Our final topic, picked by you, dear listeners, earlier in a poll on our Facebook page, is “Eritrea & Ethiopia: Hope For The Horn Of Africa”, focusing on the surprising rapprochement between these two previously tense but brotherly nations.
Next Monday's first-ever formal summit between Presidents Putin and Trump will be aimed at stabilizing the world order as it undergoes an unprecedented and somewhat bumpy transition from unipolarity to multipolarity.
The sudden resignations of the Brexit and Foreign Secretaries from Theresa May's Cabinet in protest of last week's deal with the EU threaten to lead to the breakdown of the entire withdrawal process.
It's Friday! Time for a look at this weeks top stories. Will Brett Kavanaugh be a game changer on the Supreme Court? The Emmett Till Case Reopens, but is it suspect? Trump adds to his list of things that make you go...WOW, REALLY!
Trump receives an unfriendly welcome to the UK; Youth to lead environmental justice march in DC; new indictment in Mueller investigation
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Walter Smolarek and Nicole Roussell (sitting in for Brian Becker) and John Kiriakou are joined by Jacqueline Luqman, the co-editor-in-chief of LuqmanNation, which livestreams every Thursday night at 9:00 p.m. on Facebook.
In what has been a tumultuous week in British politics, Jon Gaunt talks to MEP Steven Woolfe on the 'Brexit betrayal', the future of UKIP, and the possible return of Nigel Farage...
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discuss yesterday's explosive Congressional hearing with FBI Agent Peter Strzok. Things went off the rails as Strzok attempted to justify his actions during the shocking spectacle, and the hosts will respond to several audio clips from the hearing on today's show.
This second program on going cashless concentrates on potential systemic problems of living in societies without coins and banknotes. We concentrate on the affects of the digitization of cash on banks, governments, security and consumers’ privacy.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Leo Cuello, an attorney and the director of health policy for the National Health Law Program.
The National Football League Players Association filed a grievance challenging the NFL’s newly imposed national anthem policy. Also, it's been 63 years and the federal government has quietly revived its investigation into the murder of Emmett Till, the 14-year-old African-American boy.
Trump's European trip continues; "We Built the Wall" Author talks US Asylum; Papa John founder resigns; Stormy Daniels arrested.
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discuss how President Trump is shaking things up at the current NATO summit in Europe. Critiques of the alliance and calls for increased spending have made headlines as the media attempts to keep up with their frenzied coverage.
A leaked Chinese military document purports that the People’s Liberation Army is planning to expand its presence worldwide in order to protect its Silk Road interests.
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discuss President Trumps' criticisms of some NATO countries at a summit in Brussels earlier today. Trump took specific aim at Germany over their relationship with Russia and the Nordstream 2 pipeline which will be analyzed on today's show.
The list of cons over pros is mounting for President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh. What are they and what does this mean for the country moving forward? And is President Trump is trying to undermine NATO. If yes, why?
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by international affairs and security analyst Mark Sleboda.
Pfizer stops drug price increases; Will Brazil's Lula be released from prison?; Trump demands increased NATO member spending.
This week former UK Ambassador to Syria, Peter Ford, joins us to discuss Imperialism in our time, just as the Imperialism on Trial tour kicks off in the UK.
Trump nominates former Bush official Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court, Noise at the center for D.C. Gentrification, the Future of Namibia.
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