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The Diplomat, hosted by Jason Greenblatt, is inspired by his work in foreign affairs with the intent of fostering candid conversations on a wide set of global and domestic issues. The Diplomat will veer away from personality-driven political disputes and instead bring nuance and depth to hot topics. Using his diplomatic skills, Greenblatt aims to get at the root of the issues and attempt to find common ground where it exists, rather than sow further division.
 
The Freewheeling Diplomat -- Colin Cleary -- served for over three decades in the U.S. Foreign Service. Free now to speak for himself, he offers a practitioner's perspective on key U.S. Foreign Policy challenges. Drawing on his years at U.S. Embassies in Ukraine, Russia and Poland, he will focus initially on providing context to Russia's war on Ukraine. Colin Cleary is currently an Adjunct Professor of U.S. Foreign Policy at George Washington University.
 
The Public Diplomat is a dialogue about public diplomacy, nation branding, and all things international. We talk to public diplomacy practitioners, scholars and thinkers from around the world in an effort to better understand the field. Twitter @Public_Diplomat check out our website thepublicdiplomat.com
 
The Caribbean foreign affairs podcast, Diplomatically Speaking, hosted by former senior Caribbean diplomat, Dr. Geneive Brown Metzger, is a bi-weekly program featuring candid conversations with leaders on the front line of U.S. and Caribbean affairs—diplomats, economists, government and business leaders—about bi-lateral relations, U.S. Asia geopolitical tensions over the region, foreign trade, and why the U.S. should deepen its relationships with the Caribbean in the post-pandemic era. Dr. M ...
 
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Come and join me and Karina Lagarrigue for a conversation about how we can best support diplomatic mums. Karina is a Barcelona-based psychologist specializing in expat couples therapy and sex therapy. She’s also a PhD candidate in sensory processing sensitivity for expatriated mums. You must join us if you are a parent and want to help improve the …
 
What is the real nature of the "China problem?" How did Sino-US detente and collaboration become great-power competition and rivalry? What did Obama's pivot to Asia have to do with all of it? And why did Van end up a critic of the national security state? In this special cross-over episode with the Realignment Podcast, Van goes into all that and mo…
 
What is empathy, and why is it important in making strategy? Why is "strategic empathy" so problematic? Can empathy be institutionalized? How did neoliberals steer empathy wrong? Dr. Claire Yorke sits down with Van to chat about all that and more. Claire Yorke on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ClaireYorke Claire's review essay on empathy and strategy…
 
Does Southeast Asia matter? How does SE Asia view and respond to great power competition, Russia’s war in Ukraine, and tensions in the Taiwan Strait? And how can the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) work to solve the crisis in Myanmar in 2023 under Indonesia’s chairmanship? With regular co-host Hunter Marston to discuss these issues a…
 
How's Biden doing on foreign policy? Where is the "Biden doctrine" going wrong? Matt Duss and Stephen Wertheim--leading voices in progressive foreign policy--come on the pod to hit all the issues with Van and Kate--Ukraine-Russia, a disastrous defense strategy, Iran, Saudi-Yemen war, China, Afghanistan and counter-terrorism, and more. Matt and Step…
 
In Part II of Van's sit-down w/ Professor Daniel Immerwahr (author of How to Hide an Empire), they talk about Daniel's recent chapter about the politics and ideology of George Lucas's Star Wars. Was the Galactic Republic really an empire the entire time? What made Star Wars a Vietnam movie? What's the deal with the Ewok? And what's wrong with Lucas…
 
Why do geopoliticians blow off climate change and environmental degradation? Is geography really an insurmountable force? What do "geopolitical risk consultants" really do? And what should we make of the fact that geopolitics has its origins in imperialism? What did Nazis, in particular, see appealing in geopolitics? Van sits down w/ Professor Dani…
 
What does war and violence abroad do to politics at home? Why were early Cold War intellectuals obsessed with who "lost China?" And what did the realists of the 1940s and 1950s believe about not just the limits of American power but how US hegemony might be the road to fascism in America? John Delury sits down with Van to discuss all that and more …
 
