▶︎ Live Show 3/2/21: Recounting 2020

No one missed that the least years were quite a special year but you might have missed some special things that happened in 2020.  The Association of Foreign Affairs brings you a recounting of 2020 ‘a la Pod&Radio style. Enjoy this edited version of our previous live-show where we talk

“Don’t cry for me Argentina” – Returning from Economic Disaster

This spring, the south American country named after silver once more defaulted on its debts. This is the ninth time since Argentina’s declaration of independence from Spain in 1816 that the country defaulted. While in the early twentieth century the country was among the world’s richest, a tumultuous century later

The Rising China and the Ruling United States: Cooperation or Confrontation?

This article is a contribution from Mehdi Ghavideldostkohi, lecturer at Lund University’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies. China’s extraordinary economic growth, military power and attentive diplomacy can be considered an epochal change in international relations. The “Rise of China” debate in the United States indicates that China would become a

▶︎ Private-Public Partnerships: New Perspectives on International Development

Curious about the most recent debates and discourses among development practitioners working in the public and the private sector? Tune in to this week’s episode focused on the latest perspectives regarding public-private partnerships, which are regarded as one of the more comprehensive means of tackling challenges to global development and

▶︎ The Perspective LIVE SHOW – 25/3

[smart_track_player url=”https://radioaf.se/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/LIVE-UPF-23.5_mixdown.mp3″] Listen to it on iTunes (UPF Lund) Every other Wednesday, odd weeks, The Perspective Radio has a Live show. This week we decided to publish our on air show (from Wednesday 25/3) as a podcast, partly since the situation with covid-19 makes our organizational work in UPF quite unusual. So

A Governments Guide to Revoking Autonomy: The Curious Case of Kashmir

Source: Kashmir Global In the days leading up to August 5th the inhabitants of Indian-administered Kashmir would experience a series of foreboding events. The telephone networks and internet access were cut off, public gatherings were banned, tens of thousands of troops were sent in, tourist were instructed to leave Kashmir