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A critical but mostly overlooked aspect of both contemporary and historical political violence is the role diaspora communities have played in the planning, organization, financing, and execution of acts of terror. Members of the American Irish, Canadian Sikh, Swiss Tamil and Australian Croat diasporas—to provide just a sample—have all been powerful agents in the terrorist activities perpetrated in the name of their national and religious communities. The Diaspora Politics and Transnational ...
 
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In which Collin returns to his home country in the company of a former Alex Salmond staffer to talk about Scotland and America. Sorry for no main show last week, we are recording this week with a new episode out Monday! yay.... yay??donttellthepilot による
 
Hello and welcome to Freedompol Snackfreedom, the freedom-based podcast that is no longer in lockdown. It's a jam-packed episode this week! We do have a content warning from 46:40 - 53:00 for a story about the death of an Indigenous woman at the hands of police, so if you don't want to hear that you can skip past it. We also have MULTIPLE SPOTW awa…
 
Recent events in NSW have shown that its Independent Commission Against Corruption is doing its job, despite the protests of Scott Morrison: the Obeids and Ian Macdonald have been sentenced to jail for attempting to embezzle $100 million through a coal mine lease licence between 2007-2009. It was the NSW ICAC which commenced proceedings against the…
 
Katharine Murphy speaks to the independent Indi MP Helen Haines about her plan to reintroduce a federal integrity commission bill to the lower house next week and why a commonwealth anti-corruption watchdog is vital for democracyThe Guardian による
 
Lukas Coch/AAP Bridget McKenzie is a cabinet minister and Nationals leader in the Senate. But her seniority hasn’t inhibited her being one of her party’s most outspoken advocates demanding protections for the regions before it signs up to the target of net zero emissions by 2050. In this podcast, recorded two days before the Nationals’ meeting to c…
 
What's the latest on our modern supply chain crisis? The Px3 audience is shockingly plugged in to the logistics network! We prove it with a mail bag. James Thatcher (a 20-year veteran of international logistics) breaks down what is going wrong now, what is fixable and gives some (dire?) predictions for the future.…
 
Dean Lewins/AAP COVID-19 has meant international students have been unable to arrive in Australia to commence their studies, devastating one of our most profitable sectors. We’re joined in this podcast by Phil Honeywood, CEO of the International Education Association of Australia to talk about the impact of the pandemic on universities, students, a…
 
Could the Democrats actually be negotiating with each other? Did Bernie cross a line with Joe Manchin and finally trigger a thaw? Is Biden going to do something? The Virginia Gov race is in the home stretch and a big ugly scene has erupted in the center of it. Will a horrifying crime trigger a culture war shift that imperils Terry McAuliffe's lead?…
 
Scott Morrison has changed his mind and will now attend the COP26 climate change forum in Glasgow. It was obvious Morrison didn’t want to got to COP26 for a number of reasons: it’s all about climate change action, which is anathema to the Liberal–National Coalition; it’s an international meeting where Australia’s embarrassingly poor policies on cli…
 
As well as Michelle Grattan’s usual interviews with experts and politicians about the news of the day, Politics with Michelle Grattan now includes “Word from The Hill”, where all things political will be discussed with members of The Conversations’s politics team. In this week’s episode, politics + society editor Amanda Dunn and Michelle discuss th…
 
We're much refreshed and back at it again after a week off. Luckily there was juuuust enough news for us to put together a show. There is a CW for one of our First Nations stories, which involves the name of an Indigenous man who has died at the hands of police. That segment runs from 45:50 - 50:05. This week we're serving up... Aperitifs: Morrison…
 
How many times have we been told by conservative business groups in Australia that minimum wages need to be kept low so businesses have more finances to employ more people? And not just minimum wages, but all wages? The only problem is this erstwhile neoliberal pipedream doesn’t actually work and there’s a recent Nobel Prize for Economics out there…
 
Justin does some light texting and finds a very interesting theory about the Southwest Airlines / Vaccine Mandate rumors. A viral ad that MIGHT actually plug into a fruitful campaign for the Democrats. Molly Wood (Marketplace Tech) joins us to discuss her latest podcast How We Survive. The reality of green tech and climate change from the point of …
 
Libor Zavoral/AAP The Morrison Government is in the painful throes of a climate policy shift to embrace a target of net zero by 2050, ahead of next month’s Glasgow conference. This requires a deal with the divided, noisy, fractious Nationals. We’re joined in this podcast by Tony Wood, Director of the Energy Program at the Grattan Institute, to talk…
 
The most surprising part of News Corporation’s greenwashing of the Liberal Party is not so much that it’s occurring right now, but the fact that it’s happening so quickly. The Liberal Party – working hand in glove with the Business Council of Australia, and their erstwhile friends at News Corporation – has resisted all action on climate change ever…
 
As well as Michelle Grattan’s usual interviews with experts and politicians about the news of the day, Politics with Michelle Grattan now includes “Word from The Hill”, where all things political will be discussed with members of The Conversations’s politics team. In this week’s episode, they canvass Scott Morrison’s signal he now does want to go t…
 
We're taking a week off! Woo! So we're releasing this bonus episode from a couple months ago. Zac did some actual research about Bob Hawke acting as an informant for the US Government, and Noon did some rants about the Rendlesham Forest incident and the assassination of Bobby Kennedy. Support us financially over on Patreon for a bonus episode every…
 
