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Complete list of International Relations Podcasts - Listen & Review on Goodpods

The Lawfare Podcast

1908 Episodes

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Avg Length 54m

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Latest episode 1 day ago

The Lawfare Podcast features discussions with experts, policymakers, and opinion leaders at the nexus of national security, law, and policy. On issues from foreign policy, homeland security, intelligence, and cybersecurity to governance and law, we have doubled down on seriousness at a time when others are running away from it. Visit us at www.lawfareblog.com.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Sinica Podcast

439 Episodes

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Avg Length 60m

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Latest episode 4 days ago

A weekly discussion of current affairs in China with journalists, writers, academics, policymakers, business people and anyone with something compelling to say about the country that's reshaping the world. Hosted by Kaiser Kuo.
Women Don't Do That (WDDT)

156 Episodes

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Avg Length 35m

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Latest episode 14 days ago

Conversations with women who are change-makers and risk-takers. Inspirational and educational content to help you do whatever it is you think you can't do. We cover issues from professional growth, to improving your work life wellbeing (making your life/parenting/career easier), to having difficult conversations on important topics that affect your life (e.g. sexual assult, mom guilt, miscarriage).
China 21

45 Episodes

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Avg Length 36m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

China 21 is produced by the 21st Century China Center at UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy. We are a leading university-based think tank that produces scholarly research and informs policy discussions on China and U.S.-China relations. This podcast features expert voices, insights and stories about China’s economy, politics, society, and the implications for international affairs. Learn more at china.ucsd.edu
The Realignment

526 Episodes

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Avg Length 55m

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Latest episode 2 hours ago

The United States is in the midst of a dramatic political realignment with shifting views on national security, economics, technology, and the role of government in our lives. Saagar Enjeti and Marshall Kosloff explore this with thinkers, policymakers, and more.
Interpreting India

108 Episodes

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Avg Length 44m

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Latest episode 4 days ago

In Season 4 of Interpreting India, we continue our exploration of the dynamic forces that will shape India's global standing. At Carnegie India, our diverse lineup of experts will host critical discussions at the intersection of technology, the economy, and international security. Join us as we navigate the complexities of geopolitical shifts and rapid technological advancements. This season promises insightful conversations and fresh perspectives on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
The Joint Geeks of Staff

43 Episodes

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Avg Length 57m

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Latest episode 11 months ago

Where science fiction and national security meet.
Afghanistan After America

9 Episodes

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Avg Length 54m

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Latest episode 3 years ago

In February this year, the United States and the Taliban signed an agreement that charted a path to ending nearly two decades of war in Afghanistan. If all goes according to plan—and there is much to suggest it won’t—all foreign forces will depart in spring, 2021. Meanwhile, long-awaited intra-Afghan negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban are underway, once again in Doha.What will happen next? Will the Taliban uphold its side of the agreement with the U.S.? Will Trump even wait to find out? Will the Taliban concede to a ceasefire with the Afghan National Security Forces? And can President Ghani cling to power and steer the country toward peace? If the agreement fails, or indeed if it succeeds, how will history judge the United States for its role in Afghanistan? And what future will be left behind for Afghans who have variously thrived in, endured and raged against the well-intentioned occupation? As Afghanistan teeters, yet again, on a precipice between hope and despair, Afghanistan After America dissects the issues driving the decisions made in Washington D.C., Kabul, Doha and Quetta, and how they’re playing out on both sides of the battlefield, in the streets and inside homes, mosques and businesses across Afghanistan and beyond. Afghanistan After America draws from events of the past that continue to affect the present and explores Afghanistan’s rich and fraught history through some of those who’ve survived to tell their tales. Afghanistan After America is hosted by Andrew Quilty, an Australian journalist who has lived in Afghanistan since 2013 and reported from most of its provinces, collecting numerous accolades for his work along the way. Afghanistan After America is a place for conversations that go beyond the limits of mainstream media audiences. His guests are Afghans and outsiders from all walks of life with unique and confronting perspectives; they are leading analysts, thought-leaders, humanitarians, journalists, veterans and decision-makers from up and down the numerous tangled chains of command.
Ārskats | Žurnāls Ir

