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ChinaTalk: Japan's China Challeng‪e‬

To discuss, ChinaTalk assembled two of my favorite Japanese think-tankers, Yuka Koshino, a research fellow at the UK think tank International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), and Akira Igata, the executive director at the Tama University-affiliated Center for Rule-making Strategy (CRS). Joshua Fitt of The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) cohosts.

Thanks to CNAS for making this show possible.

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The Lawfare Podcast: Natan Sachs on the Israeli Governance Crisis

Natan Sachs is a Brookings senior fellow and the head of the Brookings Center for Middle East Policy, part of the Brookings Foreign Policy program. Benjamin Wittes sat down with Natan to talk about the results of the Israeli election, which are still unclear amid a haze over the entire political system. They talked about what the dispute between the camps is about, the many different factions and what they want, and why they can't sit together easily in a government.

Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB)

PCLOB Releases Public Report on Executive Order 12333

The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB) released a public report about Executive Order 12333, an executive order that establishes the general framework for intelligence activities and for the organization of the various components that constitute the U.S. Intelligence Community. The 26-page report marks the culmination of six years of PCLOB research about how the government has made use of Executive Order 12333. The report can be found here or below.

TechTank

TechTank: What We Can Learn About Mars From the Perseverance Exploration?

In February, the latest U.S. rover named Perseverance landed on Mars and began what is expected to be a historic exploration of the Red Planet. Equipped with high-resolution cameras, microphones, drills, scoopers and a helicopter, the mission aims to find evidence of microbial life from 3.5 billion years and decipher what happened to that planet. Already, Perseverance is navigating its landing spot in Jezero Crater, finding rocks that appear to have been molded by water and wind, taking pictures of volcanic rocks, and starting to move around the crater.

ChinaTalk

ChinaTalk: Baijiu‪!‬

Derek Sandhaus is the author of "Drunk in China: Baijiu and the World's Oldest Drinking Culture" and part of the team behind Ming River Baijiu, the first (good) Baijiu created especially for the international market. We discuss AA in china, Baijiu's origins, different varieties of Baijiu, the drink's evolving role in modern China as well as the challenge of bringing such a polarizing drink to Europe and the US.

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The Lawfare Podcast: Jacob Schulz and Justin Sherman on the New Zealand Report

Two years ago, a gunman opened fire at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, killing dozens of innocent people. Last December, the government of New Zealand issued a lengthy report on the subject, which Lawfare deputy managing editor Jacob Schulz and Justin Sherman of the Atlantic Council analyzed in a piece on Lawfare.

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