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Susan Shirley is the CEO of Global View Leadership, a cross-cultural leadership advisory firm. In this episode, we discuss Susan's experiences living in different countries, her not-so-romantic State Department proposal, and her expertise in cross-cultural coaching. Her career was built on 10 years of experience in Egypt reporting on results for USAID projects. Over time, she realized her passion for teaching and training others in project management, which eventually led her to focus on coaching and leadership training.She shares insights on finding a niche in the coaching industry, and compares what she does as a professional leadership and cross-cultural management coach to other coaching avenues that EFMs might be suited for. We also talk about the highs and lows of following popular advice on social media marketing and whether it's worth hiring help to build your client base.About SusanSusan Shirley is a cross-cultural leadership coach. She works to increase the effectiveness of multicultural teams both by supporting expatriates as they transition to positions abroad and working with staff hired by international organizations in their own countries as they adapt to a new organizational culture. By helping individuals improve their emotional and cultural intelligence, they become more effective leaders, create more cohesive teams, and deliver better results for their organizations.Susan Shirley founded Global View Leadership to ensure that cultural differences are never what keeps someone from success. Delivering one-on-one and group coaching, team development workshops, and training, Global View supports organizations and individuals as they work to improve internal and external communication.With an MBA in international business, Susan has lived and worked abroad for over 25 years, and has provided training and teambuilding workshops to support organizations in 22 countries. She began her career in project management in Egypt and focused on professional development when she learned that her passion was in training and supporting others.Global View Leadership WebsiteLinkedIn: Susan Shirley
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Dive into the illuminating discussion with Scott Jagow and Margaret Brennan, the host of CBS's Face the Nation, shedding light on critical government funding issues and international relations. Explore the intricacies of the short-term funding deal and Congress's challenges in navigating crucial budget decisions. Uncover the complexities surrounding aid to Israel and Ukraine, alongside pressing concerns like FAA surveillance and border policies awaiting resolution.
Lester Kiewit speaks to Daniel Yakcobi, the COO of the South Africa Israel Chamber of Commerce, about trade relations between the two countries and what is at stake should there be sanctions or a cutting of ties.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Imagine being a medical professional on the front lines of not just war but diplomacy as well. Our guest, Dr. Andrew Hyatt, has lived this life and is here to share his incredible journey from an Army Family Medicine physician to a Regional Medical Officer for the Department of State, serving in over 50 countries. He provides a behind-the-scenes look at his deployment in Hungary during Operation Joint Endeavour, where his medical skills were tested in the midst of Europe's transformation in the mid-90s. His story provides a unique lens into the world of Military Medicine and its instrumental role in foreign service. Transitioning from combat boots to diplomatic corridors, his responsibilities expanded to providing primary care to U.S. diplomats and their families across the globe. As he navigates us through these roles, Andy highlights the unique challenges of practicing medicine in unstable regions and the protocols that ensure the safety of medical personnel. He provides an illuminating look into the protocols and challenges of coordinating care with the Military system and even evacuating patients when necessary—ever wondered how the State Department ensures the safety of its medical personnel in dangerous locations? Dr. Hyatt's firsthand accounts give you an insider's understanding of the intricate network of Diplomatic Security Service, Marine Security Guards, and host nation protection that all work in unison to guarantee safety. Join us for this riveting discussion that takes you on an enthralling adventure into the life of a physician in the Department of State. Chapters: (0:00:00) - Military Medicine and Transition to the Department of State (0:14:17) – Foreign Service Medical Care in the State Department (0:27:46) - Safety in Dangerous Locations Chapter Summaries: 0:00:00) - Military Medicine and Transition to the Department of State (14 Minutes) Dr Andrew Hyatt shares his experiences of deploying to Hungary with the 67th CSH to support Operation Joint Endeavour, and then his subsequent deployments around the globe. He talks about the opportunities available for foreign medical service with the State Department and how prior service in Military