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In this edition of “Need to Know,” Raoni Rajao, an Associate Professor at the University of Minas Gerais in Brazil, talks about his experience at COP27. Minas covers the climate change debates taking place at the conference, who the key players are, what challenges they face, and how talks have progressed since he attended his first COP seven years…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Jon Hilsenrath, Senior Writer for The Wall Street Journal and a former Wilson Center Public Policy Fellow. Jon is also the author of the new book, “Yellen: The Trailblazing Economist Who Navigated an Era of Upheaval.” The book is “an engrossing and deeply human chronicle of the past fifty years…
 
In this episode of the Brazil Institute Podcast, host Bruna Santos speaks with former U.S. Ambassador to Brazil Liliana Ayalde and Universidade de São Paulo Professor Maria Herminia Tavares de Almeida, about the election of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva as Brazil’s next president, the future of U.S.-Brazil relations under Lula, and the implications for…
 
Autos are back on the agenda as Chris and Scotty welcome Rob Wildeboer, Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of Martinrea International Inc., for a private sector perspective on supply chain near-shoring, electric vehicles, and North American opportunity in the wake of the Inflation Reduction Act and the Russian Invasion of Ukraine.…
 
This week, drive down Canusa Street and into Los Angeles, California with special guest Antonio Villaraigosa. The former Mayor and current California Infrastructure Advisor joins Chris and Scotty from the Mexico City pop-up studio to discuss infrastructure investments, sports diplomacy, and solutions to poverty in urban communities.…
 
En este episodio, Beatriz García Nice platicó con Fernando Straface, Secretario General y de Relaciones Internacionales de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires sobre la reciente cumbre del C40 en dicha ciudad y donde se firmó el Pacto de Buenos Aires. También discutieron el rol de la Argentina en la actual convergencia internacional y como Argentina puede ser…
 
En este episodio, Beatriz García Nice platica con el Secretario de Industria y Desarrollo Productivo del Ministerio de Economía de Argentina, José Ignacio (Vasco) de Mendiguren, sobre la actualización de la matriz productiva argentina en la coyuntura actual con la guerra en Ucrania, la transformación energética que vive el país y las oportunidades …
 
In this special episode of Americas 360, guest host Bruna Santos speaks with Wilson Center experts Daniela Campello, Luiza Duarte, Raoni Rajão and Cesar Zucco about the historic return of Luiz Inácio ‘Lula’ da Silva to Brazil’s presidency, the challenges he will face to enact his ambitious economic, social and environmental agenda, as well as the r…
 
Jill Dougherty is joined by Senator Sheldon Whitehouse to discuss how corruption serves not only to enrich the elites of Russia, but also as tool to ensure continuity of power and that all opposition—both internal and external—is crushed. Senator Whitehouse also explains how this corruption directly targets the United States and the steps the gover…
 
The US and Canada have long been known for their vibrant democratic traditions. But recently, we have seen those traditions tested on both sides of the border. On the eve of Election Day in the US, Scotty and Chris bring back constitutional scholar Susan Lagon to discuss what's going wrong and whether the guardrails will hold on Canusa Street.Also …
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we discuss the new book, “Mapping Global Justice: Perspectives, Cases and Practice,” with authors Arnaud Kurze, Wilson Global Fellow, and Christopher Lamont, Assistant Dean, Tokyo International University. Also joining us for the discussion are Franz Baumann, Former Assistant Secretary General of the United Nat…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we highlight the Fall 2022 edition of the Wilson Quarterly, “As Strong as Our Weakest Link,” with the help of editor Stephanie Bowen. Also joining us is journalist and contributor Alden Wicker, who discusses her article, “Could the Uyghur Human Rights Crisis Finally Force Fashion to Reveal Its Supply Chain?” Th…
 
In this episode of Plaza Central, host Benjamin Gedan speaks with U.S. Ambassador to Guyana Sarah-Ann Lynch about the role of the United States in helping Guyana maximize the economic development opportunities from its rapidly expanding energy sector while strengthening its democratic institutions.Από τον The Wilson Center
 
In this episode of Need to Know, we speak with Wilson Center Fellow Marina Ottaway and Haleh Esfandiari, Director Emerita and Distinguished Fellow with the Center’s Middle Program, about the ongoing protests in Iran sparked by the death of 22-year old Mahsa Amini while in police custody. They describe how women are leading the charge, provide conte…
 
Poland and Russia share a long history that has been full of grievances and unresolved traumas. And while 2007 saw a positive shift in the relationship, the annexation of Crimea in 2014 put an end to this “reset.” Since February, Poland has been a steadfast ally of Ukraine and a fierce opponent of Russia. Nina Rozhanovskaya talked with Polish polit…
 
Chris and Scotty sit with constitutional expert Susan Lagon from the Georgetown Government Affairs Institute. Professor Lagon not only knows the US Congress but she knows Canada and parliamentary systems too! She gives us great insights into the differences between the governments on both sides of Canusa Street.…
 
