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My name is Jamal A. Al Akkad. I will talk about entrepreneurship, and Startups in Saudi Arabia (the WHY & HOW)إسمي جمال عبدالرحمن العقاد. سأتحدث عن ريادة الأعمال والمنشآت الناشئة بالمملكة العربية السعودية (لماذا و كيف). تحياتيjamal@evc3.net
 
WELCOME! Girl Interrupter is a comedy podcast that launched its' first episode in August 2020. Since its' premier, the show has been featured on Apple Podcast's Top 250 (in Comedy and/or Comedy Interviews) in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Saudi Arabia, Germany, Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Norway, Panama and China! Shayna Amster (Host, Producer, Marketer, Animator, Recruiter, etc.) started the project as a creative outlet and has elevated her craft into a full-blown obsession. The ...
 
The Human Rights Foundation's original audio content serves as a storytelling platform for some of the world's bravest activists, artists, policy-makers, business leaders, and technologists. Our podcast provides those who risk their safety in return for a chance to raise the world's awareness of human rights issues, and the incredibly important work that is being done to address them.
 
Based out of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, The Gaming Recess is a casual Arablish videogame talk show. Game development enthusiasts talk about the latest in the realm of videogames with news, reviews, and discussions. Made and hosted by the @GameDevJeddah Team.
 
Allen & Overy is an international legal practice and trusted counsel to the world's leading companies, financial institutions and public sector organisations. In this series of podcasts, our lawyers share their perspectives on today's most significant global legal, regulatory and commercial issues. Disclaimer: Podcasts are not legal advice. Laws may have changed since a podcast was recorded.
 
Independent Americans is a weekly news show hosted by Paul Rieckhoff. He’s a fighter, a patriot, and an independent political and media force to be reckoned with. After serving as a soldier in Iraq in 2004, Rieckhoff emerged as one of the most dynamic political and social leaders in America. In every episode, he breaks down the most important issues facing our country. And he interviews the most influential and compelling people. He’s taking on Republicans, Democrats—and everyone in between. ...
 
The Arab uprisings of 2011 created unexpected opportunities for religious radicals. Although many inside and outside the region initially saw the uprisings as liberal triumphs, illiberal forces have benefited disproportionately. In Tunisia, formally marginalized jihadi-salafi groups appealed for mainstream support, and in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood triumphed in elections. Even in Saudi Arabia, not known for either lively politics or for political entrepreneurship, a surprising array of fo ...
 
Twice a week, this podcast will take you on a smart, direct, sometimes scary, sometimes profane, sometimes hilarious tour of the inner workings of American power and of the impact of our leaders and their policies on our standing in the world. Hosted by noted author and commentator David Rothkopf and featuring regulars Rosa Brooks of Georgetown Law School, Kori Schake of Stanford University and David Sanger of the New York Times, the program will be the lively, smart dinner table conversatio ...
 
I like to make things people use. I also like talking about things that people use. And some things they don't... Mentor at Techstars. Advisor at Kiip, Lingvist, KidEd and others. Head of digital at MHP. Investor at Spatch, Neardesk and GamesGRABR.
 
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Independent Americans is your trusted, independent source for news, politics, culture and inspiration. It’s a smart, fresh, candid perspective you won’t find anywhere else in the media. And we’ll always be grounded in a focus on national security, foreign affairs and domestic threats. Despite the lack of media coverage, America is still very much a…
 
In this podcast, MaameYaa Kwafo-Akoto, senior associate in our Funds & Asset Management practice, speaks with Mazen Al-Jubeir, Private Investor, Chairman of the Jada Fund of Funds and Vice Chairman of the Alraidah Investment Company. They discuss the impact of Covid-19 on Saudi Arabia, investing in Saudi PE and VC funds, what distinguishes Saudi Ar…
 
The US Navy recently filed multiple patents for a scalable Nuclear Fusion Reactor - Article Link Here. China's Tianwen-1 spacecraft just entered orbit around Mars with plans to land its first-ever Rover on the Red Planet later this month - Article Link Here. Saudi Arabia plans to construct a new plant that will use Sunlight and Reverse Osmosis tech…
 