Medicine provides an excellent preparation experience. We also discuss the state of Europe in the mid-90s, particularly as Military Medicine was poised to help the country. (0:14:17) - Foreign Service Medical Care in the State Department (13 Minutes) Dr. Hyatt relates his experiences as a Regional Medical Officer (RMO) for the Department of State, providing primary care to U.S. diplomats, family members, and other personnel in over 50 countries. He describes the different types of health care providers employed by the Department of State, as well as the protocols for evacuating a patient for specialty care. He also discusses the challenges of coordinating care with the military system when necessary. (0:27:46) - Safety in Dangerous Locations (12 Minutes) Dr. Hyatt served as a supervising Regional Medical Officer in Ukraine, and his Family Medicine background helped him recognize and manage mental health issues. He shares the complexity of providing medical care in unstable and dangerous areas and how the Department of State ensures the safety of its medical personnel and their families. Challenges of providing medical care in these contexts include the Diplomatic Security Service, Marine Security Guards, and host nation protection, all playing a role in keeping personnel safe. Take Home Messages: Military Medicine often serves as excellent preparation for roles in the diplomatic field, offering experiences in diverse environments and emergency situations. As a Regional Medical Officer, one provides primary care to U.S. diplomats, their families, and other personnel in multiple countries. This position also involves coordinating care with the military system when necessary. Transitioning from Military Medicine to diplomatic medicine involves changing roles from active combat to providing healthcare in diplomatic corridors. However, both roles require resilience, adaptability, and a commitment to serving others. A Regional Medical Officer's role extends beyond primary care to include investigating relationships with local medical colleagues and assessing local facilities for the benefit of U.S. diplomats and their families. In places with limited local specialty care, the Regional Medical Officer may need to arrange for patient evacuation to a location with the necessary medical facilities, even back to the U.S if necessary. Working as a Regional Medical Officer involves decision-making about where a patient's needs will be best met, considering local capabilities, the urgency of the situation, and the patient's condition. Diplomatic medical personnel are often stationed in unstable regions. Their safety is ensured through coordination with the Diplomatic Security Service, Marine Security Guards, and host nation protection. The unique challenges of practicing medicine in unstable regions include coordinating with different security services and ensuring the safety of medical personnel and their families. Providing medical care in dangerous areas often involves working with a small, close-knit group, which can foster a strong sense of camaraderie. The experience can be rewarding, despite the potential risks. The interplay of medicine, military, and diplomacy provides unique opportunities and challenges. It's a testament to the adaptability and resilience of the medical field and those who choose to serve in these roles. 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We're looking ahead to the meeting between Presidents Joe Biden and Xi Jinping in San Francisco – the first time the two leaders will have met in 12 months. Diplomatic ties between Washington and Beijing have deteriorated this year, with tensions rising over Taiwan and the South China Sea. Meanwhile, there's been a tit-for-tat trade spat over semiconductors and raw materials. As the presidents meet on the side lines of the APEC summit, Vivienne Nunis takes stock of the relationship between the world's two largest economies. Produced and presented by Vivienne Nunis. (Image: US President Joe Biden and China's President Xi Jinping meet at the G20 Summit in Bali on November 14, 2022. Credit: Getty Images)
In this episode of Battleground: Gaza - Saul and Patrick take a look at the latest developments in this divisive conflict. The battle of Gaza seems to have settled down into an attritional struggle in the rubble of the Gaza city, with the Israelis making limited progress. Whilst the civilian population are firmly in the firing line with locations like the Shifa hospital in the thick of the fighting. Discussing this, how the war is dividing societies outside of the Middle East, and the global diplomatic consequences, Saul and Patrick look at what those consequences might be and how they might figure in a possible eventual settlement. If you have any thoughts or questions on the conflicts in Ukraine or Gaza, you can send them to - email@example.com Producer: James Hodgson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Social Democrats leader Deputy Holly Cairns discusses her party's motions to expel the Israeli ambassador and call for economic sanctions on Israel which will be voted on in the Dail tonight.
