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Despite protests and promises of change, violent acts from police officers and scandals in law enforcement agencies seem to continuously dot the headlines. That’s according to Christy E. Lopez, columnist at the Washington Post, in her recent LA Times column, “A dismissal at Customs and Border Protection shows how hard law enforcement reform can be.…
 
Dr. Josh Jodoin is a lecturer, researcher, and author. He is passionate about sustainable development and is currently writing a book on a new area of study called Language Education for Sustainable Development (LESD). In this episode we talk to Josh about his research, his experience teaching in Europe and Asia, his experience with indigenous peop…
 
It’s been nine months since Russia invaded Ukraine, starting a war that has killed at least 200,000 military personnel and approximately 40,000 civilians, according to U.S. officials. Winter is fast approaching, and it seems like both sides might be gearing up to fight well into next year. At the Group of Twenty (G20) Summit, world leaders issued a…
 
Vincent is doing research for a Master’s Degree at Kobe University and is focused on Japanese literature and history. In this episode, he shares his experiences of living in different parts of his home country, Germany, his experiences studying in Japan, and his current research interests. He also gives us his views on the differences between Germa…
 
The balance of power in the nation’s capital has finally been decided — Democrats will keep control of the Senate and Republicans grabbed the majority in the House, though by slim margins. And as both sides decide their party’s leaders, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced she would not seek reelection for Democratic leadership. But before a…
 
Millions of people cast their ballots in the 2022 midterm elections this week — though votes are still being counted — and neither Democrats nor Republicans saw the results they expected. A sitting president’s party often takes a beating in a midterm election, so Democrats were preparing to lose their majorities in the House and Senate. Despite sky…
 
Atsushi is a unique and adventurous Japanese university student, and has traveled to 37 countries, hitchhiked across Japan and America, and is planning a trip to Africa. In this episode he tells us about his background and some of his travel stories.
 
With only a few days before midterm elections, a number of key races across the country are heating up, putting the capital’s balance of power on the ballot. A recent NPR/PBS Newshour/Marist national poll shows the country has swung by six points in favor of Republican candidates, who are now more confident they can take control of the House. For D…
 
In this episode, we talk with Neil McCutcheon. Neil is an author, teacher trainer, and ELT consultant with more than 30 years of experience. He has worked on teacher training courses around the world, including in Ghana, Hungary, France, and the UK. He co-wrote Activities For Task-Based Learning in 2019 and has an excellent blog for teachers at htt…
 
Midterm elections are a week and a half away, which could alter the balance of power in the nation’s capital. Millions of people have already cast their ballots, and overall voter turnout is projected to be one of the highest ever for a midterm. The Senate race in Pennsylvania could be crucial for Democrats to pick up and hang onto control. The fig…
 
In this episode, we talk to Cory Mckenzie of Hamstead, New Hampshire in the US. Cory is a Research Fellow at Kobe Universtiy studying medieval Japanese literature, with a particular interest in a little-known legend called Yuriwaka. Interestingly, he reads classical Japanese texts in Kobun ( classical Japanese), and is also writing his thesis in Ja…
 
With nearly three weeks until the midterm elections in November, Republicans may have a good shot at gaining the majority in both the House and Senate. Democrats saw boosted support over the summer after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, but that enthusiasm may be waning. The tide may be turning for Republicans, despite trailing Democrats j…
 
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