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Weekly podcast on the events, policies and ideas that will shape the world. World in 30 minutes is curated by Mark Leonard, Director of the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), and features top-level speakers from across the EU and beyond to debate and discuss Europe’s role in the world. It was awarded “Best podcasts on EU politics” by PolicyLab in 2019. Member of the EuroPod network.
 
Are you drawn to the strange, unusual, and hilarious? Us too! Trust me, we have a lot to say about show pigeons (update: show chickens are a thing now!) Follow artists Kate and Rae on our rollercoaster ride of ever changing micro-interests, questionable retelling of our favorite books and shows (where we don't actually remember what happened), and what ever scary story that spooked us with this week.
 
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In his opening remarks at our virtual Annual Council Meeting, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas, spoke about Germany’s Presidency of the Council of the EU and the high expectations which are placed on it. According to him, the next six months will be centred around two things: solidarity and sovereignty.In this week’s podcast, Mark Leonard is join…
 
Paul explains the power of the gospel regardless of the weaknesses of its preacher. The Corinthians are Christians, but they are still infants with much to learn. Humanness is raging in Corinth, but Paul is rooting every good promise in Christ. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen! 1517 Podcast Network 1517 YouTube Donate…
 
“If it’s about Europe´s role in global health, a big part of it is Europe's health sovereignty which we want to make one of the big topics of the German EU Council Presidency”, Germany’s Federal Minister of Health Jens Spahn said in our Virtual Annual Council Meeting. The coronavirus pandemic brought the issue of health sovereignty affront: how can…
 
Erick and Daniel begin Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians in this episode. There is a lot going wrong in the Corinthian church, yet Paul begins by rooting all assurance and sanctification in the person of Christ. Factions have risen about teachers and who baptized you, so Paul appeals to the unity we have in Christ. All this is discussed. Have …
 
As covid-19 raged, speculation grew that the crisis would re- strengthen public support for the state; faith in experts; and both pro- and anti-Europeanism. But ECFR’s latest research reveals these all to be illusions. Instead, the crisis has revolutionised citizens’ perceptions of global order – scrambling the distinctions between nationalism and …
 
Erick and Daniel wrap up the gospel of Luke in this episode. Jesus explains the scriptures to two men on the road to Emmaus, but they don’t know it is him until he blesses and breaks bread. Jesus then appears to the eleven disciples and makes sure they know he remains flesh. The Holy Spirit is promised, and Jesus ascends to heaven. Have a listen! 1…
 
A candid conversation with Natalie and Carmin who share their thoughts and personal feelings towards the revolutionary movement of #blacklivesmatter and the comparison. During these difficult times we have seen companies rise up and take action, others have fallen behind. Natalie talks about a project she is working on to hold companies accountable…
 
The coronavirus crisis brought about financial hardship for the European Union, and many agree that a recovery fund would be needed to overcome it. In the beginning, countries like Italy and Spain, in particular, felt left alone in dealing with this health, social and economic crisis. And still, support for financial burden-sharing is low in the “f…
 
The two criminals crucified next to Jesus have very different responses to what they see and hear. Jesus breathes his last. A man involved, yet opposed to everything that has happened, buries the body of Jesus... but he doesn’t stay in the tomb long. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen! 1517 Podcast Network 1517 YouTube Donate…
 
The ongoing anti-racism demonstrations in the United States spurred by the brutal killing of George Floyd spread across the Atlantic. In many European countries, people are getting behind the cause and protesting racism and police violence against BIPOC. How are the demonstrations in France and Germany connected to the ones in the US? Is Europe als…
 
Jesus stands before Pilate and Herod but they don‘t find Him guilty of anything. The scribes and chief priests keep applying pressure until Jesus is condemned and a murder is released. Simon of Cyrene carries Jesus’ cross and the “King of the Jews” is crucified. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen. 1517 Podcast Network 1517 YouTube …
 
The attempt of a peace process in Libya is facing several substantial hindrances, where a variety of actors keep on inducing significant upheavals in its territory. Recently Turkey was observed to use Libya more and more as a playing field for its advancements - with some arguing that Turkey is becoming the new Russia on the geopolitical stage. In …
 
