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Speaker: Yeiling Tan, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Oregon Professor Yeling Tan discusses her book, Disaggregating China, Inc: State Strategies in the Liberal Economic Order. China's entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001 represented an historic opportunity to peacefully integrate a rising economic power into the international order based on market-liberal rules. Yet current economic tensions between the US and China indicate that this integration process has run into trouble. To what extent has the liberal internationalist promise of the WTO been fulfilled? To answer this question, this study breaks open the black box of the massive Chinese state and unpacks the economic strategies that central economic agencies as well as subnational authorities adopted in response to WTO rules demanding far-reaching modifications to China's domestic institutions. The study explains why, rather than imposing constraints, WTO entry provoked divergent policy responses from different actors within the Chinese state, in ways neither expected nor desired by the architects of the WTO. Yeiling Tan is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Oregon, and a non-resident scholar at the opens in a new windowUC San Diego 21st Century China Center. From 2017-2020, she was a fellow of the World Economic Forum's Council on the Future of International Trade and Investment. From 2017-2019, she was a member of the opens in a new windowGeorgetown University Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues. In 2017-18, she was a post-doctoral fellow at the opens in a new windowPrinceton-Harvard China and the World Program in Princeton University. Her research interests lie at the intersection of international and comparative political economy, with an emphasis on China and the developing world. Two broad questions define her research agenda. First: how do the rules of globalization affect politics within authoritarian regimes such as China, given that these rules require increasingly far-reaching modifications to domestic institutions? Second, how do authoritarian regimes affect rule-making at the international level? She holds a PhD in Public Policy from opens in a new windowHarvard University (2017), an MPA in International Development from the opens in a new windowJohn F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (2011) and a BA (Honors, Distinction) in International Relations and Economics from opens in a new windowStanford University (2002). Apart from research on globalization and China, she has also worked in the public and non-governmental sectors on a range of issues including economic development, international security policy, global governance and governance innovations.
We seem to have an almost insatiable appetite for the glitter and sparkle of diamonds. Yet transforming these stones into jewels fit for princesses and film stars involves a long chain of production and distribution. And the diamond industry has long been bound up with a much darker side: the exploitation of workers, environmental damage, all-powerful monopolies and violent mafias, not to mention the so-called Blood Diamonds used to finance armed conflict. So how is the industry trying to clean up its image and regulate the trade? Joining Bridget Kendall to discuss the history of the diamond trade are: Dr. Lansana Gberie, former coordinator for the UN Security Council Panel of Experts on Liberia. He is the author of A Dirty War in West Africa: The RUF and the Destruction of Sierra Leone. He's also Sierra Leone's current Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva and the Sierra Leonean Ambassador to Switzerland - though his contributions to this programme are in a personal capacity. Ian Smillie, founder of the Diamond Development Initiative, now DDI at Resolve, an organisation which works to improve conditions for small-scale miners. He is the author of several books, including Blood on the Stone: Greed, Corruption and War in the Global Diamond Trade. He is based in Canada. Dr. Tijl Vanneste, researcher at the Portuguese Institute of International Relations at Nova University in Lisbon. He is the author of Blood, Sweat and Earth: The Struggle for Control over the World's Diamonds Throughout History. [Image: Examining a gem diamond in Antwerp, Belgium; Credit: Paul O'Driscoll/Getty Images]
In this episode Kai, Leo and Simon discuss ancient Stoic cosmopolitanism and its psychological benefits and philosophical grounding. To hear the entire conversation, including the Q&A with other Patreon members who were also in attendance, go to patreon.com/simonjedrew/. About Kai Whiting: Kai Whiting is a researcher and lecturer in sustainability and Stoicism based at UCLouvain, Belgium. He Tweets @kaiwhiting and blogs over at StoicKai.com. About Leonidas Konstantakos: Leonidas Konstantakos is a PhD candidate working on Stoicism and International Relations, especially Stoic just war theory. He, along with Kai Whiting, is the co-author of “Being Better, Stoicism for a World Worth Living in”. To listen to the entire conversation (about 60 minutes extra) you can go to patreon.com/simonjedrew/ and sign up for any tier level. To register to attend any of the next conversations with Kai and Leo you can visit simonjedrew.com/patreon/ To buy Being Better — Stoicism for a World Worth Living in please visit: https://www.amazon.com/Being-Better-Stoicism-World-Living/dp/1608686930
