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Mike Flanagan, Tananarive Due, and Anthony Breznican join host Jason Sechrest in this limited series podcast, discussing 200 pages of Stephen King’s epic novel, The Stand, each month. Get BONUS EPISODES every month when you support the Patreon page at: Patreon.com/JasonSechrest
 
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For centuries, the culture of New Mexico has offered residents and visitors a lush, complex texture of styles, designs and lifestyles. In recent history, that has included surviving a global pandemic. So who are we now? What aspects of self do we take with us as we move forward, and what do we leave behind? Take a look inside the museums and historic sites of New Mexico—this time, without leaving home. This season, we're touring the museums of Santa Fe as host Charlotte Jusinski, our curator ...
 
Hosted by best-selling author Robert D. Kaplan, this 13-episode bi-weekly podcast features interviews with preeminent foreign policy experts discussing the critical issues and challenges facing the U.S. and its allies in this new era of great power rivalry. Each episode will cover how pandemics, climate change, massive cyber-attacks, and other terrors of a global media age will affect potential conflicts between the United States and China, and the United States and Russia.
 
The GAC Files is a podcast about the people, issues, and ideas driving Global Affairs Canada. Host John Hannaford chats with a broad range of colleagues and guests about who they are, where they come from and what matters to them at Global Affairs Canada. | Les Dossiers d’AMC est une série de balados portant sur les gens, les défis et les idées qui sont au cœur des activités d’Affaires mondiales Canada. L’hôte des balados John Hannaford s’entretient avec un large éventail de collègues et d’i ...
 
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How has India tried to secure its position as a great power? In this episode of Global Demons, Robert D. Kaplan and Ashley J. Tellis discuss India's status as an Asian great power, its future under Narendra Modi, and how it deals with the U.S.-China Rivalry.由Foreign Policy Research Instit
 
If Santa Fe held an election to decide the city's official meme, “I rebuilt the Palace of the Governors at my own expense” would surely garner a hefty number of votes. Various governors––Spanish, Mexican, and American––over the last 400 years have uttered versions of that phrase, highlighting their individual efforts to remodel and repair the oldes…
 
No one expected the travel restrictions imposed early in the COVID-19 pandemic to last so long or remain such a messy patchwork, in part because of the arrival of more contagious variants such as the delta variant – with significant effects on family reunification and humanitarian protection, travel for business and pleasure, and international migr…
 
How does great power rivalry interact with regional tensions in the Middle East and across the globe? What role does social media play? In this episode of the Global Demons Podcast, Robert D. Kaplan is joined by Kim Ghattas to discuss regional tension in the Middle East from Iran to Lebanon and more.…
 
Glass isn’t typically the first material that folks associate with Indigenous artwork. And yet, the medium lends itself well to unique cultural interpretations, combining fundamental elements of earth, air, and fire with generational artistry. Native artists have been drawn to glassblowing since the 1970s, utilizing it to reinterpret traditional fo…
 
NATO’s challenge today is to manage relations between a “Europe whole and free” and a resurgent Russia, encouraging stability without provoking tension. In this episode of the Global Demons Podcast, Host Robert D. Kaplan is joined by General Philip Breedlove to discuss how NATO should be adapting to the new age of great power rivalry.…
 
If a picture is worth a thousand words, who gets to craft that narrative? How does their version compare to others, and what does it tell us about the subject? An era? Ourselves? Host Charlotte Jusinski and her guest Hannah Abelbeck, archivist at the New Mexico History Museum’s Palace of the Governors Photo Archives, explore all the angles, prompte…
 
What are the internal challenges to effective competition with China? In this episode of the Global Demons Podcast, Host Robert D. Kaplan is joined by Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy to discuss the future of U.S. competition with China, including the domestic challenges both Chinese and American leadership currently face.…
 
Masks have become ubiquitous in the last 18 months. In a pinch, they can be constructed out of inexpensive, repurposed materials, while their use (or lack thereof) can provide commentary on how the wearer feels about politics, responsibility, and design––a lot like art. Host Charlotte Jusinski introduces listeners to #mask: Creative Responses to th…
 
How does the Chinese-Russian relationship affect the U.S. strategic position abroad? In this episode of the Global Demons Podcast, Host Robert D. Kaplan is joined by Nikolas Gvosdev to discuss how this relationship came about and how U.S. policy can be used to pull the two nations apart.由Foreign Policy Research Instit
 
Breath. Prior to 2020, most people didn't give the complex, involuntary act of breathing much thought. Times have changed. So, too, has the lens through which both audiences and artists view Breath Taking, a new exhibit at the New Mexico Museum of Art. Encounter Culture host Charlotte Jusinski, the editor of El Palacio magazine, welcomes Kate Ware,…
 