The recent Franco-German proposal for an EU recovery fund sparked a lively debate on possible changes in EU’s nature, suggesting that the plan to raise €500bn through common EU debt and hand it out as grants, not loans, marks an important shift in EU policy. But is this really a “Hamiltonian” moment, as some labelled it? In this week’s podcast Mark…
 
Judas is set to betray Jesus as the Lord’s Supper is instituted. The rest of the disciples move from debating who will betray Jesus to who is the greatest. And Peter is told he will deny he even knows Jesus. What is going on in the Lord’s Supper? Why are the words “for you” so important? And what encouragement can take from Jesus’ words to Peter? E…
 
A quick catch up with Natalie! The new norm during Covid19 for Natalie has been an adjustment like most. In this episode she talks about how she has pivoted and adjusted in work and life. And oh yes, she will talk about how she reached her goal of being featured on Forbes! An update on projects she has been working on that are almost ready to be re…
 
Last year, the European Union published a strategic outlook in which it reviewed China as a partner, competitor and a strategic rival, creating a lively debate about the nature of the EU-China relations. However, this outlook was designed for a pre-corona world. How has covid-19 reshaped the EU-China relations? What changes to the global order will…
 
It’s almost all eschatology is this episode. Jesus talks about the temple being destroyed and what that means while telling the disciples that most of them will die but not perish. Does anything need to happen for Christ to return? Is Jesus talking about things that have happened or things that will happen? Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Hav…
 
Emotions are an increasingly important part of contemporary politics. Strategies based on fear, nostalgia or hope are used by political leaders all over Europe to mobilize populations. Sociologist Karolina Wigura explored the role of emotions in times of corona in the latest episode of our ECFRQUARANTIMES series. In this week's podcast, this topic …
 
Jesus is preaching the gospel in the freshly cleansed temple when the chief priests and scribes challenge His authority. Jesus is unable to be trapped and tells a parable that fuels the anger of the religious leaders. The Sadducees engage with Jesus on the resurrection and who the Christ is and He warns everyone about the false piety of the scribes…
 
Epidemics like the coronavirus outbreak are a mirror for humanity. Mark Leonard talked in our ECFR QUARANTIMES session to Frank Snowden, Professor Emeritus of History and History of Medicine at Yale University, about how infectious diseases have shaped societies, inspired political reform, altered the outcome of wars, transformed religion, and entr…
 
Jesus tells a parable about a ruler that nobody wants because He is both a giver and a thief. He then rides into Jerusalem on a donkey to pick a fight and ends up at the temple with tears in His eyes, rebuke on His tongue, and a whip in His hand. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen! 1517 Podcast Network 1517 YouTube Article on Jesus…
 
Recently, we have seen funding cuts to the WHO in the middle of the coronavirus crisis and national governments closing borders instead of calling for a G20 or G7 summit. On the positive side, we heard Spanish Foreign Minister Arancha González in our ECFR Quarantimes session arguing that covid-19 could serve as a catalyst for multilateral solutions…
 
A rich ruler wants to know what to do to get to heaven. The law does what it does, and he goes away sad. A blind man cries out for mercy and gets it. And it is necessary for Jesus to stay at the house of a short chief tax collector which results in repentance and salvation. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen! 1517 Podcast Network 1…
 
“We are at a moment of truth, which is to decide whether the European Union is a political project or just a market project. I think it’s a political project… We need financial transfers and solidarity, if only so that Europe holds on”, French President Emmanuel Macron said in an interview with the Financial Times. In yesterday’s virtual EU Council…
 
Word on the street suggests that technology will be the way out of the coronavirus crisis and the lockdowns in many European countries. This seems to be confirmed by a multitude of projects such as the EU’s Pan-European Privacy-Preserving Proximity Tracing (PEPP-PT), the aim of which is to make it possible to interrupt new chains of infection with …
 
Jesus is on His way to the cross but goes out of His way to encounter a group of lepers. The kingdom of God isn’t where people think it is. Jesus talks about His second coming, does what He says support the doctrine of the rapture? And we are told a parable about praying for the Lord to come quickly. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a lis…
 
How is Russia dealing with covid-19? What impact does the pandemic have on the other underlying political issues in Russia – such as the change of the constitution and Putin’s decision to essentially stay in power until 2036? Our ECFR experts also point out the strange absence of the Russian leader from the fight against corona – has covid-19 as we…
 
