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Foreign Affairs Unedited Podcast

Foreign Affairs Unedited Podcast

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Since its founding in 1922, Foreign Affairs has been the leading forum for serious discussion of American foreign policy and global affairs.


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Trade Under Trump: Lessons from History

Author: Foreign Affairs
Tue, Dec 13, 2016


During the recent U.S. presidential campaign, railing against trade became a popular pastime. But it is nothing new. Today on the podcast, we’re looking at how efforts to weaken trade have played out in the past, and whether Trump’s proposed trade policies will do what he promises.

Featuring interviews with Eduardo Campanella, a Eurozone economist, discussing mercantilism in the past and Marc Levinson, author of An Extraordinary Time: The End of the Postwar Boom and the Return of the Ordinary Economy, on the outlook for Trump’s trade restrictionism.

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The Power of Populism, Part 2 - After The Election

Author: Foreign Affairs
Tue, Nov 15, 2016


On the podcast today, Foreign Affairs continues its discussion on the power of populism. Since we recorded the last show, Americans have gone to the polls and elected Donald Trump as the next U.S. president. We’ll be discussing what his victory means for populism around the world, for Europe, and for Latin America. Featuring interviews with Foreign Affairs Editor Gideon Rose, Carlo Accetti, and Shannon O’Neil.

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The Power of Populism

Author: Foreign Affairs
Mon, Oct 31, 2016


On the podcast today, Foreign Affairs discusses the power of populism.  Pankaj Mishra, author of “The Globalization of Rage,” takes a historical view of today’s unrest; Cas Mudde discusses the spread of populism in Europe; and Nadia Urbinati speaks on the best response to populism at home.

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Israel and Its Middle East Neighbors

Author: Foreign Affairs
Tue, Jul 05, 2016


This week, we provide an intimate look at the changing dynamics of Israel’s relationships with its Middle East neighbors, as many of them go through a period of intense conflict and turmoil. Featuring interviews with Middle East Experts Amos Harel, Steven Cook, and Grant Rumley and hosted by Foreign Affairs Deputy Web Editor Rebecca Chao.  

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The Age of Global Transparency with Colonel Sean Larkin, Henry Farrell, and Thorgils Jonsson

Author: Foreign Affairs
Mon, Jun 13, 2016


The age of global transparency is upon us. Whether you’re using mobile wiretaps, drones, or satellites, surveillance has become cheap and ubiquitous. And governments aren’t the only ones doing it. These days, almost anyone can peek into the lives of the world’s rich and powerful—and expose sensitive information, using new-fangled technologies or old-fashioned methods like leaks to the press.

In this episode of Foreign Affairs Unedited, we’re taking a closer look at what the end of secrecy really means for governments, politicians, and everyday people.

Guest-hosted by Deputy Web Editor Brian O’Connor and featuring guests Colonel Sean Larkin, Henry Farrell, and Thorgils Jonsson.

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The Future of Iran with Ilan Berman, Alex Vatanka, and Ervand Abrahamian

Author: Foreign Affairs
Sun, May 22, 2016


In this episode of Foreign Affairs Unedited, we’re looking at Iran’s use of cyberwarfare after the nuclear deal, the coming Iranian succession crisis, and Iran’s generational struggle to reconcile enlightenment ideals with political Islam. Hosted by Deputy Managing Editor Katie Allawala and featuring guests Ilan Berman, Alex Vatanka, and Ervand Abrahamian.

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Putin’s Russia: Down But Not Out, Part 2

Author: Foreign Affairs
Sun, May 01, 2016


In part two of our Foreign Affairs Unedited series on Russia under Putin, we’re looking at the history of Russian aggression and the country’s recent military reform. Featuring Gideon Rose, Stephen Kotkin, and Demetri Trenin.

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This podcast has been edited and condensed. A rush transcript is available at ForeignAffairs.com. Music credit: FreeMusicArchive.org / Podington Bear, Delphone Dora and The Unexpected



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Putin’s Russia: Down But Not Out, Part 1

Author: Foreign Affairs
Mon, Apr 18, 2016


Over the past decade and a half, Vladimir Putin’s Russia has been an economic dynamo and a basket case, an imperfect democracy and a tightening tyranny, a constructive diplomatic actor and a serial military aggressor—sometimes all at once. The only constant has been surprise, as the zigging and zagging has left outside observers, and even many Russians, scratching their heads.

Today on the podcast, we’re discussing Putin’s strategy of repression, the real state of the Russian economy, and whether Putin really has a clear foreign policy.  Featuring interviews with authors Maria Lipman, Sergei Guriev, and Daniel Treisman. 

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The Sound of the Economy: Data Sonification and the Cheeseburger Index

Author: Foreign Affairs
Sun, Apr 03, 2016


For the most part, when people think of crunching numbers, they imagine charts and graphs. Today on the podcast, we’re exploring unusual ways to look at—or rather, listen to—data. Sound can perhaps present information with more urgency and clarity than a visualization. Since this is Foreign Affairs, and we’re nottracking u-boats underwater, we decided to apply the data sonification technique to some somewhat obscure data sets - including the Cheeseburger Index. Listen in as Matt Kenney describes the creation process and Nick Colas dissects the numbers.