Last week Anthony Albanese embarked on the first trip to China by an Australian prime minister since 2016, meeting China's president, Xi Jinping. This moment signals a diplomatic reset between Australia and China after years of turmoil. Laura Murphy-Oates speaks to Guardian Australia's political editor Katharine Murphy about her first-hand view of the historic trip and how it serves both Australian and Chinese interests You can support the Guardian at theguardian.com/fullstorysupport
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Today we welcome Special Guest Sylvain Rochon who is one of the Leaders with the "Alliance For Extraterrestrial Diplomatic Contact" to discuss what their mission and goals are with the organization. Sylvain is an experienced serial entrepreneur, a futurist & an author and for the last 20 years has created multiple enterprises including the "Alliance For Extraterrestrial Diplomatic Contact". We will talk about how the organization came to be and how he got involved in the field of Ufology, plus his views on making contact with E.T.. So we have a lot to go over today, So as always, Strap On Those Seat Belts, Were going for a Ride! - SPONSORED BY: "LET'S FIND OUT with CO-HOST DIEGO" AVAILABLE ON ALL PODCAST PLATFORMS - https://open.spotify.com/show/5lUEMPIb70zjJ7gK2P20xK?si=46ec8f3ec2e045ca SYLVAIN'S BIO: In charge of developing and enriching the Alliance Network and supporters with individuals and organizations. Sylvain is an experienced serial entrepreneur, futurist, and author, responsible for the creation of several enterprises over the past 20 years, including the Alliance for Extraterrestrial Diplomatic Contact, Stratdgi and CykoMetrix. WEBSITE - www.alliance4et.org - SPONSORED BY: "LET'S FIND OUT with CO-HOST DIEGO" AVAILABLE ON ALL PODCAST PLATFORMS - https://open.spotify.com/show/5lUEMPIb70zjJ7gK2P20xK?si=46ec8f3ec2e045ca - DONATE/SPONSOR THE SHOW AT - https://paypal.me/JessePmufonFI - IT WILL HELP KEEP THE SHOW GOING, PLUS YOU GET A "SHOUT OUT" ON THE SHOW AND A PLACE ON THE WEBSITE! CONTACT ME: TWITTER - @AATPEAK WEBSITE - UFOENCOUNTERSWORLDWIDE.WORDPRESS.COM EMAIL - UFOENCOUNTERSWORLDWIDE@GMAIL.COM --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ufoencountersworldwide/support
A court in Qatar has handed death sentences to eight Indian citizens, all of them former personnel of the Indian navy. The ex-navymen were convicted on espionage charges. India has termed the sentencing ‘deeply shocking' and has said it is exploring all legal options. The Indians were all employees of a defunct company, Doha-based Dahra Global, and had been arrested in August 2022. How did these Indian nationals end up in this situation? What are the chances that their lives can be saved? And what can New Delhi do to bring them safely back to India?
The Hamas terrorist group's official is hinting at a possible anti-U.S. coalition with Iran, Russia, and China. Australia's prime minister is stepping foot in China for the first time in seven years. What's on the agenda for his meeting with Xi Jinping? Foreign money is fleeing China, and now, foreign direct investment has hit a new low. China just clocked a deficit in the measure for the first time since records began. And 2024 presidential candidates are taking a hard stance on China, with some calling the country an enemy of the United States. ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
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South Africa is recalling diplomats from Israel to assess its relationship with the country amid a rise in civilian casualties from its war with the Palestinian militant group Hamas. This was confirmed by Minster Naledi Pandor, today. On this evening's Current Affairs we talk to Prof Chris Landsberg, political analyst, about this move by SA and significance and implications.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world. Diplomatic correspondent Lazar Berman and reporter Sue Surkes join host Amanda Borschel-Dan on today's episode. We are on Day 30 of the war with Hamas that erupted four weeks ago when some 3,000 Hamas terrorists infiltrated Israel and perpetrated a massacre in towns surrounding the Gaza Strip, killing some 1,400, mostly civilians. There are still some 200 remains to be identified from that Black Shabbat. Berman updates us on what has been happening during the ground operation in Gaza over the past several days. We hear about Israel's cooperation with Centcom and how -- with the two carrier strike groups now in the region -- the US has Israel's back in a very physically present manner. Berman further updates us on which other countries have pulled their ambassadors over the weekend. Surkes speaks about the new horse meditation treatment for Supernova rave survivors For the latest updates, please look at The Times of Israel's ongoing live blog. Discussed articles include: Live blog November 5, 2023 Bahrain lawmakers vote to recall envoy from Tel Aviv, but Israel says ties stable Moshe Ohayon, 52: Social activist, CEO of 929 Torah project THOSE WE HAVE LOST: Civilians and soldiers killed in Hamas's onslaught on Israel THOSE WE ARE MISSING: The hostages and victims whose fate is still unknown Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: In this photo obtained from the US Department of Defense, the aircraft carriers Gerald R. Ford (L, front) and Dwight D. Eisenhower (R, front) and ships in their Strike Groups sail in formation in the Mediterranean Sea, on November 3, 2023. (Jacob Mattingly/US Department of Defense/AFP)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Diplomatic pressure has had little impact on Israel's bombardment of Gaza. More Palestinians are killed every day, despite UN-led appeals for a ceasefire. Is there a role for international diplomacy in ending this war? And are positions shifting as the death toll mounts? Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault Guests: Sultan Barakat -- Professor of Public Policy at Hamad Bin Khalifa University Maleeha Lodhi -- Former Pakistani ambassador to the UK, U.S. and United NationsSteven Erlanger -- Chief diplomatic correspondent for Europe for The New York Times
Netanyahu may not last as Israeli prime minister, Biden and aides increasingly believe. Politico examines how the U.S. is navigating the diplomatic challenges of the Israel-Hamas war. In Conversation looks at how facial-recognition technology is upending privacy as we know it. Don’t trash your pumpkins. USA Today reports on greener ways to deal with Halloween leftovers.