72 Episodes

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Avg Length 61m

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Latest episode 3 days ago

Katram no viņiem bija atšķirīgs ceļš uz ārpolitiku. Tomass auga diplomāta ģimenē. Aivaram patika Rolling Stones un Led Zepellin un tāpēc viņš klausījās «aizjūras balsis». Pauls dzīvoja ASV, bet gribēja saprast, kas notiek Latvijā. Taču visus trīs vieno interese par pasaulē notiekošo un pārliecība, ka mums visiem ir jāsaprot globālie procesi, kas mūs ietekmē. Tagad Tomass, Aivars un Pauls ar savām dažādām pieredzēm un skata punktiem tiekas vienā raidījumā, lai diskutētu un dalītos ar iespaidiem un zināšanām. Raidieraksts tapis pateicoties mediju atbalsta fonda ieguldījumam no Latvijas valsts budžeta līdzekļiem. #SIF_MAF2022
Global Outlook

62 Episodes

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Avg Length 54m

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Latest episode 2 months ago

This podcast features commentary on world politics from the two cohosts who don't always see eye to eye. Paul and Rob are two hometown friends who have an unhealthy obsession with the news, politics, and history. These two losers don't have any impressive credentials, but they spend too much of their spare time thinking about the trends that are changing the world.
Humanities Matter by Brill

94 Episodes

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Avg Length 22m

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Latest episode 5 days ago

With the challenges the world is facing today, the humanities and social sciences are needed and more relevant than ever to help us understand what it means to ‘lead a good life’. The authors and editors, with whom Brill collaborates, dedicate their academic life to asking critical questions on globalization, the rise and fall of societies, migration, the functioning of our democracies, the history of conflicts and international relations, inequality, water security or climate change, to name just a few. In this year’s article we let our authors and editors explain – from their personal perspectives – why it is crucial for society to continue investing in research in the humanities and social sciences. They give us a glance into their field of research, individual work, methodologies and motivation, and they demonstrate why the humanities have been and will remain a vital pillar of academia and society.
The Looking Glass

32 Episodes

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Avg Length 38m

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Latest episode 12 days ago

The Looking Glass is the premier international relations podcast by The SAIS Review of International Affairs with support from The Foreign Policy Institute. Showcasing fresh, policy-relevant perspectives from professional and student experts, The Looking Glass is dedicated to advancing the debate on leading contemporary issues in world affairs. *The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are the speakers' own, and they do not represent the views or opinions of The SAIS Review of International Affairs, its Editorial Board, or its Advisory Board; the SAIS Foreign Policy Institute; SAIS; or The Johns Hopkins University.*
NATO Summit Behind the Scenes Podcast

10 Episodes

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Avg Length 23m

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Latest episode 2 years ago

Why does NATO have summits? What’s it like to meet with world leaders? What will NATO Heads of State and Government discuss at this year’s summit? Listen to the NATO Summit Behind the Scenes podcast to learn all this and more!
The Outlook

15 Episodes

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Avg Length 28m

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Latest episode 1 month ago

World Outlook is a student-run, peer-reviewed international affairs journal at the Dickey Center for International Understanding at Dartmouth College. In "The Outlook," we publish outstanding commentary by Dartmouth students and undergraduates worldwide.
China In Context

157 Episodes

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Avg Length 15m

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Latest episode 6 days ago

China In Context is a weekly podcast providing expert analysis on politics, culture and international relations, featuring voices from the SOAS China Institute, University of London. The podcast is hosted by Duncan Bartlett.
Kellogg's Global Politics

47 Episodes

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Avg Length 75m

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Latest episode 24 days ago

Husband and wife team, Dr. Anita and Ryan Kellogg, take on the latest international news and events with their lively discussions and occasional debates on these issues. Having grown up in red states in conservative families, the Kelloggs bring their unique perspective living in multiple countries overseas and subject expertise in their chosen fields. Join us for a conversation that began in South Korea and continues through the present day.
The NZIIA Podcast

14 Episodes

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Avg Length 39m

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Latest episode 6 months ago

Welcome to the podcast of the New Zealand Institute of International Affairs (NZIIA). Here we foster expert discussion of international affairs, especially as they relate to Aotearoa New Zealand. These are the views of those speaking, and not of the Institute. To find out more visit www.nziia.org.nz.
Embassy Row Project Podcast

30 Episodes

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Avg Length 8m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

We talk about the latest diplomatic strategies, next-generation critical infrastructure technologies, and trade missions throughout the United States, Europe, Southeast Asia, and Latin America.The Embassy Row Project was founded by international energy and infrastructure technology advisor, James Scott. ERP strives to unify the next generation of leaders & initiatives that are hyper-focused on instigating positive change on issues that impact the environment, human rights, technological innovation, and international trade collaborations that proliferate diversity, and food security, and dignified employment with a livable wage.
Counterbalance

83 Episodes

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Avg Length 45m

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Latest episode 5 days ago

Counterbalance is a Hudson Institute podcast hosted by Senior Fellows Michael Doran and Peter Rough. As America's unipolar moment fades, Rough and Doran explore the emerging global order.
The Arms Control Poseur

