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Founded in 1975 and published biannually, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs is the student-managed foreign policy journal at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. The publication provides a broad, interdisciplinary platform for analysis of legal, political, economic, environmental, and diplomatic issues in international affairs. The Fletcher Forum podcast will serve as another avenue for The Fletcher Forum and will feature interviews, roundtable discussions, and debates centered around ...
 
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On this episode of Policy Forum Pod, Elise Klein joins Sharon Bessell to discuss the Australian Government’s permanent increase to JobSeeker, punitive policies, and reframing the debate around the country’s social security system. This week the Australian Government announced the first permanent increase to the country’s unemployment benefit in dec…
 
On our 200th episode of Policy Forum Pod, Indigenous education expert and proud descendant of the Guumilaroi and Euahlayi First Nations Tony Dreise joins Arnagretta Hunter to discuss Australia's education system and learning from the country’s history. Are Australian schools being supported sufficiently to bring Indigenous perspectives to life in t…
 
Host Evan Gottesman speaks with Shira Efron and Daniel Egel of the RAND Corporation about their new study, "Alternatives in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict," examining Israeli and Palestinian responses to five proposed outcomes to the conflict. Read: "Alternatives in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict" from the RAND Corporation Read: "In Search of a…
 
What does a realistic reset of U.S. foreign policy on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict look like? Michael Koplow (Israel Policy Forum), Shira Efron (Israel Policy Forum), and Ibrahim Eid Dalalsha (Horizon Center) outline a vision for a new approach under the Biden administration. Support the show (http://support.israelpolicyforum.org/donate)…
 
This week on Policy Forum Pod, Aboriginal health advocate and Alyawarre woman Patricia Anderson AO joins us to discuss the Uluru Statement from the Heart, Australia’s path towards reconciliation, and why acknowledging its history is crucial for the country’s future. Why is a constitutionally-enshrined Voice to Parliament critical to Australia’s jou…
 
Eli, Evan, and Shanie talk with Noa Shusterman of INSS (previously an Israel Policy Pod host!) to discuss her recent article on the vaccine controversy entitled "The Palestinians and COVID-19 Vaccines: An Israeli Responsibility?" You can read the full article here: https://www.inss.org.il/publication/palestinians-and-the-vaccine/ Support the show (…
 
With the deadline for registering party lists in the rearview, the final stages of Israel's election campaign are now underway. Listen to our Tuesday briefing with an update on the state of the race with Amir Tibon of Haaretz. Support the show (http://support.israelpolicyforum.org/donate)Israel Policy Forum による
 
To kick-off 2021, we listen to the voices of leading Indigenous Australians, who join us on Policy Forum Pod to discuss wellbeing. On the first episode, water expert Virginia Marshall speaks about what policymakers can learn from Indigenous knowledge of Country. What is Country and why is it significant for Indigenous Australians? Will Australian g…
 
With another Israeli election just six weeks away Shanie Reichman, Evan Gottesman, and Eli Kowaz break down the state of play after the February 4 party registration deadline. Support the show (http://support.israelpolicyforum.org/donate)Israel Policy Forum による
 
Center for a New American Security Senior Adjunct Fellow Elisa Catalano Ewers and Associate Fellow Kaleigh Thomas discuss the Biden administration's priorities in the Middle East and its approach to policy issues including arms sales initiated under the Trump administration, future Arab-Israeli normalization agreements, U.S. relations with Saudi Ar…
 
Israeli attorney Daniel Seidemann joins host Evan Gottesman to discuss how the development of a new Jewish settlement in Givat Hamatos could imperil a viable resolution to the status of Jerusalem. Support the show (http://support.israelpolicyforum.org/donate)Israel Policy Forum による
 
The past four years have seen momentous developments in Israel, the Palestinian Territories, and American foreign policy. As New York Times Jerusalem Bureau Chief, David Halbfinger was witness to many of these important stories, which continue to shape events on the ground in the Middle East and the Biden administration’s approach to the Israeli-Pa…
 
Host Evan Gottesman speaks with IPF Atid San Francisco Steering Committee member Nathan Kurz about his new book, Jewish Internationalism and Human Rights After the Holocaust, which examines the tension between Jewish human rights advocacy and support for the Israeli government during the Cold War. If you would like to purchase Nathan's book, you ca…
 
Ilan Goldenberg, Michael Koplow, and Tamara Cofman Wittes present findings and recommendations from their recently published policy report, "A New U.S. Strategy for the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict." Hosted by Israel Policy Forum Board Chair Susie Gelman. Download the report here. Support the show (http://support.israelpolicyforum.org/donate)…
 
