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Evening Report webcasts regular programs on culture, news, tech, politics, geopolitics and security intelligence and is hosted by ER's editor Selwyn Manning.

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Evening Report webcasts regular programs on culture, news, tech, politics, geopolitics and security intelligence and is hosted by ER's editor Selwyn Manning.

    Why Bannonism-Trumpism Has Set Its Sights on Aotearoa New Zealand - Buchanan and Manning

    Why Bannonism-Trumpism Has Set Its Sights on Aotearoa New Zealand - Buchanan and Manning

    https://youtu.be/mG3nm_a0D0U

    A View from Afar – Bannonism-Trumpism, a cultural ideological export - Political scientist Paul Buchanan and Selwyn Manning deep-dive into how Aotearoa New Zealand is in the cross-hairs of two distinct political powers - one has been around for awhile and applies influence operations aimed at elites; and the other is new to this part of the world and uses cultural and ideological diffusion that is aimed at civil society and aims to change the character of democracy itself. Can countries like New Zealand resist the slide into US-styled political chaos?
    In this podcast we explore the under-defined, but hardly hidden, ideology that we will refer to as Bannonism-Trumpism.
    So what is taking shape in New Zealand? Why is New Zealand a political lab-rat of sorts?
    How is this battle taking place for the minds and political thinking of New Zealand voters?
    What should you be aware of?
    What political parties are most vulnerable to these two powerful external influences?
    What is the end-game?
    Is resistance achievable?
    Join Paul and Selwyn for this LIVE recording of this podcast while they consider these big issues, and remember any comments you make while live can be included in this programme.

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    If you miss the LIVE Episode, you can see it as video-on-demand, and earlier episodes too, by checking out EveningReport.nz or, subscribe to the Evening Report podcast here.

    The MIL Network’s podcast A View from Afar was Nominated as a Top  Defence Security Podcast by Threat.Technology – a London-based cyber security news publication.

    Threat.Technology placed A View from Afar at 9th in its 20 Best Defence Security Podcasts of 2021 category. You can follow A View from Afar via our affiliate syndicators.

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    Biden's Time - One Year Since Trump Lost The White House

    Biden's Time - One Year Since Trump Lost The White House

    https://youtu.be/jnQdZMdkxeg

    A View from Afar - In this podcast, political scientist Paul Buchanan and Selwyn Manning discuss: how it is now over one year since United States voters went to the polls and elected Joe Biden as president - or perhaps it’s fair to say, voted Donald Trump out of the White House.

    In this episode, Buchanan and Manning analyse the big issues that have challenged the Joe Biden Administration, and examine Biden’s wins and losses as a first term US President.

    So far there have been two iconic moments in the Biden presidency: getting an infrastructure rebuild plan through the House of Representatives; and inching toward a rapprochement with the People’s Republic of China.

    Both have taken place this week.

    What is the sum of Joe Biden's impact on domestic USA and around the world?

    And has Biden's biggest challenge been domestic, on confronting the question of how to overcome the enduring legacy of Donald Trump?

    While evidence suggests Trumpism has now become a vocal force throughout the United States, it has also become a cultural ideology for export . Evidence of that can be seen in liberal democracies around the world, in countries such as New Zealand and Australia.

    Has Biden been able to realign the USA's outward cultural expression to one of change, or has Trump won that fight with Steve Bannon and other disciples packaging their views for export?

    Join Paul and Selwyn for this LIVE recording of this podcast while they consider these big issues, and remember any comments you make while live can be included in this programme.

    You can comment on this debate by clicking on one of these social media channels and interacting in the social media’s comment area. Here are the links:

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    If you miss the LIVE Episode, you can see it as video-on-demand, and earlier episodes too, by checking out EveningReport.nz or, subscribe to the Evening Report podcast here.

    The MIL Network’s podcast A View from Afar was Nominated as a Top  Defence Security Podcast by Threat.Technology – a London-based cyber security news publication.

    Threat.Technology placed A View from Afar at 9th in its 20 Best Defence Security Podcasts of 2021 category. You can follow A View from Afar via our affiliate syndicators.

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    PODCAST: Buchanan + Manning on Covid-19 Driven Economic Change

    PODCAST: Buchanan + Manning on Covid-19 Driven Economic Change

    A View from Afar - In this podcast, political scientist Paul Buchanan and Selwyn Manning discuss the Covid-19 driven transition from Neo-liberal to Neo-Keynesian Economics.

    In particular, Buchanan and Manning examine whether we are witnessing a fundamental change to global economics and consider:

    How since the Covid-19 pandemic arrived even neo-liberal state economies have embraced an expansionist government strategy and significant degrees of stimulus.
    It would appear that the excesses of small government, market driven economies have, at this time, run their course.
    But what will replace the earlier systems?
    From a political economy point of view, what can we expect to take shape as the Pandemic grinds on, even while we all have had a glimpse of what a post-Pandemic new normal may mean?

    You can comment on this debate by clicking on one of these social media channels and interacting in the social media’s comment area. Here are the links:

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    If you miss the LIVE Episode, you can see it as video-on-demand, and earlier episodes too, by checking out EveningReport.nz or, subscribe to the Evening Report podcast here.

    The MIL Network’s podcast A View from Afar was Nominated as a Top  Defence Security Podcast by Threat.Technology – a London-based cyber security news publication.

    Threat.Technology placed A View from Afar at 9th in its 20 Best Defence Security Podcasts of 2021 category. You can follow A View from Afar via our affiliate syndicators.

