From a navy of peasants to professionals on par with any Western navy; from coastal patrol to global reach, the slow and steady growth of the People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) crept up on some policy makers in the last decade, but as the PLAN eclipses the United States Navy in numbers and is accelerating their industrial capacity and capabilities, the decades of the American uncontested dominance at sea is no longer granted.Returning to Midrats to discuss this and the larger trends he raises in his new book, Mao's Army Goes to Sea: The Island Campaigns and the Founding of China's Navy, will be Dr. Toshi Yoshihara.Toshi Yoshihara is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA). He was previously the inaugural John A. van Beuren Chair of Asia-Pacific Studies and a Professor of Strategy at the U.S. Naval War College.In addition to his latest book is Mao's Army Goes to Sea: The Island Campaigns and the Founding of China's Navy, he co-authored, with James R. Holmes, the second edition of Red Star over the Pacific: China's Rise and the Challenge to U.S. Maritime Strategy. He currently teaches a graduate course on seapower in the Indo-Pacific at the School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University.Photo credit Naval News.
As the Russian armed forces cointinue their advances across Donetsk and Zaporozhye we ask if the promises of new tanks from Germany, Britain and the US will actually make all that much difference in the war. We also examine a speech given by prominent expenses fiddler David Lammy, the next British foreign minister no less, and argue that he's fully in line with the imperialist traditions of the Labour Party. Be sure to check out the latest article on the Marx-Engels Institute website You can support our work on patreon and find more programmes for subscribers there. Episode Outro is 'High Germany' performed by Martin Carthy Episode Artwork is 'We Are A Peaceful People' by the Soviet Ukrainian artist Vasily Hitrikov
In tonights bulletin we look at the recent purges in the Ukrainian government and ask what the hell the Americans are up to? The tank based hysteria continues, largely fuelled by journalists who've never even played 'World Of Tanks'. And we finally look at the bizarre and crazy world of Davos, Greta Thunberg and Keir Starmer. Outro Music is 'Plastic Man' by The Kinks
In this episode of the bulletin we look at the latest from the frontlines in Ukraine. This includes the fall of Soledar and the encirclement of Artymovsk, the role of the Wagner group and the new Russian offensive in the Zaporozyhe region. From there we look at the latest Ukrainian conscription drive and the likelihood of a Ukrainian offensive. We also consider the resignation of Zelenskys chief spin doctor Arestovich and what his revelations can tell us about the war. Episode Outro is a revolutionary hymn from the Russian revolution period Episode Artwork is 'Hunter With Golden Eagle' (1938) by the Soviet Kyrgyz artist Semyon Chuikov Be sure to check out the Marx-Engels Institute website Support us on patreon
The Fire sold Jhon Duran to Aston Villa for a club-record fee, surpassing the number Gaga Slonina drew in the summer. What do these big sales do for the Fire if they aren't winning? Brian and Dan discuss that plus go over a number of roster moves for the Fire and Red Stars.
In this episode I look at the real meaning of Zelenskys Christmas in Washington, the sheer brute cynicism of the likes of Lindsay Graham and the return of Oliver North. I then turn to domestic British politics and Rishi Sunaks proposed attacks on the right to strike. I conclude by looking at the long term rates of poverty in Britain and why they never actually reduce over the last 30 years. Outro Music is 'Washington Bullets' by The Clash from the album 'Sandinista' (1980) Episode artwork is 'Winter Evening' by the Soviet Russian artist Viktor Bibikov (1971)
Donatas Urbonas, Rytis Vysniauskas, and Augustas Suliauskas of BasketNews share their thoughts on the Panathinaikos vs. Olympiacos derby and the controversial game-winner by Nikola Mirotic. They also reflect on their top basketball memories of 2022 and make bold predictions for 2023. Topics: Wise words by Andrea Trinchieri (00:00); Who should have apologized for Panathinaikos' loss? (5:00); The problem behind Bacon's 30-point performance (10:27); A questionable moment on PAO's bench (15:01); Why Olympiacos is a Final 4 material (18:30); Reaction to a controversial Mirotic's game-winner (21:52); Two ideas on how to improve refereeing in the EuroLeague (24:37); Why Red Star was robbed (29:21); How Petrusev could have landed in Zalgiris (35:47); Deshaun Thomas future (40:15); Horrible call on Mike James & his trip to Athens (48:48); Top 3 basketball memories of 2022 (53:24); Top 3 bold predictions for 2023 (59:07).
