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    Delikado, a podcast with Karl Malakunas

    Palawan island in the Philippines has emerged as a battlefield for a tiny network of environmental crusaders and vigilantes who are trying to protect its spectacular natural resources, powder-white beaches, and lush forests, which have [...]
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    Far Out, a podcast with Charlotte McDonald-Gibson

    Security laws imposed around the world to curb the spread of COVID-19 enabled the authorities to crackdown on militancy, which resulted in a brief respite from they type of terrorist attacks that had become all [...]
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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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    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 [...]