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This year marks twenty years since 9/11 and the start of the war in Afghanistan. A war which is now reaching a tragic and extraordinary finale. In this special episode, Thomas and Aimen are back for a deep dive into the ancient and modern history of Afghanistan, Aimen’s first hand experiences with the Taliban and an exploration of why the country has been in disarray for decades now.

And we can also confirm that we are coming back for Season 3!

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Released September 4, 2021

Alex Krainer discusses how Afghanistan signals the American Empire’s loss of hegemony over Mackinder’s “World Island” and everywhere else (e.g. Ukraine, Syria, Iraq), the game is up. He believes that Beijing had initially been propped up by Western elites, but given the recent turn against China by George Soros and Co., the CCP mislead and […]


Released July 14, 2021

At the height of the Cold War in 1978, Simon Mikhailovich’s family made a bold decision to leave the Soviet Union and start a new life in the United States….

…According to Mikhailovich, the signs of socialism are consistent every time this evil ideology begins to infiltrate society. And these signs are frighteningly similar to events taking place in present-day America.


Released 17 July, 2021

Tess Lawrie is an MD and PHD, external analyst for the World Health Organization, and an expert in analysis of medical evidence.


Released 13 July, 2021

Guest: Dr. Neda Bolourchi. We talk about the recent election in Iran: a deep dive about the background, the people involved, the consolidation of power and the outlook for the future. In a bonus segment we talk about the US shifting priorities toward great power competition and what this means for policy and strategy with respect to Iran.


Released July 15, 2021

Dr. Jagganath Panda discusses the key drivers of geopolitics and power politics between India, Pakistan, and China in the Indo-Pacific. He comments on PM Modi’s “India First” policies, Japan’s strategy, and the promises of the Quad or Quad Plus, which some have referred to as an Asian NATO. He covers Chinese ‘influence operations’, the threat […]


The statements, views and opinions expressed in any of the podcasts aggregated on this site are solely those of the author/creator and do not necessarily represent those of this site. This site does not give financial, investment or medical advice and does not advocate for any political movement or ideology of any kind.

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