The Solar Winds hack attack discovered in December of 2020 resulted in hundreds of companies and multiple US federal agencies having their sensitive data exposed. It displayed incredible vulnerabilities in civilian government networks. The current White House wishes to prevent further attacks by issuing executive actions, i.e., moving money around, that have suspended the previous administration's order from May 2020, Securing the United States Bulk-Power System, and a December 2020 Prohibition Order, both of which sought to actually ban, replace and restrict bulk power system electric equipment coming from a foreign country, China in particular. In the midst of one of the most devastating winter storms to hit Texas, and the major power outages resulting therefrom, it should come as no surprise that Solar Winds is located in Austin and that the Chinese Foreign Ministry commented directly on the devastation by saying “China is on the right path. We are fully confident about our future”. Even William Gates used the opportunity to attack the infrastructure and state of Texas. Although Solar Winds and the Dark Winter storm may seem unrelated, consider that in the same month the hack was discovered, China expanded their weather modification program to cover an area more than 1.5 times the total size of India. Previously the area was the size of Alaska. Compound that by a study published in early 2020 from the US National Science Foundation which stated, "cloud seeding can boost snowfall across a wide area”, and you can see how the Lone Star State was turned into the Red Star State.
Brian and Dan discuss the Fire's schedule now that the MLS schedule has dropped. St. Louis comes to Soldier Field, but the Fire won't make a trip to St. Louis this year. Plus, the Fire have a new president and it seems more likely Mallory Pugh will be staying with the Red Stars for a while.
Nima Tavallaey and Carlo Garganese remember and pay tribute to the late Sinisa Mihajllovic. From his glistening playing career at Red Star to Lazio, Sampdoria, Roma and Inter as well as launching Gianluigi Donnarumma as coach of AC Milan.This is an extended clip from this weeks free Monday episode of The Italian Football Podcast which is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Google podcasts.To listen to ALL complete episodes of The Italian Football Podcast, go to Patreon.com/TIFP and become a Patron for only $2.99 USD per month (excluding VAT).Follow us: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
I star the bulletin tonight by looking at the latest from the war in Ukraine, including Putin visiting Minsk and the possible implcations of it. The bulk of the episode thought is taken up with an examination of the strikes going on in Britain and why the labour party offers no way out for the working class. Outro is 'The Red Flag'
As the Kiev regime prepares another doomed offensive in Zaporozhye I ask what, what the hell are they doing? The Saudis realign but remain the same collection of ultra reactionaries they always have been. The Serbian ruling class wait and watch whilst trying to avoid a shooting war with NATO over Kosovo but the wars fuelled by US imperialism in the former Yugoslavia cannot remain frozen for too much longer as the American empire visibly falls apart. And finally a look at why the British trade union leaders are paying Keir Starmer to kick them in the balls. Outro Music is 'The Future' by Leonard Cohen Episode Artwork is the work 'Paratroopers' by the Soviet Russian Artist Pyotr Tarasovich Maltsev
In this episode of the bulletin I consider the latest discussion around the potential end point for the Russia-NATO war in Ukraine that have emerged recently. I then look at the farcical "coup" that was reported to have been foiled in Germany this week, how there's always a pro-fascist section of the bourgeoisie and how the secret services of captialist states always play a role in the running of reactionary organisations. I conclude by looking at the recent comments from Olaf Scholz regarding Germany as a guarantor of European "peace and stability". Episode artwork is the work 'Kiev 1942' by the Soviet Ukrainian artist Viktor Puzrykov Episode Outro is 'Trans-Europe Express' by Kraftwerk
The sale of the Red Stars still has a long way to go, but the team's roster is going to have a very different look after the offseason. Brian and Dan discuss that as well as Shaqiri's World Cup and an update on the Fire's training facility plan.
