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In brevi pillole Simone Sapienza fa chiarezza sui problemi di cui i Romani si lamentano senza conoscere cause e possibili soluzioni. È necessario ribaltare Roma per trovare la parola amore. Così come per trovare il senso a tanti problemi di questa Città, occorre ribaltarli per come li abbiamo conosciuti ed affrontati in questi decenni.
 
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Vicent Chirlaque està al comandament de «El racó de Kero», un programa dedicat a la música japonesa i d’anime amb la intenció d’acostar la música de la segona indústria discogràfica mundial a tots els aficionats i també a aquells que no ho siguen. Té un to divulgatiu per fer que les persones que no coneixen la música nipona s’hi puguen acostar de m…
 
Roma è la più grande città d’Europa affacciata sul mare. Ma nessuno lo percepisce. In questo episodio del podcast tutto quello che c’è da sapere, ma non ti hanno mai raccontato, su un sogno diventato incubo. Dal porto che doveva arrivare alla basilica di San Paolo nel 1919, alle proroghe in favore dei concessionari balneari fino al 2033. Una storia…
 
This is a special live Zoom edition of Chris Riback’s Conversations, the first in our new series of political book conversations sponsored by Cornell’s Institute of Politics & Global Affairs. What does it mean for democracy when the President attacks the free press as fake news? How should journalists balance the need to avoid becoming the “opposit…
 
Come può una città come Roma, che ha da anni i mezzi pubblici con i livelli di efficienza tra i peggiori del mondo, affrontare il ritorno alle attività dei propri cittadini in una fase in cui sarà necessario il distanziamento e non intasare autobus e vagoni metro? Come possiamo fare per aumentare autobus e frequenza? Cosa invece sta chiedendo Atac?…
 
Chances are, you may not have heard of New Rochelle, NY before about a month ago. It’s New York’s 7th largest city, located just 30 minutes north of Manhattan. It was founded by refugee Huguenots – French Protestants – who were fleeing religious persecution in France in 1688. During the 1930s, New Rochelle was the wealthiest city per capita in New …
 
Un virus che si propaga indiscriminatamente ci mette davanti alla fragilità della nostra società e rende tutto più chiaro. Questa settimana “Ribaltiamo Roma” - il podcast condotto da Simone Sapienza - racconta ciò che di importante si sta muovendo, esiste e resiste, a Roma: le decine di realtà del volontariato, le associazioni, i comitati, le azien…
 
When I first scheduled an election analysis discussion with former U.S. Representative Steve Israel, it’s fair to say that my initial set of questions had nothing to do with how to run for President in a time of Coronavirus. That’s where this conversation begins, but not where it ends. Because while we all navigate this new reality, we’re also stil…
 
Quali sono le competenze dei Comuni nell’emergenza in corso? Cosa sta facendo la sindaca Virgina Raggi? È evidente che questa situazione mette in risalto tutti i problemi e anche i punti di forza che avevamo e conoscevamo prima. I punti di forza ci sono, c’è la disponibilità di tanti, di associazioni di volontariato, di aziende sociali, ma serve un…
 
Sono dei baraccati. E sono 6 mila, di cui il 55% minorenni. Se funzionassero le politiche sociali per tutti i Romani e la smettessimo di concepire il problema dei campi Rom come etnico, avremmo seguito l'esempio di tutte le altre città europee che da tempo lo hanno superato. Ma la verità è che lo spauracchio degli Zingari è servito a molti. Questo …
 
Today we continue with our check on the state of American democracy. We began with Harvard professors Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt to get an update on “How Democracies Die” and the question: How much more can our institutions take? Today we’ll look at the cornerstone of our democracy and a question that’s as shocking to ask as it sounds: Can …
 
La situazione nella capitale è divenuta insostenibile. Con il caldo la puzza di immondizia si fa asfissiante, con la pioggia le pozzanghere diventano una fogna a cielo aperto. E l’emergenza si fa anche sanitaria per la diffusione di malattie portate da ratti, uccelli e insetti. Nel terzo episodio di Ribaltiamo Roma parliamo di Rifiuti. Perché accad…
 
In questo secondo episodio parliamo di movida notturna, un fenomeno che a Roma da decenni è affrontato solo come un problema di ordine pubblico e di decoro, mai come un’opportunità. Simone Sapienza prova a ribaltare questo approccio con esempi ed esperienze che nessuno sembra interessato a proporre per Roma. Dalla "Mappa strategica del rumore" di M…
 
It’s time for a democracy check. With the Trump Impeachment Trial over and the 2020 presidential primaries in full bloom, I’ve been thinking a lot about what I imagine many other people are wondering, too: How’s our democracy doing? Are America’s democratic norms still valid? How much more can our institutions take? And this was even before the Rog…
 
