of Donald Trump. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/riversidechats/message
Annie welcomes Dr. Ben Carson to the show to give his advice to American voters. Annie first asks Dr. Carson if he believes Americans have lost their ways. Then Dr. Carson shares his biggest concerns when it comes to our country. He closes out the interview by discussing the power of voter intelligence. © 2022 KFTK (Audacy). All rights reserved. | (Photo by Shannon Finney/Getty Images)
Last updated : 2022.05.24 The latest news from home and abroad, with a close eye on Northeast Asia and the Korean Peninsula in particular
This episode is sponsored by the Rural Health Research Gateway at the University of North Dakota.Vaccine requirements have been much in the news lately tied to the COVID-19 pandemic, but disputes over requiring vaccines have been with us for decades.How to balance respecting individual autonomy with protecting public health is not a new issue. It's played out in particular force when it comes to children.All states have vaccine requirements for children as they enter school and those requirements are often pretty widely known. Less well known are those requirements related to child care, which can affect children long before they reach school age.Alexandra Bhatti from Merck joins A Health Podyssey to discuss vaccine requirements for child care in the United States.Bhatti and coauthors published a paper in the April 2022 issue of Health Affairs assessing child care vaccination requirements in the United States. They found considerable variation across the 50 states and Washington, DC.While all jurisdictions require children up through age five to meet certain requirements to attend school or child care programs, the states are uneven in their breadth, enforcement, and implementation of these requirements.If you enjoy this interview, order the April 2022 issue of Health Affairs for research on access to care, hospitals and more.Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Podcasts
Pushpendra Mehta meets with Craig Jeffery, Managing Partner of Strategic Treasurer, to review the latest treasury news and developments. Topics of discussion include Moody's assessment of the global economic impact of the Russian invasion, the world nearing recession, NatWest Group partnering with Bottomline Technologies to reduce payment fraud, IBM putting AI on a chip to improve fraud detection, and Wells Fargo and Bank of America pushing Zelle for online retail payments. 1:31 - Moody's assesses global economic impact of Ukraine war https://ctmfile.com/story/industry-roundup-seventh-april 4:34 - The world may be heading into a recession https://ctmfile.com/story/the-world-may-be-heading-into-a-recession 10:31 - NatWest Group to reduce APP fraud via Bottomline technology solution https://ctmfile.com/story/industry-roundup-06-april-2022 12:53 - IBM adds AI to a chip to boost payment fraud detection https://ctmfile.com/story/industry-roundup-seventh-april 14:55 - Open banking competition arises as Wells Fargo, Bank of America & other major banks aim to enable Zelle for retail https://ctmfile.com/story/industry-roundup-8-april-2022
After a Texas woman was charged with murder for what officials say was a "self-induced abortion," the district attorney for Starr County Texas is moving to dismiss the case. Law professor Stephen Vladeck discusses the chilling effect this case could have on legal access to abortion in Texas. And, just over a year after former President Trump left office, voters and historians alike are taking stock of his time in the White House. Historian Julian Zelizer talks about his new book, "The Presidency of Donald J. Trump."