Sandra Herrera and Lisa Roman run through the latest news and notes in women's soccer. The NWSL front office is bulking up with three new executive hires including former NWSL player Carlin Hudson. Plus, the free agents in the NWSL are making moves. The latest move has former Chicago Red Stars Morgan Gautrat and Vanessa DiBernardo heading to Kansas City. This big exodus from Chicago comes on the heels of the Red Stars losing Rachel Hill and Danielle Colaprico. What does this mean for Chicago in 2023? Sandra and Lisa discuss the other big free agents still available and where we might see them end up. Plus, USWNT star Lindsey Horan is dominating with Lyon in UWCL. Full details and updates. VOTE FOR ATTACKING THIRD: https://vote.signalaward.com/PublicVoting#/2022/individual-episodes/general/sports Watch USWNT, NWSL and WSL games on P+" with a link to https://www.paramountplus.com/home/ 'Attacking Third' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Attacking Third team on Twitter: @AttackingThird, @SandHerrera_, @LRoman32 Visit the Attacking Third YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/attackingthird You can listen to Attacking Third on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast." For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of the bulletin I look at the likely effects of the G7 oil "price cap" and how it isn't likely to lead to the results it's originators desire. I also look at the drone attack on airfields inside Russia and how this is being played out as a propaganda operation in the British bourgeois press. In the final part of the programme I look at how the government and security services have been using the clowns from Extinction Rebelliona and Just Stop Oil to soften up public opinion for more repressive measures to be taken against the working class. Outro Music is "American Ruse" by The MC5 Episode Artwork is the work 'Into the Night' by the Soviet Russian artist Vladimir Alexeyvich Vasin
Episode 108 - Part 1 - Please welcome to the podcast the very talent lead vocalist of the Pearl Theatre's house band Ksenia Kokhaney. Ksenia, born in Birobidzhan, Jewish autonomous Region, Russia, she begun singing at an early age wanting to perform any chance she could. She joined a rock band and they moved to China. After a few years of playing in different cities in China, Owner of The Pearl Theatre Grant Oh signed the band to be the house band. They then moved to Shanghai. Ksenia is a professional vocalist and one of the most talented singers in Shanghai, as her range of styles are on display at The Pearl. Ksenia performs tribute shows which include- AcDc, Metallica, Queen, ABBA, Avril Lavigne, Pink, Nirvana, Green Day, Pink Floyd, Linkin Park, Ed Sheeran. @kseniskokhaney @thepearlshanghai https://tellcraigyourstory.podbean.com https://www.linktr.ee/tellcraigyourstory @tellcraigyourstory Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcCr6P3Ja395SkapnECvOFw?view_as=subscriber #kseniakokhaney #tellcraigyourstory #thepearltheatre #thepearlshanghai #theredstars #vocalist #birobidzhanrussia #shanghaichina #queen #acdc #metallica #nirvana #greenday #abba #pinkfloyd #avrillavigne #pink #linkinpark
Part 2 - Please welcome to the podcast the very talent lead vocalist of the Pearl Theatre's house band Ksenia Kokhaney. Ksenia, born in Birobidzhan, Jewish autonomous Region, Russia, she begun singing at an early age wanting to perform any chance she could. She joined a rock band and they moved to China. After a few years of playing in different cities in China, Owner of The Pearl Theatre Grant Oh signed the band to be the house band. They then moved to Shanghai. Ksenia is a professional vocalist and one of the most talented singers in Shanghai, as her range of styles are on display at The Pearl. Ksenia performs tribute shows which include- AcDc, Metallica, Queen, ABBA, Avril Lavigne, Pink, Nirvana, Green Day, Pink Floyd, Linkin Park, Ed Sheeran. @kseniskokhaney @thepearlshanghai https://tellcraigyourstory.podbean.com https://www.linktr.ee/tellcraigyourstory @tellcraigyourstory Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcCr6P3Ja395SkapnECvOFw?view_as=subscriber #kseniakokhaney #tellcraigyourstory #thepearltheatre #thepearlshanghai #theredstars #vocalist #birobidzhanrussia #shanghaichina #queen #acdc #metallica #nirvana #greenday #abba #pinkfloyd #avrillavigne #pink #linkinpark
