Greg Poling, Elina Noor, and Karen Lee highlight the most important news from Southeast Asia and dive into candid conversations with leading voices on the region and U.S. foreign policy. We’ll cover everything you want to know about Southeast Asia. Geopolitics in the region? Recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic? Democracy and human rights? Nothing is off limits! So join us for “Southeast Asia Radio” every other Thursday, wherever you get your podcasts.
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It’s good but the first segment with news from the region is a kinda silly rehearsed headlines conversation that feels a bit juvenile so I just skip that…
Listened to my first episode today and didn’t unfollow only as phone was in the shed while working outside. Luckily I got through the first flippant 10 min, because the remainder was quite useful.
I love everything about this show! Genius from start to finish, consistently. The talent, the analysis, the extremely important subject space that it fills, but not least of all, I love the format. More CSIS shows could benefit from this show’s excellent example. ——— “Pacific Airwaves” also gets 5 stars! Ms. Lee is clearly very talented, and this is highly needed content that should be permanent, not ephemeral.
“Pacific Waves” also gets 5 stars! Ms. Lee is clearly very talented, and this is highly needed content that should be permanent, not ephemeral. ——— more
Sound is poor. Can’t tell what is being said. Are you recording over phones? Disappointing.
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Southeast Asia Radio launched a year ago and published 45 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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