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This series is developed by students, staff, research centers and the faculty at the Graduate Institute of International Studies and Development (IHEID). It will host podcasts on a plethora of topics that range from research and studying to aspects of international life in Geneva and at the Institute.
 
Né en 1992, musicien pendant plus de 3 ans dans le groupe de reggae/dub Genevois "skank'collectiv" troque la musique jamaïcaine en 2009, pour des platines et une ambiance plus électronique. Après plus d'une année de pratique et quelques sets live, il crée un podcast sur Itunes sous le nom de "GenevaElectroVibes". Son style de musique s'étand de la "progressive", à de la "fidget" en passant par de la "techhouse". Que la house soit avec toi
 
Welcome 2 Geneva's Closett!My name Is Geneva and I'm the Producer & Talk Show Host.Geneva's Closett is a Full Service Media Business & Talk Show located in the Chicagoland area.Whether I’m doing an interview, discussing current issues, talking celebrity drama, relationships, family, business, having an online “Pajama Jam” or just an occasional rant. There’s always something for you in Geneva’s Closett.
 
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Listen to this special edition podcast with multiple experts providing analyses on the Biden-Putin Summt in Geneva on 16 June 2021. This is episode 16 in the 2021 GCSP Podcast Series.Dr Paul Vallet: Welcome to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy weekly podcast. I'm your host, Dr Paul Vallet, Associate Fellow in the Global Fellowship Initiative. A…
 
This episode of the Geneva Challenge Podcast answers questions from the participants related to the upcoming submission of their proposals, and explores the theme and the vision of the context more elaborately. This episode is hosted by the Project Coordinator of the contest, Mukta, where she provides answers to different questions. Which one is on…
 
"GCSP & Swiss Security Policy: Building Expertise, Confidence and Communities" is episode 15 in the 2021 GCSP Podcast Series. Col Christian Bühlmann interviews Ambassador Teddy Winkler.To mark the 35th anniversary of the GCSPs flagship course – founded as SIPOLEX, later the International Training Course in Security Policy (ITC), and now the Leaders…
 
International Geneva and the Biden-Putin Summit is episode 14 in this GCSP podcast series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Ms Alexandra Matas, Head of Effective Governance at the GCSP.Welcome to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy weekly podcast. I'm your host, Dr Paul Vallet, Associate Fellow in the Global Fellowship Initiative. For the next few weeks…
 
Education is fundamental to the life of every child. Not being in school puts children at immediate risk and it ruins their futures. So why does education seem to come a poor second during humanitarian crises? In this episode of Inside Geneva host Imogen Foulkes talks to experts on education in emergencies, including Yasmine Sherif, Director of Edu…
 
"Governance and international influence of Africa" is episode 13 in this GCSP podcast series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Dr Delidji Eric Degila Senior Researcher, Global Migration Centre; Visiting Lecturer, International Relations/Political Science; Research Associate, Centre on Conflict, Development And PeacebuildingDr Paul Vallet: Welcome to the G…
 
"Weapons negotiations in the midst of global conflict" is episode 12 in this GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Mr Marc Finaud, Head of Arms Proliferation at the GCSP and former French diplomat.Dr Paul Vallet: Welcome to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy weekly podcast. I'm your host, Dr Paul Vallet, Associate Fellow with the GCSP’s…
 
The 194 members of the World Health Organisation will meet for the annual World Health Assembly from May 24. The body decides global health policy. What could be more important in this pandemic year? In this episode host Imogen Foulkes looks at the challenges that lie ahead. Her guests are Suerie Moon of Geneva’s Global Health Centre, Maria Guevara…
 
"A Yazidi woman's survival story" is episode 11 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Ms Adiba Qasim, Yazidi genocide survivor, asylum seeker and Young Leader in Foreign and Security Policy at the GCSP.Dr Paul Vallet: Welcome to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy weekly podcast. I'm your host, Dr Paul Vallet, Associate Fellow…
 
In this episode, professor Nicole Bourbonnais, Carolina Earle, Gaya Raddadi and Trang Tran discuss the recent incidences of recorded gender-based violence across the world, what it means for them personally and how intersectionality of gender issues affect the perception of gender-based violence. Music: Stay Warm, by Scott Holmes (CC BY-NC) Picture…
 
European approaches to internatiolnal security and defence is episode 10 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Colonel Markus Schneider of Germany and Senior Defence Advisor to the GCSP,Dr Paul Vallet: Welcome to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy weekly podcast. I'm your host, Dr Paul Vallet, Associate Fellow with the GCSP G…
 
Not knowing the fate of a loved one causes unimaginable heartbreak and anxiety for families. People go missing in wars and natural disasters, but they are also forcibly disappeared. What can families do? In this episode host Imogen Foulkes looks at the United Nations Convention on Enforced Disappearances. How does it work? Does it help prevent disa…
 
During this challenging season of COVID-19, we are thankful to our Lord that we have been able to meet together face to face in small groups across campus for Chapel all year. Today is the last Chapel of 2020-2021. Dr. William Baker will give the message, based on Exodus 2:11-25 and entitled, “The personal crisis of God’s calling.” Many thanks to o…
 
"We each at a credit card amount of microplastics every week" is episode 9 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Mr Alexander Verbeeek, climate and environment expert and Associate Fellow with the GCSP's Global Fellowship InitiativeDr Paul Vallet: Welcome to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy weekly podcast. I'm your host, Dr…
 
