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Podcast by James Marriott

    Global Movements Podcast #5 - Emily Schultheis on the Hungarian Elections and Populism

    Global Movements Podcast #5 - Emily Schultheis on the Hungarian Elections and Populism

    On this podcast I talk to journalist Emily Schultheis about the Hungarian Election and the rise of Populism in the west,

    In her journalistic career Emily has covered everything from council meetings in her hometown in the San Francisco Bay Area to presidential campaigns to the 2013 German federal elections and the 2017 French presidential election.
    Emily the covered the 2012 election for Politico. After leaving politico she spent eighteen months covering Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign for the National Journal, filing stories both for the website and for National Journal Magazine.

    Her work has appeared on CBSNews.com and in The Atlantic, Politico, Politico Europe, Foreign Policy, National Journal, National Journal Magazine and Spiegel International Online, among others.

    • 32 min
    Global Movements Podcast #4 - Dr. Garvan Walshe on Brexit, Italy, Russia and Corbyn

    Global Movements Podcast #4 - Dr. Garvan Walshe on Brexit, Italy, Russia and Corbyn

    On this podcast I talk in Oslo to Dr. Garvan Walshe about Brexit, the the peculiar response of Jeremy Corbyn to the Russian chemical attack in Salisbury, the Italian Elections and populism.

    Garvan Walshe is the the founder of Brexit Analytics, and a former National and International Security Policy Adviser to the UK Conservative Party.
    He has has worked in public policy for over 12 years across wide a range of sectors including Foreign Policy, Europe and Brexit, Defence, Energy, Environment, Education, Criminal Justice and Transport, focusing on policy development and strategic political advice.

    He holds a PhD from the University of Manchester and was selected from thousands for a prestigious European Union Max Weber Fellowship.

    He writes a regular column for Conservativehome and has written for the Economist, CNN and the Guardian.

    He has ghostwritten many speeches and books, and has addressed conferences in the UK, Continental Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.

    • 55 min
    Global Movements Podcast #2

    Global Movements Podcast #2

    On 18 March, Russia will hold Presidential elections.

    In this podcast Rob Thomas and I talk to the Russian politician and lecturer Leonid Gozman about what this plebiscite means for the future of Russia and the world.

    Gozman explains that whilst Putin is guaranteed victory, what really concerns Putin is ensuring that he gains enough support to continue governing for life.

    We look forward to your thoughts!

    • 27 min
    Global Developments PodCast #1

    Global Developments PodCast #1

    The first Global Movements Podcast. This podcast will take a regular look at political developments round the world - with a particular focus on countries going through elections periods. In this podcast I talk to Rob Thomas. Rob is a writer and political analyst based in the UK. We discuss the earthquake in the Italian Elections, Theresa May's big speech on Brexit, the new German Govermnent, recent elections in Serbia and the upcoming Presidential election in Russia.

    • 50 min

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