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The Slavic Connexion

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The Slavic Connexion

The University of Texas at Austin

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A fresh international chat show from The University of Texas at Austin meant to share research, ideas, and culture from the Slavic world and beyond in digestible episodes. Each week we feature faculty, students (both undergraduate and graduate), and speakers of note from other institutions and countries. The Slavic Connexion is a production of the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies within the College of Liberal Arts at UT Austin... "It's not typical Texas." The Center fo ...
 
This show is for anyone seeking motivation, inspiration and an enjoyable reminder of what's possible. Your skills are not fixed. You can improve through hard work and perseverance. We showcase remarkable individuals and break down their stories from ordinary to extraordinary. We also dive into the annals of psychology, neuroscience and philosophy to level up your game. Host Sam Harris has launched several businesses, travelled the world, and nearly died a few times, all in the spirit of curi ...
 
Formula Indie Asia, Africa & Oceania is a 2 hours music showcase focused on independent music made in Asia, Africa & Oceania produced by European Indie Music Network info on www.euroindiemusic.info Country List Algeria, Angola, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Armenia, Georgia Moldova,Ukraine, Israel, Turkey, Russia, Azerbaijan,Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Burma, Botswana, Brunei, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia,Cameroon, Cape Verde, Chad ,China, Comoros, Rep of the Congo, DR of the Congo, So ...
 
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Russian Roulette

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Russian Roulette

CSIS | Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Russian Roulette takes a look at the politics, economics, and culture of Russia and Eurasia through both interviews and lively discussion with experts from the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and around the world. Hosted by CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program experts Olga Oliker and Jeffrey Mankoff.
 
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On Geopolitics

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On Geopolitics

Centre for Geopolitics

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With the new academic year comes a relaunch of the Centre for Geopolitics’ podcast, now called ‘On Geopolitics’. Regular hosts Ali Ansari and Suzanne Raine will discuss geopolitics issues within a historical context with guests from academia, government, science, and business.
 
Vladimir aka Vakvald. Was born in Almaty (Kazakhstan). DJ, musician, producer, has a musical education. Composing electronic dance music (EDM) in a style of House and its sub-genres. Currently, Vladimir is working on new projects to further their implementation. Пишу треки, ремиксы на заказ! Аранжировка. Сведение. Мастеринг.
 
The Perch Pod focuses on bringing first-hand geopolitical analysis from experts across various disciplines. Brought to you by Perch Perspectives, the most reliable and complete source of geopolitical information and international affairs for businesses and decision-makers. If you like what you hear, subscribe to the podcast. We put out new interviews every other Monday.
 
Hosted by Jacob Shapiro (and occasionally Rob Larity) The Cognitive Dissidents podcast is long-form exploration of geopolitics, markets, crypto, agriculture, macro-finance, commodities, ForEx, and much much more! Tune in biweekly for interviews with experts across the globe, and weekly for roundups of global financial and geopolitical events!
 
In this podcast you will hear interviews with psychodramatists all over the world who share their experience and ideas. Our aim is to make the psychodrama world closer. I am, Zhansaya Akhmetsadyk, nomad girl from Kazakhstan and I do this podcast in a collaboration with the Psychodrama Association for Europe To hear more guests and stories, please support the podcast on https://www.patreon.com/psychodramawithnomadgirl Your help means a lot! For feedbacks, suggestions and collaborations: Conta ...
 
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Unbridled Minds

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Unbridled Minds

Conspiracy Theories. Aliens, Government Secrets, Secret Societies, False Flags, Media Bias and More!

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What's possible? What's implausible? Come join us at Unbridled Minds, Where we talk all things related to conspiracy theories and where all things are plausible. We discuss issues such as Alien Existence, Technology, Q, QAnon, Secret Societies, False Flags, Declassified Government Secrets, Mind Control, Mr. Pool, Crypto and all kinds of other related issues. Conspiracy No More! To support the Show Feel Free to use Cryptocurrency and email for wallet address.
 
This podcast highlights the research of the Central European University students on historical, cultural, socio-political issues related to Central Asia. The project is based on two perspectives that stem from the backgrounds of two hosts: Elmira from Kazakhstan and Grace from the US. This ‘inside/out’ perspective will shed light on persistent assumptions about this region. Episodes will investigate different research approaches from the perspectives of local and external scholars, tradition ...
 
