Top Carnegie Council Podcast and Web Resources, 2017

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Carnegie Council's most popular podcasts and web resources this year focused on shifts in the established geopolitical order; migrants and refugees; and the disruptions brought about by new technologies.

Top Carnegie Council Resources, 2017

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The most popular podcasts and web resources this year focused on shifts in the established geopolitical order; migrants and refugees; and the disruptions brought about by new technologies.

Carnegie Council's most popular podcasts and web resources this year mainly focused on upheavals: shifts in the established geopolitical order; migrants and refugees; and the disruptions brought about by new technologies. Although audio podcasts remain the Council’s most accessed resource, there was a big increase in video podcast views in 2017. In fact, the top resource for the year was James Traub's video highlights on migrants and refugees.

Access links to all these resources here: https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/news/announcements/2017-12-13-top-carnegie-council-resources-2017

What will be foremost in 2018? Stay tuned for more Carnegie Council audio, video, and text materials, making ethics matter in international affairs.
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TOP FIVE AUDIO PODCASTS

1) Thank You for Being Late: An Optimist's Guide to Thriving in the Age of Accelerations
Thomas L. Friedman, The New York Times
(January 2017, audio, video, transcript, and TV show)

2) Top Risks and Ethical Decisions 2017
Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group, Former Carnegie Council Trustee; Devin Stewart, Carnegie Council
(January 2017, audio, video, and transcript)

3) A World in Disarray: American Foreign Policy and the Crisis of the Old Order
Richard N. Haas, Council on Foreign Relations
(March 2017, audio, video, and transcript)

4) The Populist Explosion: How the Great Recession Transformed American and European Politics
John B. Judis, Author and Journalist; Joanne Myers, Carnegie Council
(February 2017, audio, video, transcript, and TV show)

5) Former U.S. Ambassador to Myanmar Reflects on the Democratic Transition
Derek Mitchell, Albright Stonebridge Group; United States Institute of Peace; Devin Stewart, Carnegie Council
(February 2017, audio and transcript)
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TOP FIVE VIDEO PODCASTS

1) James Traub on Immigrants and Refugees
James Traub, Author and Journalist; Stephanie Sy, Carnegie Council Host and Journalist
(July 2017, audio and transcript)

2) Clip of the Month: The Shift in Power to the East with Gideon Rachman
Gideon Rachman, Financial Times
(April 2017, audio, video, and transcript)

3) Clip of the Month: A Populist in the White House with John B. Judis
John B. Judis, Author and Journalist; Joanne Myers, Carnegie Council
(February 2017, audio, video, transcript, and TV show)

4) Scott D. Sagan on the Nuclear Necessity Principle
Scott D. Sagan, Stanford University; Randall Pinkston, Carnegie Council Host and Journalist
(August 2017, audio, video, transcript, and TV show)

5) Clip of the Month: Jobs, Education, and Assimilation in France with Gilles Kepel
Gilles Kepel, Sciences Po
(May 2017, audio, video, and transcript)
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TOP FIVE CARNEGIE COUNCIL WEBSITE RESOURCES

1) George Friedman: The End of the International Order and the Future of Asia
George Friedman, Geopolitical Futures; Founder of Stratfor; Devin Stewart, Carnegie Council
(July 2017, audio and transcript)

2) No Place for Eritreans
Abraham T. Zere, PEN Eritrea in Exile
(Article, March 2017)

3) Asylum in the United States for Unaccompanied Children
Margaret Kuehne Taylor, United States Department of Justice
(Article, February 2017)

4) The Risks and Rewards of Big Data, Algorithms, and Machine Learning, with danah boyd
danah boyd, Microsoft Research; Data & Society; Stephanie Sy, Carnegie Council Host and Journalist
(September 2017, audio, video, transcript, and TV show)

5) Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow
Yuval Noah Harari, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
( February 2017, audio, video, transcript, and TV show)

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