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The Douglas Coleman Show
The Douglas Coleman Show w_ Dan Hampton

The Douglas Coleman Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 19:04


Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Dan Hampton flew 151 combat missions during his twenty years (1986– 2006) in the United States Air Force. For his service in the Iraq War, Kosovo conflict, and first Gulf War, Col. Hampton received four Distinguished Flying Crosses with Valor, a Purple Heart, eight Air Medals with Valor, five Meritorious Service medals, and numerous other citations. He is a graduate of the USAF Fighter Weapons School, USN Top Gun School (TOGS), and USAF Special Operations School. A frequent guest analyst on CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC discussing foreign affairs, military, aviation, and intelligence issues, he has published in Aviation History, the Journal of Electronic Defense, Air Force Magazine, Vietnam magazine, and Airpower magazine, and written several classified tactical works for the USAF Weapons Review. He is the author of the national bestsellers Viper Pilot and Lords of the Sky, as well as a novel, The Mercenary. The Douglas Coleman Show now offers audio and video promotional packages for music artists as well as video promotional packages for authors. We also offer advertising. Please see our website for complete details. http://douglascolemanshow.comIf you have a comment about this episode or any other, please click the link below.https://ratethispodcast.com/douglascolemanshow

PaxEuropeana
#381 Erdogan, leverage Bosnia, Kosovo, Cyprus in NATO now

PaxEuropeana

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 14:56


#381 Erdogan, leverage Bosnia, Kosovo, Cyprus in NATO now

Apropos – der tägliche Podcast des Tages-Anzeigers
Unser Autor nimmt seit 30 Jahren Flüchtlinge auf

Apropos – der tägliche Podcast des Tages-Anzeigers

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 24:22


1990 kam die Familie Habiby aus dem Iran in der Schweiz an. 1999 flüchtete die Familie Daci vor dem Krieg im Kosovo – und heute die beiden Cousinen Kateryna und Iryna mit ihrer Tochter Katya vor dem Krieg in der Ukraine. Sie alle verbindet, dass sie bei Tamedia-Nachrichtenchef und Autor Thomas Möckli untergebracht wurden oder aktuell untergebracht sind.Thomas Möckli erzählt, wie es dazu kam, dass er über 30 Jahre drei Mal eine Flüchtlingsfamilie aufnahm. Was er in dieser Zeit über die Schweizer Mentalität gelernt hat, wie das Zusammenleben ablief und wie aus der teils spontanen Unterbringung Freundschaften entstanden, die bis heute anhalten.  Lesen Sie hier die ganze Geschichte der drei Familien: https://www.tagesanzeiger.ch/dreimal-nahm-unser-autor-gefluechtete-auf-jetzt-reden-sie-miteinander-156673442953Den Tagi 30 Tage kostenlos testen: tagiabo.ch

FM4 Reality Check Podcast
Reality Check

FM4 Reality Check Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 7:38


* Truce in Yemen: a ray of hope for peace? * Kosovo veterans found guilty in 1990's war crimes trial*

Nightlife
Children Fleeing War

Nightlife

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 51:05


In recent years, our screens have witnessed refugees from various war zones fleeing their homelands. From Rwanda, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and more recently Ukraine the imagery is especially harrowing when it features children. We explore the impact of war on children and how does trauma manifest. We chat to Dasha Brailko a Sydney based Ukranian trauma counsellor. Her hometown is Berdiansk in the south-east Ukraine - a town that's under attack from Russian troops. After a traumatic escape from Ukraine, Dasha's best friend and her family…have now made it to Sydney and are living with Dasha in her flat. We also speak to Hasan Rrahmani - media producer now based in Qatar and escaped Kosovo as a child. Finally, we speak to Ghania Dib - you escaped Tripoli in Lebanon in 1985 and Jorge Aroche CEO OF NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike
Otvoreni studio | Da li će Kosovo postati članica Saveta Evrope? Stanovnici Bafala reaguju na zločin iz mržnje - maj 17, 2022

Otvoreni studio - Podkast Glasa Amerike

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 15:29


Otvoreni studio je TV emisija Glasa Amerike koju emitujemo svakog radnog dana od 22 sata po srednje-evropskom vremenu. Uz vesti dana, gledaoci mogu da očekuju intervjue, izveštaje, analize i reportaže o ekonomskim, društvenim, naučnim i kulturnim zbivanjima u SAD, regionu i šire.

Combat Story
CS#74: Special Forces | Green Beret | Ranger | Sniper | Larry Thorne Award | MOH Museum Foundation | Darrell Utt

Combat Story

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 137:38


Today we hear the Combat Story of long-time Special Forces veteran, Ranger, and sniper Darrell Utt, who spent 26 years in the service, most of that in special operations across 10 deployments. Call to Action: For former military, government and law enforcement, if you're looking for a high paying and meaningful job, check out our Trust & Safety Institute at www.trustsafetyinstitute.com. Darrell tracked down PIFWICs (Persons Indicted for War Crimes) in Kosovo, was part of one of the craziest infils into Iraq you'll ever hear, used a honeypot to lure out an HVT, developed a devastatingly effective HUMINT network, and led countless kill/capture operations, taking down dozens of HVTs and detaining hundreds of extremists and their leaders. What's great about Darrell is that he always put himself in harm's way ahead of troops, which is not always the case. His ODA unit earned the coveted Larry Thorne award which goes to the best Special Forces unit for the work they did during one deployment to Iraq. Darrell himself earned the MG Robert T. Frederick “Top Operator” Award, which goes to the top Special Forces NCO. Since leaving the service, Darrell has taken on a role helping to build the future of the National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation, which is on a mission to deliver “education, leadership, and inspiring spaces for learning and reflection, to preserve, share, and harness the stories, lives, and impact of Medal of Honor recipients.” I couldn't imagine anyone better to represent the stories and lives of our Medal of Honor brethren than Darrell. I hope you enjoy this interview chalked full of creative and gut-wrenching combat stories as much as I did. Find Darrell Online: National Medal of Honor Museum https://mohmuseum.org/ Find Ryan Online: Trust & Safety Institute - Jobs/Careers, News, Training, Policies Patreon Community Combat Story Merch Ryan's Linktree Instagram @combatstory Learn more about Ryan Intro Song: Sport Rock from Audio Jungle Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 0:47 - Guest Introduction (Darrell Utt) 2:28 – Introducing The Trust & Safety Institute 3:17 - Interview begins 7:04 – Growing up in West Virginia from humble beginnings 13:16 – The significance of Camp Dawson training center in West Virginia 17:02 – Wanting to join the Marines and what led him to the Army 24:23 – Joining in 1990 as Light Infantry and feeling like he was missing out on Gulf War 27:36 – Tracking down PIFWICs (Persons Indicted for War Crimes) in Kosovo 39:04 - The transition into Special Forces ODA 42:52 - Combat Story #1 - Operation Ugly Baby in Iraq 59:58 - Combat Story #2 - Operation Thor's Hammer 1:16:04 - Combat Story #3 - Darrell's “Happy to Be Alive” day story 1:49:30 - Combat Story #4 - Toughest day in Adhamiya ,Iraq in 2006 1:56:09 - Combat Story #5 - Carnage and violence in Adhamiya in 2007 1:59:49 - His work today with The Medal of Honor Foundation 2:07:08 - What did you carry into combat? 2:08:37 - Would you do it again? 2:11:28 - Help connect those who served with meaningful and great paying jobs after service 2:14:08 - Listener comments and shout outs

Combat Story
CS#74: Special Forces | Green Beret | Ranger | Sniper | MOH Museum Foundation | Darrell Utt