Shamus Toomey, Editor in Chief and co-founder of Block Club Chicago, joins Wendy Snyder, filling in for Bob Sirott, to share the latest Chicago neighborhood stories. Shamus had details on: UChicago Men's Soccer Chases A Title As Coach Julianne Sitch Makes History By Leading Team To Final Four: Sitch, a former Red Stars player, is the […]
In this episode I look at the latest news from the ongoing battles around Artemovsk/Balhmut and the rumours of it's imminent fall to the Russian forces. I then look at the latest comments from a western official who's been revealed to be a fool, this time it's the Pope revealing himself to be in the Josep Borrel school of thought. I then turn to look at the various displays of idiocy over the protests in China and how the schemes of imperialism fit into this. Episode Outro is 'If I Should Fall From the Grace of God' by The Pogues Episode Artwork is 'Short Break From The War' by the Soviet Ukrainian Artist Viktor Ivanovich Tolochko
The Sports Rabbi welcomed on Ben Pask as we looked back at Maccabi Tel Aviv's brutal 69-68 loss at Red Star Belgrade. We also discuss the Yellow & Blue's other games this week along with Hapoel Tel Aviv, Holon and then rest of the Israeli basketball news.Up next was Roye Shelem who came on board to look at the Israel National Team's two friendlies against Zambia and Cyprus and what we learned from them as many youngsters including Tai Baribo and Oscar Glouch had a chance to shine.Make sure to subscribe to The Sports Rabbi Show on iTunes, Spotify or Google Podcasts.Also download our fabulous new App available for both Android and iPhone! Click here for the iPhone AppClick here for the Android App
In this episode I look at the fate that has befallen those who have provided themselves and their movements as allies to the US imperialists. This is relevant not only to the fate of Zelensky but also to the latest selling out of the Kurds in Syria by the US. It is also something that has relevance to the current violence in Iran that is taking place in Iranian Kurdistan and the Balochi region in South East Iran, on the border with Pakistan. I also discuss the Soviet policy on national minorities and defend it against the misrepresentations of it that have come from Russian nationalists and western "marxists". Episode Artwork is the work 'Marshal Georgy Zhukov' by the Soviet Russia artist Vasily Nikolayevich Yakovlev Episode Outro is 'Theme from the Long Good Friday' by Francis Monkman
In this episode I look at the latest from the Russia-NATO war before turning to related issues including Boris Johnsons recent interview on CNN. I then exa,ine why the European nations were so weak and how Borish Johnson's interview confirmed much about this. I also look at the falling apart of Moldova and the risks of the Romanian intervention there before concluding by looking at the latest from the CSTO summit in Yerevan. Episode Artwork is 'Burning Berlin' by the Soviet Russian artist Boris Mikhailovich Nemensky Episode Outro is 'Outside The Trains Don't Run On Time' by Gang Of Four
In this episode of the bulletin I look at the latest complaints from Macron and Habeck about the US "stealing" European industry. I then examine the latest Russian statements on the potential end point for the war and look at the growing protest waves across Europe. Episode Outro Music is "Aux Armes Et Caetera" by Serge Gainsbourg Episode Artwork is the work "Letter" by the Soviet Russian artist Viktor Konstantinovich Dmitrievsky
In this episode I look at the latest Ukrainian attempt to secure NATO ground forces involvement in the war via the missile strike on Polish territory. This leads into a discussion of the FTX scam collapse and it's links to the Ukrainian regime. Finally, I look at the recent comments made by Chuck Schumer were he called for an urgent expansion of the American labour force. Outro Music is 'Shot by Both Sides' by Magazine Episode Artwork is 'The Shooting of the Railwaymen by Kolchak' by the Soviet Artist Georgi Mikhailovich Shegal (1935)
This week Jenna invites Annie Costabile to the bar. Annie is a multimedia journalist for the Chicago Sun Time covering the Chicago Sky and Red Stars and she has also been covering the Bulls this season as well. She is the host of the podcast Equal Play where she aims to highlight the brightest women in sports from the field to the front office. In this conversation Annie discusses the importance of showing up, why patiences isn't always a good thing and so much more.