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Silk Road Stories

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Silk Road Stories

Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

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The Freer and Sackler Galleries’ Silk Road Storytelling group is made up of volunteers from the Washington DC community who have cultural ties to various sites along the ancient Silk Road. They trained with professional storyteller Louise Omoto Kessel to learn to tell stories from their homelands including Turkey, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, China, Mongolia, Korea, and Japan. Here is a sample of their stories. We trust that listeners will experienc ...
 
The Need To Know podcast is a production of the Office of Congressional Relations at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Each episode we will bring our nonpartisan research to life through interviews with experts and practitioners covering the world. Our goal is to bring the best independent research, open dialogue and actionable ideas to congressional staff, policy makers, and anyone else who needs to know.
 
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The Index

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The Index

Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime

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The Index is a podcast based around the Global Organized Crime Index, an online tool that ranks levels of criminality and resilience in 193 countries. From drug trafficking and mafia-style crimes to criminal justice and security – In this series we’ll take a deep dive into the Global Organized Crime Index with leading experts and look at some of the biggest organized crime threats facing countries and regions around the world. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis ...
 
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Cider Chat

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Cider Chat

Ria Windcaller: Award winning Cidermaker | Craft Libations Columnist | Podc

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Interviewing cidermakers importers, orchardists, foodies, farmers and cider enthusiasts around the world. Let’s delve into the semantics of cider…or is it hard cider, cidre, sidra or fermented apple juice? The truth is out there in Ciderville and we are going to find it. We toast in celebration of cider; As a libation, a gift from the gods, a taste of terroir, and a hard pressed good time. Ready to quench your thirst? Grab a glass and join this chat! See you in Ciderville!
 
CERBA is suspending its promotion of bilateral trade and investment activities with Russia. *** Icebreakers is the only podcast exploring the intersection of Canadian and Eurasian business, culture, and personalities. Join Nathan Hunt as he hosts leaders, politicians, artists, and more as they reflect on the current state of Canadian and Eurasian cooperation and look to the future to speculate on what is to come. With each new episode, we discover new exciting stories, personal experiences a ...
 
Missionary, worship leader, speaker Philip Renner shares his experience of being at the forefront of a worship revival in former USSR for past 4 years. Philip has served as Worship leader and youth pastor at Good News Moscow Church with his father Rick Rick Renner. at Good New Moscow Church a thriving church of 4000 in Moscow. No small feat considering Philip and his family of missionaries are Americans from Oklahoma! Philip and his team Renner Worship has led worship for churches, events fo ...
 
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We are excited to host Mr. Darren Klinck today, President and Director at the Arras Minerals – a Canadian junior mining & exploration company operating in Kazakhstan. Darren has extensive international experience in mining, having raised over 800 million for the projects globally including Guatemala, Laos, Australia, New Zeeland and Myanmar. He is …
 
The Kremlin’s decision to recognize the independence of the Russia-occupied Donetsk and Luhansk regions of eastern Ukraine, then launch an invasion of Ukraine, created new tensions between Kazakhstan and Russia. The remarks of Kazakh President Qasym-Zhomart Toqaev and Russian President Vladimir Putin when they were sitting together in St. Petersbur…
 
As broadcast June 22, 2022 with plenty of extra kuldak to sate your appetite. Tonight we head to Kazakhstan with the fabulous Dunia Aljawad for our 77th Round Trip Wednesday. The Crossroads of Asia, the middle of the famed Silk Road has seen it all over the millenia, and it's cultural diversity is certainly reflected in its fantastic music influenc…
 
Day 117. Today, we discuss the latest updates from Ukraine and Europe, and analyse the view of Putin’s invasion from central Asia with our correspondent James Kilner, who’s on the ground in Nur-Sultan, the capital of Kazakhstan. Contributors: David Knowles (Host) Francis Dearnley (Assistant Comment Editor) Katie O'Neill (Foreign Correspondent) Jame…
 
Kamran Bokhari of the New Lines Institute dives deep into the turbulence brewing in Eurasia, with the war in Ukraine destabilizing some already tenuous relationships with Russia, and the US's decision to withdraw from Afghanistan and leave the Taliban in charge - The US, China, Pakistan, Turkey, and Iran are all pushing for a foothold in the region…
 
Kamran Bokhari of the New Lines Institute dives deep into the turbulence brewing in Eurasia, with the war in Ukraine destabilizing some already tenuous relationships with Russia, and the US's decision to withdraw from Afghanistan and leave the Taliban in charge - The US, China, Pakistan, Turkey, and Iran are all pushing for a foothold in the region…
 
Apples started their world tour from Kazakhstan but... It is inconceivable but true that in the home land, the epicenter, the frick'n ground zero of all apples globally there is no history of cidermaking in Kazakhstan. Welcome 2022 and the pioneering team of Aizhan, who is Kazak, and her French husband Alex Thomas. Together they are changing the co…
 