For centuries, the culture of New Mexico has offered residents and visitors a lush, complex texture of styles, designs and lifestyles. In recent history, that has included surviving a global pandemic. So who are we now? What aspects of self do we take with us as we move forward, and what do we leave behind? Take a look inside the museums and histor…
 
Why should the average American care about the China Threat? In this episode of the Global Demons Podcast, Host Robert D. Kaplan is joined by Elbridge Colby to discuss Chinese military and defense strategies and how the U.S. and its allies should engage with China in the future.由Foreign Policy Research Instit
 
How did China's Belt and Road Initiative fare during the COVID-19 Pandemic? In this episode of the Global Demons Podcast, Host Robert D. Kaplan is joined by Bruno Maçães to discuss how China's marquis initiative continued to expand unabated - outward, from Eurasia and the Middle East and into Western-dominated Europe.…
 
How do other Asian countries view the emerging great power competition between the United States and China? In this Episode of the Global Demons Podcast, Host Robert D. Kaplan is joined by Parag Khanna to discuss the Asian perspective on this simmering rivalry.由Foreign Policy Research Instit
 
In this special National Public Service Week episode, Deputy ministers John Hannaford and Christopher MacLennan welcome Brent Robson, Director of Emergency Operations, and Anne-Marie Spain, who was the management consular officer in Morocco at the time of several repatriation flights in 2020, to talk about their experiences with the largest peaceti…
 
Deputy Minister John Hannaford welcomes Bob Rae, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Canada to the United Nations in New York, to talk about his personal struggles with mental health and the importance of openly discussing these issues—especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. | Le sous-ministre John Hannaford accueille Bob Rae, am…
 
Deputy Minister John Hannaford welcomes Head of the Anti-Racism Secretariat Myriam Montrat and guests to talk about equity, diversity and inclusion efforts at Global Affairs Canada. Through their personal stories and experiences with the secretariat, participants share their thoughts on departmental actions to combat systemic racism and racial disc…
 
Deputy Ministers John Hannaford and Marta Morgan welcome LGBTQ2+ Champion Stewart Wheeler and guests to talk about diversity and inclusion at Global Affairs Canada. Through their personal stories, participants share what it’s like to work at the department as a member of the LGBTQ2+ community. | Les sous-ministres John Hannaford et Marta Morgan acc…
 
In the final episode of The Company of the Mad: The Stand Podcast, Mike Flanagan, Tananarive Due, Anthony Breznican and Jason Sechrest discuss the end of Stephen King's The Stand, reflecting on the novel's meaning, relevance and importance.
 
Deputy Minister John Hannaford welcomes Duane McMullen, Global Affairs Canada’s Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign (GCWCC) Champion, as well as campaign volunteers who share their touching stories on the real and positive impact of the campaign. | Le sous-ministre John Hannaford accueille Duane McMullen, champion de la Campagne de c…
 
Pre-COVID-19, we lived in a hyper-global world. There were 1.5 billion international tourism trips annually, nearly 40 million flights, and 272 million international migrants. This raises a provocative question: Does international mobility contribute to the spread of pandemics? In this episode, we speak with Michael Clemens and Thomas Ginn of the C…
 
With news that viable COVID-19 vaccines are on the horizon, what might 2021 hold in store for the global movement of people, whether for tourism, business travel, or more enduring forms of migration? Alan Gamlen, associate professor of human geography at Monash University in Australia, tackles some of the big questions in this episode, including wh…
 
Deputy Minister John Hannaford welcomes Daniel Campeau, Deputy Director of the Office of Values, Ethics and Workplace Well-being, and colleagues from Headquarters, our Toronto regional office and our mission in Russia, to discuss their experiences integrating and managing new teams, for the most part virtually, during the pandemic. | Le sous-minist…
 
Representatives from Global Affairs Canada’s Human Resources and 2 other departmental branches discuss with Deputy Minister John Hannaford and co-host André Frenette, Director General and Coordinator of the COVID-19 Task Force, about the programs and measures in place at headquarters buildings, as well as their experiences following their return to…
 
The pandemic has been a huge shock to the international mobility system, from the chaotic way that countries closed their borders in March 2020, leaving countless travelers and migrants stranded, to the freezes imposed on visa processing, which halted much international migration. As the world reopens, how does global governance need to be improved…
 
Welcome to today's podcast where we spend some time with Markus who works with OM team in Argentina. Listening to some of the inspiring stories of how God is using the OM team in this season of uncertainty with COVID 19 affecting lives and communities around the globe.由a ministry of OM - OM.org
 
Andy Burns, author of “This Dark Chest of Wonders: 40 Years of Stephen King’s The Stand” and the forthcoming “The Making of The Stand for CBS All Access” joins Mike Flanagan, Tananarive Due, Anthony Breznican and Jason Sechrest to discuss the disappearance of Mother Abagail, rebuilding a post-pandemic America, and, of course, the new TV series of T…
 