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What danger does China actually pose to America? How closely are China and Russia working together? Is the Biden administration doing enough to prepare for foreign policy threats? America and China are in a “global competition for economic and military dominance,” says Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas. If America does not take strategic action now, our children will be the ones bearing the burden of that tension between China and America, the Texas lawmaker says. McCaul, the ranking member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to discuss how Russia and China view America right now, and how the U.S. can take steps to prepare for international threats. We also cover these stories:President Joe Biden outlines additional steps the U.S. could take as Russia's invasion of Ukraine continues.NATO calls on China to stop supporting Russian "war efforts" in Ukraine and instead use its "significant influence" to push for peace.California Gov. Gavin Newsom signs legislation forcing insurance companies to pick up more of the costs of abortions.Enjoy the show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What danger does China actually pose to America? How closely are China and Russia working together? Is the Biden administration doing enough to prepare for foreign policy threats? America and China are in a “global competition for economic and military dominance,” says Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas. If America does not take strategic action […]
In today's episode, we talk about the amazing discipleship tool known as The Wheel! Why the Wheel is great… Gives a picture of a disciple Assesses familiarity with the Word - depth & dexterity in the word Assesses understanding of key Christian concepts Models Scripture memory and intimacy with the Word Gives an opportunity to self-assess his life as a disciple Gives an opportunity to take a step in growth in a weaker area Models being in-process and an alongsider. Naturally sets up another meeting and future expectations. Takeaway: What makes the wheel so powerful is that it starts with Christ and that's where all good disciple-making starts. Action Step: Take time to learn the wheel and share it with someone this week. Show Notes: What does the Wheel do? https://www.justingravitt.com/blog/whattodo-disciple Episode 12: The Importance of Tools Episode 09: The Disciplines of a Disciple Justin's Website Tony's Website Navigators Church Ministries The Reclamation Podcast
In this episode, host Allan Marks sits down with former NSA General Counsel Glenn Gerstell for a regulatory overview and an insider's perspective on the current threat landscape for cyber risks – from state actors threatening critical infrastructure to hackers using ransomware, other malware or denial of service (DoS) and distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Glenn also shares his thinking on how governments can better address cyber risks to agencies, private entities and along global supply chains, and the role of cryptocurrencies in ransomware attacks. About the Speakers:Glenn S. Gerstell served as the general counsel of the National Security Agency (NSA) and Central Security Service (CSS) from 2015 to 2020. He has written and spoken widely about the intersections of technology and national security and privacy. Prior to joining the NSA, Mr. Gerstell practiced law for almost 40 years at the international law firm of Milbank LLP, where he focused on the global telecommunications industry and served as the managing partner of the firm's Washington, DC, Singapore, and Hong Kong offices. Mr. Gerstell served on the President's National Infrastructure Advisory Council, which reports to the president and the secretary of homeland security on security threats to the nation's infrastructure, as well as on the District of Columbia Homeland Security Commission. Earlier in his career, he was an adjunct law professor at the Georgetown University Law Center and New York Law School. He is a recipient of the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal, the Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Civilian Service and the NSA Distinguished Civilian Service Medal.Podcast host Allan Marks is one of the world's leading project finance lawyers. He advises developers, investors, lenders, and underwriters around the world in the development and financing of complex infrastructure projects, as well as related acquisitions, restructurings and capital markets transactions. Mr. Marks also serves as an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley at both the Law School and the Haas School of Business.Listen to Cybersecurity Part 2 here.Disclaimer
Episode 13 looks at the NICE Draft Guidance Evaluating FibroScan use in Community and Primary Care settings. This conversation focuses on the basic way that NICE approaches issues like this one and tensions between that approach and the health and wellness outcomes this kind of screening might provide.As Roger Green mentions when starting this conversation, Surfing the NASH Tsunami usually advocates for early prevention and wellness care as key strategies for fighting the coming NASH pandemic. The issue is that NICE answers relatively specific questions using rigorous cost analyses. At this point in time, the caliber of longitudinal data necessary to make the optimal case for FibroScan simply does not exist.After Roger describes the underlying issue, Ian Rowe focuses the conversation by discussing the approach that NICE takes to health economic analysis. Along the way, he notes that in cases like this one, the correct application of this generally valuable analysis might not lead to the best outcome in terms of the health of patients. Louise Campbell goes on to discuss three ways that this particular analysis fails to capture the situation accurately: (i) the test was viewed in a vacuum instead of in the context of the care it would trigger; (ii) the testing frequency was based solely on tests done in radiology departments, which appear to account for a small percentage of all FibroScan tests done in the UK; and (iii) it assumed uniform costing for FibroScan tests done in a radiology department, whereas Louise was able to point through personal experience to the deviations (both from the analysis and from each other) from the numbers used in the analysis. This conversation ends with Chris Estes discusses the idea that this should be a model of long-term inputs and outputs reflecting not only the cost of the test but also the costs and benefits of the downstream care that would result from testing.
Episode 13 looks at the NICE Draft Guidance Evaluating FibroScan use in Community and Primary Care settings. This conversation focuses on some of the data issues surrounding this evaluation, ranging from the lack of the long-term data necessary to make the wellness case to narrower, more case-specific flaws in how costing data was developed. The previous conversation looks at how NICE analyzes procedures and ways this approach might conflict with the economics of NAFLD screening. This conversation starts with Ian Rowe noting that NICE depends on the manufacturer to provide data for the analysis, but Echosens only presented one year data. Louise Campbell asks if advocates could put forward some of the Hepatitis C data to address the issue, but, as Ian points out, FibroScan is the index diagnostic for NAFLD; in contrast, it was used for disease staging in Hep C. Jörn Schattenberg joins the conversation to note ways in which Germany and the UK are similar in terms of the relationship between reimbursement and use and other ways in which they are different. Eventually, Jörn points out, we will have 10-year data, but he asks how this can benefit patients today. Louise suggests that data and analyses exist in other settings that can help address these issues for NICE, particularly if we consider biopsy (and its costs) as the option. Ian Rowe asks "a couple of questions from the NICE perspective," which make the point that this kind of screening probably is desirable but must be carefully managed because once tests are made available more widely, people will sign up quickly, backlogs will ensue and practices will be challenged and may wind up needing to add staff. Louise acknowledges all this and notes that this analysis places a higher training burden on the manufacturer than Phillips or GE face with ultrasound.