Iran’s relations with the countries of Central Asian have been up and down for more than 30 years. Now there are signs that their ties are again strengthening: Between May 29 and June 19, three Centra Asian presidents paid official visits to Iran. One reason for the outreach is the unreliability of the region’s traditional trade route through Russi…
 
Stories from Hong Kong, 25 years on since the handover from British to Chinese rule. We hear from the last governor of Hong Kong, a pro democracy campaigner and about life in Kowloon Walled City.(Photo: Chris Patten at the handover ceremony of Hong Kong from Britain to China. Credit: Getty Images)By BBC World Service
 
Day 128. Today, we analyse the latest updates from above the battlefront, discuss the concept of ‘Risk’ and how you calculate it and get the view from a state that neighbours Russia on the other side of the world, Japan. Contributors: David Knowles (Host) Dominic Nicholls (Defence & Security Editor) Francis Dearnley (Assistant Comment Editor) Venet…
 
This episode, we take measure of the economic impact of China's stringent laws in Hong Kong and then take a deep dive into the social and political costs of Beijing's crackdown on the special administrative region. First, digital editor Waj Khan lays out the big picture: What ails the relationship between Beijing and Hong Kong? (02:25) Next, busine…
 
This week we take a look at president Tokayev visiting Iran and Turkmenistan, tensions flaring between Nur-Sultan and Moscow, protests in Kyrgyzstan, the Uzbek president seeking constitutional amendments to allow him to seek a third term, US sanctions coming to the region, ongoing chaos in Gorno-Badakhshan, Turkmenistan reopening to Russia, and Put…
 
Day 127. Today, we discuss the Russian retreat from Snake Island, get the latest from the final day of the NATO summit in Madrid, and we interrogate the CCTV from the site of the strike on the mall in Kremenchuk. Plus, an exclusive interview with the Klitschko brothers. Contributors: David Knowles (Host) Dominic Nicholls (Defence & Security Editor)…
 
This year India has experienced its worst heatwave since records began. The heatwave is estimated to have led to dozens of deaths across the region and led to forest fires and damage to wheat crops. Health and livelihoods are threatened by the rising temperatures. How much can India adapt to heat that is rising to the limit of human endurance and w…
 
Day 126. Today, we’re on the ground at the NATO summit in Madrid, discuss the latest updates from the war zone and delve into the law and ethics of ‘precision’ weapons. Contributors: David Knowles (Host) Dominic Nicholls (Defence & Security Editor) Francis Dearnley (Assistant Comment Editor) Katie O'Neill (Assistant Foreign Editor) See Privacy Poli…
 
Even during times less tumultuous than the one we are in now, lawyers as a profession report high levels of stress. Finding the way to keep motivated and healthy on an individual level while fighting systemic problems is no easy task. It was this challenge that lawyers Nora Bergman and Chelsy Castro set out to address in their new book, 50 Lessons …
 
Even during times less tumultuous than the one we are in now, lawyers as a profession report high levels of stress. Finding the way to keep motivated and healthy on an individual level while fighting systemic problems is no easy task. It was this challenge that lawyers Nora Bergman and Chelsy Castro set out to address in their new book, 50 Lessons …
 
CiderDays 2.0 November 4th and 5th, 2022 - Greenfield, MA tickets for live August 1, 2022 Sign up for Cider Chat's eNews to get updates on CiderDays 2.0 Getting to Alma An affection to snow brought Dave Klawer to Washington State. Instead of becoming a professional snowboarder he became a nurse a while he continues to grow his cider brad Alma Cider…
 
If you want to go fast go alone. If you want to go far go together. Eccie Newton is the founder of Karma Cans and Karma Kitchen. She has raised over £350 million pounds for her business and learnt a lot of lessons the hard way. One of the biggest keys to her success is having the right team around her to execute on her ideas. She has a lot of stren…
 
Well, it’s summer and a lot of folks are heading out into the great outdoors. In a disaster or any other situation that knocks us off the grid, we’ll be exposed a lot more to things like insect stings and poison ivy, as well as strange food items that we aren’t accustomed to. Being in contact with all this stuff may cause Allergic reactions in susc…
 
Day 125. Today: We discuss the Russian missile strike on a shopping mall in Kremenchuk in the centre of Ukraine. Our Brussels correspondent Joe Barnes is on the ground in Madrid for the NATO conference. We analyse remarks from the head of the British Army who has likened the country's current defence situation to the lead up to the Second World War…
 