Combat Story

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 137:39


Today we hear the Combat Story of long-time Special Forces veteran, Ranger, and sniper Darrell Utt, who spent 26 years in the service, most of that in special operations across 10 deployments.Call to Action: For former military, government and law enforcement, if you're looking for a high paying and meaningful job, check out our Trust & Safety Institute at www.trustsafetyinstitute.com.Darrell tracked down PIFWICs (Persons Indicted for War Crimes) in Kosovo, was part of one of the craziest infils into Iraq you'll ever hear, used a honeypot to lure out an HVT, developed a devastatingly effective HUMINT network, and led countless kill/capture operations, taking down dozens of HVTs and detaining hundreds of extremists and their leaders.What's great about Darrell is that he always put himself in harm's way ahead of troops, which is not always the case. His ODA unit earned the coveted Larry Thorne award which goes to the best Special Forces unit for the work they did during one deployment to Iraq. Darrell himself earned the MG Robert T. Frederick “Top Operator” Award, which goes to the top Special Forces NCO.Since leaving the service, Darrell has taken on a role helping to build the future of the National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation, which is on a mission to deliver “education, leadership, and inspiring spaces for learning and reflection, to preserve, share, and harness the stories, lives, and impact of Medal of Honor recipients.”I couldn't imagine anyone better to represent the stories and lives of our Medal of Honor brethren than Darrell. I hope you enjoy this interview chalked full of creative and gut-wrenching combat stories as much as I did.Find Darrell Online:- National Medal of Honor Museum https://mohmuseum.org/Find Ryan Online:- To support Combat Story and get exclusive insights, head to Patreon www.patreon.com/combatstory- Ryan's Linktree https://linktr.ee/combatstory- Merch https://www.bonfire.com/store/combatstory/- Instagram @combatstory https://www.instagram.com/combatstory- Facebook @combatstoryofficial https://fb.me/combatstoryofficial- Send us messages at https://m.me/combatstoryofficial- Email ryan@combatstory.com- Learn more about Ryan www.combatstory.com/aboutus- Intro Song: Sport Rock from Audio JungleShow Notes:0:00 - Intro0:47 - Guest Introduction (Darrell Utt)2:28 – Introducing The Trust & Safety Institute3:17 - Interview begins7:04 – Growing up in West Virginia from humble beginnings13:16 – The significance of Camp Dawson training center in West Virginia17:02 – Wanting to join the Marines and what led him to the Army24:23 – Joining in 1990 as Light Infantry and feeling like he was missing out on Gulf War27:36 – Tracking down PIFWICs (Persons Indicted for War Crimes) in Kosovo39:04 - The transition into Special Forces ODA42:52 - Combat Story #1 - Operation Ugly Baby in Iraq59:58 - Combat Story #2 - Operation Thor's Hammer1:16:04 - Combat Story #3 - Darrell's “Happy to Be Alive” day story1:49:30 - Combat Story #4 - Toughest day in Adhamiya ,Iraq in 20061:56:09 - Combat Story #5 - Carnage and violence in Adhamiya in 20071:59:49 - His work today with The Medal of Honor Foundation2:07:08 - What did you carry into combat?2:08:37 - Would you do it again?2:11:28 - Help connect those who served with meaningful and great paying jobs after service2:14:08 - Listener comments and shout outs

Vajza & Gra
Our Interview With Comedian Kristina Narkaj

Vajza & Gra

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 61:40


Thank you for listening! Make sure to show support to the podcast by giving 5 stars and leaving a review! You can also watch the full episode of this podcast on our YouTube channel where Albanian subtitles will be provided. YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZB9EcM3Dd3f_qQ8w48X5Iw*If you would like to be featured on the podcast feel free to email us at vajzaandgra@gmail.com*If you would like to be a guest, either via phone call or submission to our email, you have the liberty of being COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS. We will give you the opportunity to tell and frame your story however you may like only interjecting to ask for further detail on a subject or aspect of the story. Names and locations of the story can and may be changed to protect the identities of those involved!!*Vajza & Gra instagram- https://www.instagram.com/vajzaandgra/Dita's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/ditabands/Dajanas Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/dajanakorcari/

Das war der Tag - Deutschlandfunk
Kosovo stellt Antrag auf Mitgliedschaft im Europarat - Serbien droht mit harsch

Das war der Tag - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 1:20


Verenkotte, Clemenswww.deutschlandfunk.de, Das war der TagDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

InterNational
La Serbie se fâche (un peu) avec la Russie

InterNational

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 3:16


durée : 00:03:16 - La chronique d'Anthony Bellanger - par : Anthony BELLANGER - En évoquant l'indépendance du Kosovo, Vladimir Poutine a déchaîné la presse tabloïd serbe sur l'air de la trahison. Est-ce sincère ou le produit d'un calcul à trois bandes.

Histoires du monde
La Serbie se fâche (un peu) avec la Russie

Histoires du monde

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 3:16


durée : 00:03:16 - La chronique d'Anthony Bellanger - par : Anthony BELLANGER - En évoquant l'indépendance du Kosovo, Vladimir Poutine a déchaîné la presse tabloïd serbe sur l'air de la trahison. Est-ce sincère ou le produit d'un calcul à trois bandes.

Wolfgang Wee Uncut
Kjetil Hatlebrekke | Etterretning, E-tjenesten, Sikkerhetspolitikk, Ukraina, Rekruttering, Informasjonsflommen, Induksjonsproblemet, 9/11, Gresk Filosofi, Hemmelighold, Signal vs Støy

Wolfgang Wee Uncut

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 281:01


Wolfgang Wee Uncut #261: Kjetil Hatlebrekke er fagdirektør i Etterretningstjenesten, har tjenestegjort i Forsvaret siden 1990, har operativ erfaring fra Bosnia, Kosovo, Midtøsten og Afghanistan. Han er også tildelt Etterretningstjenestens fortjenestemedalje. #wolfgangweeuncut Se hele episoden her: https://youtu.be/Q6eNy4wVOa4Temaer: Etterretning, E-tjenesten, Sikkerhetspolitikk, Ukraina, Rekruttering, Informasjonsflommen, Induksjonsproblemet, 9/11, Filosofi, Hemmelighold, Signal vs Støy, +++ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

War & Peace
S3 Episode 17: Changing Dynamics in the Western Balkans

War & Peace

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 23:41


The Western Balkans, a region defined in part by not being in the European Union, also contains several countries that were devastated by war in the 1990s. Now it faces new troubles, driven in part by the legacies of the old. Bosnia and Herzegovina is confronted with calls for secession in the autonomous Serb-dominated region, Republika Srpska, as well as the ongoing electoral grievances of its Croat minority. Meanwhile, efforts to resolve Kosovo's dispute with Serbia over its independence have come to a standstill, leaving minority communities on both sides of the border vulnerable.This week on War & Peace, Olga Oliker talks to Marko Prelec, Crisis Group's Consulting Senior Analyst for the Balkans, about why ethnic tensions persist in the region and whether there is any risk of a return to conflict. They discuss the prospects for European integration, asking whether the promise of EU membership remains an effective incentive for resolving these longstanding disputes. They also consider what impact Russia's invasion of Ukraine has had for stability in the Western Balkans, a region where painful memories of war are still very salient today.For more of Crisis Group's analysis, make sure to check out our Balkans regional page and keep an eye out for our upcoming report on the risk of instability in the Western Balkans. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Fidelis Leadership Podcast
Season 5 - Episode 77: Mark McKearn

Fidelis Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 51:16


Mark is a retired U.S. Army Colonel with 30 years of active service and extensive leadership experience--both leading soldiers in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as peacekeeping operations in Kosovo and spearheaded U.S. humanitarian relief operations in Austria and Pakistan following natural disasters. Mark McKearn is a Senior Business Strategist for Generational Consulting Group. He is also a Vistage CEO Group Chair providing leadership and coaching for CEOs of small business entrepreneurs and middle market companies. Learn more here Find him on LinkedIn

The Documentary Podcast
Ukraine mine clearance

The Documentary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 23:37


Ukrainians have been living with the horrors of war, amid attacks from Russian troops, for more than two months. We hear from three Ukrainian women who have decided to take on a dangerous task, to try and make their country safer. They each decided to do an 18-day training course in Kosovo to learn how to clear landmines. We also cross into Moldova, which is the smallest of seven countries bordering Ukraine. It has taken in more than 437,000 Ukrainian refugees. There have been concerns that its breakaway Russian-controlled region of Transnistria could be where Russia moves in next.

