What In the World?

What In The World? – Ep. 116 – “Venezuela Is Boring”

Adam discusses the latest updates from the ever evolving crisis in Venezuela and why a peaceful resolution might still be a possibility

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What In The World? – Ep. 115 – “The Joss Stone Story”

Adam goes it alone to tell the story of British soul singer Joss Stone and her campaign to perform a show in every country on the planet.

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What In The World? – Ep. 114 – “What Putin Said About Liberalism”

Adam and Quincy talk about Putin’s thoughts on liberalism, Duterte’s dare to his opponents, 5G wireless in the DMZ, and so much more!

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What In The World? – Ep. 113 – “The 2019 Eurovision Song Contest Finals Recap Pt. 2”

Adam and Quincy listen to the second batch of songs from this year’s Eurovision Song Contest Finals!

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What In The World? – “The 2019 Eurovision Song Contest Finals Recap”

Adam and Quincy listen to the songs from this year’s Eurovision Song Contest finals in Tel Aviv

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What in the World? The Attempted Coup in Venezuela

Looking for links to the articles we discussed on this week’s What In The World episode about the crisis in Venezuela? Of course you are, there’s absolutely no other reason for you to be on this page right now. Unless you were just searching around at random and landed on this page and now you’re…

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A Brief History of Russian Political Assassinations

    Our episode today focuses on Arkady Babchenko: Arkady Babchenko, a Russian reporter who had criticized Vladimir Putin’s annexation of Crimea and his support for the separatists of southeast Ukraine, was reported found dead on May 29. His death was reported as being related to a Facebook post he’d written in 2017 that caused enough…

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Rodrigo Duterte’s Crazy Month

  We decided to check back in with the dictator of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, and WOW has this guy had quite a month. Listen to the episode to hear Adam and Quincy discuss the madness!   February 12th – Rod Makes Lewd Threats To Female Rebels Literally, addressing a group of former communist rebels:…

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The International Criminal Court

Also by: George Summers     History of the Court The concept of an international court to judge war crimes was suggested during the Paris Peace Conference following World War I. The first model fell out of use with the isolationism and economic crash of the 1930s and war in the 1940s, and was dissolved…

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The Miami Showband Massacre

  The year was 1975. The Miami Showband–one of the most popular showbands in Ireland for the preceding decade and consisting of three Presbyterians, two Roman Catholics and one member of the Church of Ireland, thereby bridging an important cultural gap at the time–was heading home for a gig in Bainbridge, Northern Ireland (with the…

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