Jacob brings on special guest Dr. Jacek Bartosiak to discuss the Polish perspective on the Russia-Ukraine War, the implications of Kaliningrad being sealed off from Russia, and much more. Dr. Jacek Bartosiak is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Strategy & Future. He is the author of best-selling books including “Pacyfik i Eurazja. O Wojnie…
 
Jacob brings on special guest Dr. Jacek Bartosiak to discuss the Polish perspective on the Russia-Ukraine War, the implications of Kaliningrad being sealed off from Russia, and much more. Dr. Jacek Bartosiak is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Strategy & Future. He is the author of best-selling books including “Pacyfik i Eurazja. O Wojnie…
 
Japan entered the 1960s on a bad note. The ANPO protests, the resignation of Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi and finally the assassination of Inejiro Asanuma. However Japan would make a complete turn around by the mid 60s becoming one of the most successful nations in the world. This episode covers the legacy of Nobusuke Kishi and Japan's transformat…
 
Day 124. Today, we assess the situation from the front lines as Russian occupies Severeodonetsk, as well as Russia defaulting on its foreign debts for the first time since 1918. Plus, our Whitehall Editor is live from the G7 in Austria. Contributors: David Knowles (Host) Dom Nicholls (Defence and Security Editor) Tony Diver (Whitehall Correspondent…
 
In June 2012, Egypt held its first ever free democratic Presidential election. Mohamed Morsi, representing the Muslim Brotherhood, emerged victorious. Ben Henderson spoke to Rabab El-Mahdi, Chief Strategist to one of Morsi’s rival candidates. She described what it was like to be involved in the first election of its kind, how Morsi tried to recruit…
 
Day 121. Today, we discuss the latest news from the front as Ukrainian troops pull back from Severodonetsk, after weeks of pounding by Russian artillery. Plus, we hear from our Brussels correspondent Joe Barnes who’s returned back from the Kaliningrad-Lithuania border. He talks about his reporting there and gives an insight into the EU’s thinking o…
 
As broadcast June 24, 2022 with plenty of hearts for your streaming lovefest. Tonight we begin by paying tribute to a legend of the synthesizer and the studio in Patrick Adams, who passed away on Wednesday. An inspiration to artists all over the spectrum, he left a massive mark for both those that were aware and even more so for those that were bli…
 
As broadcast June 24, 2022 with plenty of extra history for your streaming monocle. Tonight a double feature for the history in part 2 with Ray Charles and Leon Bridges leaving big marks early in their careers on this date. Great new tunes out this week to enjoy around and amongst the historical facts, along with a few crucial slept on cuts from th…
 
Jacob and Rob tackle the energy crisis as it blooms across the world, compounded with inflation woes and the big question mark of an incoming recession. Tune in to hear their thoughts. Timestamps: 1:40-31:20 Energy/Recession/Inflation Oh my! 31:20-End – Hong Kong Dollar Make sure to check out the Cognitive Dissidents site and services here.…
 
Day 120. Today, we bring you the news from the Donbas as Russian forces continue their slow yet deadly advance. We discuss the latest updates on the energy crisis and look forward to the weekend, when Russia looks likely to default on its foreign debts for the first time since 1918. Contributors: David Knowles (Host) Dom Nicholls (Defence and Secur…
 
As broadcast June 21, 2022 with plenty of extra festives for your streaming experience. Tonight we mark the 20th anniversary of Bonnaroo kicking off with a stellar lineup of jam bands that included Jurassic 5, so we had to give their debut EP a little spin to start the show and pay tribute to an amazing festival that still does its thing every summ…
 
Each year, Ukraine exports enough food to feed 400 million people around the world. But the Russian invasion has disrupted vital trade routes, trapping an estimated 25 million tonnes of grain in silos around the port city of Odesa. The African Union describes the situation as a catastrophic scenario, and the UN Secretary General says the shortages …
 
Day 119. Today, we talk about the ferocious fighting across the Donbas, get updates on drone warfare and hear from Telegraph Correspondent Nicola Smith, who’s been on the ground in the East of Ukraine for the past week. Please note: there is mild profanity in this episode. Contributors: David Knowles (Host) Dom Nicholls (Defence and Security Editor…
 
Suzanne and Ali explore this short but significant border. --- The hosts: Suzanne Raine is an Affiliate Lecturer at the Centre for Geopolitics at Cambridge University. She served for 24 years in the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office on foreign policy and national security issues, including postings in Poland, Iraq and Pakistan. She specialise…
 
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