In this special SpOoOOoky Halloween season episode, Paulina and Jess interview Caribbean-American activist, educator, and scholar Emani Jerome about horror films and representation, with a special focus on race, gender, and class. We're also honored to have Emani as our first non-Romani, or "International Relations" guest! Emani takes us through a list of films, including but not necessarily limited to Get Out, The Witch, Midsommar, Eraserhead, Candy Man, Birth of a Nation, Blacula, The People Under the Stairs, Tales from the Hood, The Wickerman, Poltergeist, Cannibal Holocaust, and more. We also touch on Black Mirror and the intersection of horror and sci-fi, and distinctions between the two. We examine the use of common race and class tropes, the role of horror films in culture, and the emergence of new horror by BIPOC filmmakers. Spoilers and cursing are abound in this highly entertaining and thought-provoking episode. Follow Emani on Instagram @emanijerome.Special shout out to Romani filmmaker Victoria Bell and her first debut horror film Heir of the Witch. Follow her on Instagram at @victoria_filmmaker.You can find us on Instagram @romanistanpodcast, and on Facebook under the same name, and on Twitter @romanistanpodWe started a Ko-fi fundraiser to help us expand. Our goal is to release 2 episodes a month, create video content, like an advice column and other treats, and we would also like to register as a nonprofit so we can produce content by other Romani & Sinti creators. We are hoping to cover production costs, like paying for our hosting site, website, editing and producing, and all the rest. We would love it if you could contribute and spread the word. The link is Ko-fi.com/romanistan. Thank you so much to everyone who's donated. Please rate, review, and subscribe. It helps us so much. If you would like to advertise with us, email us at email@example.com. We offer sliding-scale for Romani, Sinti & related businesses, so reach out!You can find Jess, on Instagram @jezmina.vonthiele, and you can find her vintage and curiosities shop Evil Eye Edit on Instagram @evileyeedit & Etsy.You can find Paulina Verminski on Instagram @_paulina_v_ and at her holistic healing and specialty store online at https://romaniholistic.com/ and in Newport Beach, CA. Follow on Instagram @romaniholistic Romanistan is hosted by Jessica Reidy and Paulina VerminskiConceived of by Paulina VerminskiEdited by Carlo PatrãoWith Music by Viktor PachasAnd Artwork by Elijah Vardo
Over a year ago, on 4 August 2020, one of the world's most powerful non-nuclear explosions devastated Beirut, killing 218 people. While Lebanon dominated global news headlines then, attention has since fizzled. Amidst political stagnation, disastrous inflation and shortages in basic commodities from fuel to medicine, Lebanon seems in free fall. In this webinar, nearly two years on from the 17 October Revolution, we hear from speakers active in the fields of politics, labour union organising, urban space and law, who will address the aftermath of the Beirut explosion, the future of political activism, the upcoming elections and what may be emerging in Lebanon. Ghida Frangieh is a lawyer and researcher based in Beirut. She has been a member of the Legal Agenda since 2011 and is currently the head of its Strategic Litigation Unit. The Legal Agenda is a law and society research and advocacy organization with offices in Beirut and Tunis. Ghida recently worked on producing a legal guide for the victims of the Beirut blast of 4 August 2020 to support their path to justice. She holds a Master's degree in Applied Human Rights from France and has produced various publications related to social justice and human rights issues. She is also a founding member of Ruwad Al-Houkouk Association and the Lawyers Committee for the Defense of Protesters. Ibrahim Halawi is a Teaching Fellow in International Relations at Royal Holloway, University of London. His research interests focus on theories and histories of counterrevolution and revolution, with an emphasis on counterrevolution and revolution in the Middle East. He has published in peer-reviewed journals and established outlets on Lebanon, as well as revolution and sectarianism more broadly. Ibrahim is also the Secretary of Foreign Relations for Citizens in a State party, a progressive secular Lebanese party. Abir Saksouk graduated as an architect in 2005, and later did her masters in Urban Development Planning. She is co-founder and co-director of Public Works Studio, a research-based organization that addresses spatial inequality in Lebanon. Her primary focus includes urbanism and law, property and shared space, and right to the city of marginalized communities. Abir is also a member of the Legal Agenda and co-founder of Dictaphone Group. Omar Al-Ghazzi is Assistant Professor in the Department of Media and Communications at LSE. His work focuses on questions around the global power asymmetries in the reporting and representation of conflict. He researches digital journalism, the politics of time and memory, and the geopolitics of popular culture, with a focus on the Middle East and North Africa.
