The Doorstep

SEP 14, 2022 Podcast

The Doorstep: The Global Water Crisis, with Susanne Schmeier

In two years, two-thirds of the world's population may face water shortages that will lead to crises of epic proportions from water refugees to potential ...

SEP 9, 2022 Podcast

Freezing Order: Surviving Vladimir Putin's Wrath, with Bill Browder

What will it take to stop Russia’s President Vladimir Putin? Few have seen his wrath as closely as American-born British financier Bill Browder, who ...

AUG 11, 2022 Podcast

The Doorstep: Changing Dynamics in West Asia, with Mohammed Soliman

How could the world change if the dynamism of India's rise is connected to the wealth and resources of the Gulf states and the technological ...

JUL 28, 2022 Podcast

The Doorstep: What is the Real Threat of Nuclear War? with Dr. Gary Samore

Brandeis University's Professor Gary Samore, joins Doorstep co-hosts Nick Gvosdev and Tatiana Serafin to discuss how nuclear deterrence fosters restraint and caution, and the hope ...

JUL 13, 2022 Podcast

The Doorstep: Biden's Middle East Reset with NYU's Dr. Carolyn Kissane

Doorstep podcast co-hosts Tatiana Serafin and Nick Gvosdev are joined by NYU's Dr. Carolyn Kissane to discuss Biden's "Middle East reset" and trip to Saudi ...

Artificial Intelligence & Equality

SEP 6, 2022 Podcast

Ethics, Digital Technologies, & AI: Southeast Asian Perspectives, with Elina Noor

In this Artificial Intelligence & Equality podcast, Senior Fellow Anja Kaspersen is joined by Asia Society Policy Institute's Elina Noor for a talk on how we ...

AUG 18, 2022 Podcast

How Real is Virtual Reality? with David Chalmers

Might the world we live in be a simulation? Are the virtual environments being created real or illusions? What are the prospects for creating artificial ...

JUN 22, 2022 Podcast

Is AI Upending Geopolitics? with Angela Kane

In this Artificial Intelligence & Equality podcast, Carnegie-Uehiro Fellow Wendell Wallach is joined by Angela Kane, a chair of the United Nations University Governing Council, to ...

MAY 25, 2022 Podcast

New War Technologies & International Law: The Legal Limits to Weaponizing Nanomaterials, with Kobi Leins

In a fascinating podcast, Senior Fellow Anja Kaspersen speaks with Kobi Leins about her new book "New War Technologies and International Law: The Legal Limits ...

MAY 10, 2022 Podcast

Making Decisions When Values Conflict or Are Prioritized Differently, with Paul Root Wolpe

In this Artificial Intelligence & Equality podcast, Carnegie-Uehiro Fellow Wendell Wallach sits down with Emory University's Professor Paul Root Wolpe for a thought-provoking conversation about the ...

Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative (C2G) Learn, Talk, Discuss

SEP 26, 2022 Podcast

C2GTalk: How can countries work together to tackle climate change? with Sunita Narain

Countries need to set aside their differences, recognize their interdependence, and negotiate as equals to tackle the climate crisis, says Sunita Narain, the director general ...

JUN 13, 2022 Podcast

C2GTalk: How is the UNESCWA supporting Arab states in the green transition? with Rola Dashti

Countries in the Arab region are seeking substitutes to oil so they can diversify their economies and mitigate the impact of fossil fuels production. Rola ...

MAY 31, 2022 Podcast

C2GTalk: Should the world consider solar radiation modification in light of the latest IPCC findings? with Thelma Krug

More research and better governance is needed to help developing countries make decisions about solar radiation modification (SRM), says Thelma Krug, vice-chair of the Intergovernmental ...

MAY 2, 2022 Podcast

C2GTalk: How has the governance of solar radiation modification progressed in recent years? with Oliver Morton

The debate around solar radiation modification has broadened in recent years, but there has not yet been significant progress on international mechanisms to govern it, ...

MAR 21, 2022 Podcast

C2GTalk: How does society view solar radiation modification experiments? with Sheila Jasanoff

It is important to see proposed solar radiation modification experiments in a wider social context, says Sheila Jasanoff, the Pforzheimer Professor of Science and Technology ...

Global Ethics Review

SEP 22, 2022 Podcast

Hybrid Warfare in Ukraine, with Liubov Tsybulska

Liubov Tsybulska, a hybrid warfare expert and advisor to the government of Ukraine, discusses Russian disinformation efforts and how the conflict has changed on the ...

JUN 30, 2022 Podcast

Emerging Technology & the War in Ukraine, with Arthur Holland Michel

In this "Global Ethics Review" podcast, Senior Fellow Arthur Holland Michel discusses facial recognition systems, loitering munitions, and drones in the context of Russia's invasion ...

APR 21, 2022 Podcast

Global Ethics Review: Ukrainian Refugees & the International Response, with Michael W. Doyle

Since the Russian invasion began in late February, millions of Ukrainians have been forced to flee their homes. In this Global Ethics Review podcast, Senior ...

DEC 7, 2021 Podcast

The Ethics of Global Vaccine Distribution, Part Four, with Ezekiel J. Emanuel

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, new questions have arisen in regards to the ethics of global vaccine distribution. In a continuation of a series started ...

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OCT 13, 2021 Podcast

Global Ethics Review: Midnight's Borders, with Suchitra Vijayan

"What does it mean for us to think about these border regions beyond the questions of international security?" asks Suchhitra Vijayan, the author of the ...