Independent Historian and Storyteller James Bullock portrays Black Seminole sense bearer Abraham at the capture site of Osceola under a white flag of truce. (Courtesy images) Living historians portray many personas, some historical, some not. The Seminole Wars podcast has invited a number of such reenactors onto this program. Their main task is interpretation without judgement as well as to "fill in the blanks" the history books don't cover. For instance, the Black Seminole translator Abraham enjoys a somewhat checkered reputation. Was he double-dealing the Seminoles in the agreements he brokered with the U.S. Army? What might have been his motivations for acting as he did? Should we analyze his life and reputation based on these key decision points? Do we moderns judge him by today's standards versus those of Abraham's time? To examine this, we are honored to chat with the distinguished independent historian James Bullock. Bullock is an A.S.C.A.P writer and publisher, playwright, and tour guide. At public events, he has portrayed Abraham, one of many personas the professional actor takes on. James Bullock is the recipient of the 2006 Interpretive Guide Award from the Castillo de San Marcos, U.S. Park Service. He is also the author of the play Freedom Road. He has been a speaker for the U.S. Army Reserve and Florida National Guard and has led tours and presentations at Fort Mose for various Florida schools and St. Louis Urban League. Bullock is also a re-enactor in the Flight to Freedom Program, National Park Service. He has acted in community theatre in various plays including Majigeen, To Kill a Mockingbird, Omnium Gatherium, Of Mice and Men, and A Raisin in the Sun. And today he discusses Abraham in historical context. 1880s illustration of Abraham (Above). (Above and below) Army receipt invoices paying black interpreters for their services. Host Patrick Swan is a board member with the Seminole Wars Foundation. He is a combat veteran and of the U.S. Army, serving in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, and Kosovo, and at the Pentagon after 9/11. A military historian, he holds masters degrees in Public History, Communication, and Homeland Security, and is a graduate of the US Army War College with an advanced degree in strategic studies. This podcast is recorded at the homestead of the Seminole Wars Foundation in Bushnell, Florida. Subscribe automatically to the Seminole Wars through your favorite podcast catcher, such as iHeart or Stitcher or Spotify, DoubleTwist, or Pandora or Google podcasts or iTunes, or ... Check it out so you always get the latest episode without delay where and when you want it. Like us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube!
If you had asked St. Cloud State men's hockey fans before the season which player would lead the Huskies in scoring at the holiday break, it is fair to say that Kevin Fitzgerald would not likely have been the first pick. But the graduate student has 21 points (already a career high) through 16 games. Fitzgerald talks about his fast start, takes a look at where the Huskies are, discusses teammate Jack Peart, how he got started in hockey, playing Tier III junior hockey, being a walk-on for SCSU. Discover all this and more in this podcast with The Rink Live's Mick Hatten. Podcast Timestamps: Final exams, degree he is working on and teammates in classes to open 4:05 hearing from people "you play on the hockey team?!" 5:05 his quick start to the season 6:45 Matt Cullen coming in to teach session on faceoffs, how Cullen treats others 11:05 assessing the Huskies at the holiday break 17:35 Jack Peart being named to USA roster for world championships, having him as a teammate 23:10 playing pro an option? 25:15 starting out playing hockey, his winding junior hockey career 27:50 playing junior hockey for the Aberdeen Wings 30:10 how he ended up walking on at SCSU 35:00 playing in 38 games as a freshman walk-on
A BIG week for the podcast as Rick, Brendan, and Dalton break down the first new Survivor episode in 16 months, sharing their thoughts on the new cast, the new twists, and the new production choices on the show. Then the trio turn their attention to this Sunday's Washington Football Team game against the Buffalo Bills and lock in their (less-than-optimistic) predictions. Finally, former NFL GM and VP Michael Lombardi joins the show to give his brutally honest assessment of the Washington franchise. He also talks about what working with Bruce Allen was like (Hint: NOT GOOD!), shares his thoughts on the league, and weighs in on the great Justin Herbert vs. Chase Young debate. It's a must listen interview for any NFL fan.00:00 – Start of show3:15 – Survivor premiere react28:39 – Previewing WFT vs. Bills matchup35:16 – Former NFL GM & VP Michael Lombardi