Đại sứ Pháp tại Úc đã trở lại Canberra khoảng 3 tuần lễ sau khi được triệu hồi về nước, theo sau vụ tranh cãi ngoại giao về khế ước đóng tàu ngầm. Ngoại Trưởng Pháp nói rằng sứ mạng của vị đại sứ là ‘tái khẳng định' quan hệ giữa Úc và Pháp.
Julie Klinger is an Assistant Professor of Geographer at the University of Delaware and also affiliated with the university's new Minerals, Materials and Society Program. She is the author of "Rare Earth Frontiers: From Terrestrial Subsoils to Lunar Landscapes”, Cornell University Press. Julie Klinger was formerly Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University. Julie lists her research interests as “the dynamics of global resource frontiers and space-based technologies with particular emphases in China, Brazil, and the United States; how diverse forms of violence and strategies for survival shape land use, environmental conservation, and livelihood security; rare earth elements; natural resource use; environmental politics; and outer space.Further reading: Official bio:https://www.udel.edu/academics/colleges/ceoe/departments/gss/faculty/julie-klinger/ Rare Earth Frontiers: From Terrestrial Subsoils to Lunar Landscapes (2017)https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7591/j.ctt1w0dd6d U.S. Geological Surveyhttps://www.usgs.gov/
The UK High Commissioner to Australia, Victoria Treadell, tells SBS's Pablo Vinales she remains hopeful the Prime Minister will go to Glasgow and make stronger 2030 carbon reduction commitments.
Dr. Graham Finlay, from the School of Politics and International Relations at University College Dublin, joins Tom to answer, why are voices change with age? Listen and subscribe to Moncrieff on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
In This Episode You'll Hear About:What her childhood was like and how she has always been a leader and had many interests and passions from an early ageWhat changed her focus from International Relations and Economics and perhaps leading to work in the State Department to working in marketing at the NFL instead and what she learned during her time thereWhat profound takeaways Mayssa gained during her time at Uber, Daily Harvest, and SoulCycle and how they have helped her today as a Founder/CEOWhy the idea for Behave came to her, what started her on the path to dig deeper into the idea, and what the first steps wereWhy Mayssa was frustrated with the traditional R & D approach to product development and had the genius idea of finding a pastry chef to help herWhat fundraising was like for her and what advice she passionately offers to those who are looking to build a business and raise fundsWhat lessons she has learned as a leader that have helped her enjoy her role and breathe life into her team as they continue to growWhy Mayssa believes that even the hardest challenges can lead to good things that help the company in the long run and what advice she has for other FoundersTo Find Out More:EatBehave.comQuotes:“Trying to do things that were more entrepreneurial and really owning projects and owning initiatives from start to finish, built a solid foundation for what it was going to look like to have an idea out of nowhere and turn that into a business and launch that business.”“You're pitching the partnership, but you're also pitching the business.”“I think in a partnerships role or a business development role, you almost have to take on that external speakerphone for the company in a lot of ways.”“Through all my experiences and through having built my career in a business development and partnerships function, for the most part, I've always felt that actually most business gets done just through friendship.”“My philosophy is that you will get so much more done by people liking you than by paying them or feeling like you have something to offer them.”“I knew that if we were going to do healthier, better-for-you candy, it was still going to have to taste amazing. When people reach for candy, it is an indulgence. It's a moment of fun and joy, and I just knew that compromising on taste wasn't going to be an option.”“You have to go into it believing that you're going to raise the money. Actually, a lot of fundraising for me was shifting my own mindset.”“It's so easy to get trapped in this whole, very confusing web of what am I supposed to be doing? And I think the sooner that you can surrender and just say whatever feels right to me is what's going to be right for the business... And now I feel so happy that I was able to kind of let go of a lot of those shoulds.”“You have to also acknowledge that every other business that looks like it was built in a perfect Excel spreadsheet straight out of Harvard Business School was probably also a burning dumpster fire on the inside. You just don't see that.”“Just having people that are in the boat with you... I wouldn't have been able to get this far without that network and that support system.”