14 Episodes

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Avg Length 53m

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Latest episode 4 days ago

'The Arms Control Poseur' is a thought-provoking podcast series brought to you by the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) and is funded by the European Union Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Consortium (EUNPDC). This series delves into the intricate world of arms control, disarmament, and non-proliferation, unpacking the most pressing issues in global security today. Each episode features in-depth discussions with leading experts and practitioners, offering insights into the challenges and complexities of preventing the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and their delivery systems. Hosted by William Alberque, Director of Strategy, Technology and Arms Control, the podcast navigates through the nuances of geostrategy, alliances, and the impact of disruptive technologies on international security. Join the experts as they explore the critical role of arms control in maintaining global stability. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Elucidators: Decoding Global News

48 Episodes

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Avg Length 46m

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Latest episode 3 years ago

Steve Palley and Pete Newsom dive deep into notable global affairs in this weekly podcast.
How to End a Pandemic

8 Episodes

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Avg Length 66m

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Latest episode 4 months ago

The How to End a Pandemic project is a Georgetown University initiative to systematically collect oral histories and insights from people who work in epidemics about how to end epidemics. Our guests come from media, politics, medicine, humanities, the social sciences, public policy, and business to help us answer the question “how can we end pandemics in ways that are smarter, faster, more equitable, and more humane?”
Behind The Lines with Arthur Snell

33 Episodes

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Avg Length 48m

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Latest episode 7 days ago

Behind the Lines with Arthur Snell is a new geopolitics podcast. Every week we give the listener access to the best informed people to help you understand this turbulent world and get a feel for the things that will matter in the future.I am on Twitter @snellarthur and you can read some of my thoughts on world affairs here https://arthursnell.substack.com/If you enjoyed this podcast please spread the word and give us a positive review - as a brand new title it makes all the difference!" Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Hayseed Scholar Podcast

39 Episodes

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Avg Length 96m

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Latest episode 4 days ago

Interviews with political science, history, sociology and international relations scholars about their journeys, work, practices, and challenges.
Voices: The EISA Podcast

24 Episodes

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Avg Length 48m

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Latest episode 1 month ago

Voices: The EISA Podcast is the official broadcast of EISA, the European International Studies Association. This space for cutting-edge research in the discipline of International Relations is the audible companion to EISA. Apart from our flagship conference, the EISA organises a range of innovative events and activities for scholars and students working in the field of International Studies. This podcast sets the stage for deeper insights into award-winning papers, books and theses, as much as it provides a room for the critical engagement with key concepts in political and sociological thought. Voices: The EISA Podcast traces how these concepts have been taken up in the discipline of IR. It interrogates their emergence, their gendered and racialized omissions, and their relevance to current debates and analyses. Through our erudite interview guests, a wide range of critical reading, and reflections on our everyday experiences, Voices: The EISA Podcast helps to think through core IR concepts.
Guns for Hire

11 Episodes

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Avg Length 45m

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Latest episode 3 months ago

The Guns for Hire podcast is a production of the Atlantic Council’s North Africa Initiative. Taking Libya as its starting point, it explores the causes and implications of the growing use of mercenaries in armed conflict. The podcast features guests from many walks of life, from ethicists and historians to former mercenary fighters. It seeks to understand what the normalisation of private warfare tells us about the world as we currently find it, but also about the future of the international system and about what war could look like in the coming decades. Written and hosted by Dr Alia Brahimi.
The Un-Diplomatic Podcast

180 Episodes

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Avg Length 51m

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Latest episode 1 month ago

Global power politics, for the people. Hosted by Van Jackson.
The International Security Podcast

18 Episodes

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Avg Length 41m

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Latest episode 27 days ago

Leading scholars provide insight on urgent policy debates. Jeff Friedman of Dartmouth College interviews contributors to the premiere peer-reviewed journal of security studies. They offer sophisticated, authoritative analyses of contemporary, theoretical, and historical security issues from the role of China in the world and cyber in international security to the long history of ethnic cleansing in Europe. The podcast is produced at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. International Security is a quarterly journal edited at the Belfer Center and published by MIT Press.
SEA Change

8 Episodes

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Avg Length 28m

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Latest episode 9 months ago

SEA (Southeast Asia) Change is a podcast focussing on the geopolitical and business implications of current trends and events in Southeast Asia. The podcast aims to support deeper Southeast Asia-Australia cooperation during these challenging COVID-19 recovery times by throwing a spotlight on the opinions of key stakeholders, influencers and actors.