In this episode of the Brazil Institute Podcast, host Bruna Santos speaks with Clara Becker, a journalist and cofounder of Redes Cordiais, a media literacy non-profit designed to counter disinformation and hate speech on social media. They discuss how misinformation is affecting Brazil’s electoral process and potential strategies to fight fake news…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Benjamin Gedan, Acting Director of the Wilson Center's Latin American Program and the Director of its Argentina Project. He discusses current U.S. policy approaches to Latin America and what shifts have occurred under the Biden administration. Gedan also highlights how global competition with C…
 
This month, the Riyada podcast featured the talented men and women advancing MENA’s film scene to better understand how creators in the region fare against the global media industry. To conclude, co-hosts Merissa Khurma and Imad Shawa spoke with film director, writer, and poet Hind Shoufani. Hind’s life experiences in Damascus, Amman, Beirut, Dubai…
 
3…2…1… Liftoff! Scotty and Chris are shooting for the stars this week with special guest Brian Gallant, former Premier of New Brunswick and CEO of Space Canada. Listen in to learn more about Canada’s contributions to space exploration, the layout of the Canadian space industry, and the proposal for Canada’s first commercial spaceport.…
 
En este episodio, Patricia I. Vásquez, miembro global del Programa Latinoamericano, plática con María Laura Castillo Díaz, coordinadora del Programa Altoandinos, en la Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, sobre la falta de suficientes datos científicos para poder entender la huella ambiental que genera el desarrollo del litio en los salares arg…
 
In this episode of the Wilson Center’s Americas 360 podcast, our experts discuss the nearshoring potential of U.S. neighbors in the Americas, the progress made in this area since the IX Summit of the Americas, and the challenges faced by companies looking to relocate operations closer to home.Από τον The Wilson Center
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Federico Borsari, Leonardo Fellow with the Transatlantic Defense and Security Program at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) and a NATO 2030 Global Fellow. He discusses the success of the right-wing coalition in Italy’s 2022 general election, setting the stage for the most conservati…
 
On this special episode, Chris and Scotty are joined by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees’ (UNHCR) representatives in Canada (Rema Jamous Imseis), the United States (Matthew Reynolds), and Mexico (Giovanni Lepri) for a conversation on refugees in North America and how immigrants improve society in all three countries.For more inform…
 
Co-hosts Merissa Khurma and Imad Shawa spoke with Sherry Carlin, who serves as Mission Director of the US Agency for International Development (USAID) in Jordan. MD Carlin discussed USAID’s extensive programs targeting youth economic empowerment, breaking down barriers to women’s employment, and addressing issues related to climate change and water…
 
During the first week of October, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken traveled to South America to meet with the presidents of Colombia, Chile and Peru. They discussed migration, economic growth, climate change and democracy. He also lead the U.S. delegation to the Organization of American States General Assembly in Lima. In this Twitter Space, …
 
Hola from the Canusa Street pop-up studio in Mexico City! This episode, Dr. Dany Bahar, Senior Fellow at the Harvard Center for International Development, joins Chris and Scotty on the podcast to discuss North American migration policy, refugee crises abroad, and his research on the economic impact of immigration. Dr. Bahar’s paper on birthplace di…
 
In this episode of Plaza Central, host Benjamin Gedan speaks with Alejo Czerwonko, chief investment officer for emerging markets in the Americas at UBS, and Gabriela Soní, chief investment officer for Mexico at UBS, about the impacts in Latin America of rapidly rising interest rates in the United States and Europe.…
 
On this episode of the Riyada podcast, co-hosts Merissa Khurma and Imad Shawa zoom into the production side of MENA’s film industry. Ali Jaafar, head of the film division at MBC Studios, produced numerous films, including The Swimmers (2022), King of Thieves (2018), and The Idol (2015). Ali discussed his transition from journalism to production and…
 
The international system as we know it has been forced to grapple with a multitude of disruptions on various fronts, be it the global COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on societies, economies and health systems, or the most recent conflict in Ukraine that has taken a heavy toll on humanity in the loss of innocent lives, forced displacement of millio…
 
The international system as we know it has been forced to grapple with a multitude of disruptions on various fronts, be it the global COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on societies, economies and health systems, or the most recent conflict in Ukraine that has taken a heavy toll on humanity in the loss of innocent lives, forced displacement of millio…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Bruce Jentleson, the William Preston Few Distinguished Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Political Science, Duke University. He discusses his new book, Sanctions: What Everyone Needs to Know, a “concise, authoritative overview of a little-understood yet extremely important phenomenon …
 
Canusa Street is hitting the road again for the North Capital Forum in Mexico City, where the leaders of Canada, Mexico, and the United States will convene in November for the 2022 North American Leaders’ Summit. On this episode, Andrew Rudman, Director of the Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute, joins Chris and Scotty for a preview of the conference,…
 
