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    An inmate’s first-hand account of creating a book club on Death Row


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    In December 2019, Chinese doctors and officials grapple with a mysterious new virus


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    Mary Stallard explores the ancient practice of silence and asks whether we have enough.


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    Every citizen gets an annual dividend from the state’s oil fund. Mark Whitaker reports


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  5. Killing Me Softly: the Power Pandemic - The Little Red Podcast - Omny.fm

    China’s Covid diplomacy dispatching facemasks and respirators overseas is being hailed as the ultimate soft power play. But is this really soft power? To answer this question, we’re joined by the man who coined the term, Joseph Nye, the former dean of Harvard Kennedy School of Government as well as Bates Gill, professor in the Department of Security Studies at Macquarie University, and Natasha Kassam, a research fellow in the Diplomacy and Public Opinion Program at the Lowy Institute.


    Image credit: "AMCHAM Cares Co-Vid 19" by United States Embassy Kuala Lumpur is licensed under CC PDM 1.0


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  6. This is Chance! Redux - 99% Invisible

    It was the middle of the night on March 27, 1964. Earlier that evening, the second-biggest earthquake ever measured at the time had hit Anchorage, Alaska. 115 people died. Some houses had been turned completely upside down while others had skidded into the sea. But that brief and catastrophic quake was just the beginning of the


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  7. Pádraig Ó Tuama: The Poetry & Politics of Kindness | RNZ

    The threat of Covid-19 invites us to think as communities rather than as individuals, says Irish poet and conflict mediator Pádraig Ó Tuama.


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    Ali Fauzi tries to stop people joining South East Asia’s next wave of terror groups


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  9. High Noon for Xi Jinping: The President Vs The Virus - The Little Red Podcast - Omny.fm

    The coronavirus that has infected 70,000 people is being compared to China’s Chernobyl in its political and economic fallout, but just how much of an inflection point will it be?  This crisis is threatening the previously unchallenged authority of President Xi Jinping. It could reshape domestic policy imperatives and embed techno-authoritarian tendencies at local levels.  It also has ramifications far beyond China’s borders, potentially accelerating Beijing’s economic decoupling with the outside world.  To discuss what happens when a leader obsessed with control faces an uncontrollable foe, Louisa and Graeme are joined by Orville Schell, the Arthur Ross Director of the Centre for US China Relations at the Asia Society, Shaun Roache the chief Asia-Pacific economist at Standard & Poors, and from Wuhan by the New York Times’ Chris Buckley.


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  10. Glenn Davies - The Biblical Antidote to Burnout

    It is apparent in Scripture that all humanity is created to work. In this session, Bishop Glenn Davies shares that work is part of God’s design for our lives, but so is rest. If we are to work for the glory of God, then we must also rest for his glory as well.

    Glenn Davies, Archbishop of Sydney, Australia

    From the Lausanne Global Workplace Forum held in Manila, Philippines, 25-29 June 2019.

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8TugxhJh6A&list=PLYGxDL2dvuo4a7u-W-jvEC52iIxrIzxyD&index=15&t=0s
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