Weltzeit - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Albaner und Serben im Kosovo - Lichtblicke jenseits großer Politik

Weltzeit - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 23:36


In der großen Politik herrscht zwischen Serben und Albanern im Kosovo nur Streit, Missgunst und Misstrauen. Doch die Menschen sehnen sich nach Frieden. Manche erinnern sich an das Miteinander vor den Jugoslawien-Kriegen und knüpfen daran an.Von Christoph Kerstingwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, WeltzeitDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Tagesschau (Audio-Podcast)
04.05.2022 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr

Tagesschau (Audio-Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 15:38


Themen der Sendung: EU-Kommission legt konkrete Pläne für Öl-Embargo gegen Russland vor, Russland beschießt Infrastruktur im Westen der Ukraine, Bundesregierung sichert Ukraine Unterstützung zu, Steinmeier besucht östlichen NATO-Partner Rumänien, EU-Perspektiven für Serbien und Kosovo, Verkehrsminister der Länder beraten Details zum Start des 9-Euro-Tickets, Bundesweit Streiks in Kitas und Ganztagsschulen, US-Notenbank erhöht Leitzins um 0,5 Prozentpunkte, Forderung nach mehr Nachhaltigkeit bei Umweltpolitik, Das Wetter

Tagesschau (512x288)
04.05.2022 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr

Tagesschau (512x288)

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 15:38


Themen der Sendung: EU-Kommission legt konkrete Pläne für Öl-Embargo gegen Russland vor, Russland beschießt Infrastruktur im Westen der Ukraine, Bundesregierung sichert Ukraine Unterstützung zu, Steinmeier besucht östlichen NATO-Partner Rumänien, EU-Perspektiven für Serbien und Kosovo, Verkehrsminister der Länder beraten Details zum Start des 9-Euro-Tickets, Bundesweit Streiks in Kitas und Ganztagsschulen, US-Notenbank erhöht Leitzins um 0,5 Prozentpunkte, Forderung nach mehr Nachhaltigkeit bei Umweltpolitik, Das Wetter

Tagesschau (320x240)
04.05.2022 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr

Tagesschau (320x240)

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 15:38


Themen der Sendung: EU-Kommission legt konkrete Pläne für Öl-Embargo gegen Russland vor, Russland beschießt Infrastruktur im Westen der Ukraine, Bundesregierung sichert Ukraine Unterstützung zu, Steinmeier besucht östlichen NATO-Partner Rumänien, EU-Perspektiven für Serbien und Kosovo, Verkehrsminister der Länder beraten Details zum Start des 9-Euro-Tickets, Bundesweit Streiks in Kitas und Ganztagsschulen, US-Notenbank erhöht Leitzins um 0,5 Prozentpunkte, Forderung nach mehr Nachhaltigkeit bei Umweltpolitik, Das Wetter

The Art Of Coaching
E220 | Kim Scott: Just Work

The Art Of Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 55:59


What would we be able to accomplish if our teams, cultures and companies encouraged people to give each other feedback with radical candor, speak up when wronged and challenge colleagues and supervisors to think differently? What would happen if we were able to recognize, attack and eliminate workplace injustice and “just work”?    On today's episode we talk to Kim Scott, author of Just Work: Get *t Done Fast and Fair as well as Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity. Kim co-founded two companies that help organizations put the ideas in her books into practice. She's also been a CEO coach at Dropbox, Qualtrics, Twitter, and other tech companies and held leadership roles at Apple and Google. Earlier in her career she managed a pediatric clinic in Kosovo and started a diamond-cutting factory in Moscow.   We discuss:  How to give and receive difficult feedback  Best hiring practices (how to set checks and balances) Using improv as a way to scenario plan for hard conversations When and why it's okay to get communication wrong   Connect with Kim: Via her books: Radical Candor & Just Work  Via Instagram: @kimmalonescott  Via Twitter: @kimballscott Via her website: https://kimmalonescott.com/just-work   Despite her international acclaim for work in these areas, Kim agrees these skills can't be learned by just reading her books. Like any leadership or interpersonal skills, they must be practiced in real time in the presence of others.    That's why we created The Apprenticeship communication workshop- so coaches and leaders could be around people from different backgrounds and professions, step outside of their own environment and get reps giving and getting feedback and having hard conversations. Check out our upcoming events at artofcoaching.com/apprenticeship.    Support for today's episode comes from Dynamic Fitness & Strength. Dynamic offers the highest quality strength and conditioning equipment designed just for you, your space and your budget. Whether you're looking to outfit your college, high school or professional gym or even just your garage, check out our friends at Dynamic and tell them Team AoC sent you! If you've ever wanted an opportunity to provide more value to others, share your story and sharpen your ability to connect with a crowd, the Art of Coaching Speaker School kicks off May 28th in Atlanta, GA. Just a few spots remain! Check out all the details at artofcoaching.com/speaker.

Émotions
Peut-on vivre avec la guerre ? (2/2)