In this episode of the Brazil Institute Podcast, host Bruna Santos speaks with Felipe Nunes, a political science professor at the Federal University of Minas Gerais and the CEO of the polling firm Quaest, about the upcoming general election in Brazil, where former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and incumbent Jair Bolsonaro will face off at the…
 
For those living under the Russian occupation in Ukraine, life has turned into a daily struggle and search for food, water, and medicine. Izabella Tabarovsky talked with the Ukrainian war reporter and editor in chief of Zaborona Ekaterina Sergatskova, about the skills needed to survive the occupation, Russian war crimes, and what Ukrainian journali…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we meet the new director of Wilson Center’s Polar Institute Rebecca Pincus. She discusses the increasing interest in both the Arctic and Antarctic regions and provides insight into how climate change is rapidly changing environmental, political, and economic factors at the poles for nations and individuals.…
 
Border restrictions, COVID-19, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine: global trade linkages have faced unprecedented strain over the past two years, prompting questions of how Canadian-U.S. cooperation could protect both countries from major disruptions. This week, we tune into Chris’ panel on supply chains with Amazon’s Allison Gifford, Western Wash…
 
In this episode, host Benjamin Gedan speaks with Andrés Borenstein, the chief economist at Econoviews and the host of the podcast, “La economía en tres minutos,” about Argentina’s fragile economic condition and whether the country’s latest finance minister is solving long-term problems or simply postponing the next crisis.…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Ruth Greenspan Bell, Public Policy Fellow with the Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program. She highlights her latest article, Wealth and the Climate Dilemma, which focuses on the crossroads that developing nations face when confronting increased development of fossil fuels an…
 
Migration from countries of the Americas to the United States has increased exponentially since 2020, with migrants from the region making up over 75% of the nationwide encounters with U.S. Border Patrol in 2020, 2021, and 2022. In this episode of Americas 360, our Wilson Center experts examine recent changes in migration trends, not only to the Un…
 
Former Deputy Under Secretary of Defense Sherri Goodman joins Need To Know to discuss a couple of interesting recent developments in the arctic that are of interest. We've always said the Arctic has emerged, and it continues to be a hot area for policy experts watching multiple portfolios.Από τον The Wilson Center
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we discuss the latest on the Russian invasion of Ukraine with William Pomeranz, the Director of the Wilson Center's Kennan Institute, and Robin Quinville, Director of the Global Europe Program. They provide insight on the state of Russia’s economy, unity among western powers facing energy supply threats, and wh…
 
In this episode of Plaza Central, guest host Anders Beal is joined by Heraldo Muñoz, former foreign minister of Chile, to discuss the results of Chile’s constitutional plebiscite and what the rejection of the proposed constitution means for the future of Chilean democracy.Από τον The Wilson Center
 
In September, the Riyada podcast will highlight the world of arts and film, a budding sector across the MENA region. To kick off the discussion, co-hosts Merissa Khurma and Imad Shawa spoke with Amin Matalqa, a pioneering filmmaker from Jordan. Amin’s first film, Captain Abu Raed (2008), won the Sundance World Cinema Audience Award and was the firs…
 
In this episode of the Brazil Institute podcast, host Nick Zimmerman speaks with Richard Back, head of political analysis and strategy for XP Investimentos and a former advisor to the president of the lower Brazilian congressional chamber, about how the Congress is evolving, what to watch for in the upcoming legislative elections this October, and …
 
Romouz Sadeq joined the Riyada podcast to discuss her transition from the corporate to startup world in Jordan. Romouz is the Founder & CEO of Mrayti – or ‘My Mirror’ – the Arab world’s first specialized mobile beauty salon. Mrayti delivers beauty services and products to customers’ homes, offices, and gatherings at any time and at any place.…
 
This month, the Riyada podcast commemorated International Youth Day – recognized on August 12 – by featuring vibrant, young entrepreneurs from the MENA region. In this interview, co-hosts Merissa Khurma and Imad Shawa sat down with UNICEF’s youth expert at Jordan’s country office, Giorgia Varisco, to learn more about what she sees as the most press…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we are joined by Southern Voices Network for Peacebuilding scholars Florence Odiwuor and Hyginus Banko Okibe. They discuss their projects focused on food security in Africa entitled, “Food Security Systems as Drivers for Sustainable Peacebuilding in Africa: The Case of Kenya,” and “Herder-Farmer Conflicts and F…
 
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we discuss India and Pakistan marking 75 years since independence. Joining us are Akbar Ahmed and Nirupama Rao, both Wilson Center global fellows and former senior diplomats with a keen understanding of the India-Pakistan relationship and its complexities. They examine how the traumatic and tragic events of par…
 
The Americas are an energy powerhouse. From the hemisphere’s vast solar and wind energy potential to its significant oil and gas reserves, the region holds a wealth of renewable and non-renewable energy resources. In this episode of Americas 360, originally released in February 2022, our Wilson Center experts discuss how Canada and Latin American n…
 
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