What's up to my laudatory llamas and adamant alpacas! Welcome to the BNP and thank you for joining! This episode I'm stoked to be joined by the dulcet British tones of Alexander McKay, host of Red Star Radio, a podcast which presents a textured & humorous Marxist analysis of current events, economics, politics and history. To be clear, by "Marxist analysis" I mean Alexander makes sense of the buffeting and baffling tides of current cascading crises by analyzing them through the lens of class struggle, workers rights and the pressing need to cultivate broad working class solidarity. Recently Red Star has been putting out daily briefings which cover the unfolding situation in Ukraine, and using the daily balls and strikes of that conflict as a springboard to discuss history, theories and ideas relating to class struggle in the UK and internationally. In this far ranging and fruitful discussion we dive into such juicy topics as: how does one communicate ideas of class struggle to the conservative portion of the working class without scaring them away, why do certain portions of the Left believe that any expansion of state power if good, even when that state is completely captured by and made to serve Capitalists, should we ditch the term "Communism," and what the hell happened to the Jeremy Corbyn project in the UK?Additional topics include an analysis of how a genuinely redistributive economic system and planned economy would actually enhance individual liberties, by engaging local communities in the deeply democratic process of configuring their own economic engine to fit their particular resources and culture, what we can learn from the Russian Revolution of 1917, and more! Find Red Star Radio on all the platforms and support Alexander's fine work here: https://www.patreon.com/red_star_radio/posts.Won't you please rate, review and subscribe to the BNP and Red Star Radio wherever you listen to podcasts?Help me stay on the air by becoming a beloved patron at: www.patreon.com/noetics.Signing up at any tier gets you a complimentary Augmented Reality experience of Bert and Ernie doing Smith-Mundt Modernization Act propaganda for the state! Act now: Bert and Ernie MKUltra propaganda AR sets going fast!*Or, make a one-time, small donation at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/noetics!Subscribe to the Barbarian Yak Fest video show! Find Dr. Sylvie and I dishin' truth on Rokfin here. Thanks!Check me out on IG @ barbarian_noetics!Email the pod at: email@example.comTake care of each other.One Love,Little Raven KAWWTRACKLIST FOR THIS EPISODE Tommy Guerrero - Descendent of Memory Dykotomi - Corvid CrunkPurrple Cat - Distant Worlds III (Lo Fi Mix)Sunny and the Sunliners - Pa Que Sientas Lo Que SientoKwame Ture - The Principle of Capitalism (Speech)Dead Prez - Radio FrequencyPurrple Cat - Distant Worlds I (OG Lo Fi Mix)J Dilla - Illasoul (Instrumental)Malcolm X - Democracy is Hypocrisy (Speech)Tony Allen & The Champs - Nite Owl*look inside your heart and you will find the true propaganda Support the show
In this episode I look at the latest talk of a potential peace deal between the Russians and Americans regarding the war in Ukraine and why this is not likely to happen now. I also examine the recent bombing in Istanbul and the claims that the US had some role to play in this plot. In the final section I look at a recent speech given by Ukrainian Communist Leader Pyotr Simonenko about the development of lumpenisation and the emergence of banderism. I also examine remarks made recently by the leader of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, Gennady Zyuganov, regarding the attitude of the Russian capitalist class towards the war. Outro Music is 'March of Stalins Artillery' by the Red Army Choir Episode Artwork is 'The First Decree of the Soviet Government on Peace and Land' by the Soviet Artist Akhmed Kitayev
In this episode of the bulleting I look at the rotten propagandistic coverage of the Russian withdrawal from Kherson and the perpetual role of ex-Trotskyites as neo-cons and pet empire intellectuals. The bulk of the episode though is taken up with an examination of the way in which the Russian bourgeoisie are acting bears some similarities to the reluctance of the English bourgeoisie to actually take the war against the king seriously. I also discuss the similar process that went on in the American civil war with the refusal of the US capitalists to commit seriously to the war against the Confederacy until 3 years of war had gone by. Outro Music is 'One of These Days' by Pink Floyd Episode Artwork is 'Voroshilov and Members of the Revolutionary Military Council' by the Soviet Artist Gennady Ivanovich Prokopinsky
In this episode we look at further developments regarding the Russian withdrawal from Kherson. Is there a deal with the US? Or is it actually the case that this war will grind onwards as the US itself is not capable of agreeing on a way forward within the Biden administration? We also look at the latest fall out from the midterms and ask would a Theodore Roosevelt type figure be able to emerge with the state of US capitalism today? In the concluding part I take a question form a listener regarding why western militaries have shrunk as they have since the 1990s. Outro Music is 'Life During Wartime' by Talking Heads Episode Artwork is the work 'Hunters' by the Soviet Latvian artist Karlis Dobrais (1973)