Weren't we supposed to get a break from being angry at DC? At the political inanity? The recklessness? The law breaking with impunity? Sure its the same old people being inane and reckless and breaking the law but even with Democrats in charge in the White House and in both houses of Congress, progress is painfully hard to come by, setbacks are fre…
 
TRIGGER WARNING: This weeks episode gets dark (not racist but... we explore the comical value in things that aren’t necessarily funny). Comedian, Dylan Palladino, and I share our perspectives on: suicide, trolls, negging, “daddy” issues, trauma, expectations for others, sexual assault victimization, coping mechanisms, online dating apps, DMs, bagel…
 
The enforceability of material adverse change clauses (“MAC clauses”) in commercial contracts is an area which has come under increased scrutiny in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. In this episode, litigation counsel Helen Biggin, litigation consultant Peter Watson and structured asset finance senior associate Chris Mitchell discuss the scope of …
 
Deep State Radio listeners know Rosa Brooks as one of our founding regulars, a scholar on constitutional and international law and a national security expert. But for the past few years she has served as a police officer in Washington, DC and has written about her experiences and the lessons we can all draw from them in a new book, "Tangled Up in B…
 
ISIS was as unstoppable as their beliefs and actions were unconscionable when they arrived in Kobani. But there they were defeated by a force that not only outfought them on the battlefield but simultaneously obliterated their eleventh century ideology of the suppression and abuse of women. It was an army led in part by women, featuring fierce, cap…
 
Last week, the Biden Administration released the official conclusion that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was behind the brutal murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. It also detailed a host of measures to penalize the Saudis. Critics were unhappy there were no direct penalties for MBS. But the administration made it clear to t…
 
In this episode of In Credit, A&O’s consumer finance team Joanne Owens, Victoria Ferres and Sophie Skeet discuss regulatory updates on the horizon for 2021. We round up the key matters on the agenda for consumer credit and mortgages including a couple of the big picture changes such as Brexit and the LIBOR transition. We also run through some of th…
 
When the 9/11 Commission was formed in the wake of the Al Qaeda attacks on the US, the current was united in grief and anger but politically polarized and it was very difficult to find a path forward that would be credible and an effective driver of reform. But the divisions of the early 2000s were nothing compared to what we have today and the pro…
 
Check out my YouTube animations! Facebook // Instagram // Twitter // More Stuff Guest: Freddy G Music: Leo Fazan - The Office theme punk cover Tyler Adams - The Office - Opening Theme (Metal Cover) S.E.O. SHIT: On this week’s episode, I’m schooled on Jewish holiday that I had no prior knowledge of (called Purm… Perm? Whatever—It’s Halloween for Jew…
 
Independent Americans is your trusted, independent source for news, politics, culture and inspiration. It’s a smart, fresh, candid perspective you won’t find anywhere else in the media. Winter is dragging on, but we’re bringing light to warm things up. Our host, Paul Rieckhoff (@PaulRieckhoff) is tearing into a pivotal week in the quest for account…
 
The US has seen its influence plummet during the past four years as our president made everything including foreign policy about himself. That changed in an instant when Joe Biden was elected president, but now we must come to grips with the fact that in many areas our international and national security policies are woefully out of step with the t…
 
Donald Trump introduced the truth-optional, bring your own dysfunction era to American politics and it made for good ratings. Now, he has been replaced by a president who rejects Trump's approaches, his use of social media, his melodrama, his lies and his criming. So, is that a good thing or will it afford Trump to outshine the bully pulpit of the …
 
Craig Unger's new book American Kompromat details the KGB recruitment of Donald Trump and how a man like Trump can become a valued Russian asset. It can all be legal. It can all be more or less out in the open. And in the end, it can compromise US national interests in profound ways...as it did. It's a fascinating look at the back story of the grea…
 
Authoritarianism is on the rise globally – but one resilient country has learned how to push back. In this conversation with Taiwan's Digital Minister Audrey Tang, learn how Taiwan is protecting its young democracy using transparency, innovation, and open governance.Human Rights Foundation による
 
