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The State Department's Office of Public Liaison and Intergovernmental Affairs works around the clock to think of how the U.S. Department of State can better engage with the American people by increasing public awareness and involvement in the Department and its work. In order to support an ongoing dialogue, we arrange conference calls and video conference briefings, which we plan to begin broadcasting on Blog Talk Radio. Tune in for insight and updates on US Foreign Policy.
 
Each week, Foreign Policy’s Amy Mackinnon, will recommend one podcast from around the world, interview the host, and play an excerpt. This curated show is designed to help listeners interested in the things we are—great stories, compelling interviews, and cogent analysis on international affairs—sort through the overwhelming variety of podcasts out there and find the best ones. And occasionally you’ll hear audio from our own newsroom. FP Playlist replaces our flagship podcast First Person.
 
The Chicago Council on Global Affairs is an independent, nonpartisan organization that provides insight – and influences the public discourse – on critical global issues. We convene leading global voices and conduct independent research to bring clarity and offer solutions to challenges and opportunities across the globe. Ranked the #1 Think Tank to Watch worldwide, the Council on Global Affairs is committed to engaging the public and raising global awareness of issues that transcend borders ...
 
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In our second edition of our Up to Speed narrative series, we tell the story of Japan’s economic miracle. What fueled Japan’s unprecedented economic boom, what led to its stagnation beginning in the 1990s, and what lessons can we learn from the story of Japan for the international economic challenges of today? UTS: Japan’s Economic Miracle Follow u…
 
Turkish President Erdoğan initially pursued “zero problems with neighbors” as a foreign policy strategy, but now relies on the country’s military might to achieve political goals. Brookings’ Kemal Kirişci and journalist Ayla Jean Yackley join Deep Dish to explain what Turkey’s approach means for neighbors, allies, and foes.…
 
This week on Foreign Policy Playlist we feature Power of the Streets, a podcast from the Human Rights Watch that talks to human rights activists working on the continent of Africa. FP’s Amy Mackinnon talks to Power of the Streets’ host Audrey Wabwire about an episode they did where they spoke to Thomars Shamuyarira a migrants rights worker in Zimba…
 
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani called the United States' decision to leave Afghanistan by September 11 a “moment of both opportunity and risk” this week. The University of Texas at Austin’s Aaron O’Connell and the International Crisis Group’s Andrew Watkins join guest host Elizabeth Shackelford on Deep Dish to examine whether the United States can w…
 
In our first Foreign Policy Playlist of May, we feature The China in Africa Podcast, a show that focuses on China's engagement in the African continent. In the episode “How China Lends : A Landmark Report on Chinese Loan Contracts,” hosts Eric Olander and Cobus van Staden discuss the topic that is dominating Washington right now: how China is using…
 
Vice President Kamala Harris urged world leaders at the United Nations this week to begin preparing for the next pandemic, even as COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise in some parts of the world. Abbott’s Gavin Cloherty and the Cary Institute’s Barbara Han join Deep Dish to explain their strategies for tracking infections and why collaboration is…
 
This week on Foreign Policy Playlist we’re featuring Inside China, a podcast from the South China Morning Post that looks at a range of topics, including the country's rapidly developing space industry, its tech, and the COVID-19 pandemic. A recent episode of the show spotlights the ongoing fight by Chinese women to freeze their eggs—and, also, why…
 
This Friday will mark President Joe Biden’s 100th day as the 46th President of the United States. This means 100 days of Biden Foreign Policy. What has he done thus far? Has he kept his campaign promises? What are some areas his administration could improve on? And, is there a semblance of a Biden Foreign Policy Doctrine yet? To answer these questi…
 
We're marking the end of America's longest war with what may be the longest episode of this podcast to date. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at fx.substack.com/subscribeDerek Davison and Kate Kizer による
 
Today, Thursday April 22nd, is Earth Day, a global holiday celebrating environmental protection. In light of this holiday, on today’s episode we will be discussing how the global transition toward a less carbon intensive energy system is affecting global geopolitics as we know it. Over the past century, energy geopolitics have centered on struggles…
 
Twenty-three years after the Good Friday Accords, sectarian violence in Northern Ireland is once again making headlines. The European University Institute’s Brigid Laffan and POLITICO Europe’s Shawn Pogatchnik join Deep Dish to explain why the trade fallout from Brexit could destroy the fragile peace.…
 
In this episode of Foreign Policy Playlist we suggest Vice News’ Source Material, a documentary podcast that uses footage taken by people as they lived through major historical moments. We spotlight the episode “Vlogging the Syrian War” which is based on video footage captured by Abdullah Jabbar, or AJ, as he documents his and his family’s life in …
 
A few weeks ago, Foreign Policy launched a podcast about the war in Syria and specifically about young people who have become displaced over the past decade. We featured one of the episodes on Playlist—it’s called Syria’s Lost Generation. We wanted to give you a chance to hear all six episodes, so we’re inserting the rest of them here in our feed a…
 
A few weeks ago, Foreign Policy launched a podcast about the war in Syria and specifically about young people who have become displaced over the past decade. We featured one of the episodes on Playlist—it’s called Syria’s Lost Generation. We wanted to give you a chance to hear all six episodes, so we’re inserting the rest of them here in our feed a…
 
A few weeks ago, Foreign Policy launched a podcast about the war in Syria and specifically about young people who have become displaced over the past decade. We featured one of the episodes on Playlist—it’s called Syria’s Lost Generation. We wanted to give you a chance to hear all six episodes, so we’re inserting the rest of them here in our feed a…
 
A few weeks ago, Foreign Policy launched a podcast about the war in Syria and specifically about young people who have become displaced over the past decade. We featured one of the episodes on Playlist—it’s called Syria’s Lost Generation. We wanted to give you a chance to hear all six episodes, so we’re inserting the rest of them here in our feed a…
 
A few weeks ago, Foreign Policy launched a podcast about the war in Syria and specifically about young people who have become displaced over the past decade. We featured one of the episodes on Playlist—it’s called Syria’s Lost Generation. We wanted to give you a chance to hear all six episodes, so we’re inserting the rest of them here in our feed a…
 
China today is undergoing tremendous domestic changes while it is adopting a bolder foreign policy giving rise to Sino-American competition. At the center of it all is Xi Jinping– the general secretary of the Chinese Community Party, the president of China, and the paramount leader for nearly 10 years. What changes to China have Xi Jinping made? Do…
 
After failing to hold elections in February, Somalia’s President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo passed legislation this week to extend his power for at least two more years, prompting global concern. Somali academic Abdi Aynte and former US diplomat Elizabeth Shackelford join Deep Dish to unpack the players in Somalia’s politics and what role the intern…
 
This week, Foreign Policy Playlist features Al Jazeera’s Hindsight, a podcast that takes you into the minds of some of history’s most famous and infamous characters. One of Hindsight’s recent episodes is told from the perspective of Saddam Hussein as he navigates his way up the ladder in Iraq’s government. Al Jazeera’s executive producer Joanne Mel…
 
Israel’s parliamentary election this March– its fourth in two years– has provided no conclusion to the political deadlock the country continues to face. As of now, neither coalition has been able to achieve a majority in Israel’s parliament, continuing the electoral gridlock which may result in a fifth election this summer. This constant cycle of r…
 
In today’s podcast, we discuss the South China Sea with Greg Poling of CSIS. At the end of March, more than 200 Chinese fishing vessels were spotted anchored off of Whitsun Reef, a contested land feature in the South China Sea. These were no normal fishing vessels however, they were part of China’s maritime militia, a paramilitary fleet used to est…
 
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