Émotions

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 35:27


Descendre dans l'abri anti-aérien, quitter sa maison en emportant ce qu'on peut sous le bras, laisser derrière soi une partie de sa famille… En Europe, on pensait ces images réservées aux livres d'histoire. Mais c'est une perspective occidentalo-centrée. Ailleurs, les conflits armés se succèdent. Quel est leur impact émotionnel ? Se transmet-il ? Peut-on apprendre à vivre avec la guerre ? Et après, comment se reconstruire, si c'est possible ?Dans cet épisode, la journaliste et autrice Prune Antoine nous fait entendre 7 témoignages, de personnes dont la vie a été bouleversée par des conflits armés. Celui de Tatiana Kozak à Kiev ; journaliste de guerre, c'est la première fois que le conflit qu'elle couvre la touche directement. Celui de Jacqueline, sa grande-tante ayant vécu l'Occupation de ses 7 à 11 ans. Celui d'Anas Modamani, réfugié syrien suspendu au sort de l'Ukraine, estimant que nous devrions tous nous informer sur toutes les guerres, “même celles dont personne ne s'occupe”. Celui de Yaël Reuveny, une réalisatrice de documentaires qui a grandi à Jérusalem. Lorsqu'un bus explose devant ses yeux à 17 ans, elle réalise que la guerre, même cachée, reste une guerre. Celui d'Anne Thoma, une documentariste allemande qui mentionne l'aspect genré de la guerre et s'intéresse à l'impact actuel de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Celui de Lassana Diomande, ayant quitté la Côte d'Ivoire en proie à une guerre civile pour Berlin, au prix d'un périple de près de 4 ans. Celui de Jetmir Idrizi, photographe kosovar. Il était adolescent lorsqu'il a été témoin de l'épuration ethnique menée par Slobodan Milosevic au Kosovo en 1999. Il est retourné dans son pays, pour construire l'après.Pour aller plus loin :L'article de William Broyles Jr, Why Men Love War?, Esquire Magazine, 1984Les documentaires de Yaël Reuveny, Farewell Herr Schwarz, 2014 et Promised Land, 2021. Le documentaire d'Anne Thomas, Miles & War, 2013Le site du photographe Jetmir Idrizi L'ouvrage de Sabine Bode, Kriegsenkel : Die Erben der vergessenen Generation, 2013L'ouvrage de Prune Antoine, L'heure d'été, 2019Si cet épisode vous a plu et que vous vous intéressez à la transmission générationnelle des traumatismes liés à la guerre, nous vous recommandons l'écoute de “Comment les émotions de nos ancêtres nous construisent-elles ?” un ancien épisode d'Adèle Salmon disponible ici.Émotions est un podcast de Louie Media présenté par Brune Bottero. Cet épisode a été tourné et monté par Prune Antoine. Marine Quéméré en a fait la réalisation. Chris Schmelzer s'est occupé de la prise de son. Jean-Baptiste Aubonnet a fait le mixage de cet épisode. Le générique a été composé par Nicolas de Gélis. Marie-Lou Arnould étaient en charge de la production de cet épisode, accompagnée de Marie Koyouo. La supervision éditoriale était assurée par Maureen Wilson.La retranscription de cet épisode est bientôt disponible.Suivez Louie Media sur Instagram, Facebook, Twitter.Et si vous souhaitez soutenir Louie, n'hésitez pas à vous abonner au Club. Vous y trouverez des bonus, une newsletter, des masterclass, des rencontres avec l'équipe, et bien plus. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

Émotions
Peut-on vivre avec la guerre ? (1/2)

Émotions

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 36:53


Descendre dans l'abri anti-aérien, quitter sa maison en emportant ce qu'on peut sous le bras, laisser derrière soi une partie de sa famille… En Europe, on pensait ces images réservées aux livres d'histoire. Mais c'est une perspective occidentalo-centrée. Ailleurs, les conflits armés se succèdent. Quel est leur impact émotionnel ? Se transmet-il ? Peut-on apprendre à vivre avec la guerre ? Et après, comment se reconstruire, si c'est possible ?Dans cet épisode, la journaliste et autrice Prune Antoine nous fait entendre 7 témoignages, de personnes dont la vie a été bouleversée par des conflits armés. Celui de Tatiana Kozak à Kiev ; journaliste de guerre, c'est la première fois que le conflit qu'elle couvre la touche directement. Celui de Jacqueline, sa grande-tante ayant vécu l'Occupation de ses 7 à 11 ans. Celui d'Anas Modamani, réfugié syrien suspendu au sort de l'Ukraine, estimant que nous devrions tous nous informer sur toutes les guerres, “même celles dont personne ne s'occupe”. Celui de Yaël Reuveny, une réalisatrice de documentaires qui a grandi à Jérusalem. Lorsqu'un bus explose devant ses yeux à 17 ans, elle réalise que la guerre, même cachée, reste une guerre. Celui d'Anne Thoma, une documentariste allemande qui mentionne l'aspect genré de la guerre et s'intéresse à l'impact actuel de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Celui de Lassana Diomande, ayant quitté la Côte d'Ivoire en proie à une guerre civile pour Berlin, au prix d'un périple de près de 4 ans. Celui de Jetmir Idrizi, photographe kosovar. Il était adolescent lorsqu'il a été témoin de l'épuration ethnique menée par Slobodan Milosevic au Kosovo en 1999. Il est retourné dans son pays, pour construire l'après.Pour aller plus loin :L'article de William Broyles Jr, Why Men Love War?, Esquire Magazine, 1984Les documentaires de Yaël Reuveny, Farewell Herr Schwarz, 2014 et Promised Land, 2021. Le documentaire d'Anne Thomas, Miles & War, 2013Le site du photographe Jetmir Idrizi L'ouvrage de Sabine Bode, Kriegsenkel : Die Erben der vergessenen Generation, 2013L'ouvrage de Prune Antoine, L'heure d'été, 2019Si cet épisode vous a plu et que vous vous intéressez à la transmission générationnelle des traumatismes liés à la guerre, nous vous recommandons l'écoute de “Comment les émotions de nos ancêtres nous construisent-elles ?” un ancien épisode d'Adèle Salmon disponible ici.Émotions est un podcast de Louie Media présenté par Brune Bottero. Cet épisode a été tourné et monté par Prune Antoine. Marine Quéméré en a fait la réalisation. Chris Schmelzer s'est occupé de la prise de son. Jean-Baptiste Aubonnet a fait le mixage de cet épisode. Le générique a été composé par Nicolas de Gélis. Marie-Lou Arnould étaient en charge de la production de cet épisode, accompagnée de Marie Koyouo. La supervision éditoriale était assurée par Maureen Wilson.La retranscription de cet épisode est bientôt disponible.Suivez Louie Media sur Instagram, Facebook, Twitter.Et si vous souhaitez soutenir Louie, n'hésitez pas à vous abonner au Club. Vous y trouverez des bonus, une newsletter, des masterclass, des rencontres avec l'équipe, et bien plus. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

The History of Yugoslav Football Podcast
Episode Seventy Six - Bombs Over Belgrade Part One

The History of Yugoslav Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 30:21


After Slovenia came Croatia. After Croatia came Bosnia. After Bosnia would come Kosovo.

Vajza & Gra
Why Do Albanians Dismiss Mental Illness?

Vajza & Gra

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 70:19


Thank you for listening! Make sure to show support to the podcast by giving 5 stars and leaving a review! You can also watch the full episode of this podcast on our YouTube channel where Albanian subtitles will be provided. YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZB9EcM3Dd3f_qQ8w48X5Iw*If you would like to be featured on the podcast feel free to email us at vajzaandgra@gmail.com*If you would like to be a guest, either via phone call or submission to our email, you have the liberty of being COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS. We will give you the opportunity to tell and frame your story however you may like only interjecting to ask for further detail on a subject or aspect of the story. Names and locations of the story can and may be changed to protect the identities of those involved!!*Vajza & Gra instagram- https://www.instagram.com/vajzaandgra/Dita's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/ditabands/Dajanas Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/dajanakorcari/

Bagklog på P1
Bagklog: David Trads - 30. apr 2022

Bagklog på P1

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 114:07


Hver lørdag får Bagklog på P1 besøg af en gæst, der giver ugens nyheder med grovfilen og sætter dem i et skarpt og ofte satirisk lys. Denne uges gæst er debattør, forfatter og journalist David Trads. Blandt emnerne: Asylansøgerne skal sendes til Rwanda og de udvisningsdømte til fængsler i Kosovo. Hvem ellers skal vi udlicitere til udlandet? Politikerne vil give hjælpepakker til pensionister, til pendlere med egen bil og måske også til de studerende. Men hvad med dem, der ikke er nogens kernevælgere? Elon Musk vil købe Twitter. Er der virkelig slet ikke noget godt at sige om det? Vært: Julie Toft. bagklog@dr.dk

RøverRadion
Soldaten og Røvern

RøverRadion

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 35:50


#S6E13. Det er vanlig å sammenlikne aktive kriminelle med soldater. Media snakker for eksempel om gjengkrig, og fremstiller de ulike partene som grupperinger som kjemper for sitt område. Men hvor likt er livet på gata det egentlige soldatlivet? For å finne ut av dette har Røverne i Eidsberg fengsel invitert inn Sersjantmajor Rune Wenneberg. Han har studert militærfag og har vært kompanisjef i Telemark Bataljonen og har deltatt i militære operasjoner i Libanon, Bosnia, Kosovo, Irak og Afghanistan.Musikken i RøverRadions podkast er laga av Trond Kallevåg.RøverRadion er en veldedig organisasjon. Følg oss på Twitter, Facebook og Instagram, og gå på Røverhuset.no for å finne ut hvordan du kan støtte.

