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    Troubled Waters, a podcast with Abby Seiff

    The plight of the Mekong River and the impact of climate change, dams, and illegal fishing has raised alarms bells across Southeast Asia and beyond. But rarely reported are the lives of ordinary fishermen and [...]
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    War & Hypersonics, a podcast with Carl Schuster

    Carl Schuster has been an adjunct faculty instructor at Hawaii Pacific University since 2000, after retiring as a captain with the United States Navy, and he has since earned an academic reputation for his research [...]
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    Workers Rights, a podcast with Dave Welsh

    Independent trade unions in Thailand and Myanmar are currently doing it hard, with authoritarian regimes in both countries taking a dim view of labor activism and using the courts to silence complaints over plant closures [...]
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    Mekong Drought, a podcast with Brian Eyler

    The lower Mekong River is entering its fourth year of drought with poor rainfall, climate change, and hydropower dams producing the worst conditions along Southeast Asia’s largest waterway in more than 60 years, threatening the [...]
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    Outlook China, a podcast with Bart Edes

    Bart Edes is currently a Professor of Practice at McGill University in Montreal, after spending decades in the field working in international trade and development policy and analyzing the transformative trends that are reshaping East [...]
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    Afghanistan back then, a podcast with Chris Woolf

    Thirty years ago, Abdullah Abdullah guided former BBC “History Guy” Chris Woolf and a colleague through a horrific war zone that they’d wandered into from Kabul. Abdullah would later become the chief executive officer in [...]
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    Dividing the spoils, a podcast with Keith Loveard

    Keith Loveard’s 50-year career in journalism has seen him develop special interests in a number of fields. Prominent among them is his focus on Indonesia, where he has lived for more than 30 years. This [...]
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    AUKUS & China, a podcast with Brad Murg

    A paradigm shift has occurred in geopolitics, particularly across the Indo-Pacific with the re-emergence of the Quad security partnership and the AUKUS deal forged between Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. This is [...]
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    Twenty years after 9/11, a podcast with Dan Boylan

    American journalist and communications consultant Dan Boylan has worked across the Muslim world over the last two decades as a reporter and then as an advisor to the U.S. State department, the Pentagon, and governments [...]