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June 13, 2019

Guatemala
Elections in Guatemala, Protests in Hong Kong, and More

Guatemalans vote, Hong Kong protesters face violent reprisals, and Americans prepare for extreme weather at the onset of fire season.

Podcast Protesters hold signs following a day of violence in Hong Kong.

May 1, 2019

Venezuela
Turmoil in Venezuela, With Shannon K. O’Neil

Shannon K. O'Neil, vice president, deputy director of studies, and Nelson and David Rockefeller senior fellow for Latin America Studies at CFR, discusses the recent uprisings in Venezuela with James …

Podcast Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido protests in Caracas.

November 2, 2017

Japan
Introduction to Nationalism, Japan, and a Changing Asia

CFR Senior Fellow for Japan Studies Sheila A. Smith introduces the first four episodes of this new podcast series focusing on Northeast Asian nationalisms, Japan, and the U.S.-Japan alliance.

Podcast Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force tanks take part in an annual training session with Mount Fuji in the background at Higashifuji training field in Gotemba, west of Tokyo, Japan August 24, 2017

February 4, 2019

Venezuela
Developments in Venezuela With Shannon O'Neil

Shannon K. O'Neil, vice president, deputy director of studies, and Nelson and David Rockefeller senior fellow for Latin America Studies at CFR, discusses the situation in Venezuela, and what the futu…

Podcast Opposition supporters rally against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, February 2, 2019.

December 2, 2017

Japan
Introduction to Part 2 of Nationalism, Japan, and a Changing Asia

CFR Senior Fellow for Japan Studies Sheila A. Smith introduces episodes 5-8 of Nationalism, Japan, and a Changing Asia.

Podcast People hold placards during a protest against Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's security-related legislation outside the parliament building in Tokyo on July 16, 2015.

February 9, 2018

China
Podcast: How Chinese Millennials are Changing the World, One Selfie at a Time

Four hundred million strong, the number of young Chinese exceeds the combined population of the United States and Canada. And as China grows more prominent on the world stage, Chinese youth are emerg…

Podcast A woman poses for her self-portrait with her mobile phone while another works on a painting in front of a graffiti during the 2013 Beijing 798 Art Festival at the 798 Art Zone in Beijing October 8, 2013. The art zone, originally an unused factory, was transformed into a landmark of contemporary art in Beijing in the 1990s.

November 4, 2016

Asia
Podcast: The Changing Face of Myanmar

On this week’s Asia Unbound podcast, Richard Cockett, former Southeast Asia correspondent for the Economist and author of Blood, Dreams and Gold: The Changing Face of Burma, weaves a vivid narrative …

Podcast The Changing Face of Myanmar

December 22, 2016

Global
The President's Inbox: Energy and Climate Change

CFR's James M. Lindsay, Robert McMahon, and Varun Sivaram examine President-Elect Donald Trump's energy and climate change priorities. 

Podcast A installation of four wind generators operate alongside Interstate 25 ten miles south of Pueblo, Colorado.

October 18, 2018

United States
A Discussion on Climate Security and Water Crises with Sherri Goodman

Sherri Goodman, a senior fellow at the Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program and senior advisor for international security at the Center for Climate and Security, talks with James…

Podcast People fill plastic containers with water in a well on the street, close to a neighbourhood called "The Tank" at the slum of Petare in Caracas, Venezuela, April 3, 2016.

August 30, 2018

United States
U.S. Climate Policy With Susanne Brooks

Susanne Brooks, director of U.S. climate policy and analysis for the Environmental Defense Fund’s global climate program, joins James M. Lindsay  to discuss how the United States is confronting clima…

Podcast A stream of water trickles on the bottom of the Almaden Reservoir near San Jose, California during a statewide drought emergency in 2014