FM4 Reality Check Podcast
Thursday 28th

FM4 Reality Check Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 13:15


* US changing stance towards Russia * Serbia angry at Russia's Kosovo comments * The importance of language in describing refugees *

PaxEuropeana
#376 Digital Kosovo Interview Gazmend Selmani

PaxEuropeana

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 14:17


#376 Digital Kosovo Interview Gazmend Selmani

Reportage International
Guerre en Ukraine: à Zaporijia, l'hôpital militaire fait face à l'afflux de combattants blessés

Reportage International

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 2:19


En Ukraine, sur le front Sud aussi, les Ukrainiens se préparent aux attaques russes. À Zaporijia, sur le fleuve Dniepr, l'hôpital militaire était encore récemment débordé par l'afflux de combattants blessés au front. Face à l'arsenal déployé par les forces russes, les équipes ont dû s'adapter rapidement. De nos envoyées spéciales à Zaporijia, Après des jours difficiles, le calme est un peu revenu à l'hôpital militaire de Zaporijia. Au Sud, le front est toujours actif sur la rivière du Dniepr et l'hôpital est à portée de tirs des canons russes, nous explique le docteur Yurii, chirurgien. Ici, nous sommes à moins de 50 km du front. Les blessés les plus graves sont amenés dans cette salle de réanimation d'abord. Comme vous voyez, on a calfeutré les fenêtres pour sécuriser les lieux. On évite de laisser les blessés ici trop longtemps. C'est trop risqué. Le plus souvent, une fois leur état stabilisé, on les emmène dans des hôpitaux civils plus au nord. Hier et aujourd'hui, on a reçu beaucoup moins de blessés. Peut-être parce que c'est Pâques… L'État de Stepan prouve qu'il n'y a pas eu de trêve dans les combats en ce jour de fête. Le jeune soldat vient d'arriver du Donbass, essoufflé par la douleur. « C'était hier dans la région de Donetsk… Je ne connaissais pas l'endroit », dit-il. « Un tir provenant d'un tank russe a touché notre position. L'obus est tombé tout près de nous. Notre commandant était là. C'était la confusion parce que notre casemate s'est effondrée sur nous. Je m'en sors avec des contusions et mon dos a tout pris. À côté de moi, un camarade a eu la jambe amputée. Il n'a pas survécu. » ► À lire aussi : Ukraine: à l'hôpital de Zaporijia, chaque jour de nouveaux blessés du front « 90 % des blessés le sont par des tirs d'artillerie » Si les méthodes offensives de la Russie ne sont pas toujours neuves, les équipes de soin ont dû s'adapter à une nouvelle typologie de blessures infligées aux combattants. « Jusqu'ici, plus de 90% des blessures étaient causées par des sources diverses comme des snipers, des explosions de mines, des lésions résultant des blasts, c'est-à-dire l'effet de souffle des déflagrations », explique Le lieutenant-colonel Viktor Pysanko, directeur de l'hôpital militaire. « Aujourd'hui, 90% des blessés le sont par des tirs d'artillerie. Les Russes en font un usage massif pour tenter de pousser nos lignes. C'est la vieille méthode déjà éprouvée en Afghanistan, en Tchétchénie. Ils couvrent tout avec leur artillerie puis essaie de pousser ensuite avec leur infanterie. On a donc dû adapter le soutien médical sur le front en conséquence. » Ce parachutiste, ayant servi au Kosovo et dans le Kivu a fait jouer son réseau de contacts pour développer l'usage de la télémédecine. Des États-Unis, à la France, en passant par Israël, plusieurs ont répondu à l'appel du jeune officier.

Orientering
Orientering: Rusland lukker for gassen - 27. apr 2022

Orientering

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 110:01


Russiske Gazprom har lukket for gassen til Polen og Bulgarien. Det er en moralsk sejr for Putin, som fremstår som den stærke mand - i hvert fald over for de lande, der støtter ham, eller som prøver at forholde sig neutrale. Vi ser nærmere på, hvad det betyder, at Rusland lukker for de vigtige gashaner, ikke kun for Polen og Bulgarien, men også for resten af EU. På Christiansborg forhandles der nu om økonomisk hjælp til borgere, der er hårdt ramt af stigende priser. Mange politikere vil gerne hjælpe mange borgere. Men hvem skal have økonomisk assistance? Og er det klogt at åbne statskassen, blot fordi priserne stiger? Justitsminister Nick Hækkerup har underskrevet den traktat, som sikrer, at Danmark kan leje 300 fængselspladser i Kosovo, som skal bruges til udvisningsdømte kriminelle. Men det er ikke det eneste land uden for EU, som Danmark samarbejder med - regeringen forhandler også med Rwanda, om at kunne sende flygtninge og asylansøgere til det østafrikanske land. Værter er Mathias Bay Lynggaard og Astrid Berg, dagens redaktør er Tine Møller Sørensen. www.dr.dk/orientering

Euradio
Aujourd'hui en Europe - Mardi 26 avril

Euradio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 5:30


L'essentiel de l'actualité européenne du jour : Conflit en Ukraine : le secrétaire général de l'ONU en mission à Moscou et Kiev Accord "historique" sur les services numériques Tensions à la frontière entre la Serbie et le Kosovo

Management Muse
Transitions With Nate Self: Finding Yourself Is So Yesterday

Management Muse

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 43:33


Transitions are tough, even if you are a war hero. In this episode of Management Muse, former U.S. Army Special Operations (Ranger) officer and founder of the management consulting firm Praevius Group, Nate Self, talks about the most challenging transitions in his life, and shares his advice for more smoothly navigating work and home transitions. Episode Highlights Transitions can be: Structured or unstructured, abrupt or deliberate, and voluntary or involuntary. When possible, try to consider the complexities of transitions before making them. Abrupt and involuntary transitions are often particularly jarring. Group membership and other external resources, such as family, communities, religion, hobbies, etc, can provide critical support and stability during transitions. Timestamps [1:43] Nate gives examples of different types of transitions, including structured vs. unstructured, abrupt vs. deliberate, and voluntary vs. involuntary. [6:25] Nate talks about the importance of considering the challenges and complexities of transitions before making them. [9:50] Nate describes the value of considering important relationships during transitions. [13:26] Nate shares recommendations for managers, leaders, and organizations to help individuals make good transitions. [20:03] Geoff describes multiple role theory, and how it relates to transitions. [30:29] Cindi shares an example of how one person's transition can spur transitions for people close to them. [36:44] Geoff notes that managers are often the instigators of abrupt change for other people, and Nate shares how managers can blunt some of the counterproductive impacts of fast change. [39:15] The group discusses final transition advice for managers. Episode Quotes “The number one thing that's at stake in your transitions is the relationships that you have. I think it's the most important part of our lives. Our jobs are typically the source of most of our transitions… But there are some transitions that are relationship-based, and those are the most painful ones. Sometimes, when we change roles or we change jobs, we unknowingly have collateral damage in our relationships. So, that's one of the things I would want to emphasize: You have to account for your relationships first.” -Nate Self “People have a tendency, when they feel uncertainty, to just make a decision, even if it's a bad decision, because they just want to get out of uncertainty. Discipline yourself not to do that. Live with uncertainty and get yourself in a better spot.” – Cindi Baldi About Nate Self Nate is a former U.S. Army officer and founder of the Praevius Group Nate graduated from West Point with honors and served on active duty in Germany, Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq. Nate speaks extensively on the topics of transition and personal growth, and he lives in Central Texas with his wife and four children. Resources Ashforth, Blake. Role transitions in organizational life: An identity-based perspective. Routledge, 2000. Kyprianides, A., M. J. Easterbrook, and R. Brown. "Group identities benefit well-being by satisfying needs." Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 84 (2019): 103836. Brook, Amara T., Julie Garcia, and Monique A. Fleming. "The effects of multiple identities on psychological well-being." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34.12 (2008): 1588-1600. https://culsure.com/coaching/ https://ondemandleadership.com/executive-team-building/ https://managementmuse.com/