There’s continuing fallout from the broken French submarines deal, and a humiliated country will seek retribution in other ways. Australia didn’t learn the lessons given by China, where the Australian government pressured the WHO to investigate the origins of coronavirus and Defence Minister, Peter Dutton, decided to directly blame China for releas…
 
Katharine Murphy and Guardian Australia’s team of political reporters answer your most burning political questions. Will Scott Morrison attend the Cop26 summit, is a federal election looming, and is a federal anti-corruption body on the horizon?The Guardian による
 
The Debt Ceiling is the big talk all over DC and we take a look at the issue, the strategies and how things might play out. The Lieutenant Governor of Idaho issued several executive orders while the Governor was out of the state. Drama? Yes. But what's more? They are about to run against each other for the state's top job! Prof. Matthew Browne (Dec…
 
AAP/Mick Tsikas After Gladys Berejiklian’s resignation over an investigation by the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), the debate about the federal government’s proposed – but weak – federal integrity commission is heating up. Stephen Charles, a former Victorian judge who is a director of the Centre for Public Integrity, says the…
 
There’s been far too much adulation from the media for the former Premier of New South Wales, Gladys Berejiklian, who took the decision to resign from Parliament, after the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption declared she is a person of interest in a corruption investigation. Politicians are not rock stars, and journalists are not their g…
 
AAP/Mick Tsikas As well as Michelle Grattan’s usual interviews with experts and politicians about the news of the day, Politics with Michelle Grattan now includes “Word from The Hill”, where all things political will be discussed with members of The Conversations’s politics team. In this week’s episode, politics + society editor Amanda Dunn and Mic…
 
You know, Gladys? Gladys Berryjuicelemon? Well, anyway, this week we're serving up: Aperitifs: It is #BirdoftheYear time! Drop your vote for the regent honeyeater here: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/ng-interactive/2021/sep/27/australian-bird-of-the-year-2021-vote-now-for-your-favourite Also, the fallout for our cancelled submarine deal wi…
 
It happened quickly but it wasn’t really a shock when the NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, resigned after it was revealed that the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption was commenced proceedings to investigate whether she acted corruptly in the award of community grants between 2012 and 2018. There were many tears and Berejiklian resigned r…
 
Katharine Murphy speaks to New South Wales energy minister Matt Kean about the state’s plan to cut emissions in half by 2030 – a move that has added pressure on the Morrison government to act on climate change Matt Kean urges moderates to push party harder on net zeroThe Guardian による
 
As we marvel at the cluster in congress surrounding Biden's Build Back Better bill we look back at the 2009 passage of Obamacare where... you guessed it... two Democratic votes gummed up the works. Is what happened a road map of the future? The good and bad news for Biden on COVID as Delta finally relents. Matt Donnelly (Ice Cream Social) joins us …
 
AAP/Lukas Coch With the 2022 election looming, local activists are mobilising in many government seats to sponsor independent candidates. The push – stronger and more organised since the 2019 election – is driven especially by concerns about climate change and integrity issues, as well as the general declining faith in the major parties, There will…
 
The United Nations Climate Change Conference – COP26 – is coming up soon, but Scott Morrison is toying with the idea of not attending the event in Glasgow. This is the most important climate change conference since 2015 – and possibly ever – but Morrison isn’t interested, too busy fondling the lump of coal he dragged into federal Parliament, a rock…
 
CONGRESS APOCALYPTO! Pelosi sides with the moderates at the 11th hour. Will the progressives cave or hold the line? Oh also, the debt ceiling needs to be raised. Yeah, and the government is going to shut down on Thursday. WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN! Bill Scher joins us to bask in the glory of his prediction that Pelosi was going to do EXACTLY WHAT SHE…
 
The Conversation/AAP As well as her interviews with politicians and experts, Politics with Michelle Grattan now includes “Word from The Hill”, where she discusses the news with members of The Conversation politics team. In this episode, politics + society Senior Deputy Editor Justin Bergman and Michelle canvass the internal brawling that’s happenin…
 
It's another super long episode because our story on the Melbourne protests accidentally went nearly an hour long. Whoopsie doodle! Hopefully you find our discussion at least somewhat interesting or insightful. We also have a couple of trigger warnings at the end of the show. Time codes are below and we give warnings when you're listening before th…
 
Melbourne has had a big week: it’s long suffering populace had to put up with a barrage of abuse from the Melbourne conservative media, a rent-a-crowd protest dressed up like union members and 74-year-old grandmothers attacked the city and, to top that off, they also had a 5.8 Richter magnitude earthquake. Of course, there were union members within…
 
Katharine Murphy speaks to Guardian Australia’s economics writer Greg Jericho and the senior economics correspondent for the Age and the Sydney Morning Herald, Shane Wright, about Australia’s economic recovery after Covid and the possibility of a post-pandemic federal electionThe Guardian による
 
You might rightfully wonder how over 10,000 immigrants from the Caribbean island nation of Haiti wound up in Del Rio, Texas. Justin doesn't have a lot of answers but it is yet another headache for Biden to deal with. The first negative ads of the midterms are here! GOP aligned groups begin hammering Dems on the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill. Mi…
 
AAP/Lukas Coch The New AUKUS security agreement has bound Australia even more tightly to the United States and Britain. But it has brought blowback against all three countries from France – which was blindsided by the cancellation of its contract to supply submarines to Australia. On another front, Australia is under intense pressure from its two “…
 
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