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Welcome to the Global Governance Podcast with Augusto Lopez-Claros, where we explore the future of governance. Each episode will look at a different global issue and how governance plays a key role in its solution. From climate change to gender equality, from corruption to peace and security, we invite experts to explore a thought-provoking game of “what if?” and “why not?”, positing a world in much closer international cooperation. To learn more visit GlobalGovernanceForum.org.
 
Ocean Governance Podcast – a podcast about ocean governance research This podcast is dedicated to discussing recent publications from legal, social sciences and interdisciplinary journals dealing with ocean governance issues broadly construed. Being lawyers, we do this from a predominantly legal perspective but with a strong interest in the perspectives and contributions of other disciplines. The aim is to draw attention to interesting publications, hopefully to make them accessible and to s ...
 
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Dr. Tad Daley has been thinking about some of the greatest challenges of our time and his first book, Apocalypse Never, was a trenchant analysis of how to rid the world of nuclear weapons and the accompanying mechanisms of international cooperation that would make that goal achievable within our lifetimes. Like Dante more than 700 years ago, he bel…
 
On this week’s episode of the Governance Podcast, Dr. Steven Klein interviews Prof. Martin Weale from the Department of Political Economy at King's College London. This episode is titled “UK Pensions Crisis and Central Banking”. This episode discusses the pension funds sell-off that occurred following the UK government's mini-budget in early Octobe…
 
This week, we discuss the new mechanism for transferring EU residents’ personal data to the US, the first GDPR Data Protection Seal, a new ransomware attack targeting Ukraine and its allies, and the first layer in a defence-in-depth approach to cyber security: detection.Bởi IT Governance
 
This week, we discuss yet more planned changes to UK data protection law, a £1.35 million GDPR fine for “predatory marketing”, the conviction of Uber’s former chief security officer, and a new book about how to establish an enjoyable career.Bởi IT Governance
 
Maria Joao Rodrigues, the current President of the Foundation for European Progressive Studies in Brussels, made the transition from Employment Minister in Portugal in the government of Antonio Guterres to the European Council and the European Parliament. For the past two decades she has taken part in some of the key debates within the European Uni…
 
This week, we discuss two zero-day vulnerabilities affecting Apple devices, the further effects of a ransomware attack on an NHS digital services provider and a large-scale phishing campaign affecting users of secure services such as Okta, Authy and Signal.Bởi IT Governance
 
Dr. Margarita Konaev is Deputy Director of Analysis and a Research Fellow at Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET). She is interested in military applications of AI and Russian military innovation. She has written extensively on international security, armed conflict, non-state actors and urban warfare in the Mi…
 
This week, we discuss a ransomware attack on an NHS digital services provider and a huge increase in cyber attacks as a result of the war in Ukraine, and provide an overview of the main reforms to UK data protection law proposed by the Digital Protection and Information Bill.Bởi IT Governance
 
Olga Tokariuk is a distinguished independent journalist and researcher based in Kyiv, Ukraine. She writes mainly about Ukrainian politics, international affairs, and the role of disinformation and its impact on democracies worldwide. In a compelling interview with our host Augusto Lopez-Claros, Ms. Tokariuk talks about life in war-torn Ukraine, why…
 
This week, we discuss a malware campaign targeting Facebook Business users, a breach apparently affecting 5.4 million Twitter users, a €1.1 million GDPR fine for Volkswagen, the new Digital Protection and Information Bill, and why it’s so important to maintain your cyber security through a recession.…
 
Michael Mandelbaum has spent several decades thinking about the major global problems that we face, and his writings and opinions have been an invaluable source of insight, understanding and wisdom. Whether it is the future of war as an instrument of state power, the role of the UN in providing peace and security, how to patch up our crumbling nucl…
 
This week, we discuss NCSC and ICO advice to the legal profession, a new phishing campaign that bypasses multifactor authentication, and the huge increase in the number of ransomware and phishing attacks this year. Plus, we talk to Gary Hibberd about his new book, The Art of Cyber Security.Bởi IT Governance
 
Thomas G. Weiss is a distinguished scholar at the CUNY Graduate Center who as past president of the International Studies Association, chair of the Academic Council on the United Nations System, editor of the journal Global Governance, and Research Director of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty has written extensivel…
 
Johan Rockström is one of the world’s leading authorities on the impact of climate change. In a broad ranging interview with Ambassador Amanda Ellis, he highlights the importance of the removal of energy subsidies and the introduction of a carbon tax, the need for accountability and the development of monitoring mechanisms for emissions reductions …
 
