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The Brookings Cafeteria

By The Brookings Institution, hosted by Fred Dews

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Where Brookings experts discuss ideas about and solutions for the most pressing public policy challenges, both domestic and global.

Customer Reviews

Great conversations.

NPR listeners would enjoy this. Saw this podcast listed on the Brookings website and gave it a try. These are great conversations that humanize some fairly wonky topics. They're about 30 minutes so you get insights and details that go deeper than most news coverage.

Fascinating topics

This is the type of podcast you put on while sitting in front of a fire, pouring yourself a glass of wine, and thinking deeply about the world's problems. It's interesting and calming at the same time, like you've joined a group of really intelligent friends for a 30-minute chat.

Excellent interviews

As a previous reviewer said, this podcast humanizes some pretty wonky subjects. The interviewer deserves a lot of credit for that, but the experts being interviewed also show an ability to break down difficult topics. All the podcasts are 30 minutes and are published once a week so its a great regular program for your queue.

The Brookings Cafeteria
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  • Free
  • Category: Non-Profit
  • Language: English

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