Dr. Sipho Sithole is a Research Fellow at the Johannesburg Institute for Advanced Study (University of Johannesburg) and holds a PhD in Anthropology, a B.Sc in Political Science and International Relations, and an M. Sc in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management. Dr. Sithole's research revolves around language identity, culture, migration, and integration. Sithole has a long career in hip hop & is the founder and owner of an important and multi-award-winning music production house, Native Rhythms Productions, & Native Rhythms Records. Sithole has is credited for helping mainstream hip-hop in South Africa when he signed Skwatta Kamp in 2003, the first group to achieve platinum sales. He held what he says is the 1st African hip hop summit in 2005 He is also a producer, winning awards for his production work on Thandiswa Mazwai's debut album, Zabalaza (2004). In this interview, he talks about his involvement in the growing hip hop scene in South Africa in the early 2000s. It was a time when kwaito's mainstream popularity was declining, and Sipho Sithole talks about the decision to begin working with hip hop artists. He also talks about the role of the township in producing and shaping the South African hip hop scene, as well as social consciousness. In part 2 of this interview, we delve into a discussion of race and identity in South African hip hop, and the spaces within hip hop that Black and Coloured South Africans occupy.Continue reading
Australia has been put on notice - Taiwan is preparing for war with China, and it wants help. The warning from Taiwan's Foreign Minister Joseph Wu comes after China sent a record number of fighter jets into Taiwan's Air Defence Identification Zone over the weekend.
This episode is part of our series on school transportation and today we are talking specifically about Medicaid and Medicaid reimbursements for K-12 transportation services. Kim Rentner, our School Transportation subject matter expert here at Tyler, speaks with Casey Gayer. Casey currently oversees Medicaid and special education program operations for Frontline Education's partner districts nationwide. She received a BA in International Relations from UC Davis, with a focus on public policy. Casey's experience spans hundreds of districts across the country, making her a subject matter expert in both Medicaid and special education program rules and regulations. She also has experience working for a grants research firm, where she previously led a team of analysts that researched and published articles on Federal, State and foundation RFPs and congressional legislation that impacted local government funding.Tyler Technologies
Photo: Kalgan, 1868 Kalgan, the name by which the city of Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, is most known to Westerners, is a city with close to 2,000 years of history as a frontier town on the Russo-Chinese border. @Batchelorshow Xi asks Putin for help to keep the lights on. H. J. Mackinder, International Relations. #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.news.com.au/finance/economy/world-economy/xi-jinpings-power-plays-collapse-chinas-electricity-grid/news-story/8dcefd6400a409d656a7ca1d5df118cf
In episode 174 of American Reveille with James Lane, I show you what the Left is really hiding in the dark shadows of woke America. Our allies laugh at us as France calls out America's woke Socialization, Playboy just put a dude on the cover, Teen Vogue is brainwashing our kids to be socialists using woke propaganda, and America's Generals have gone woke and turned against the American people. Meanwhile, not on the mainstream news, American children are dying in Afghanistan...American Reveille Podcast releases new episodes every Sunday around 4 pm Pacific / 7 pm Eastern (give or take an hour or two).SUPPORT US:Please Help Fund the American Reveille! - http://ow.ly/9ckY50DA5c2 Newsletter - http://ow.ly/3ha850DFm0oVIDEO: YouTube - http://ow.ly/enQk50DA5bnRumble - http://ow.ly/BVx550DA573 Odysee - http://ow.ly/utOG50DA571GabTV - http://ow.ly/ejBB50EI4ThBitChute - http://ow.ly/6dnU50EI4TiAUDIO:Apple Podcasts - http://ow.ly/Nlsw50zvkUT Spotify - http://ow.ly/gOON50zPya7 iHeartRadio - http://ow.ly/Cjbm50EI4TjTuneIn - http://ow.ly/I2Pe50EI4TfDeezer - http://ow.ly/PuHK50EI4UUSOCIAL:Gab - http://ow.ly/w3kq50DA56ZGETTR - http://ow.ly/OSSd50Fp6dXParler - http://ow.ly/ZxLE50ET6DfMewe - http://ow.ly/Qqu650EIcjIAR Website - http://ow.ly/eO3g50DA5bo
The 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly ended this week in New York with little fanfare. Yet important global discussions took place in both in-person and virtual meetings. Seton Hall University's School of Diplomacy and International Relations' Dr. Catherine Tinker joins Doorstep co-hosts Nick Gvosdev and Tatiana Serafin to discuss what the media missed and how the UN still plays an important role as the "People's House" bringing nations together to solve and be accountable for transnational problems like climate change, migration, and COVID-19.