Hosts Evan Gottesman and Eli Kowaz speak with Times of Israel Diplomatic Correspondent Tal Schneider about Israeli perceptions of the far-right attack on the United States Capitol Building. Then, the Israel Policy Pod team checks in with Israel Policy Forum Director of Government Relations Aaron Weinberg, who lives and works in Washington, DC. Read…
 
With Knesset elections on the horizon yet again and new political parties replacing old ones, journalist Barak Ravid provides insights into the new political landscape taking shape in Israel. Support the show (http://support.israelpolicyforum.org/donate)Israel Policy Forum による
 
In our final episode of the year, Eli Kowaz talks to Neri Zilber about Israel's upcoming March elections as the list of parties begins to take shape. Topics include the creation of a new party on the Israeli left led by Tel Aviv-Jaffa Mayor Ron Huldai and Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi's decision to step away from national politics, for the time b…
 
This episode features a recording of our latest Israel Policy Briefing, a discussion between Board Chair Susie Gelman and Hussein Ibish of the Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington on the political interplay between the Palestinian leadership and the Gulf countries in the age of normalization. Support the show (http://support.israelpolicyforum.o…
 
Host Evan Gottesman speaks with Einat Levi, a researcher at the Israeli think tank Mitvim who specializes in Israel-Morocco relations, about the history of Israel's ties with Rabat, the new normalization agreement between Israel and Morocco, and the impact of U.S. recognition of Moroccan sovereignty in Western Sahara. Support the show (http://suppo…
 
On the final episode of Policy Forum Pod for 2020, Martyn Pearce is joined by Arnagretta Hunter, Sharon Bessell and John Falzon to look back on the year, and our special mini-series on the wellbeing economy. It’ll go down as the year everybody is very happy to see the back of. But what have we learnt from 2020? And what can policymakers do to ensur…
 
This week's episode includes recordings of two panels from Israel Policy Forum's virtual annual event, with Abner Goldstine, Yossi Klein Halevi, Rabbi Rick Jacobs, Tamara Cofman Wittes, Susie Gelman, and Rep. Ted Deutch, including never-before-released material not featured during the event premiere. Support the show (http://support.israelpolicyfor…
 
Host Shanie Reichman chats with Gadi Baltiansky of the Geneva Initiative about his decades-long commitment to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and unlikely partners in pursuit of a two-state solution. Learn more about his work at https://geneva-accord.org Support the show (http://support.israelpolicyforum.org/donate)…
 
On this episode in our special Policy Forum Pod mini-series on the wellbeing economy, Carolyn Hendriks and Millie Rooney join us to discuss how people and communities are bypassing politicians and policymakers to pursue a positive vision for Australia’s future. Throughout 2020, with all its trials and tribulations, many people have felt a strong se…
 
Israeli political journalist Tal Schneider examines the possibility of another Israeli election and the implications it would carry for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Naftali Bennett, Benny Gantz, Gideon Saar, and the Joint List. Support the show (http://support.israelpolicyforum.org/donate)Israel Policy Forum による
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated how deeply interconnected health and economics are. But can policymakers put health front-and-centre of economic conversations beyond the pandemic? Joining us on this episode of Policy Forum Pod to discuss health, equity and the wellbeing economy is Professor Sharon Friel. How does Australia’s economic system …
 
Just when you thought Israelis were done going to the polls, elections strike again. Evan Gottesman, Eli Kowaz, and Shanie Reichman discuss the prospects of another Knesset election and how different political parties may fare. Support the show (http://support.israelpolicyforum.org/donate)Israel Policy Forum による
 
Over the weekend, Iran’s chief nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, was assassinated. Iranian officials have blamed Israel, which appears to be behind the operation. Who was Fakhrizadeh, and what impact will his death have on Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons, U.S. foreign policy in the presidential transition period, and the incoming Biden admin…
 
Rather than returning to the status quo, many are calling for a change in thinking (and in policy) as societies around the world grapple with the coronavirus crisis. One such advocate for change is global development expert David Hulme, who joins Sharon Bessell and Arnagretta Hunter for a fascinating discussion on the wellbeing economy in this inst…
 
On the third episode in our special mini-series on the wellbeing economy, Arnagretta Hunter and Sharon Bessell are joined by Guy Standing, economist and author of The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class. With more and more people being forced into insecure work, many are calling for a more lasting solution for precariousness. One often-suggested sol…
 
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