About Abroad
Building the digital nomad visas in Greece, Dubai & Albania with the founder of the digital nomad association

About Abroad

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 56:38


Erkan Munishi steps out from behind the scenes today and shares a bit of his story with us, which takes us from war torn Kosovo to building digital nomad visas alongside multiple governments around the world. Erkan became a world traveler at a young age as a refugee, and this experience propelled him into the digital nomad world, which eventually led him to working with politicians to create visas to attract remote knowledge workers to their countries. We focused on the details of these visas in Dubai, Greece and Albania today, as well as his work as the founder of the Digital Nomad Association, and the upcoming Digital Nomad Expo. Follow Erkan's works at www.consultdemy.com and www.dn-expo.com, LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/emunishi/ and on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/_erkannm/ If you're enjoying the podcast, please consider taking 2 minutes to leave a short review at: RateThisPodcast.com/aboutabroad Sign up for our monthly newsletter at: aboutabroad.com/newsletter This season is brought to you by Insured Nomads. They are absolutely the best when it comes to providing health, travel, medical insurance for nomads, expats, and all forms of world travelers. You can visit their website at InsuredNomads.com or connect with them on LinkedIn.

Vajza & Gra
Dating As an Albanian Girl

Vajza & Gra

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 45:54


Thank you for listening! Make sure to show support to the podcast by giving 5 stars and leaving a review! You can also watch the full episode of this podcast on our YouTube channel where Albanian subtitles will be provided. YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZB9EcM3Dd3f_qQ8w48X5Iw*If you would like to be featured on the podcast feel free to email us at vajzaandgra@gmail.com*If you would like to be a guest, either via phone call or submission to our email, you have the liberty of being COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS. We will give you the opportunity to tell and frame your story however you may like only interjecting to ask for further detail on a subject or aspect of the story. Names and locations of the story can and may be changed to protect the identities of those involved!!*Vajza & Gra instagram- https://www.instagram.com/vajzaandgra/Dita's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/ditabands/Dajanas Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/dajanakorcari/

The American Warrior Show
Show # 292: Master Sergeant (Retired) Zevon Lee Durham

The American Warrior Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 131:00


On today's Coffee with Rich, we will be joined by Zee Durham.   Master Sergeant (Retired) Zevon Lee Durham aka “Zee” served as an Infantryman for his first 6 years in the US Army with the 1st Battalion, 187th Infantry Rakkasans out of Ft. Campbell, KY. While there, he held the position of machine gunner, fire team leader, squad leader, and recon team leader. During this time frame, Zee deployed to Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq. After being selected and attending the Special Forces Qualification Course at Ft. Bragg, NC., Zee was assigned to 5th Special Forces Group Airborne as an 18C (Engineer Sergeant), again at Ft. Campbell where he finished his career. Within 5th SFG(A), Zee was assigned to the Group's lone Direct Action and Hostage Rescue specialty company with the designation of A/1/5 that is reserved for Green Beret elite. There, Zee held the position of SF Engineer Sgt, Senior Engineer Sgt, Cell Leader, Team Sgt, and Battalion S-3 Operations Sgt.   While in Special Forces, Zee deployed 6 times to various locations in the Middle East with all of them being combat deployments except 2. During these deployments, Zee worked with hundreds of soldiers in the elite forces of these various countries. Zee taught them, trained them, and fought beside them in order to accomplish the mission successfully. Zee is currently a firearms and defensive tactics/ Combatives instructor that focuses on coaching others to have the ability and composure to face, subdue, or eliminate a violent threat.   • Jiu Jitsu blackbelt from Coach Ray Casias (Zenith BJJ). • Amateur and professional experience as an MMA fighter •  Husband to Ashley •  Father of 5 •  Grandfather of 2 •  Loves chocolate   Coffee with Rich Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rhodieusmc/videos American Warrior Show: https://americanwarriorshow.com/index.html SWAG: https://shop.americanwarriorsociety.com/ American Warrior Society please visit: https://americanwarriorsociety.com/

.think atlantic
Pardon our French: French Foreign Policy with Isabelle Lasserre

.think atlantic

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 42:57


In this episode of .think atlantic, IRI's Thibault Muzergues is joined by Isabelle Lasserre to talk about French foreign policy. Isabelle Lasserre is a journalist and the deputy editor of Le Figaro's international coverage. A former war reporter, she was awarded the Diplomatic Press Prize in 1999 for her reporting on conflict in Kosovo and the Caucasus. Her latest book, Macron the Disruptor: The Foreign Policy of an Antisystem President, was published in January 2022. How does the French foreign policy establishment view the world? What are France's international interests? In what areas of French foreign policy has Macron been the most disruptive? What has Macron tried to achieve with Russia? Has Macron's attempt to center France in European policy succeeded? Has French foreign policy failed in Eastern Mediterranean and in Africa? What opportunities does France have to change the dynamics in those regions? What is the future of Franco-American relations? Find answers to these questions and more as France decides its presidential election. Find Isabelle Lassere on Twitter @ilasserre Find Thibualt Muzergues on Twitter @tmuzergues Find .think atlantic on Twitter @ThinkAtlantic Find IRI on Twitter @IRIglobal

WorldAffairs
Prosecuting War Crimes: From Belgrade to Moscow

WorldAffairs

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 36:49


When President Biden calls Vladimir Putin a “war criminal” and says that Russia's war in Ukraine amounts to “genocide,” what does it mean? Do such prounouncements place obligations on the United States? Does it threaten some sort of legal jeopardy for the Russian president? When an artilleryman a thousand yards away sends a projectile slamming into an apartment building full of civilians, is that a war crime? Is the soldier who released the shell more or less responsible than the politician a thousand miles away who ordered the assault on a city? Ray Suarez tackles these questions with a war-crimes prosecutor and a former student organizer who played a critical role in the downfall of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic, who was the first sitting head of state indicted for war crimes.   Guests:   Ivan Marovic, International Center on Nonviolent Conflict  Alex Whiting, war-crimes prosecutor and visiting professor at Harvard Law School Host:  Ray Suarez, co-host WorldAffairs If you appreciate this episode and want to support the work we do, please consider making a donation to World Affairs. We cannot do this work without your help. Thank you.