Lee Bratcher is the Executive Director for the Institute of Global Engagement at Dallas Baptist University as well as a faculty member teaching international relations and blockchain courses. Lee received a blockchain instructors certification from IBM and researches blockchain solutions in land administration. He is a Captain in the US Army reserves working as an instructor for ROTC cadets at DBU and UT Dallas. Lee was awarded a master's in International Relations from St. Mary's University and is in his fifth year as a Ph.D. candidate at UT Dallas writing a dissertation on blockchain for land administration. Prior to his transition to academia, Lee served in the military and as a police officer in the DFW area. He conducts the business operations of the Texas Blockchain Council and maintains strong relationships with members of the Texas Legislature and their staff. As the organization's president, Lee serves as an ex-officio member of all policy and legislative committees within the Texas Blockchain Council.
Modern China is seen variously as an economic powerhouse, an icon of urbanisation, a propaganda state or an aggressive superpower seeking world domination. From kung-fu to tofu, tea to trade routes, sages to silk, China has influenced cuisine, commerce, military strategy, aesthetics and philosophy across the world for thousands of years. China's history is full of heroes who are also villains, prosperous ages and violent rebellions, cultural vibrancy and censorious impulses, rebels, loyalists, dissidents and wits. The story of women in China, from the earliest warriors to twentieth-century suffragettes, is rarely told. And historical spectres of corruption and disunity, which have brought down many a mighty ruling house, continue to haunt the People's Republic today. Panel: - Linda Jaivin (Author and co-editor of the China Story Yearbook) - Dr Ruth Gamble (Lecturer, History, La Trobe University) - Professor Baogang He (Alfred Deakin Professor and Personal Chair in International Relations, Deakin University) - Dr Bec Strating (Executive Director, La Trobe Asia)(Chair) A virtual launch of Linda Jaivin's book ‘The Shortest History of China', available from Black Inc books. Recorded 28 September, 2021.
A task force of Asian scholars has developed strategic recommendations for the Biden administration on foreign policy towards Asia. Join us in our discussion with report co-chairs Dr. Kirida Bhaopichtr of the Thailand Development Research Institute, and Dr. C Raja Mohan of the National University of Singapore, and The Asia Foundation's Senior Director of International Relations, John Brandon. Read the full report: https://asiafoundation.org/publication/asian-voices-on-the-future-of-u-s-asia-relations/
Tổng thống Taneti Maamau của đảo quốc Kiribati đã bày tỏ sự thất vọng về việc thỏa thuận AUKUS đã không tham vấn gì với các đảo quốc trong vùng. Ông Taneti Maamau cho biết tin tức về một thỏa thuận chiến lược giữa Úc, Vương quốc Anh và Hoa Kỳ đến là một bất ngờ không mong muốn và ông cảm thấy các quốc đảo trong khu vực nên dự phần vào quyết định này.
This week's guest on That's How We Role podcast is Patrice Juah, an accomplished author, award-winning poet, education entrepreneur and former Miss Liberia. She is the founder of the Martha Juah Educational Foundation, based in Liberia, West Africa. The Foundation launched the Sexy-Like-A-Book initiative, designed to inspire young women and girls to improve their perspective on reading, literacy, and education. She is a firm believer in the transformative power of education. Among MANY things, Patrice is a Mandela Washington Fellow for President Obama's Young African Leaders Initiative.Patrice's desire is to motivate and empower young women by supporting local non-profit organizations to educate women on HIV/AIDs, teenage pregnancy, and education.So let's find out more about this incredible woman and her amazing accomplishments and platforms, as we welcome Patrice Juah.LINKS TO PATRICE - https://linktr.ee/p-atricejuahPatrice Juah is a Communications and International Affairs Professional. As founder of the Martha Juah Educational Foundation, she champions girls' education, leadership, and digital and information literacy through the foundation's Sexy Like A Book initiative. The initiative takes a social and academic approach to address some of the barriers to girls' education in Liberia.Patrice works to improve girls' perspectives on literacy and education by fostering creative expression and cultural awareness. Through public speaking workshops, mentorship meet-ups, and social excursions, girls not only enhance their capacity to tackle academic rigor but are equipped with the confidence and voice to write and speak about taboo topics in their communities. This approach of embedding Social Emotional Learning into girls' education empowers girls with the social-emotional skills to think critically and make informed decisions as socially conscious young leaders.Explore Sexy Like A Book's Enchanting Voices Anthology (Book One), written by the first cohort of young writers. Proceeds from the book support the provision of scholarships and educational resources to girls in rural Liberia. A second anthology, written by cohort two, will be