International wildlife crime (WP1423)

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Discussion about the type of people involved in these crimes, how the links in the chain could be broken and how demand for the animals is tackled. Contributors: Felix Monggae, Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism, Government of Botswana Martin Sims, Chief Inspector, National Wildlife Crime Unit (NWCU), West Lothian  

NATO – their relationship with Russia (WP1437)

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We talk about what Russia is doing at the current time to cause concern both at home and internationally, what the range of NATO members think of the situation and what options NATO have. Contributors: Julie Smith, Senior Fellow and Director, Strategy and Statecraft Programme, Center for a New American Security, Washington DC Kim Traavik, […]

The dark web (WP1412)

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We ask what the dark web/dark net is, why Interpol is interested in it and how you find and pursue criminals. Contributors: Guy Collyer, Programme Manager, INTERPOL, Lyon Josefina Borghi, Researcher, INTERPOL, Lyon  

Migration (WP1427)

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We ask what the root causes are and what causes migrants to leave their first, second or third country of asylum. We also discuss whether the international law needs to be changed and ask what is done about the loss of resource when people migrate. Contributors: Philip Bob Jusu, Migration Officer, Social Affairs Department, African […]

Eliminating malaria with determination, not just hope (WP1390)

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We talk about working with cross border collaboration and ask how you get leaders from different countries to come up with a collective policy. Contributors: Nafsiah Mboi, Envoy, Asia Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance (APLMA), Jakarta Richard Kamwi, Elimination 8 Ambassador; Former Minister of Health and Social Affairs, Windhoek, Namibia Other podcast in the series Malaria […]

Malaria – the 70 year story (WP1390)

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To celebrate our forthcoming 70th anniversary in 2016, we will be publishing a range of dialogues. In this first podcast, we discuss the 70 year success story of malaria and talk about what has changed over the years. Contributor: Richard Feachem, Director, Global Health Group, UCSF Global Health Sciences, University of California, San Francisco, United […]

Biological weapons of mass destruction (WP1416)

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We talk about how the BWC community govern biological weapons and ask if the policy makers are able to respond fast enough to scientific and technological change. Contributors: Ralf Trapp, International Disarmament Consultant, Chessenaz Jez Littlewood, Director, Canadian Centre of Intelligence and Security Studies; Assistant Professor, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA), Carleton University, […]

British and German young leaders talk about future of EU (WP1413)

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Discussion on how Europe has changed over the years and whether we have become trapped in a debate about our structures rather than our purpose. We also talk about Russia and forced migration. Contributors: Daniel Klier, Group Head of Strategy, HSBC Holdings plc, London Emily Knowles, Research and Advocacy Officer, Transparency International (UK), London

The role of sport in development (WP1227)

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We talk about the similarity of issues around the world and discuss the impact of how sporting activities help young people. We ask if any sport works better than others and how you balance inspiration and aspiration with unachievable ambition. Contributors: Chris Grant, Chief Executive, The Sported Foundation, London Andre Ross, Co-Founder and Chairperson, Jala […]

Ebola – the next steps (WP1409)

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We talk about health systems in West Africa after Ebola and ask how affected countries can rebuild their health services, through domestic investment in healthcare, training health workers, using IT effectively and increasing regional collaboration. Contributors: Pape Gaye, President and Chief Executive Officer, IntraHealth International, Chapel Hill Perry Nelson, Director, Management Information Systems, National Health […]