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world. Diplomatic reporter Lazar Berman and Arab affairs reporter Gianluca Pacchiani join host Amanda Borschel-Dan in our Jerusalem offices. It is Day 27 of the war with Hamas and the IDF continues to push into Gaza even as Israel suffers continued loss of soldiers' lives. Berman speaks about what's happening on the ground right now. Israel's other fronts are also seeing an uptick in violence and an Israeli was killed in a shooting attack in the West Bank this morning. Berman updates on what we are seeing on the northern front. Foreign passport holders are being let out, and Egypt projects some 7,000 will be cross the Rafah border soon. Who are these foreign passport holders? Jordan is among the nations to have pulled its ambassadors to Israel. Berman explores how serious of a move this is in terms of Israel-Jordan relations. We hear about a Lebanese TV interview with Ghazi Hamad, a member of Hamas's political bureau, in which he basically said the terror organization has no regrets for its October 7 massacre. And finally, Pacchiani reports back from a visit he made to Rahat and its surroundings, in which he met a Bedouin family with four members held hostage in Gaza. For the latest updates, please look at The Times of Israel's ongoing live blog. Discussed articles include: Live blog November 2, 2023 IDF: Troops breach Hamas defenses, approach Gaza City; 17th soldier killed in battle Israeli driver shot dead in West Bank terror attack; IDF launches manhunt Jordan recalls ambassador from Israel to protest carnage in war with Hamas Bolivia cuts ties with Israel, accusing it of ‘crimes against humanity' in Gaza IDF estimates 3,000 Hamas terrorists invaded Israel in Oct. 7 onslaught Hamas official says group aims to repeat Oct. 7 onslaught many times to destroy Israel In Rahat, a Bedouin community mourns its October 7 losses away from the public eye THOSE WE HAVE LOST: Civilians and soldiers killed in Hamas's onslaught on Israel THOSE WE ARE MISSING: The hostages and victims whose fate is still unknown Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: A staging area near the Israeli border with the Gaza Strip, on November 1, 2023. (Chaim Goldberg/Flash90)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
New Zealand's diplomatic response to war in Gaza is coming under increasing scrutiny from leading international law experts. On Tuesday, Waikato Professor Al Gillispie stressed NZ should now be moving to designate Hamas as a terrorist organisations. The Greens meanwhile are urging the caretaker government to demand a ceasefire. The National Party leader Christopher Luxon spoke to Corin Dann.
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world. Diplomatic correspondent Lazar Berman and news editor Amy Spiro join host Amanda Borschel-Dan on today's episode. Today is day 24 of the war, which Israeli officials said on Saturday is now in its second stage. The UN Security Council is scheduled to hold an emergency meeting this afternoon on Israel's ground incursion in Gaza and the humanitarian plight of Palestinians there at the request of the United Arab Emirates. Why is it the UAE that asked for this emergency meeting? The IDF says ground operations continued in the northern Gaza Strip overnight, with troops killing dozens of Hamas members who barricaded themselves in buildings and tried to attack troops. Is this the ground incursion Berman has been expecting? Yesterday, Berman spent time with a tank unit on the northern border and reports back. He later made his way to Ashdod to speak with Gazan mothers of children who are receiving medical care in Israel. We hear what they said. Spiro has been spearheading our Those We Have Lost series, in which we aim to give a slice of the personalities of the 1,400 who have been killed since October 7. We hear some stories of the fallen and how she brings their lives into focus and not only their deaths. For the latest updates, please look at The Times of Israel's ongoing live blog. Discussed articles include: Live blog October 28, 2023 IDF says dozens of Gaza gunmen killed overnight; tanks seen on outskirts of Gaza City THOSE WE HAVE LOST: Civilians and soldiers killed in Hamas's onslaught on Israel THOSE WE ARE MISSING: The hostages and victims whose fate is still unknown Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: An Israeli soldier with a prayer shawl seen during a morning prayer near his tank near the border with Lebanon, northern Israel, October 25, 2023. (Michael Giladi/Flash90)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
DiploChatz welcomes you to our Second Season - Episode 2!Guest Co-Host: We are joined as a guest co-host on this second episode by Yulia Rajeh who is a Legal Case Assistant for NNIC's Refugee Resettlement Program.Episode 2 Description:We will begin every DiploChatz show with a warm welcome to you! We will take this opportunity to introduce you to our episode's guest co-host. On Episode 2 of DiploChatz, we are joined by Dr. Todd Felts, Associate Professor at the Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR).Dr. Felts teaches media & society, crisis communications, and graduate classes in leadership, innovation, and engagement. Before joining the faculty more than a decade ago, Dr. Felts directed public relations for international companies and causes, providing media relations counsel during crises and litigation. The University awarded him Outreach Faculty of the Year and he was the Human Services Network Board Member of the Year for his work for