A Cryptocurrency/Blockchain investing firm is proposing to various state governments, legislation to build an entire city themselves (infrastructure, business, residences, and all), govern it, and use cryptocurrencies as it's only money source. - Article Link Here. A drug called 'Semaglutide' is being submitted for approval to the U.S. FDA after su…
 
The Biden foreign policy and national security teams arrived to choruses of praise for the experience of the members and their general positions. That said a van full of orangutans would have been greeted as an improvement to Trump & his motley crew. But what are the potential areas in which they will face challenges? And what does the world have i…
 
This is our first episode of Deep Thoughts with David Rothkopf, our new weekly feature available exclusively to our members. This week, David discusses the grim milestone of 500K deaths from Covid. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/deepstateradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
While Trumpists may have celebrated that the disgraced former president was not convicted by the Senate and the Senators who voted to convict have been attacked for their show of conscience, the reality is that Trump's legal prospects are not good. Mitch McConnell, his one time ally, called for his prosecution. Multiple cases in which he is a targe…
 
Check out my YouTube animations! Facebook // Instagram // Twitter // More Stuff Music: "THE JETSONS" [Trap Remix!] - Remix Maniacs Dumb Notes: Brace yourselves for the dumbest conversation of a lifetime. Joining me today is Ryan Cuntingham (Cunningham? Cummingham? Oh well-- who gives a fuck?), self proclaimed comedian that fell into my DM’s late la…
 
Independent Americans is your trusted, independent source for news, politics, culture and inspiration. It’s a smart, fun, candid perspective you won’t find anywhere else in the media. Guest Ken Feinberg is a master of disaster. He’s a leader who has been asked multiple times, by multiple Presidents, to do the impossible: to determine the dollar val…
 
In the latest in our "Ask the Blob" series (see links below for more about the name), host David Rothkopf is joined by Juliette Kayyem and Clint Watts (Bios Below). They discuss the rise of domestic terrorism and what can be done to combat it. They also answer the audience's questions on the subject. A very informative discussion not to be missed. …
 
Representative Ted Deutch (D-Florida) is chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee Subcommittee on the Middle East, North Africa and Global Counterterrorism. He joined the podcast to discuss the promising first moves of the Biden foreign policy team with regard to international alliances, support for the international system, communication at…
 
In the latest installment of Propel, our podcast series on self-driving vehicles, New York partner Paul Keller speaks with Serene Haddad, Principal Research Fellow at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, about her research into the development of algorithms that predict pedestrian movement and intentions for use in AVs.…
 
For the second time in as many years, Donald Trump was acquitted by the Senate, this time for inciting insurrection. Even with the overwhelming evidence the impeachment managers brought forth, just 7 Republican Senators voted for conviction. Where does this leave us as a country? Is the U.S. strengthened or weakened in the eyes of our allies? We di…
 
CubeSat’s (small satellites) will begin using the smallest Hall-Effect Thrusters ever created paving the way for larger interstellar uses - Article Link Here. Quantum Internet technology is proving to be successful and practical for future mainstream use - Article Link Here. Ammonia is used for a wide variety of industrial & agricultural uses and l…
 
The House Impeachment managers proved beyond any reasonable doubt that Donald Trump incited an insurrection against the US government that resulted in six deaths over 140 injuries and profound damage to our democracy. Good as they were, we have to admit, it wasn't that tough to do because we all saw the events unfold. So, ensuring justice will be d…
 
In this episode of In Credit, A&O’s consumer finance team Joanne Owens, Victoria Ferres and Sophie Skeet examine the findings from the Woolard Review. This review examined change and regulation in the unsecured credit market (covering credit cards, overdrafts, personal loans, high-cost short-term credit and currently unregulated products, such as b…
 
Welcome to Season 2. Yep, we’ve changed the name of the show. For 100 episodes, we were united in our understandable anger. We were united in highlighting for others issues that had us angry--and should have everyone angry. And we were united in turning that anger into positive impact. That positive impact inspired action, supported legislation, el…
 
The House Impeachment managers are meticulously making an irrefutable case against former President Trump and they are meeting very little resistance from Trump's almost comically inept defense team. But what then? What if the vast majority of GOP Senators vote to acquit? (As they will.) Where does the party go from here? What will the influence of…
 