Lady Catherine Ashton, Former Vice President of the European Commission and former High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, joins Jason Greenblatt to discuss Iran, Russia, Ukraine & Diplomacy. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
In this interview episode, Van sits down with Professor Jeanne Morefield to discuss critiques of liberalism and empire. Why does liberalism seem to always be obsessed with crisis and triumphalism, often at once? What is the shared DNA of Edwardian imperialism, neoconservatism, and liberal internationalism? Why has G. John Ikenberry's theoretical pr…
 
Greg Zukerman of The Wall Street Journal joins Jason Greenblatt to discuss FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried, after the SEC charged him with orchestrating a scheme to defraud equity investors. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
Come and join me for a real conversation about what it means to connect. Connection is a big deal. It’s the antidote to loneliness and you – as a human – need to feel connected. But how do you know if you’re doing it right? Listening to this episode of The Lonely Diplomat podcast is a great place to start. Need to get your diplomatic life back on t…
 
In this interview episode, Van sits down with Professor Jeanne Morefield to discuss critiques of liberalism and empire. Why does liberalism seem to always be obsessed with crisis and triumphalism, often at once? What is the shared DNA of Edwardian imperialism, neoconservatism, and liberal internationalism? Why has G. John Ikenberry's theoretical pr…
 
Van, Kate, and Hunter unpack the mass uprisings in China, situating them in the context of ongoing worker struggles. They probe weaponized anti-semitism. They discuss the origins of Sino-US rivalry and the analytical perils of American exceptionalism. And. bring forth tons of data showing the difference between left and right radicalism. Dove and C…
 
In this episode, Van chats with David Parsons, host of The Nostalgia Trap. They talk about his upbringing in Ventura, California during the 1990s, why he's obsessed with '90s pop culture and film, the nightmarish state of being a perpetual precarious academic historian, and what got him into the podcast game. They also discuss his fascinating book,…
 
Come and join me for a real conversation about what it means to be at a rock bottom mentally, emotionally, physically and socially while living the diplomatic life in this episode of The Lonely Diplomat podcast. In this episode, I talk about: - While rock bottom is a messy place, it’s a source of hope.- Why you avoid seeking help until you’ve got n…
 
What is neoliberalism and why did developing democracies embrace labor repression? Why is military Keynesianism both dangerous and unsustainable? What are the causes of inflation right now, and how does monetary policy undermine the Biden presidency? And what happened to the "East Asian model" of economic development? In this political economy epis…
 
Where have all the peace intellectuals gone? How do you make enemies into friends? What's it like to be mixed-race in national security? Should we do away with economic sanctions entirely? Is it easier to shape the world than to shape China? What's Russia's freaking problem? Seva Gunitsky Tweet: https://twitter.com/SevaUT/status/1462766445121650696…
 
I spoke with Mike Purcell who had decades of experience as a Russia watcher for the U.S. Marines. Mike, now retired and teaching at GW University, brings unique operational, strategic and area expertise to the analysis of Russian military performance. He led a combined armed force of 800 marines and 200 vehicles during the 2003 invasion of Iraq. He…
 
Jason sits down with Josh Block, adjunct fellow at the Hudson Institute and former spokesman for USAID, for an all-encompassing discussion of the latest in world news — and what paths there might be out of this dark period in international affairs. In the Path of Abraham is out now around the world: https://www.inthepathofabraham.com/ See Privacy P…
 
In this special one-off episode of the pod, Van Jackson joins a panel hosted at Australian National University's Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, alongside Greg Raymond, Ian Hall, and Yun Jiang. The topic: "Whataboutism" and the China debate. The great American political scientist Seymour Lipset once said, “they that know only one country…
 
Russian and Soviet history make it clear that defeat in war can result in the overthrow of the leader and that -- in the Soviet period especially -- the inner circle has repeatedly taken action against a leader seen to have failed. Autocrats rule through the appearance of strength. Putin is weakened and getting desperate. Yet he continues to hold o…
 
