The Doorstep

JAN 19, 2023 Podcast

Ideology in U.S. Foreign Relations, with Christopher McKnight Nichols

From racialized notions of subjecthood and civilization in the 18th century to the neoconservatism, neoliberalism, and unilateralism of the 21st century, ideology drives American foreign ...

JAN 11, 2023 Podcast

Will 2023 Be the Year of Global Power Shifts? with Judah Grunstein

Judah Grunstein, editor-in-chief of "World Politics Review," joins "Doorstep" co-hosts Nick Gvosdev and Tatiana Serafin for his annual review of global power shifts. The past 12 ...

DEC 14, 2022 Podcast

Blind Spot: The Global Rise of Unhappiness and How Leaders Missed It, with Jon Clifton

Although pundits and politicians pay close attention to measures like GDP or unemployment, almost no one tracks citizens' wellbeing. Gallup CEO Jon Clifton discusses this "...

NOV 16, 2022 Podcast

Personality and Power: Builders and Destroyers of Modern Europe, with Ian Kershaw

Throughout the 20th century, European leaders from Stalin to Mussolini, from Gorbachev to Thatcher, and more, have shifted global narratives by sheer force of will. ...

NOV 9, 2022 Podcast

What's Next Post-Midterms for the Biden/Harris Administration? with Rational Security

In a crossover collaboration with the national security and foreign policy podcast "Rational Security," co-hosts Scott R. Anderson and Alan Z. Rozenshtein, both "Lawfare" senior ...

Artificial Intelligence & Equality

JAN 4, 2023 Podcast

Neuroethics: An Ethics of Technology, with Dr. Joseph Fins

In this far-reaching "Artificial Intelligence & Equality" podcast, Weill Cornell's Dr. Joseph Fins discusses with Senior Fellow Wendell Wallach the hype and realities surrounding contemporary neuroscience ...

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 ...

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

JAN 23, 2023 Podcast

C2GDiscuss: Youth Perspectives on the Governance of Solar Radiation Modification in the Face of Global Warming Overshoot

Moderated by C2G’s Executive Director Janos Pasztor, this "C2GDiscuss" podcast features a diverse all-youth panel of speakers discuss their perspectives about the ...

DEC 12, 2022 Podcast

C2GTalk: Why did the Saami Council oppose Harvard's SCoPEx experiment? with Åsa Larsson Blind

In 2021 the Saami Council effectively stopped Harvard University's Stratospheric Controlled Perturbation Experiment (SCoPEx), which aimed to examine the behavior of stratospheric aerosols which could potentially ...

NOV 14, 2022 Podcast

C2GTalk: What are the challenges facing international governance of solar radiation modification? with Marcos Regis da Silva

The fragmentation of international environmental governance creates challenges for states looking to create governance for solar radiation modification (SRM), says Dr. Marcos Regis da Silva, ...

OCT 30, 2022 Podcast

C2GTalk: Why is broad-based governance needed for new climate technologies? with Per Heggenes

The world needs to look at every option to stop dangerous climate change, but some potential approaches—like solar radiation modification—are undeveloped and could ...

OCT 17, 2022 Podcast

C2GTalk: What role might CDR and SRM play in IPCC pathways to achieve the Paris Agreement? with Roberto Schaeffer

In this "C2GTalk," host Mark Turner talks speaks with Federal University of Rio de Janeiro's Dr. Roberto Schaeffer about carbon dioxide removal and solar ...

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 ...

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 ...