Jesus tells a parable about a rich man and a poor man named Lazarus. Is this a story about hell or something else? Why does the poor man get a name while the rich man does not? Jesus goes on to talk about temptation, sin, and forgiveness. Where does forgiveness come from and what does faith the size of a mustard seed have to do with it? Erick​ and …
 
The EU members states have been caught up in a heated discussion on possible European ‘coronabonds’, a joint debt assistance by the Union to help those countries hit by the virus particularly hard. Soon enough, the discussion seemed to produce little of substance and rather to ignite previously existing divides between the member states in regard t…
 
Jesus tells a parable that is one of the toughest parts of the New Testament to interpret. What is going on with the Dishonest Manager in this story? How are we to understand the commendation of what seems unjust? How does Jesus move from this strange parable to rebuking the Pharisees? Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen! 1517 Podca…
 
Estamos emocionadas de entrevistar Yanely, tambien conocida como La You Tuber MissBeHelpful. Es conocida coma una de las educadoras de finanzas personales mas admirada. En enste episodio nos cuenta como y porque se puso las pilas para salir de sus deudas de tarjeta de crédito.Av Natalie Torres-Haddad
 
We caught up with the one and only Yanely AKA MissBeHelpful in New York! She is a powerhouse in the personal financial education field. If you have ever searched for any financial information on You Tube she has definitely popped up in your search results. She talks to us on how authenticity in her story helped with her financial success and you tu…
 
Last week’s episode saw our experts dissecting the coronavirus’ implications for Europe. In today's episode, we’re breaking down how the crisis is unfolding in the rest of the world. From the Middle East to Russia and Asia, and all over across the Atlantic – what long-term effects could it have on these regions? And what does it mean for geopolitic…
 
Jesus has some words regarding saltiness before having the Pharisees complain His choice of dinner guests. Jesus has three parables to tell about the pursuing love of God and what repentance is really all about. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen! 1517 Podcast Network Conversations On The Formula Of Concord Donate…
 
Recently declared a global pandemic, it is undeniable that the coronavirus will be a global political, social, financial and economic crisis - requiring actions that reach far beyond unilateral measures by single states. Within Europe, the virus seems to be calling into question the fundamentality of a shared European solidarity also due to rising …
 
Jesus tells people not to exalt themselves or they will end up humbled and tells a parable about throwing banquets. The Kingdom of God continues to look more and more upside-down. God is determined to have His house full and Jesus tells us to hate our families. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen! 1517 Podcast Network Donate…
 
Jesus compares the kingdom of God to seemingly common and insignificant things. Someone wants to know how many people will be saved and Jesus responds in an interesting way. What does it mean to enter through the narrow door? Jesus laments over Jerusalem and another person is healed on the Sabbath. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a liste…
 
The European Union faces a multi-crisis situation at the moment. As the conflict in Idlib and the circumstances at the Greek-Turkish border has erupted, Europe seems to have troubles to respond to latest developments in the Syrian war and threats from Turkey.Host Mark Leonard is joined by ECFR co-chair and former Prime Minister of Sweden, Carl Bild…
 
Jesus says He is distressed over a certain baptism and division will follow Him. People want to know about degrees of sinners, but Jesus blows apart all ideas of Karma. And a woman is healed on the Sabbath, but the rulers of the synagogue find it impossible to rejoice. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen! 1517 Podcast Network Las Ve…
 
This week’s podcast episode sees very special participation from Anu Bradford, law professor at Columbia and author of “The Brussels Effect: How the European Union Rules the World”. Bradford’s book focuses on the way the EU manages to continuously set standards and have a say in the global playing field by unilaterally regulating its powerful singl…
 
Negotiations over the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) for 2021 – 2027 just have started. But as tensions and divergences between the EU member states are rising, a final agreement seems considerably far away for now. The European Union is subject to a series of unprecedented constraints, the most significant one being the UK’s departure and t…
 
A man asked Jesus to play judge for him and He will not. Instead Jesus tells a parable where a man tries to assure his own soul. Jesus wants people to stay “ready for action” but His primary goal in these passages is to blow apart anxiety. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen! 1517 Podcast Network Las Vegas City Event Great Freedom C…
 
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