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DiDi and Ali Baba, is Strategic Shaming Strategic?
September 19, 2021

China must consider how to square its economic and financial expansionism with its tendency for regulatory policy. Hear from Kaiyue, Luke and Haiyue as they explore China's past and contemporary regulatory behaviour.

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What caused the 2020 Beirut explosion? Analysing a broken system
September 14, 2021

How did the Beirut Port explosion and subsequent financial crisis happen? Join Chamindu, Jade, Morgan, and Stephen as they analyse these dual crises through financial, economic, historical, and international lenses.

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Misinformation During A Global Pandemic.
September 13, 2021

Join Phil, Laurel and Amy as they discuss the phenomenon of ‘fake news’ and the impact of various forms of misinformation on the recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.

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What happens now? Responses to the devastation in Haiti
September 3, 2021

What can we learn from the recent earthquake in Haiti? Join Chamindu, Jade, Morgan, and Stephen as they outline responses to this crisis and how to prepare for future natural disasters.

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The Afghanistan Crisis Part 3: Social Ramifications
September 2, 2021

In Part 3 of Cainz coverage of Afghanistan, join Philip, Laurel and Amy as they discuss what the US withdrawal means for women's rights and the Taliban's history in dealing with the rights of a woman.

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The Afghanistan Crisis Part 2: Political Ramifications
August 29, 2021

The US military is leaving Afghanistan after almost 20 years of war. Join Yas, Julia and Vickram in Part 2 as they discuss how we ended up here, and what is next for Afghanistan.

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The Afghanistan Crisis Part 1: Economic Ramifications
August 29, 2021

Following the swift departure of US and NATO aligned forces, Afghanistan represents a vast vacuum of potential. Hear from Haiyue, Luke and Kaiyue as they explore the economic and supply chain implications of this tumult.

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Micro-trends and Overconsumption: Fashion Consumerism in the 21st Century.
August 24, 2021

As pressure mounts on governments and large corporations to take climate action, one industry is seemingly left behind. Join Melanie as she explores overconsumption within the fashion industry.

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Is subscription gaming the future of Netflix?
August 8, 2021

Recently, Netflix made a move into the mobile gaming industry. Join Calvin for a deep dive into Netflix’s plans for mobile gaming, their potential competitors in this industry and investors' responses to the announcement.

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The Olympic-Sized Burden
August 6, 2021

The costs of hosting the Olympics are rising to record levels. What are driving these costs up and what might a more sustainable Olympic Games look like?

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An alternative approach to Australian climate policy
August 5, 2021

How can Australia become a global policy leader in addressing climate change? Join Ben as he examines the failures of current and previous climate policy in order to suggest an investment and international engagement-based approach for the future.

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2021: An emergent year for M&A
August 1, 2021

An overview of M&A activity in the first half of 2021 by Ryan Dieu and Julie Lan

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