This week, we discuss new NCSC guidance on avoiding cyber security “staff burnout”, a data breach affecting a Japanese city's entire population, good news for the ransomware-hit Maastricht University, and the privacy implications of the metaverse.Bởi IT Governance
 
This week, we discuss a cyber attack that’s disrupted Yodel’s deliveries, new tactics from a ransomware gang, the government’s plans for reforming UK data privacy law, and the importance of a defence-in-depth approach to cyber security.Bởi IT Governance
 
This episode explores Prof McCloskey’s criticism of the way the discipline of economics has unfortunately been separated from matters of ethics, the importance of liberal values for human progress, and her calls for a human-centered approach to economics called ‘humanomics’.Bởi Centre for the Study of Governance and Society
 
This week, we look at a $150 million fine for Twitter, phishing attacks affecting the Twitter followers of the digital artist Beeple and users of the accounting platform QuickBooks, and a massive data breach affecting Pegasus Airlines – plus we talk about security issues facing organisations with a remote or hybrid workforce.…
 
Drawing on a lifetime of experience advising governments on tackling corruption our guest addresses some of the critical questions of development, from poverty, education and opportunity to the question of life’s purpose and the development of human potential. Robert Klitgaard is a distinguished academic and educator and a sought-after adviser to g…
 
On this week’s episode of the Governance Podcast, our Director Mark Pennington interviews Dr. Danielle Guizzo from University of Bristol. This episode is titled “Cultures of Expertise in Economics”. This episode explores the way in which the discipline of Economics has evolved over the years, the way economists achieved their status as scientific e…
 
On this week’s episode of the Governance Podcast, our Director Prof. Mark Pennington interviews Dr. Erwin Dekker from the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. This episode is titled “Governing Markets as Knowledge Commons”, which features Erwin’s recently co-edited volume with Cambridge University Press, Governing Markets as Knowledge Common…
 
Our response to the challenges of climate change needs a significant boost; we need to do more and move more rapidly if we are to forestall its calamitous consequences. Stockholm+50 later this year will provide a unique opportunity to do so. Learn more at GlobalGovernanceForum.orgBởi Global Governance Forum
 
The world faces multiple crises across different fronts. Climate change and the associated temperature rise will interact in noxious ways with biodiversity, pollution, and the global economy. This is no time for incremental change; indifference is not an option. Learn more on GlobalGovernanceForum.org…
 
We need to think creatively to enhance the effectiveness of the UN Security Council, to boost its ability to deal with threat multipliers like climate change, and to empower it to become a catalyst in the emergence of mature democracies governed by the rule of law. Learn more on GlobalGovernanceForum.org…
 
Massive changes will be needed over the next several years, to our policies, institutions and way of thinking to mitigate the worst effects of climate change. Lack of action will imply the hollowing out of social stability and national security. Learn more on globalgovernanceforum.orgBởi Global Governance Forum
 
On this week’s episode of the Governance Podcast, our Director Prof. Mark Pennington interviews Prof. Carmen Pavel from the Department of Political Economy at King’s College London. This episode is titled “Sovereignty and International Law”, which features Carmen’s recently published book with Oxford University Press Law Beyond the State.…
 
On this week’s episode of the Governance Podcast, our Director Prof. Mark Pennington interviews Prof. Will Davies from Goldsmiths, University of London. This episode is titled “How Neo-Liberal are Contemporary Modes of Governance?”Bởi Centre for the Study of Governance and Society
 
Nobel Laureate Jody Williams, surveying the many catastrophic risks that threaten our future, makes a powerful case to redefine national security in terms of human welfare rather than the maintenance of military establishments. For more information about this episode and the Global Governance Forum visit GlobalGovernanceForum.org…
 
On this week’s episode of the Governance Podcast, our Director Prof. Mark Pennington interviews Prof. Michael Hulme from Cambridge University. This episode is titled “Culture, Science, and the Predicament of Climate Change”, where he suggests looking at climate change challenges as predicaments for human societies to cope with.…
 
On this week’s episode of the Governance Podcast, our Assistant Director Dr. Bryan Cheang interviews Prof. Daniel Smith from Middle Tennessee State University. This episode features his latest book Money and the Rule of Law, published by Cambridge University Press and co-authored with Alexander Salter and Peter Boettke. Drawing on a wide body of sc…
 
On this week’s episode of the Governance Podcast, our Director Prof. Mark Pennington, interviews Prof. Jennifer Murtazashvili from the University of Pittsburgh. This episode features her latest book Land, the State and War, published by Cambridge University Press. The book employs a historical narrative, extensive fieldwork and a national survey to…
 
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