Come and join me and Georgie Ryan for a cup of tea and a chat about being an accompanying significant other while living her diplomatic life in this episode of The Lonely Diplomat podcast. In this episode, we talk about - the impact her blog post and previous appearance on the podcast has had supporting the global diplomatic community. - Times when…
 
Lyle Jeremy Rubin joins the podcast to talk about his new memoir "Pain Is Weakness Leaving the Body: A Marine's Unbecoming." Lyle and Van discuss the way that hypocrisy radicalizes people, the trouble with imperialism, the psychosexual insecurities mixed into military life, how personal violence affects foreign policy, the Karate Kid, the paradoxic…
 
Jason delivers a monologue on the protest song 'Baraye,' the current state of affairs in Iran, and the heroism of protesters who are facing imprisonment and far worse. Listen to 'Baraye' in full: https://open.spotify.com/track/5lkeYKxvxXb80SzJBjJY5h?si=2a7ea2ac951b434a See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at…
 
Jason speaks with Behnam Ben Taleblu, Senior Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and co-author of a recent piece for the National Interest about how the Biden Administration — and the rest of the West — can better help protestors in Iran. Read the piece here: https://nationalinterest.org/blog/middle-east-watch/how-biden-can-stand-ir…
 
Central banks are using inflation to fight a class war. America's Pacific sphere of influence is making it paranoid--what ham-fisted skullduggery in the Marshall Islands reveals. Was George W. Bush more fascist than Trump? Taiwan policy is on militarist auto-pilot--why Chris Murphy is worried. Why red-scare propaganda is bad for democracy. What abo…
 
Jason discusses the latest news out of Iran, where mass protests against the repressive regime there show no sign of slowing down, with Amir Abbas Fakhravar — a formerly jailed Iranian dissident who now lives in the U.S. NOTE: This episode of The Diplomat was recorded on September 23rd, 2022. Due to the rapidly-evolving nature of this topic, materi…
 
Many aspects of this diplomatic life are amazing. And there are many that are, well, far from amazing. Always needing to be ready – to be ‘on’ – to respond to something in the right way at the right time. Everyone on a posting – posted officer and their families – always need to be vigilant and mindful of how their words and actions are perceived. …
 
Seth Mandel, Executive Editor of the Washington Examiner, joins Jason to discuss parenting in a dual-journalist household, social media, and partisanship. Connect with Seth: https://twitter.com/SethAMandel See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
Jason speaks with former Pakistani Airman — and current public school principal — Nayyar Q. Khawja about the state of affairs in Pakistan, and how the global community can assist in flood relief efforts. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
Jason speaks with Arnold Roth about his daughter, Malki Chana Roth — who, at age 15, was murdered in an act of terrorism in the heart of Jerusalem. Fourteen others died in the attack, but one of the masterminds of the Sbarro Massacre still walks free in Jordan. Connect with Arnold Roth: https://twitter.com/arnoldroth Connect with the Malki Foundati…
 
This episode is from an original release in January 2022. Dr. Van Jackson sits down with John Feffer, co-director of the Foreign Policy in Focus project at the Institute for Policy Studies. They talk about John's new book, Right Across the World: The Global Networking of the Far-Right and the Left Response. They also talk about writing novels and p…
 
I’m back. It’s been a while, hasn’t it? There’s been a lot happening with me AND with The Lonely Diplomat. Let’s catch up. Need to get your diplomatic life back on track? You need your Diplomatic Life Plan. Get yours now through the link below. Links:Send me your question: admin@thelonelydiplomat.com Website: www.thelonelydiplomat.comBlog: www.thel…
 
Jason speaks with Ari Gargir, Founder and CEO of Red C — a biotech firm aiming to engineer a universal supply of red blood cells. In The Path of Abraham is out now: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1637583095 Connect with Jason Greenblatt: @GreenblattJD https://www.jasongreenblatt.com/ See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy…
 
On this episode Garrison interviews David Santoro, President of the Pacific Forum and an expert on strategic deterrence, stability, arms control and more. The two have an in-depth discussion regarding the Pacific Forum’s landmark 2022 publication “US-China Mutual Vulnerability: Perspectives on the Debate”. Santoro embarks on a wide-ranging discussi…
 
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