Vajza & Gra
LGBTQ+ In the Albanian Community

Vajza & Gra

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 54:43


Thank you for listening! Make sure to show support to the podcast by giving 5 stars and leaving a review! You can also watch the full episode of this podcast on our YouTube channel where Albanian subtitles will be provided. YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZB9EcM3Dd3f_qQ8w48X5Iw  If you would like to be featured on the podcast feel free to email us at vajzaandgra@gmail.com*If you would like to be a guest, either via phone call or submission to our email, you have the liberty of being COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS. We will give you the opportunity to tell and frame your story however you may like only interjecting to ask for further detail on a subject or aspect of the story. Names and locations of the story can and may be changed to protect the identities of those involved!!*Vajza & Gra instagram- https://www.instagram.com/vajzaandgra/ Dita's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/ditabands/ Dajanas Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/dajanakorcari/ You can also show some support to us by donating to our Venmo's below! Dita's venmo- @ditadreaj Dajana's venmo- @dajana-korcari

Vajza & Gra
The Black Sheep Turns into the GOAT

Vajza & Gra

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 27:55


Thank you for listening! Make sure to show support to the podcast by giving 5 stars and leaving a review! You can also watch the full episode of this podcast on our YouTube channel where Albanian subtitles will be provided. YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZB9EcM3Dd3f_qQ8w48X5Iw  If you would like to be featured on the podcast feel free to email us at vajzaandgra@gmail.com*If you would like to be a guest, either via phone call or submission to our email, you have the liberty of being COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS. We will give you the opportunity to tell and frame your story however you may like only interjecting to ask for further detail on a subject or aspect of the story. Names and locations of the story can and may be changed to protect the identities of those involved!!*Vajza & Gra instagram- https://www.instagram.com/vajzaandgra/ Dita's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/ditabands/ Dajanas Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/dajanakorcari/

Vajza & Gra
Introduction

Vajza & Gra

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 10:21


Thank you for listening! Make sure to show support to the podcast by giving 5 stars and leaving a review! You can also watch the full episode of this podcast on our YouTube channel where Albanian subtitles will be provided. YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZB9EcM3Dd3f_qQ8w48X5Iw  If you would like to be featured on the podcast feel free to email us at vajzaandgra@gmail.com*If you would like to be a guest, either via phone call or submission to our email, you have the liberty of being COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS. We will give you the opportunity to tell and frame your story however you may like only interjecting to ask for further detail on a subject or aspect of the story. Names and locations of the story can and may be changed to protect the identities of those involved!!*Vajza & Gra instagram- https://www.instagram.com/vajzaandgra/ Dita's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/ditabands/ Dajanas Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/dajanakorcari/

TRENDIFIER with Julian Dorey
#95 - The Forgotten War in Kosovo | Bek Lover

TRENDIFIER with Julian Dorey

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 150:57


(***TIMESTAMPS in description below) ~ Bek Lover is a New York City nightlife legend, podcaster, and proud Albanian. Both his mother and father immigrated to America from the oppressive regimes in Albania and Kosovo, respectively. Unfortunately, other members of Bek's family were not so lucky. In the Kosovo War of 1999, many of his relatives were victims of the Serbian Army's Genocide against Albanian Kosovars. ***TIMESTAMPS*** 0:00 - Intro; The current state of New York City; Bek tells stories about the corporate world; Why Bek is a New York City nightlife legend 24:02 - Beck's Albanian background and ties to the 1999 Kosovo War; Albanians aren't Slavic; The Ancient Illyrians & their ties to Albanians; Why Albanians are spread out among countries; Albania's political system and language 38:26 - Americans have a different relationship with the land inside our borders; Bek talks about racism; Bek tells a story about a Muslim woman and a Jewish woman in a park; Bek's encounter with a Serbian; America and the comparisons to the Roman Empire 1:03:08 - Background of the Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s; Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic; Comparing Slavic and Albanian origins and languages; Kosovo's first leader, Ibrahim Rugova; Albanian desire to unite in one country; The Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA); The Serbian Police state rule of Kosovo in the 1990s; The power of propaganda; The current Russia Ukraine crisis 1:27:27 - America and Venezuela?; We don't make anything in America; The related problems of political extremes; The family unit in America; Many people deny climate change 1:44:11 - The story behind Bek's parent's decision to leave Kosovo; Bek recalls summers in Kosovo growing up; Why Bek values America 1:59:17 - Bek lays out the genocide of his family members in the 1999 Kosovo War; KLA Leader Adem Jashari and the massacre that laid the foundation of War with Serbia; The Serbian and Albanian arguments over Kosovo's history; The religion vs language conflict in the Serbian / Albanian argument; Bek recalls having the register at the police station in Kosovo as a kid and paying of police; What Bek's parents think of the US today 2:17:57 - Bek was present at the twin towers in Sept. ‘01; The “Death Cloud” of smoke; Afghanistan's recent fall to the Taliban ~ YouTube EPISODES & CLIPS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0A-v_DL-h76F75xik8h03Q ~ Get $150 Off The Eight Sleep Pod Pro Mattress / Mattress Cover (USING CODE: “TRENDIFIER”): https://eight-sleep.ioym.net/trendifier   PRIVADO VPN FOR $4.99/Month: https://privadovpn.com/trendifier/#a_aid=Julian Julian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianddorey ~ Beat provided by: https://freebeats.io Music Produced by White Hot

From the Crows' Nest
Learning Lessons from Ukraine

From the Crows' Nest

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 30:32


The Association of Old Crows (AOC) wants to make our podcasts the best they can be. To help us succeed, we'd like to hear your thoughts. Please take just a few minutes to complete our 2022 listener survey, because your opinion is very important to us. Thank you!In this episode, host Ken Miller welcomes Col. Jeffery Fischer, USAF (Ret), to discuss current developments in Ukraine and how the conflict may change how we think about fighting in the electromagnetic spectrum. Jeff is a 30-year Military Aviator and Electronic Warfare Officer with seven combat tours in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Balkans. He flew both the Air Force's EC-130H Compass Call and the EA-6B Prowler while on a joint exchange with the US Navy. He also served as Diplomatic Defense Official to U.S. Embassies in Austria and Kosovo and at NATO Special Operations Headquarters in Mons, Belgium. Today he is a consultant and author of military fiction thrillers. You can learn more here.Let us know what you think of From the Crows' Nest! The Association of Old Crows wants our podcasts to serve you, our audience, in the best ways possible. Please take just a few minutes to complete our 2022 listener survey, because your opinion is very important to us. Thank you!

Here & Now
'Hive' tells one woman's story during Kosovo War; Cost of high-ethanol gas

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 40:43


The 2021 film "Hive" tells the story of one woman striving to support her family after her husband disappears in the Kosovo war. Writer-director Blerta Basholli and star Yllka Gashi join us. And, the Biden administration hopes to tackle rising gas prices by allowing the sale of high-ethanol gas during the summer months. Robert Brown, director of the Bioeconomy Institute at Iowa State University, explains what the change could mean.