Northern Nevada HOPES, a federally qualified health facility in Northern Nevada. This year, the Association of Fundraising Professionals named him Volunteer Fundraiser of the Year. Segment 1 & 2: During the first and second segments of Episode 2, The rules of crisis communications are often used to mitigate and manage public perceptions of issues that affect us all. A key ingredient in this process is trust. The way we communicate plus how we act equals the reputation of individuals, organizations, and multinational corporations. By understanding the cycle of a crisis from detection to listening, we are better equipped to make the right decisions at the right time, reducing the likelihood of the crisis getting out of hand.Players in international markets are often faced with additional challenges. From language to culture differences, before we speak and act, there is a lot to learn.This discussion will focus on proven leadership approaches to communicating during a difficult time. It will feature stories of success and how we can all, regardless of our responsibilities, create more positive situations for ourselves and the people impacted by a crisis. DiploChatz featured an ongoing Segment:Every month DiploChatz proudly features a segment called Mindfulness Moment with Dr. Yvonne Stedham. This segment provides practical advice on how mindfulness can support you in your daily life. Who is Dr. Yvonne?In addition to a three-decade-long career in academia as a professor in the College of Business at the University of Nevada, Reno, Dr. Yvonne Stedham is a Center for Mindfulness-trained mindfulness instructor. She has taught Mindful Leadership courses to MBA students, judges, and business executives and has a variety provided mindfulness programs to many organizations, including Microsoft, Hometown Health, and the Nevada Department of Transportation. Dr. Yvonne has been continuously affiliated with the Northern Nevada International Center for decades.Credits: Manuel Mederos, DiploChatz Host, Producer, Audio Editor, Content Director, Sound Engineer, FX/Music Coordinator, and Guest Coordinator Send any chatz ideas we should take into consideration on future shows:Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Support the show
It's probably fair to say that the Israeli government was not the only one caught flat-footed by the deadly attack launched by Hamas on Oct. 7. On that day, several of the U.S. government's top diplomatic posts in the Middle East were vacant, and the Biden administration had long focused most of its attention elsewhere in the world. And, in a now infamous episode from only a week prior to the attack, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan had said, “The Middle East region is quieter today than it has been in two decades.”But all that has changed. Though its record is still up for debate, the U.S. diplomatic response has kicked into gear, with several visits to the region from Sullivan, Secretary of State Blinken, President Biden, and other high-level U.S. officials. To take stock of the U.S. diplomatic response to the war thus far, Lawfare Managing Editor Tyler McBrien sat down with Akbar Shahid Ahmed, HuffPost's senior foreign affairs reporter, and Robbie Gramer, a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy. They talked about the nearly broken Senate confirmation process, the fallout from a high-level diplomatic resignation, and the potential “mutiny brewing” inside the State Department. They also discussed whether or not a reported dissent cable circulating through the department might shift U.S. policy toward Israel-Palestine.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Diplomatic contacts surge ahead of anticipated escalation in the Israel-Hamas war; the United Kingdom (UK) hosts its first artificial intelligence (AI) Safety Summit to develop strategies that mitigate the risks of AI; Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi arrives in Washington, DC to speak with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan; and Pakistan's former Prime Minister Imran Khan possibly faces the death penalty. Mentioned on the Podcast “The Future of the Israel-Hamas War, With Linda Robinson,” The President's Inbox “The Middle East, Including the Palestinian Question: Vote on Competing Draft Resolutions,” What's In Blue For an episode transcript and show notes, visit The World Next Week at: https://www.cfr.org/podcasts/diplomacy-intensifies-israel-hamas-war-uks-ai-safety-summit-chinas-foreign-minister-visits
We discuss the relationship between the US and Israel, French president Emmanuel Macron's proposition for an anti-Islamic State coalition and Germany's newest political party. Plus: China's bizarre propaganda TV series ‘When Marx Met Confucius'.