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The Munk Debates Podcast

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The Munk Debates podcast is an extension of the main stage events - in subject, speaker selection, tone and format. It will introduce the iconic brand - and its engaging debates about significant issues of our time. Audiences will hear strong and passionate arguments from both sides of an issue so they will have enough information to make up their own minds about where they stand.

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On June 17th four debaters will take to the stage at Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall for a sold out debate on Anti-Zionism. more

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About thirty years ago, the world seemed to be entering what President George H.W. Bush called “a new world order” – a world where capitalism was victorious, global trade would discourage countries from going to war, and authoritarianism would slowly... more

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The world “genocide” was first coined in the 1940s to describe the Nazi slaughter of millions of Jews. more

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Long-held notions of the role of government, trade and economic policy, foreign policy and immigration are being challenged by populist thinkers and movements. They argue that the government has been captured by an elite, college-educated class, and ... more

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4.6 out of 5 stars from 684 ratings
  • Disappointed in Rudyard

    Rudyard is always paying lip service to the idea of civil and substantive debate, but I just listened to him accuse Janice of being a card carrying liberal and then cut her off so he could have the last word. As a long time listener, I know that the public has accused Rudyard of cutting off Janice before and Janice defended him. I also know that debate can get heated. However, I was cringing at the way Rudyard treated Janice today. Janice on the other hand always has a strong position but is nev... more

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    Canadaa month ago
  • What a mess

    March 18, 2024 was a terrible podcast. Of all the amazing people you could presumably find, you have a boring and inept person describing why Trump voters support Trump. His opponent was a clear partisan, who had most of the airtime and shared her personal view at every turn. Whereas the person defending Trump as a candidate, could care less and communicated what he thought Trump voters would think, rather than what he himself believes. And it was obvious. And he got it all wrong. what a lousy e... more

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    United States3 months ago
  • Always highly intelligent debates and conversations

    This podcast helps you acquire a more rational and balanced perspective on all issues it covers

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    United States3 months ago
  • Anti-Palestinian Outlet Masquerading as Debate Platform

    The moderator essentially took the side of the opposition in the latest podcast about a Gaza ceasefire towards the end. The fact is that Israel has been found to target civilians by several reputable organizations like Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and the UN. Munk should apologize immediately. more

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    United States6 months ago
  • Where are the debates?

    This really saddens me as I was a big fan of the podcast. As other reviewers have said, unfortunately the progressive shift towards “dialogues” has completely undermined an otherwise interesting and unique format. more

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    Netherlands7 months ago

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