released later in 2021.An accomplished author, award-winning poet, former Miss Liberia, and a firm believer in the transformative power of education, Patrice is a Steering Committee Member of Karanga - The Global Alliance for Social-Emotional Learning and Life Skills. She also supports the Liberia Literary Society as a board member and editor. Patrice is a Deutsche Welle Global Media Fellow, a Kistefos Scholar, and a Mandela Washington Fellow for President Obama's Young African Leaders Initiative. She holds a master's degree in International Relations from the IE School of Global and Public Affairs at IE University, in Madrid, Spain. A perpetual knowledge seeker, she has a fascination for languages and enjoys fostering global collaborations. More on Patrice's work can be found here: https://linktr.ee/p-atricejuahDonate to Sexy Like A Book here.Enchanting Voices echoes stories of a Liberia that could be but struggles in the now. It echoes stories of hope and dreams; of courage and resilience; of possibilities and a future waiting to bloom. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ThatsHowWeRole)
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow The New Russian Communist Party is not Marxist-Leninst atheism, but it is anti-Putin. H.J. Mackinder, International Relations https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2021/09/20/russian-communist-party-says-wont-recognize-moscow-e-voting-results-a75087
Now more than ever, more and more black women are breadwinners, successful entrepreneurs, and excelling financially. Along with that comes the decision, should I keep stacking and rent or drop some stacks and buy a home. Today we're chatting with superstar realtor Mindy on things to consider when looking for a home right now. Mindy is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a BA in Urban Studies, where she became a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. She has also earned a dual masters from Seton Hall University (degree MBA in International Business/MA in Diplomacy and International Relations) and a certificate in Project Management from Baruch CollegeWith over 10 years of sales consulting and coaching experience, Mindy started her Real Estate Business with the skills and ideas inspired by her experiences managing sales teams in the Telecommunication industry. Being a Sales manager was more than just inspiring a sales team to fulfill minimum quotas selling products and services for a Fortune 500 company. It was also about inspiring individuals to take control of their career development and leverage their accomplishments to create a path and the life they wanted. This is the culture and idea promoted through her business - 1 OAK Real Estate HUB (1 OF A KIND)She is licensed in multiple states and is a designated Military Relocation specialist. Throughout her career, she has developed a personal network with colleagues across the U.S. and Canada that allows her to assist anyone interested in her real estate consulting services. Her mission is to offer a personalized experience; first understanding each client's lifestyle goals and creating unique strategies that enable every client to invest in Real Estate on any level.Check out our YouTube channel and remember to subscribe!!Catch up on some of our many articles on our Blog !! Like and follow our page on Facebook, “Full-Time Black Woman” Follow us on Instagram @fulltimeblackwomanFollow us on Twitter @FTblackwoman***********************************************************************************************************BUZZSPROUT LINK:fulltimeblackwoman.com/buzzsprout/***********************************************************************************************************INSTACART LINK:
Fawn Jackson, Director of Policy and International Relations at the Canadian Cattlemen's Association, joins us this #FriYAY! Fawn talks to us about the status of the Canadian beef industry, sustainability in the cattle industry, and mentorship.
“It's part city beautiful movement, part preservation, part making the city more walkable and just creating like a nice civic space that people can enjoy.” This summer, my friend Ranajay invited me to spend a weekend in Rajpipla and promised to show me some really good buildings – not quite telling me at first that he belonged to the royal family of Rajpipla and that his ancestors had commissioned the buildings that we were going to see. We spoke extensively about patronage, culture, gentrification and urban regeneration – and there was no way I was not recording it! Ranajay Chand is a Master of Public Policy candidate at Georgetown University and has received his BA in Politics and International Relations from Royal Holloway, University of London. He has worked for the Secretary General's Envoy on Youth at the United Nations and is currently involved in the urban historic regeneration of his hometown Rajpipla in India.
Quan hệ giữa Úc và Pháp tiếp tục xấu đi theo sau các tiết lộ về thỏa thuận an ninh mới của 3 quốc gia, trong đó có Úc, Hoa Kỳ và Anh quốc, sẽ hủy bỏ khế ước đóng tàu ngầm của Úc với Pháp. Vị đại sứ Pháp được triệu hồi về nước cho SBS biết, ông bất mãn với việc thiếu thông tin từ chính phủ Morrison, liên quan đến thỏa ước AUKUS gồm 3 nước nói trên.