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Byron Donalds for the win? Join Trish Regan LIVE for a look at the “over under” on the Congressman from Florida who loves Trump but hasn't yet seemed to make enemies of his colleagues. If selected, he'll make history as the first black speaker of the House. Trish sat down with him to hear his story. It's one of empowerment and success. Join Trish with her Byron Donalds interview LIVE. Plus, updates on several fronts coming from the House Oversight Committee must be discussed. ****SPECIAL CALL OUT TO MY VIEWERS**** Please join me in helping to support those in need in Israel right now. I've partnered with the International Fellowship for Christians and Jews to raise money for their emergency fund. The money goes to assist Israelis in some of the hardest-hit areas. Thanks to your generosity, we were able to provide more than 1,000 hot meals to the victims of these terror attacks, as well as some toys for the children. You can contribute by clicking this link HERE : https://bit.ly/IFCJTrish or, by CALLING: 1-800-248-8881. Also, I would like to THANK our Show Sponsor https://LegacyPMInvestments.com for offering to MATCH all of your donations. CEO Charles Thorngren texted while we were live on air and said his firm would match all dollars that you donate. So, this helps to compound our efforts. Please consider whatever you can, even if just $1. CLICK HERE TO DONATE: https://bit.ly/IFCJTrish OR CALL 1-800-248-8881 Subscribe to the whole audio show on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3ZHdJOk Today's show sponsored in part by: https://LegacyPMInvestments.com Call 1-866-589-0560 00:00:00 Meet Byron Donalds - The Potential Speaker of the House 00:10:33 Biden administration faces criticism 00:16:39 Middle East conflict grows more serious 00:29:11 Ilhan Omar's controversial statements 00:33:43 Rashida Tlaib criticizes the Trump administration. 00:40:05 Obama's Iran deal criticized. 00:49:19. Iran's actions disrupt Middle East peace. 00:53:39 Media bias in reporting conflicts. 00:58:31 Media bias in Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 01:09:18 Believe in opportunity and success. 01:11:17 Stay positive and be grateful. Check out my Live Free merch! https://trishregan.shop/ Follow me on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trish_regan/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/trish_regan Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RealTrishRegan #trishregan #trishreganshow #thetrishreganshow #trish #trishreacts #exposed #business #economics #finance #economy #financialnews #news #livenews #live #breakingnewsSupport the show: https://trishregan.shop/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Canada has accused India of violating international law & Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations in its push for parity, which has resulted in withdrawal of 41 Canadian diplomats.
EPISODE 1811: In this KEEN ON show, Andrew talks to Roger Moorhouse, author of THE FORGERS, about the forgotten story of a Polish diplomatic rescue operation to save the lives of Polish JewsRoger Moorhouse is a historian and author specialising in modern German and Central European history, with particular interest in Nazi Germany, the Holocaust and World War Two in Europe. A visiting professor at the College of Europe in Warsaw, he is also the author of a number of books on modern German history, including "Killing Hitler", "Berlin at War", "The Third Reich in 100 Objects" and "The Devils' Alliance: Hitler's Pact with Stalin, 1939-1941". He is a regular commentator in the specialist and general press, and a consultant for film and television.Named as one of the "100 most connected men" by GQ magazine, Andrew Keen is amongst the world's best known broadcasters and commentators. In addition to presenting KEEN ON, he is the host of the long-running How To Fix Democracy show. He is also the author of four prescient books about digital technology: CULT OF THE AMATEUR, DIGITAL VERTIGO, THE INTERNET IS NOT THE ANSWER and HOW TO FIX THE FUTURE. Andrew lives in San Francisco, is married to Cassandra Knight, Google's VP of Litigation & Discovery, and has two grown children.
This week, Joe Biden travelled to Israel – becoming the first US president to visit the country at war. He set out to show United States support for Israel, ease the humanitarian disaster unfolding in Gaza, win the freedom of hostages held by Hamas, and prevent a wider regional conflict that might draw in the US. So with stakes this high, how did he perform? And what does this mean for Biden politically? This week Jonathan Freedland is joined by Julian Borger, the Guardian's world affairs editor, who is in Jerusalem and has been following the trip and the reactions to it.
Stealth is certainly not our strong suit as we went and immediately alerted the entirety of the Bleu Gardens of Tlil to our presence. Now we get to do what we do best: kick in the door and bust some heads. Diplomatic solutions? What are those? It's time, once more, for our annual Art Contest! If you are artistically inclined in any way, send us a submission that's related to the podcast for your chance to win a Mini Spellbook from Elderwood Academy pre-loaded with a set of LR Power Dice from Fanroll. "Artistically inclined" does not mean simply a picture, too. Want to write us a song? Go for it! Want to make a paper mache version of Tar Baphon's ridiculous helmet? Do it up! Want to write fanfiction shipping Rogyar and Kishokish? Why not?! Whatever artistic expression you have relating to our Tyrant's Grasp, War for the Crown, or Skull & Shackles content is acceptable as a submission for the contest. Just submit it to us through our Discord or via our email and you'll be entered! As always, you can find us on Twitter (@inspired_incomp) and on Facebook to follow along with our exploits, you can shoot us an email at InspiredIncompetence@gmail.com if you're so inclined. You can find out more about us at InspiredIncompetence.com and join our Discord server from the link at the bottom, where we are always around to chat with our fans (or whoever wants to chat, we're not picky). Lastly, if you're enjoying the show, we humbly ask that you consider supporting us on Patreon to let us know that our efforts are not in vain. Thanks everyone, and enjoy the show!