Former Acting Director of National Intelligence and former U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell joins the podcast to give his assessment of President Biden's foreign policy. We discuss the withdrawal from Afghanistan, the makeup of the new Taliban-controlled government, and what this all means for our friends and foes around the globe.--She Thinks is a podcast for women (and men) who are sick of the spin in today's news cycle and are seeking the truth. Once a week, every week, She Thinks host Beverly Hallberg is joined by guests who cut through the clutter and bring you the facts. You don't have to keep up with policy and politics to understand how issues will impact you and the people you care about most. You just have to keep up with us. We make sure you have the information you need to come to your own conclusions. Because, let's face it, you're in control of your own life and can think for yourself. You can listen to the latest She Thinks episode(s) here or wherever you get your podcasts. Then subscribe, rate, and share with your friends. If you are already caught up and want more, join our online community. Be sure to subscribe to our emails to ensure you're equipped with the facts on the issues you care about most: https://iwf.org/connect. Independent Women's Forum (IWF) believes all issues are women's issues. IWF promotes policies that aren't just well-intended, but actually enhance people's freedoms, opportunities, and choices. IWF doesn't just talk about problems. We identify solutions and take them straight to the playmakers and policy creators. And, as a 501(c)3, IWF educates the public about the most important topics of the day. Check out the Independent Women's Forum website for more information on how policies impact you, your loved ones, and your community: www.iwf.org. Subscribe to IWF's YouTube channel. Follow IWF on social media: - on Twitter- on Facebook- on Instagram#IWF #SheThinks #AllIssuesAreWomensIssues See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
"They don't care" is the moniker that best describes Republican orthodoxy. Matthew Dowd, in his enumeration, makes it clear. Mathew Dowd first itemizes three issues that make clear the GOP means well for no one but a select few while speaking to Nicolle Wallace. --- If you like what we do please do the following! Most Independent Media outlets continue to struggle to raise the funds they need to operate much like the smaller outlets like Politics Done Right SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel here. LIKE our Facebook Page here. Share our blogs, podcasts, and videos. Get our books here. Become a YouTube PDR Posse Member here. Become a Politics Done Right Subscriber via Patreon here. Become a Politics Done Right Subscriber via Facebook here. Consider providing a contribution here. Please consider supporting our GoFundMe equipment fund here. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/egbertowillies/support
As the situation in Afghanistan deteriorates with shocking speed, tens of thousands of Americans and Afghan citizens — who've worked closely with Americans over the past two decades, are confronting perilous conditions as they try to reach the Kabul airport and leave the country. Major news organizations are trying to extract both U.S. and fellow Afghan journalists even as these reporters put their lives on the line and continue to report from the field for as long as they can under dangerous conditions. Meanwhile, human rights activists are increasingly concerned about the plight of women under the new Taliban regime. Joining me now to talk about the situation in Afghanistan is the Pulitzer-Prize-winning photojournalist and war photographer Lynsey Addario. She has traveled in and out of Afghanistan, shooting groundbreaking photographs including of women under the Taliban before the 9/11 terrorist attacks. And she has continued her reporting in the two decades since the US invasion of Afghanistan — a period in which millions of women were able to get educated, join the workforce, and come into their own. Addario wrote an August 16th article in the Atlantic titled, The Taliban's Return is Catastrophic for Women. She is the author of a book of war photographs, titled, Of Love and War and the New York Times best-selling memoir It's What I Do, in which she writes about the incredible risks she has taken photographing every major conflict and humanitarian crisis of her generation, played out against the backdrop of the post-9/11 War on Terror. This is my second conversation with the fearless Addario. To hear her personal story of how she became a photojournalist, how she covers major conflicts, how she survived a violent kidnapping in Libya, and why she does the work she does, do check out my previous interview with Addario on my leadership podcast, When It Mattered, Episode 35. It's an incredible story.