The United Nations is 75 years old – but there has never been a woman Secretary General. Now Antonio Guterres is standing for a second term, so it will likely be another five years before a woman candidate can have a chance at the UN’s top job. Why is it taking so long? Does Guterres’ record even merit a second term? And why are some senior UN posi…
 
Engineering, development and leadership in Africa is episode 8 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Ambassador Yvette Stevens who represents the great combination of experience and diversity among the GCSP Global Fellowship Initiative with 28 years of International Civil Service with the United Nations and another six as a dipl…
 
Security of the mind is episode 7 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Dr Hani Dabbagh, Digital Strategist.Dr Paul Vallet: I'm joined by Dr Hani Dabbagh. But to Hani Dabbagh, was an Executive in Residence at the GCSP in 2019 and is now an Alumnus Fellow is a digital strategist. After his PhD in information engineering and elect…
 
It is regarded as the worst of all crimes, but what constitutes genocide? How does it differ from crimes against humanity? How are the atrocities of 1970’s Cambodia different from 1990’s Rwanda? What about Myanmar, or Xinjiang in China? Why have so few people ever been convicted of genocide? And why do human rights groups themselves use the term so…
 
Managing critical incidents in the cyber domain is episode 6 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Ms Sarah Backman, Cyber Security Consultant with Secana.Dr Paul Vallet: Welcome to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy, weekly podcast. I'm your host, Dr Paul Vallet Associate Fellow with the GCSP’s Global Fellowship Initiative. …
 
A new Tropical Industrial Revolution in Latin America is episode 4 in this new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Mr Alvaro Cedeno Molinari, Narratives Futurist and Co-Founder at Perfectible.io and former Ambassador of Costa Rica to the World Trade Organisation.Dr Paul Vallet: Welcome to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy podcast. I'…
 
The war in Syria began 10 years ago this month. Throughout that decade, Geneva has been at the heart of diplomatic efforts towards peace, and at the heart of the humanitarian operation. Were chances for peace missed? Did we expect too much from the aid agencies? Host Imogen Foulkes is joined by Fabrizio Carboni of the ICRC, Jan Egeland, former head…
 
"Leadership and diversity in the workplace" is episode 5 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Ingrid Gazquez, Leadership Portfolio Manager for the Geneva Leadership Alliance, the partnership between the GCSP and the Center for Creative Leadership. A Spanish lawyer by profession actively engaged in advancing individual rights an…
 
This episode marks the 10th anniversary of the beginning of the uprising in Syria. This is episode 3 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Mr Kenneth R. Rosen is an award-winning foreign news correspondent, who reports especially from the Middle East for numerous publications, among which the New York Times New Yorker magazine, …
 
Billions of us use social media – but how much control do we have over how it uses us? Big tech giant Facebook could block news content for its users in Australia without asking anyone. Authoritarian regimes use social media to promote their sometimes violent policies. Has the information sharing we once thought so liberating become a danger to dem…
 
Virtual education in a social distancing world is episode 2 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Ms Alexandra Thiry, Head of Learning Innovation and Impact at the GCSP. They discuss virtual education, trends, innovation and learning methodology. Here are some resources she references in this podcast:- https://sealifelong.web.ap…
 
Lessons in pandemic crisis management one year is episode 1 in this new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Mr David Horobin, Head of Crisis Management at the GCSP. Paul Vallet: Welcome to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy podcast. I'm your host, Dr Paul Vallet, and I am an Associate Fellow with the GCSP’s Global Fellowship Initiativ…
 
On this episode, Tony & Angela welcome special guest Rebecca McLaughlin, author of “Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World’s Largest Religion.” This book was Christianity Today’s 2020 Beautiful Orthodoxy Book of the Year. Tony & Angela discuss 3 of these hardest questions with Rebecca:1. How can Christians say there is only one t…
 
Welcome to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy Podcast. Thank you for tuning in to our podcast where we explore some of the latest global issues affecting peace, security, and international cooperation. In this week’s episode Fleur Heyworth, Head of the GCSP’s Gender and Inclusive Security Cluster speaks with Rose Mbone, founder of The Legend Ken…
 
As the Lunar New Year celebrations come to a close and the full moon makes an appearance, let’s enter the year of the Ox with new perspectives, courtesy of the China and East Asia Studies initiative. Listen as they reflect on different traditions in East Asia, their personal experiences of past new years, the soft … Continue reading Lunar New Year …
 
In January nuclear weapons were banned by international treaty. But the treaty doesn’t apply to any of the nuclear powers, since none of them signed it. So are nukes really banned? In this episode, Imogen Foulkes talks to Cordula Droege, Chief Legal Officer of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Beatrice Fihn of the International Campaign…
 
Hello, I'm Lisa Larson. I'm an expert in leadership development, and after having had the good fortune to work with the GCSP in several of their Inspiring Women Leaders programs, in 2020 I was invited to join them as a fellow of Women Peace and Security [part of the Global Fellowship Initiative thanks to the sponsorship of the US mission to the Uni…
 
On this episode of The New Geneva, Tony and Angela welcome Dr. James Eglinton to the show to talk about the Legacy of Herman Bavinck. Dr. Eglinton discusses the overarching theme of Bavinck’s theology, his views on evolution, young/old earth creation, racism in America, women’s rights, Nazis, and the plague. This is a fascinating discussion and one…
 
It’s a year since Covid 19 went global, and we all headed into lockdown. In this episode Imogen Foulkes revisits some eerily prescient interviews we did with health experts Vinh Kim Nguyen of MSF and Margaret Harris of the WHO one year ago – and brings us up to date talking to Suerie Moon of Geneva’s Global Health Centre. We ask: what did we think …
 
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