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University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts 13h
A new episode from on and their vital roles in the U.S. military! Check it out wherever you get your podcasts.
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“Thank You For Your Service” Podcast 17h
*NEW EPISODE* We've been looking at military demographics. In this episode, , former intel officer and founder of , joins the pod for a discussion of women's roles in the U.S. armed forces: the myths and the realities
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University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts Feb 21
In our latest episode we talk with of the about tackling poverty in America! Listen to it here!
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University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts Feb 14
What’s it like being married as a grad student? Check out the latest episode of Naked to hear from current about that and more! 💕
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Alice Hunt Friend Feb 13
As we consider the role of the military in our democracy, the information and ideas in this episode of are essential.
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University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts Feb 12
A new episode explores the demographics of the U.S. military >>>>
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David Philipps Feb 12
Had a great conversation on who enlists in the military. Increasingly, it’s a family business.
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Mwangi Thuita Feb 10
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Mwangi Thuita Feb 10
Would a world run by women be more peaceful? Oeindrila Dube and S.P. Harish studied how often European rulers went to war between 1480 and 1913. Over 193 reigns, they found that states ruled by queens were 27% more likely to wage war than those ruled by kings.
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University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts Feb 10
*New Episode* Are women-led states more likely to experience peace than states led by men? The answer might surprise you. Tune in to our interview with Professor Oeindrila Dube of and
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University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts Feb 7
*NEW EPISODE* Audra Grassia joins UC3P to talk analytics, political campaigns, and leveraging voter information to win elections.
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University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts Feb 5
*NEW EPISODE* We spoke with Andrew Lavali, the founding Executive Director of the Institute for Governance Reform, a research and evidence-based advocacy think tank based in Sierra Leone
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Mwangi Thuita Feb 4
New episode of podcast! and I spoke to about the legacy of the civil war in Sierra Leone and how to create responsive and accountable institutions. Listen here:
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Kirill Shamiev Feb 4
This is an absolutely wonderful podcast. If I teach civ-mil one day, I will definitely recommend it to my students. Thanks !
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“Thank You For Your Service” Podcast Feb 4
By far, the city that most often downloads is Chicago, IL. #3 is Washington, DC. No surprise there. But #2? *Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan* Why? A thread [1/5]
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University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts Jan 31
tells us what going dark means for policing and privacy on this week’s episode. Watch it here!
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Manuel Bustamante Jan 30
A finales del año pasado tuve la oportunidad de conocer, y entrevistar, a Sergio Jaramillo para , un podcast que estamos montando con el apoyo de , y . Acá está la entrevista, junto con otras perspectivas del proceso de paz:
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Harris Public Policy Jan 29
Finding the 24/7 news cycle contentious, our political system polarized? Listen to '𝗡𝗼𝘁 𝗔𝗻𝗼𝘁𝗵𝗲𝗿 𝗣𝗼𝗹𝗶𝘁𝗶𝗰𝘀 𝗣𝗼𝗱𝗰𝗮𝘀𝘁'-hosted by our very own , Wioletta Dziuda & Anthony Fowler. Learn more:
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The Pearson Institute Jan 27
Hear from Colombia's chief peace negotiator on the progress made since the historic peace agreement in 2016 on Root of Conflict, a new podcast series produced in partnership with , , and
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Sowmya Jan 24
Our latest podcast in which and I interview the amazing of where we talk about the role of , going beyond and social impact research.
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