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world. Diplomatic correspondent Lazar Berman and military correspondent Emanuel Fabian join host Amanda Borschel-Dan on today's episode. A US warship in the Red Sea intercepted 3 missiles fired from Yemen, possibly at Israel, last night. Fabian explains. The IDF has declared that the northern city of Kiryat Shmona will now be evacuated. What does this indicate? We hear about a slight slow-down of events on the southern border. Senior Israeli officials says that the imminent large-scale ground campaign in the Gaza Strip to root out the Hamas terror group will be “difficult, long and intense.” Berman and Fabian delve into some of the tactics that may be employed as well as some of the tough decisions facing Israel. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak paid a visit to Jerusalem Thursday, becoming the latest in a train of Western leaders flying to Israel to show their support after the terror attacks of October 7. Berman explains what came out of his visit. For the latest updates, please look at The Times of Israel's ongoing live blog. Discussed articles include: Live blog October 20, 2023 US warship in Red Sea intercepts 3 missiles fired from Yemen, possibly at Israel Top officials say Gaza ground offensive ‘soon,' warn it will be ‘long and intense' As Israel prepares massive ground campaign, the end game remains opaque In Israel, UK leader Sunak backs Gaza offensive ‘in line with international law' THOSE WE HAVE LOST: Civilians and soldiers killed in Hamas's onslaught on Israel THOSE WE ARE MISSING: The hostages and victims whose fate is still unknown Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Israeli soldiers at a staging area not far from the Israeli-Gaza border, October 19, 2023. (Chaim Goldberg/Flash90)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you haven't realized it yet, soccer (aka 'actual football') is a great way to connect with people from countries and cultures around the world. And especially for us Americans, it can serve as a diplomatic avenue to show an appreciation for others' cultures. Today's episode discusses that very idea, but also what it's like to simply stumble upon opportunities, almost serendipitously, to add some footy into your pre-existing travel plans. We hope you enjoy this one, as our guest, Keving Godlberg, recalls two such instances, both of them involving World Cup Qualifiers - one in 2004 in Argentina, the other in 2008 in Eswatini (FKA Swaziland). Recommended reading: Kevin mentions two great books on our book shelves that every footy fan should read - How Soccer Explains the World, by Franklin Foer and Soccer Against the Enemy, by Simon Kuper. * EPISODE 50 is on its way... and you could be on it! * We want to celebrate this major milestone by featuring your footy travel questions on the episode. Whatever your question is, record it on a voice memo app, try to keep it to 30 seconds or less, and email it to . Tell us your name, where you're from, and we'll select the best, most-well composed ones to answer right here, on Episode 50 of Footy Travelers Podcast. Foot(y)notes: Our favorite footy for good organization, the Craig Willinger Fund, is looking for its next set of honorees! If you are (or know) a young person fighting a critical illness, visit their website to apply to be an honoree today. The Footy Travelers Fan Shop is NOW OPEN! Grab our latest jersey release or a brilliantly designed supporter scarf. Here's a good write-up on the World Cup 2030 announcement, and another on why all roads lead to Saudi Arabia 2034. Euro 2024 tickets are available in the initial application phase until October 26, 2023 (2pm CET). More tickets available after draw on December 2, 2023. Keep your eyes on the CONMEBOL website and channels for news on Copa America 2024. Check out our friends at Race2Adventure (R2A) and their upcoming trips to Morocco and Scotland. Episode Outline 01:42 | Footy travel news review 14:52 | Fantasy Premier League comiserating 18:31 | Why was Kevin in Argentina and Eswatini (FKA Swaziland) in the first place? 22:22 | The beautiful practice of integrating the beautiful game into pre-existing travel 25:06 | Argentina 2004 33:51 | Swaziland 2008 begins... 34:35 | ...but first, a fantastic opportunity to support a great (footy) cause 36:24 | The Swaziland vs Togo experience (DJ set included) 46:30 | Xavi saves Kevin at the Madrid airport 48:00 | Footy as a diplomatic tool for culture exchange 55:37 | Using soccer to establish street cred 58:12 | Kevin makes Dutch news