What should we make of the Russian withdrawal from Kherson city? Is there a deal on the cards between the US and Russia? Is Ukraine going to be partitioned? I'll be looking at all of this then turning to examine the US midterms and the continuity that exists from Obama to Trump to Biden. Outro Music is 'Slow Train Coming' by Bob Dylan Episode Artwork is 'The Shift Is Over' by the Soviet Azerbaijani artist Tahir Salakhov
B-Rad and T-Rad are back together in the O.R.! We get Brad Goreski's thoughts on the new Taylor Swift album, the proper pronunciation of "Adele", and what you should be wearing to make a statement this winter! Plus, find out what Tanya thought was happening when Red Star showed up with a gigantic bouquet of roses!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this latest bulletin we look at the latest news from the frontlines in Ukraine/Southern Russia including developments in Kherson, Ugeldar and Bakhmut. We then consider the German Chancellor Olaf Scholz's recent visit to Beijing, the comments made by President Xi Jinping and the wider context of German deindustrialisation. In the final part of the programme we take a question from a listener regarding the potential choices facing the Russian government earlier this year and whether war was the only option open to them. Outro music for this episode is the track 'Master of Sensation' by Eloy from the 1979 album 'Silent Cries and Might Echoes' Episode Artwork is the work 'In New China' by the Soviet Artist Konstantin Finogenov
In this episode of the Red Star bulletin I look at the latest news from Ukraine, the developments in Iran and the threats of war in the Democratic Republic of Congo. I then look at the confused world of the MMT theorists and conclude with a consideration of the role of bourgeois catastrophism in the covid hysteria. Episode Music is 'The End' by The Doors (Lyrics by Morrison) Episode Artwork is 'Baltic, Human Bridge' by the Soviet Artist N Prisekin
The Red Star buried an article about how dangerous the concealed carry of firearms is. A discussion of how important Wyoming's preemption statute is--with an example why from Buffalo, Wyoming. Also, some ridiculous arguments about our SAPA law and an interview with House 53 Representative Chris Knapp.
In this episode of the bulleting I look at the renewed Ukrainian grain deal and who really benefits from it. I then examine how this is connected to Putins meeting with Pashinyan and Aliyev, the Iranian connection to the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict, more US terrorism against Iran and finally the cucking of Elon Musk. Outro Music is 'Everybody Knows' by Leonard Cohen (1989) Episode Artwork is 'Here The Soldiers Go' by the Soviet Artist Yuri Mikhailovich Neprintsev (1970)
In this episode of the daily bulletin I look at the latest from the frontlines in Ukraine including some fresh advances made by the Russian forces before turning to look at the new mass attacks on the Ukrainian energy grid. I also examine the claims regarding the hacking of Liz Truss's phone and what it could tell us about the Nord Stream pipeline attacks. The programme concludes with an examination of Lulas big comeback in Brazil and why a lot of policy won't actually change that much despite the differences between Lula and Bolsonaro. Episode Outro is the Brazilian Portuguese version of 'The International' Episode Artwork is a photo of a demonstration by the Brazilian landless workers movement in 1996.
In this episode I look at the latest from the frontlines in Ukraine. I then examine the attack on the Russian naval base in Sevastopol and ask what the British involvement may have taken the form of. There is also the question of the infinite self deception engaged in by the EU over the sanctions on Russian energy. In the concluding part of the episode I examine a question about last nights episode on the nature of fascism taking into consideration the example of the Spanish regime of Franco and the pre war Nazi regime. You can find more content on our patreon page for subscribers Outro Music is 'Cancion del Frente Popular' (the Spanish version of Song of the United Front) by Bertolt Brecht Episode Artwork is 'The Birth of the Red Army' by the Soviet Artist Gennady Ivanovich Prokpinsky
In this episode of Red Star Daily I look at the nature of fascism, what constitutes a fascist regime and what does not and why we should avoid applying the term too hastily. Outro is 'Partisans Song' by The Red Army Choir Episode Artwork is 'Shooting the Fascist Vultures' by the Soviet Artist Viktor Kiselev
In this episode of the daily bulletin I examine: 1) The latest from the frontlines 2) Chinese continue to expand their activity in European economies The bulk of the episode though consists of an examination of the speech and Q&A given by Putin at the Valdai Club today. Outro Music is 'This Is The Day' by The The Episode Artwork is 'Winter Forest' by the Soviet Latvian artist Yanis Paulyuks