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How to Measure the Chinese Economy with Salvatore Babones, Eduardo Campanella, and Pankaj Ghemawat 

Author: Foreign Affairs
Sun, Mar 20, 2016


Everyone knows that China’s economy is slowing. But is it still growing? That depends on what you measure. Today on the podcast, we’re talking with three experts, each with a different take on assessing the Chinese economy.  Featuring interviews with recent authors Salvatore Babones, Eduardo Campanella, and Punkaj Ghemawat. 

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Slow Growth Part 2: China and Russia’s Economic Implosion, Demographics of Productivity, and Central Banks

Author: Foreign Affairs
Sun, Mar 06, 2016


In this episode, Foreign Affairs authors discuss how stagnation in Russia and China could lead to anarchy in Eurasia, the role that demographics play in economic stagnation, and what central banks can do to goose growth. Featuring interviews with recent authors Robert Kaplan, Ruchir Sharma, and co-authors Tom Hill and Ian Morris. 

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How to Survive Slow Growth: Part 1 with Larry Summers, Zachary Karabell, and Anne Kreuger

Author: Foreign Affairs
Sun, Feb 21, 2016


With China slumping, energy prices collapsing, and nervous consumers sitting on their hands, growth has ground to a halt almost everywhere, and economists, investors, and ordinary citizens are starting to confront a grim new reality: the world is stuck in the slow lane and nobody seems to know what to do about it.  Listen in as Larry Summers, Zachary Karabell, and Anne Kreuger discuss the dangers, risks, and opportunities of slow growth and what, if anything, there is to do about it. 

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The Arab Spring Five Years On: Update On Tunisia, Egypt, and Turkey

Author: Foreign Affairs
Sun, Feb 07, 2016


Was the Arab Spring a mirage? Did it mean anything? Five years on, we’re looking at how the revolutions panned out in Tunisia and Egypt, and why Turkey lost the Arab Spring. Featuring interviews with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, Brian Klaas, Marina Ottoway, Nathan Brown, and Merve Tahiroglu.  

This podcast has been edited and condensed. Visit ForeignAffairs.com for a full transcript. 

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Inequality: Part 2 What Brazil Gets Right, A New Kind of Taxes, and What Trump and Sanders Have To Offer

Author: Foreign Affairs
Sun, Jan 24, 2016


Around the world, incomes and wealth for the majority have stagnated even as they have skyrocketed for those at the top. In part two of Foreign Affairs’ coverage on inequality, we explore what works and what doesn’t, from Brazil’s Bolsa Familia, to new kinds of taxes, to Donald Trump’s and Bernie Sanders’ own economic proposals. Hear it from the experts themselves: featuring interviews with Foreign Affairs Managing Editor Jonathan Tepperman, British economist Anthony Atkinson, and political scientist Kimberly Morgan.

This podcast has been edited and condensed. Visit ForeignAffairs.com for a full transcript. 

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Inequality: Part 1 with Gideon Rose, Allison Schrager, and Ronald Inglehart

Author: Foreign Affairs
Sun, Jan 10, 2016


In part one of a two-part series on inequality, we delve into the rise of economic inequality, when and why it matters, and what to do about it. Featuring Gideon Rose, editor of Foreign Affairs, Allison Schrager, New York–based economist and writer, and Ronald Inglehart, professor at the University of Michigan.

This podcast has been edited and condensed. Visit ForeignAffairs.com for a full transcript. 

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The Best of 2015: Gender Politics Around the the World

Author: Foreign Affairs
Sun, Dec 20, 2015


Part II of a two-part series highlighting the best Foreign Affairs Unedited podcasts of 2015, we revisit some of our favorite conversations on women and gender from around the world. Featuring interviews with Ira Trivedi on bride trafficking in India, Nadia Hashimi on Afghanistan’s female sons, and Adrienne Mayor on the myth and reality of the Amazons.

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The Best of 2015: Putin, The Myth and The Politician

Author: Foreign Affairs
Sun, Dec 06, 2015


Part I of a two-part series highlighting the best Unedited podcasts of 2015, we revisit some of our favorite interviews on Putin: his motivations, his strategy, and his ideology. Featuring interviews with Stephen Kotkin, Gregory Feifer, and Nussaibah Younis and hosted by Deputy Managing Editor, Katie Allawala. 


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The New Middle East: Part II with Gideon Rose, Dan Byman, Cyrus Amir-Mokri, and Hamid Biglari

Author: Foreign Affairs
Sun, Nov 22, 2015


Part II of a two part series on the new Middle East—Gideon Rose, Dan Byman, Cyrus Amir-Mokri, and Hamid Biglari chime in on the United States’ response to ISIS after the Paris attacks, counterterrorism in the Middle East, and Iran’s post-sanction economy.



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The New Middle East: Part I with Denise Natali, Natan Sachs, and Jared Cohen

Author: Foreign Affairs
Sun, Nov 08, 2015


In this edition of Foreign Affairs Unedited, part one of a two part series on the new Middle East, Denise Natali, Natan Sachs, and Jared Cohen discuss who can replace the United States in the region, Israel’s strategy, and how to combat ISIS in the digital age.  Read more at ForeignAffairs.com.
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Steve Hindy on Ancient and Modern Beer Brewing

Author: Foreign Affairs
Mon, Oct 26, 2015


Steve Hindy, co-founder and chairman of Brooklyn Brewery, talks about his Foreign Affairs article “Ancient Ales,” as well as the future of craft brewing around the world. 



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