Undoing the policies of our disgraced former president are the low hanging fruit for Biden foreign and national security policy. Allies can be prioritized, executive orders can be reversed, kow towing to foreign dictators can stop. But, what then? What will the Biden team attempt that is complicated or difficult or both? A new deal with iran? A coh…
 
MSNBC legal analyst Joyce Vance joins the podcast this week, and we discuss highly unrelated topics such as pet chickens and how necessary judicial reforms can create a more equitable legal system. Vance’s straight talk on the future of the Department of Justice and how current laws can handle domestic terrorism offers hope for the future. Cake hel…
 
As part of Allen & Overy’s interview series on virtual hearings, Dubai partner Kirsten O’Connell interviews London partner Kate Davies McGill on her experience with virtual hearings so far and how the changes that occurred in 2020 may shape proceedings in the future.Allen & Overy による
 
Has the GOP lost its mind? Or is its embrace and defense of lunatics, violent extremists, traitors, sex offenders, racists and the highly corrupt a shrewd, carefully considered political strategy? How should Democrats respond? How do they get accountability for abuses when the GOP absolutely refuses to go along? How do they achieve progress on heal…
 
Before he was slain serving as a Capitol Hill Police officer, Brian Sicknick served in the Air Force. Officer Sicknick survived multiple deployments to the Middle East, only to be killed at home by his fellow citizens inside his own nation’s capital. He was the first casualty in America’s new war with itself. Our Congress, our military, the Republi…
 
This is a complex moment for America and for the world. It is a far cry from the euphoria of the immediate post-Cold War, tech boom era. But there were foreshadowings we would grapple with today's problems and three-time Pulitzer Prize Winner, NY Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman identified them more than two decades ago in his book "The Lexus and…
 
"The FBI Way" is a terrific new book from 25 year FBI veteran and MSNBC contributor Frank Figliuzzi. It details the values within the FBI that have enabled it to succeed so frequently in the past as well as discussing where mistakes have been made and how they have been remedied. The book is rich with stories many of which intersect with the headli…
 
Just when you think things can't shock you anymore, politics in America finds a way. We now all know about Q Anon. And we’re learning more and more about the role it/they played in the January 6 terrorist attack on our Capitol. And over the next few weeks, as the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump unfolds, we’ll all learn more about the consp…
 
Imagine: A coup attempt in which the coup leaders justify taking power because of massive voter fraud. Or imagine a government using force against thousands of peaceful demonstrators. Now imagine that those things were not taking place in the US on behalf of America's disgraced former president but were instead happening in Myanmar and Russia. Sudd…
 
Today’s episode features Kavita Patel, practicing physician and former health and economics policy advisor in the Obama Administration. We talk pro-cookie baking tips and Covid, including the pros and cons of the available vaccines, the reality of our shared grief and what to say to someone who’s not wearing a mask. We also talk about more pleasant…
 
While some may look at the Trump coup attempt on January 6th as the last desperate act of the disgraced former president to remain in power, it is already being seen among white supremacist groups as a long expected signal of an escalation in domestic unrest leading to a civil war they have long planned and hoped for. The fact that Trump is likely …
 
In this installment of A&O’s podcast series on autonomous vehicles, NY partner Paul Keller interviews our own David Stone, the Global Head of Intellectual Property, and author of a leading textbook on EU trademark and design law, to discuss the fascinating new customer facing elements of self-driving cars – the logos, slogans, sounds, voices, shape…
 
Maybe you’ve slept better recently knowing that Trump no longer has access to our military. And to our nukes. But stakes are still high. As high as ever. And we’re gonna continue to break it down. This is not the time to rest---or even celebrate. That time is over. This is the time to stay focused and to stay vigilant. In this fiery episode, our ho…
 
Senate "institutionalists" claim the filibuster is a traditional US Senate tool that produces compromise. Nope. It's a tool that was almost never used during the first 200 years of US history. And when it was used it was almost always used to promote a racist agenda. And now that it is used more often, it is used to obstruct and give disproportiona…
 
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