In this episode of the daily bulleting I look at the latest from the frontlines in Ukraine. I then turn to comments made by Putin recently at a meeting of CIS security officials regarding the sovereignty (or lack thereof) of Ukraine. I also consider the devastating effects on population size and birth rates that the collapse of the socialist system had on places like Latvia. In the final part of the programme I look at the chances of the peace deal that was almost signed back in March actually working. Musical outro is 'Rising of the Moon' sung by Luke Kelly with lyrics by James Larkin Episode artwork is 'The Year 1919' by the Soviet Artist Fyodor Shurpin
In this episode of the bulletin I look at the latest updates from the frontlines in Ukraine/South West Russia before turning to the overhyping of US deployments done by CBS news. I then look at the latest developments on the "dirty bomb" story including an interesting article on this from Scott Ritter. I conclude by looking at Rishi Sunak and his continuity cabinet. One thing is certain and that is there'll be no change from this government of the bond holders. Outro music is 'Everything Counts' by Depeche Mode Episode Artwork is 'Landing on the Kurile Islands' by the Soviet Artist Andrei Ivanovich Plotnov
In this episode of the daily bulletin I look at the latest from the frontlines in the Russia-Ukraine war. This then leads onto a discussion of the allegations made by the Russian MoD that the Ukrainians are preparing to detonate some kind of dirty bomb or low yield nuclear device and how this has been reacted to. I then look at an interesting Wall Street Journal article covering the fall of Liz Truss and how this will impact upon the new Rishi Sunak administration. Outro Music is the song 'Suspect Device' by Stiff Little Fingers Episode Artwork is the work 'Bird in Alert' by the Soviet Moldavian Artist Igor Vieru
In this episode of Red Star Daily I look at the latest from the frontline including the stories coming out of Kherson. I then look at the deployment of Russian forces to Belarus and how they may be potentially used. I then look at the propaganda stories regarding the Novaya Khakovka damn and how believing this story depends upon a decade of British/US propaganda regarding the the nature of the Russian government. Episode outro is 'Somebody Got Murdered' by The Clash form the 'Sandinista' album (1980) Episode Artwork is 'Winter In Andrichevo' by the Soviet Artist Aleksei Gritsai
Claire Watkins is back on Full Time to discuss the Chicago Red Stars, following the release of her exhaustive investigative report on the team this week. We discuss her new full time role at Just Women's Sports, her reporting, and what comes next for the Red Stars — plus, a quick celebration of the new 2023 World Cup mascot. Follow Claire on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScoutRipley Read her Chicago Red Stars story at Defector: https://defector.com/how-the-chicago-red-stars-became-the-epitome-of-nwsl-dysfunction/ Subscribe to the JWS newsletter: https://justwomenssports.com/newsletter/ Here's Meg's Red Stars story at The Athletic: https://theathletic.com/3705608/ Our World Cup draw guide: https://theathletic.com/3704486/ Meg and Steph Yang on the NWSL quarterfinals: https://theathletic.com/3702263/ And our NWSL playoffs guide: https://theathletic.com/3691227/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Red Star Daily I look at the following events in the light of the Ukraine war * The fall of Liz Truss * The recent leaked audio of the candid comments of Silvio Berlusconi * The evolving Russian plans for the war * The failure of the US plans at each turn * The disintegration of NATO and the EU The outro music is the song 'Marie Douceur Marie Coleur' by Marie Laforet The episode artwork is entitled 'Mist' by the Soviet Artist Victor Harlov (1978)
durée : 00:54:23 - Affaires sensibles - par : Fabrice Drouelle - Aujourd'hui dans Affaires Sensibles, le destin tragique d'un footballeur résistant : Rino Della Negra. Début des années 1940 à Saint-Ouen, c'est une jeune recrue du club Red Star, prêt à devenir une étoile du ballon rond, mais il deviendra un martyr de la Résistance.
Sandra Herrera and Lisa Roman welcome Chicago Red Stars defender Tatumn Milazzo to talk about Chicag's 7th straight trip to the post season. She talks about the season overall for the Red Stars, her growth as a leader and transitioning from a 4-back to a 3-back defensively. Full exclusive interview. Watch USWNT, NWSL and WSL games on P+" with a link to https://www.paramountplus.com/home/ 'Attacking Third' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Attacking Third team on Twitter: @AttackingThird, @SandHerrera_, @LRoman32 Visit the Attacking Third YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/attackingthird You can listen to Attacking Third on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast." For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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The first in a series of the most highly anticipated Scrub sessions OF ALL TIME. We're sitting down with Red Star himself, Roby Yadegar, to hear the intimate details of his relationship with Tanya. Nothing is held back and nothing is off the table as we ask Red Star ALL of your questions. We dive deep into “the trigger event”, their future together and what it's REALLY like to date Tanya.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.