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    Buchanan + Manning on Geopolitics Railroads COP26 - Plus New-Generation Attack Drones

    Buchanan + Manning on Geopolitics Railroads COP26 - Plus New-Generation Attack Drones

    https://youtu.be/UI3YQo3bEt8
    A View from Afar - In this podcast, political scientist Paul Buchanan and Selwyn Manning discuss two issues: the evolution of new generation attack drones; and the COP26 meeting in Glasgow this week. Specifically, Buchanan and Manning unpack:


    Whether Geopolitics has railroaded a broad-based consensus of climate interventionism
    Why Russia and China abandoned the Cop26 multilateral forum?
    How mostly developed nations state the take away agreements help address climate change, and how Greenpeace and many other environment groups say fundamental problems remain with how developed nations address the climate change challenge.

    ALSO: We discuss the latest in the evolution of high-tech militarised attack drones. What can we now expect to see? And, how will countries defend themselves against AI driven attacks?
    You can comment on this debate by clicking on one of these social media channels and interacting in the social media’s comment area. Here are the links:

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    If you miss the LIVE Episode, you can see it as video-on-demand, and earlier episodes too, by checking out EveningReport.nz or, subscribe to the Evening Report podcast here.

    The MIL Network’s podcast A View from Afar was Nominated as a Top  Defence Security Podcast by Threat.Technology – a London-based cyber security news publication.

    Threat.Technology placed A View from Afar at 9th in its 20 Best Defence Security Podcasts of 2021 category. You can follow A View from Afar via our affiliate syndicators.

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    Supply-Chains, Geo-Economic Resets, Post-Pandemic Security - Buchanan and Manning

    Supply-Chains, Geo-Economic Resets, Post-Pandemic Security - Buchanan and Manning

    https://youtu.be/RbLQKOauxys
    A View from Afar – In this podcast, Paul G. Buchanan and Selwyn Manning analyse how supply-chain bottlenecks, a global economic reset, and post-pandemic security are about to trigger a new era in geo-economics.
    Wherever you are around the world, if you haven’t yet experienced the impact of supply-chain pressures, then you soon will.
    As 2021 edges toward a conclusion, everyone and everything is impacted by supply-chain pressures. This problem laps at your front door with you waiting for your online-ordered-product to be delivered. And, it scales up to monumental proportions as global super economies wait for the latest shipment of iron ore or semi-conductors to dock in port.
    At this stage along the global-pandemic timeline, supply-chain bottlenecks are a huge problem that impacts on every sector of our lives from the petrol our vehicles consume to the rice we have with our meals.
    And this problem is going to get more challenging as countries move to seek a best-case-economic-advantage as the world slowly emerges out from the shadow of Covid-19.
    We have all heard a lot about a new world emerging in the post-pandemic period.


    But what will this look like?
    What impact will global change have on domestic, regional, and global economies?
    And, how will global powers react to a redefined world economic order?
    If change is coming, and it is, then how can the world re-emerge from this pandemic-period, and ensure progress and security are in sync?

    Progress and security, that will be the next challenge of our times.

    Remember to join Paul and Selwyn for future LIVE recordings of of this podcast. And remember any comments you make while live can be included in this programme.

    You can comment on this debate by clicking on one of these social media channels and interacting in the social media’s comment area. Here are the links:

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    If you miss the LIVE Episode, you can see it as video-on-demand, and earlier episodes too, by checking out EveningReport.nz or, subscribe to the Evening Report podcast here.

    The MIL Network’s podcast A View from Afar was Nominated as a Top  Defence Security Podcast by Threat.Technology – a London-based cyber security news publication.

    Threat.Technology placed A View from Afar at 9th in its 20 Best Defence Security Podcasts of 2021 category. You can follow A View from Afar via our affiliate syndicators.

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    Buchanan + Manning on how Taiwan is caught between two clashing giants

    Buchanan + Manning on how Taiwan is caught between two clashing giants

    https://youtu.be/_tMWS7CryY4

    A View from Afar – LIVE @ MIDDAY Thursday October 14: In this podcast, Paul G. Buchanan and Selwyn Manning will analyse how Taiwan is delicately navigating its way between two clashing global powers. On one side there's China and on the other is the USA.

    Taiwan has been self-governing for over 70 years. It insists it wants to remain an independently governed economy.

    But recently, the People’s Republic of China’s leader Xi Jinping stated China wishes to reunify Taiwan and assert control over the South East Asia nation.

    And, on the other hand, the United States of America has restated its defence commitment to Taiwan. The Pentagon this week said the US’ commitment to Taiwan is rock solid, and, in recent weeks it has been reported that US military forces have been present on Taiwanese soil.

    But how committed is the US really? Will the US come to Taiwan’s defence should China invade?

    And, what would China gain strategically if it did invade, and, what would China lose if a regional conflict occurred?

    Taiwan’s leader said this week that it will not submit to China’s will on the issue of its independence, but rather it will use diplomacy to find a way through - that is unless China did invade.

    So what is the most likely outcome of this situation? How can China back off, save face, and get back to the business of economic mutual interest?

    Join Paul and Selwyn for this LIVE recording of this podcast and remember any comments you make while live can be included in this programme.

    You can comment on this debate by clicking on one of these social media channels and interacting in the social media’s comment area. Here are the links:

    Facebook.com/selwyn.manning
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    If you miss the LIVE Episode, you can see it as video-on-demand, and earlier episodes too, by checking out EveningReport.nz or, subscribe to the Evening Report podcast here.

    The MIL Network’s podcast A View from Afar was Nominated as a Top  Defence Security Podcast by Threat.Technology – a London-based cyber security news publication.

    Threat.Technology placed A View from Afar at 9th in its 20 Best Defence Security Podcasts of 2021 category. You can follow A View from Afar via our affiliate syndicators.

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