Witness History
Nato intervenes in Kosovo

Witness History

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 9:02


When war broke out in Kosovo in 1998, Nato intervened with air strikes to prevent atrocities by Serbian forces. The late Madeleine Albright was then the US Secretary of State and the main proponent of action. In 2018, she explained to Rebecca Kesby why she argued for military intervention, and how it was motivated, in part, by her family's experiences as Jews in Czechoslovakia during World War Two. PHOTO: An F-16 jet at Nato's Aviano base in Italy during the air strikes on Kosovo (Getty Images)

Lehigh Valley with Love Podcast
Stu Warmington: The British Drum Company Marches to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Lehigh Valley with Love Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 34:32


Partner with Lehigh Valley with Love! Thank you to our Partners! ArtsQuest Michael Bernadyn of RE/MAX Real Estate Molly's Irish Grille & Sports Pub In this episode, we talk to Stu Warmington, Marching Division Manger at the British Drum Company. Stu and I met over twitter when we asked if anyone had been to one of our favorite local bar/restaurants Machs Gute. You ever been to Machs Gute? pic.twitter.com/aXaSp56yqt — LehighValleywithLove (@LVwithLove) March 11, 2022 In a career spanning over 22 years, including 18 months training at the Royal Marines School of Music, Portsmouth. Stu Warmington served in all six Royal Marines Bands and performed for the Royal Family and various Heads of State while traveling all over the globe including Jamaica, South Africa, USA, Russia, Oman, Qatar and Australia to name but a few. Stu was also deployed to Kosovo in 2000 and Iraq in 2003. Among Stu's most memorable engagements are performing at the Queen Mother's Funeral, numerous Military Tattoos around the world and planning and participating in the successful Guinness World Record attempt for the longest, continuous group drum roll at the Tower of London in 2014 (64 hours 27 mins 59 seconds). Stu's most cherished memory was the performance for the opening ceremony for the 2015 Rugby World Cup which was streamed around the world to over 1 billion viewers. His compositions have been showcased at the Royal Albert Hall and Horse Guards Parade in London and the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo on more than one occasion. Stu has worked passionately with many national youth bands over the years and was appointed as President of the Traditional Youth Marching Band Association, a position he held for over 7 years. In 2016, Stu became a member of the United States National Association of Rudimental Drummers (NARD). Overseas, he is the Percussion Advisor for the Liberty High School Grenadier Marching Band in Bethlehem, USA. Stu at British Drum Company: https://www.britishdrumco.com/staff/stu-warmington Stu on Twitter: https://www.instagram.com/warmy76/?hl=en Stu's LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/warmy76 Watch our video version of this episode below or at this link: https://youtu.be/6-rWFZR0f9g

First Class Fatherhood
#594 Walt Blackman

First Class Fatherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 17:10


Episode 594 Walt Blackman is a First Class Father, Combat Veteran and Arizona State Representative. He served in the United States Army for nearly 22 years as a Front Line Tank Commander and Sexual Harassment and Assault Prevention Senior Program Manager Specialist. He earned a Bronze Star for combat action in Iraq as well as a Meritorious Service Medal. He served seven tours of duty in some of the most dangerous battlefields on Earth, including Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq, where he fought in the Second Battle of Fallujah, the bloodiest battle in the Iraq War. His desire to serve his country continued after his military service and he ran for the Arizona State Legislature. Walt won a contentious primary election in 2018 and went on to win the general election. He repeated this victory in 2020. He is currently running for Congress in Arizona. In this Episode, Walt shares his Fatherhood journey which includes five children. He discusses the Fatherless Crisis particularly in the black community. He describes his experience as the first black Republican representative in Arizona and the attacks he has faced while running for Congress. He talks about his family's decision to adopt their daughter and what that process was like. He offers some great advice for new or about to be Dads and more! Walt Blackman for Congress - https://blackmanforcongress.com Pre-Order First Class Fatherhood: Advice and Wisdom from High-Profile Dads - https://www.amazon.com/First-Class-Fatherhood-Advice-High-Profile/dp/0785241035 Watch First Class Fatherhood on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCD6cjYptutjJWYlM0Kk6cQ?sub_confirmation=1 More Ways To Listen - https://linktr.ee/alec_lace Follow me on instagram - https://instagram.com/alec_lace?igshid=ebfecg0yvbap For information about becoming a Sponsor of First Class Fatherhood please hit me with an email: FirstClassFatherhood@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alec-lace/support

The Great Trials Podcast
Doris Cheng | Maria Renteria v. Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority | $1.4 million verdict

The Great Trials Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 92:03


This week your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Doris Cheng of Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger (https://www.walkuplawoffice.com/)   Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review   Episode Details: Acclaimed California trial lawyer and former San Francisco Bar Association president Doris Cheng of Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger shares how she successfully represented a grieving mother after her son was fatally struck by a city bus while riding his bike. On May 15, 2017, Maria Renteria's son, Luis Alvarez, Jr., rode his bike in the right lane of a Los Angeles street until he came upon a stopped Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) bus and, adhering to the rules of the road, moved to the left lane to pass the bus. In an attempt to return to the right lane and travel in front of the bus, Luis was struck by the bus, dragged 70 feet and killed on impact. Trial lawyer Doris Cheng argued that the bus driver failed to be aware of her surroundings and did not adhere to her training, while defense counsel countered that the bus driver should not be held to a higher standard of care than Luis or any bicyclist. In spite of the defense's tactics, which included revealing the estrangement between Luis and his mother due to Luis's father's chronic abuse, a Los Angeles County jury assigned a percentage of negligence to both LACMTA and Luis, awarding Maria $1,400,000 in damages for the tragic loss of her son. In this in-depth discussion, Doris Cheng discusses everything from dealing with bad facts in voir dire to when to abandon the conventional "rules of the road" formula, instead focusing on the fundamental rules of persuasion: ethos, pathos and logos.     Click Here to Read/Download the Complete Trial Documents   Guest Bio: Doris Cheng A frequent guest lecturer and adjunct professor, Ms. Cheng has trained lawyers and judges nationally and internationally. As part of the Rule of Law Initiative, she has had the privilege of training trial lawyers and judges in Mexico, Kosovo, and Macedonia.  She has also collaborated and trained with civil practitioners in Singapore and Belfast. This past year, she led trial skills training for criminal prosecution offices in Glasgow, Scotland and multiple Caribbean countries. Ms. Cheng is also the Program Director of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy's Western Region Advocacy Teacher Training Program. In 2012, she was awarded the Robert E. Keeton Award for outstanding service by the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. She is the 2015 recipient of the University of San Francisco Professional Achievement Award. Ms. Cheng is involved in local bar associations and community organizations. She is the current President (former Secretary) of the San Francisco Bar Association and immediate Past President of the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association.  She is a former Chair of the Civility Matters! Program and current national representative for the American Board of Trial Advocates (San Francisco Chapter).  She is a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers. She serves on the Kaiser Arbitration Oversight Board. She is a co-author of the eminent Rutter Group California Practice Guide on Personal Injury, and the trial practice guide, Mastering the Mechanics of Civil Jury Trials. Following the induction of new Fellows of The American College of Trial Lawyers, Doris Cheng gave a speech to all the new inductees about being awarded such an elite honor. Read Full Bio   Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services - LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton LLP - hlmlawfirm.com   Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2

The Bravo Docket
Shah & Order: The Motions

The Bravo Docket

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 53:30


Before Jen's trial was moved, both Jen and the government filed motions seeking to exclude certain evidence from ever reaching the jury's eyes. We discuss what that evidence is - and why Jen wants to keep it out while the government wants to rely upon it to put on their case. Not to spoil it, but the evidence includes Jen's supposed threats to Stu and his wife, missing account information for her bank accounts in Kosovo, clips from The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City and more! Jen also subpoenaed every co-defendant in the case for evidence and even subpoenaed ABC News for materials related to the Hulu documentary, The Housewife & The Shah Shocker - we explain what this evidence was and how we think it will play out.Access our Patreon, Instagram, Website, YouTube, and more here: https://linktr.ee/thebravodocketThe Bravo Docket podcast, the statements we make whether in our own media or elsewhere, and any content we post are for entertainment purposes only and do not provide legal advice. Any party consuming our information should consult a lawyer for legal advice. The podcast, our opinions, and our posts, are our own and are not associated with our employers, Bravo TV, or any other television network. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/thebravodocket.