As COVID-19 chilled global mobility, harmed economies, and sparked border closures and travel bans around the world, the pandemic has had an effect on the shadow migration world. In this episode, we speak with Matt Herbert, an expert in irregular migration and human smuggling, about how the public-health crisis has scrambled the decision-making cal…
 
Representatives from Global Affairs Canada missions in Panama and in Ukraine share with Deputy Minister John Hannaford and co-host André Frenette, Director General and Coordinator of the COVID-19 Task Force, their unique experiences following their return to the office, as well as how they managed to remain resilient and overcome challenges in the …
 
Austria’s Vienna airport was an early adopter for in-airport COVID-19 tests, with results turned around within a few hours, sparing those with medical certificates from a mandatory 14-day quarantine. Can this serve as a model for restarting business travel and tourism? We talk to Vienna airport official Peter Kleemann to learn more.…
 
Welcome to today's podcast where we spend some time with Gaby who works with OM team in Greece. Listening to some of the inspiring stories of how God is using the OM team in this season of uncertainty with COVID 19 affecting lives and communities around the globe.由a ministry of OM - OM.org
 
We are over 400 pages into Stephen King’s epic novel The Stand, and we’re still meeting new characters. Among them is Mother Abagail, whose introduction and backstory we finally receive here. In this episode, Mike Flanagan, Tananarive Due, Anthony Breznican, and host Jason Sechrest discuss chapters 43-49 of The Stand, analyzing the roles that race …
 
Welcome to today's podcast where we spend some time with John in South Africa, who is reaching out to those in his community affected by HIV and Aids. Listen to some of the inspiring stories of how God is using him in this season of uncertainty with COVID 19 affecting lives and communities around the globe.…
 
Antoine Mindjimba, diversity and inclusion and culture lead for EY Canada, shares compelling examples from the private sector on ways to overcome racial discrimination and provides insight into fostering an inclusive workplace, including through organizational culture change. | Antoine Mindjimba, responsable de la diversité, de l’inclusion et de la…
 
In just one month, it feels like everything has changed. In the novel and in the world today, we have gone from pandemic to pandemonium. Mike Flanagan, Tananarive Due, Anthony Breznican, and host Jason Sechrest discuss how The Stand continues to mirror what we are witnessing as a culture in 2020. Special guest Kate Siegel (The Haunting of Hill Hous…
 
Welcome to today's podcast where we spend some time with Paul who is presently in Zambia reaching out to his neighbors. Listen now to some of the inspiring stories of how God is using him in this season of uncertainty with COVID 19 affecting lives and communities around the globe.由a ministry of OM - OM.org
 
Welcome to today's podcast where we spend some time with Sonia who is leading our work in Hong Kong. Listen to some of the inspiring stories of how God is using her in this season of uncertainty with COVID 19 affecting lives and communities around the globe.由a ministry of OM - OM.org
 
On this episode of GAC Files, host John Hannaford welcomes Charlène Janvier, Bruce Murdock and Luc Raymond from Global Affairs Canada. This special edition of the podcast continues the dialogue begun at the deputy ministers’ May 22 livestreamed town hall, as John and his 3 guests discuss the top questions submitted by employees but not answered dur…
 
How are our missions abroad helping thousands of Canadians return home during the global COVID-19 pandemic? Tune in to the latest GAC Files episode as Amanda Strohan, Management Consular Officer at the High Commission of Canada in India (DELHI), provides a glimpse of the challenging, but vital, work she and her team are doing on the ground. #Togeth…
 
Mike Flanagan, Tananarive Due, Anthony Breznican, and host Jason Sechrest discuss how they came to love Stephen King and what it’s like re-reading The Stand in the middle of a pandemic. Watch the video of this podcast at: TheStandPodcast.com
 
What does being diagnosed with #COVID19 feel like? GAC Files host John Hannaford has a candid conversation with Marta Morgan, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, on her personal experience and her recovery from the virus. She also shares her thoughts on how Global Affairs Canada employees have adapted and contributed to help Canadians weather the s…
 
Balancing the demands of a busy family and working from home is a challenge for many during the COVID-19 pandemic. Annie Lirette, from Global Affairs Canada’s Quebec regional office, shares her daily routine of how she stays healthy and focused. Find out how she and her colleagues are using social media to stay connected and positive. | Concilier l…
 
Returning to Canada in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis is a difficult decision to make. Global Affairs Canada employee Laurent-Gabriel Côté-Fournier speaks about the decision to move back home with his young family from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, living in quarantine and striving for a sense of normality. | Revenir au Canada en pleine pandémie de COVI…
 
The COVID-19 crisis demands flexibility both at home and at work. Global Affairs Canada employees Michelle Goodfellow and Nadin Nanji speak about the realities of home-schooling children and balancing work and family responsibilities in the social-distancing era. | La crise de la COVID-19 exige de la souplesse tant à la maison qu’au travail. Michel…
 
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