07:36 GMT21 October 2020
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    This week’s show starts off by talking about the importance behind the Russian National Security Council’s recommendation to liberalize gas exports.

    This week’s show starts off by talking about the importance behind the Russian National Security Council’s recommendation to liberalize gas exports. Then it moves along to explaining the reasons why Russia and China went along with the US-led UNSC sanctions against North Korea. After that, the program takes a look at Singapore’s paranoia in expelling a professor whom they accused of being a “foreign agent” for an unnamed country. Once that’s done, we discuss what’s behind the very powerful statements that the Turkish Foreign Minister made about his country’s strategic partnership with China. And finally, our top story of the week is President of the European Council Donald Tusk implying that Poland’s future in the EU is uncertain. 

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    Nuclear War, United Nations Security Council, Donald Tusk, Democratic Republic of North Korea (DPRK), China, Turkey, United States, Russia, South Korea
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