On September 3, 2021, Japanese Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide announced that he would not seek reelection as the president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), effectively declaring his resignation as Japan's head of government. Listen to Dr. Giulio Pugliese discuss Suga's short tenure, including his deep unpopularity due to his government's slow response to the Covid pandemic and insistence on holding the Olympics, as well as his ambitious goals towards digitization and renewable energy. Dr. Pugliese also considers Suga's position in the context of the history of the LDP and former Prime Minister Abe Shinzō's continued profound influence. Learn also about the new generation of LDP lawmakers represented by Kōno Tarō, the leading candidate to replace Suga, as well as other contenders for the party leadership position including Kishida Fumio and Takaichi Sanae. (This episode was recorded on September 15.) Dr. Pugliese is Lecturer in Japanese Politics and International Relations, Oxford School of Global and Area Studies, and Part-Time Professor in EU-Asia Studies, Robert Schuman Centre, European University Institute (EUI). The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, Asianettverket at the University of Oslo, and the Stockholm Centre for Global Asia at Stockholm University. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow Peak Putin at the Duma elections. H.J. Mackinder, International Relations. https://www.csmonitor.com/World/Europe/2021/0919/Pro-Kremlin-party-leads-State-Duma-election-in-early-results
In this episode Kai, Leo and Simon discuss the ancient Stoic approach to love and its natural course, as well as its use for the Sage. To hear the entire conversation, including the Q&A with other Patreon members who were also in attendance, go to patreon.com/simonjedrew/. About Kai Whiting: Kai Whiting is a researcher and lecturer in sustainability and Stoicism based at UCLouvain, Belgium. He Tweets @kaiwhiting and blogs over at StoicKai.com. About Leonidas Konstantakos: Leonidas Konstantakos is a PhD candidate working on Stoicism and International Relations, especially Stoic just war theory. He, along with Kai Whiting, is the co-author of “Being Better, Stoicism for a World Worth Living in”. To listen to the entire conversation (about 60 minutes extra) you can go to patreon.com/simonjedrew/ and sign up for any tier level. To register to attend any of the next conversations with Kai and Leo you can visit simonjedrew.com/patreon/ To buy Being Better — Stoicism for a World Worth Living in please visit: https://www.amazon.com/Being-Better-Stoicism-World-Living/dp/1608686930 To get coaching with Simon, go to simonjedrew.com/coaching/ To support the podcast, go to patreon.com/simonjedrew/
Alexander Konoplyasty is co-founder and General Partner at Flashpoint. Alex and his business partner, Michael Szalontay, set up the investment firm in 2012, having met during their time at Moscow State Institute of International Relations. Alex holds a degree in international economic relations and has previously worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers, Morgan Stanley, and UBS. He serves as a board member of several companies, including ivi, a Russian streaming service, and Guesty, property management software.
After the ‘End of History' is a podcast about International Relations and History. It is part of the Hawks & Sparrows project. Want more? Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon to receive bonus episodes, as well as early releases of the monthly Hawks & Sparrows newsletter. You can also follow us on Twitter @after_history. Thanks for listening,Mario and Tom ***Continuing our conversation on Turkish political history, episode 29 is our first of two discussions on Cihan Tugal's "Turkey at the Crosswords" (link below). From the early coalition of left-liberals and moderate Islamists to the Arab Spring, Mario takes listeners through the economic and political foundations of Erdogan's "first hegemonic formula." Readings for this series include: Turkey at the Crossroads by CIHAN TUĞALA Small World War by GEORGI DERLUGUIANThe New Old World by PERRY ANDERSONThe music you hear on After the End of History is provided by Jason King.
Photo:. Moscow kreml, perhaps late 1700s. @Batchelorshow What is the advantage for the Kremlin in the US-China confrontation? H. J. Mackinder, International Relations. #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.cbsnews.com/news/biden-xi-jinping-china-united-states-relationship/
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #AfterAfghanistan: Lessons learned; opportunities for Putin and the Kremlin. H.J. Mackinder, International Relations https://www.newsweek.com/vladimir-putin-says-afghanistan-catastrophe-us-west-still-have-not-learned-1625810