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world. Diplomatic correspondent Lazar Berman and senior analyst Haviv Rettig Gur join host Amanda Borschel-Dan in today's episode. An explosion at the Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital in the Gaza Strip last night killed potentially hundreds. There are different versions of who is to blame for the disaster. Berman and Rettig Gur weigh in on the facts and the fury on social media. President Joe Biden is in Israel. The hospital disaster has cast a pall over his solidarity visit and planned meetings with neighboring states have already been cancelled. Berman explains. Rettig Gur talks about an interview he conducted with the head of Israel's mobile Crime Scene Investigation Unit. Be warned, graphic violence is described. For the latest updates, please look at The Times of Israel's ongoing live blog. Discussed articles include: Live blog October 18, 2023 Haters won't be swayed, but Hamas lies about Gaza hospital blast are being exposed Israel says Islamic Jihad rocket misfire caused blast near Gaza hospital Biden to ask ‘tough questions as a friend' on Israel visit overshadowed by Gaza blast THOSE WE HAVE LOST: Civilians and soldiers killed in Hamas's onslaught on Israel THOSE WE ARE MISSING: The hostages and victims whose fate is still unknown Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Palestinians check the site of a deadly explosion near Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital in Gaza City, October 18, 2023. (AP Photo/Abed Khaled)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A devastating blast at a hospital in Gaza on Tuesday killed hundreds and ignited protests across the broader Middle East, deepening the crisis in the region.As President Biden visits Israel looking to ease tensions and avoid a broader conflict, Edward Wong, a diplomatic correspondent for The Times, discusses the narrow path the American leader must navigate.Guest: Edward Wong, a diplomatic correspondent for The New York Times.Background reading: Palestinians and Israelis blamed each other for the explosion at the hospital, where people had sought shelter from Israeli bombing.The U.S. response to the Israel-Hamas war has drawn fury in the Middle East.For more information on today's episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.
US equity futures are indicating a lower open as of 05:00 ET. This follows higher levels in Asia, while European equity markets are mixed in choppy trade. Diplomatic efforts continue to try to deescalate the Israel-Hamas conflict, with US President Biden to visit Israel on Wednesday. China's Beige Book highlighted weakness in corporate borrowing as major stimulus remains doubtful.Companies Mentioned: Fortrea Holdings
The Hamas terrorist attack on Israel shook the Middle East and threatens to expand far beyond Gaza. Secretary of State Blinken has visited seven countries across the region hoping to prevent the war from expanding, gain release for American hostages and coordinate humanitarian aid. Nick Schifrin discussed the regional consequences with Francis Ricciardone and Hanin Ghaddar. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has been shuttling back and forth to Arab capitals, hoping to win support for Israel's massive offensive in Gaza. But key regional leaders, including Egypt's Abdul Fattah al-Sisi and Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman aren't on board with Israel's plans. Also, millions of Palestinian refugees live in the countries that border Israel, including about 500,000 in Lebanon. We hear from Shatila refugee camp in Beirut, where Palestinians are closely watching what's happening in Gaza. And, over the weekend, Australians went to the polls to vote in a referendum to recognize First Nations people in the constitution through an advisory body called the "Voice to Parliament." It was crushed by wide margins. Plus, a cricket World Cup stunner.
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Diplomatic correspondent Lazar Berman and reporter Canaan Lidor join host Jessica Steinberg. We are now on Day 7 of the war with Hamas. Berman and Lidor recount their drive down south on Route 232, the scenes of carnage, with pick-up trucks and belongings of Hamas terrorists strewn on the ground, along with their bodies, giving a sense as to what they were planning for the long haul. Lidor describes "death avenue" in Beeri, the stench of death in the street, the sealed rooms of homes that became death traps, the burned homes and cars. Berman updates on US Secretary of State Antony Blinken's visit to Israel on Thursday, and what his upcoming meetings in Jordan and Qatar could portend for the ongoing war. Lidor also explains what happened in Ofakim on October 7, with a more detailed description of the 15-hour siege in Rachel and David Edry's house, where five terrorists holed up, eventually taken out by Israeli security forces. For the latest updates, please look at The Times of Israel's ongoing live blog. Discussed articles include: Live blog October 13, 2023 Once an artery of thriving southern region, Route 232 transformed into road of death Be'eri's residents are gone, but their homes attest to the horrors they endured Amid the devastation of Kibbutz Be'eri, Israel keeps pulling bodies from the rubble Blinken in Tel Aviv: As long as US exists, Israel won't have to defend itself alone As reservists mobilize, some moved up weddings as well Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: The destruction caused by Hamas terrorists in Kibbutz Be'eri, near the Israeli-Gaza border, October 11, 2023. (Photo by Chaim Goldberg/Flash90)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.