A chi ha fatto comodo l'emergenza abitativa a Roma? Il primo episodio di "Ribaltiamo Roma" è per chi non vuole aspettare la prossima manifestazione di Casa Pound o il prossimo sgombero di una occupazione per sentire parlare di un sistema che vive nel caos e non riesce a servire migliaia di persone veramente in difficoltà. Ribaltiamo Roma è edito da…
 
The first time he said it – or rather tweeted it – was in January 2018. In describing his business, television, and political accomplishments, President Trump typed: “I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius… and a very stable genius at that!” He said it again at a NATO meeting that July. Again the following July 2019. And again in Septe…
 
Rick Wilson – the sharp-witted, wise-cracking Republican political strategist, ad-maker, analyst, columnist, and crazy-good tweeter – joined me in Westchester County, NY for a live conversation about the 2020 election, impeachment, and his new book, “Running Against the Devil: A Plot to Save America from Trump – and Democrats from Themselves.” It w…
 
(Note: This is a DocuPod – audio reads of important public documents. No conversation; no interview. Just the document itself.) You may have noticed: Especially with the impeachment, there’s been a lot of news, coverage and discussion – tweets, speeches, rallies, angry letters, hearings, cable panels – around two branches of government: The Executi…
 
As our 2020 Presidential campaign becomes more intense and pointed, it’s clear there is a battle going on for, among other things, America’s economic soul. Politically, the debate has exploded a revival of -isms… Populism, authoritarianism, socialism. But through the issues – from Trump’s tax cuts to Elizabeth Warren’s Health Care Plan – the compli…
 
It started with the generals. Mattis. Kelley. McMaster. Along with Rex Tillerson, they were part of the “Axis of Adults,” the ones, as the story of this presidency has been told, who stood between President Trump and chaos – between President Trump and his own, unchecked impulses, particularly in foreign affairs. As we know now, only Trump is left …
 
If you’re feeling lousy about the state of politics in America, now might be the time to surround yourself with some Brits. As they surely must ask about us: What in the world is going on over there? The UK is now more than three years into Brexit, the unexpected, unplanned and so far unfinished move to pull out of the European Union. The latest de…
 
This is a special episode of Chris Riback's Conversations. For this podcast, I read the opening statement of Lieutenant Colonel Alexander S. Vindman to the US House Impeachment Investigators on October 29. As you surely know, Lieutenant Colonel Vindman is the decorated Iraq war veteran and top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council, who li…
 
This is a special episode of Chris Riback's Conversations. For this podcast, I read the opening statement of Amb. William B. Taylor, the senior U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, who testified behind closed doors before the U.S. House Impeachment Investigators on Oct. 22. His extraordinary testimony has been called “the smoking gun” of President Trump’s att…
 
Between the alligator moat revelation and horrendous, inhumane taking of children from their parents, when considering Donald Trump’s immigration policy, it can be hard to get past the headlines. But it turns out, the immigration story serves as an incredibly useful way to consider the entire Trump presidency: Obsession, chaos, fear, depravity, and…
 
If one question has driven mankind’s quest for innovation, it very well might be this: How can we get more from less? For most of our time on this planet, the answer was simple: We couldn’t. As my guest Andrew McAfee points out, for just about all of human history – particularly the Industrial Era – our prosperity has been tightly coupled to our ab…
 
October 1st marked the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China – the name given by Chinese Communist Party Chairman Mao Zedong in 1949. To understate the reality, a lot has happened in China over the last 70 years. The fact is, a lot has happened in China over the last 70 days – much of it unexpected, confusing, and on-go…
 
As regular listeners of this podcast know, I read a lot of books. Most of them, frankly, are excellent – smart people making thoughtful arguments in engaging ways. Every once in a while, though, I read one that’s not just excellent, but delivers something more: It shifts your lens on the world. Alters your focus. New York Times Chief Television Cri…
 
It was a perfect week to have Philip Mudd, CNN counterterrorism analyst, on the podcast. Phil spent some 25 years at the highest levels of the CIA – reaching Deputy Director of the National Counterterrorism Center – and FBI, where he was hired to be its first National Security Branch Deputy Director by Robert Mueller. So when you have Mueller’s Con…
 
What happened to the Republican Party? You’ve heard of it: One of the two major political collectives in America… the one that counts Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan among its heroes? The modern GOP branded itself on ideals of fiscal responsibility, fighting dictators from the Soviet Union to Saddam Hussein, and personal morality. Today, of cours…
 
RIBA J Meets introduces you to the inside tracks of leading architects in their fields. We hear from Waugh Thisleton, Simpson Haugh and Caruso St John architects about inspiration for their buildings and their influences on the architecture and design field.Presenters: Eleanor Young, Executive Editor, RIBA Journal & Hugh Pearman MBE, Editor RIBA Jo…
 
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