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22 minutes | Dec 1, 2022
Ep. 361 | A warning from Estonia's Ambassador to the U.S. about Ukraine
Kristjian Prik says, "This is War in Ukraine will define the future as we know it."
17 minutes | Nov 24, 2022
Ep. 360 | France's Operation Barkhane Ends. Terrorism Concerns Begin -Again
France, after a decade, has ended its military counterterrorism operation in the Sahel. Hans-Jakob Schindler, Sr. Director at the Counter Extremism Project says it could lead to problems.
35 minutes | Nov 17, 2022
Ep. 359 | World War 3 almost started in Poland this week
Linas Linkevicious, Ambassador-at-Large from Lithuania suggests it was a matter of time before a stray missile in Russia war in Ukraine landed in another country. He indicates as well, it's also a matter of time before it happens again, with global implications.
34 minutes | Nov 10, 2022
Ep. 358 | The Russian military pull out from Kherson "looks like a trap".
Yevheniia Kravchuk, a Member of Ukraine's Parliament says "that's why we listen to our Minister of Defense and not Russia's". And Tuuli Duneton, Undersecretary of Defense Policy at Estonia's Ministry of Defense explains what Russian President Vladimir Putin's long-term goal is.
23 minutes | Nov 3, 2022
Ep. 357 | How long will the war in Ukraine last? And, What's Vladimir Putin's ultimate objective?
Dr. Nick Redman, Director of Analysis and Editor in Chief at Oxford Analytica talks about the trajectory of the war. Bill Browder, CEO of Hermitage Capital and Head of the Global Magnitsky Justice Campaign discusses Putin quest to capture him and Russia's performance in the war.
35 minutes | Oct 27, 2022
Ep. 356 | The War in Ukraine: Canada, Estonia and Latvia speak out
Tuuli Duneton, Undersecretary for Defence Policy at the Estonian Ministry of Defence, Einars Semanis, Latvia's Ambassador to Belarus, and Col. Vince Kirstein, commander of Canada's Task Force Latvia share unique, but unified perspectives about Russia's war against Ukraine.
32 minutes | Oct 20, 2022
Ep. 355 | Iran Unrest: Uprising evolving into "revolution"
"This is no longer an uprising. It's a revolution", says Alireza Jafarzadeh, the Deputy Director of the Washington office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran.
32 minutes | Oct 13, 2022
Ep. 354 | Ukraine's "wake up call", and a Daria Dugina assassination update
Yuriy Sak, an advisor to Ukraine's Minister of Defense, says he was awakened by a missile that flew over his apartment during Monday's massive missile barrage unleashed by Russia. And Robert Baer, says new revelations about the assassination of a prominent Russian woman have "terrified" Vladimir Putin.
26 minutes | Oct 6, 2022
Ep. 353 | Russia's Mobilization and Nuclear Threats
Yuriy Sak, Advisor to Ukraine's Minister of Defense, says Ukraine is not fazed at all by Russia's moves and suggests Russia needs to beware.
21 minutes | Oct 3, 2022
Ep. 352 | SPECIAL EPISODE: The Colin Powell Leadership Program
Ambassador Marcia Bernicat, the Director General of the Foreign Service and Director of Global Talent explains how the program works.
19 minutes | Sep 29, 2022
Ep. 351 | Atrocities in Izyum
Arman Soldin, Video Coordinator for Agence France-Presse went to Izyim, Ukraine; saw the mass graves and spoke with survivors of torture. And for Soldin, who was born in Sarajevo, what he saw was a shock, even for him.
27 minutes | Sep 22, 2022
Ep. 350 | The 75th Anniversary of the Air Force and the road ahead
General C.Q. Brown Jr., Air Force Chief of Staff, talks about the USAF's critical future, diversity, the importance of allies, and more.
28 minutes | Sep 15, 2022
Ep. 349 | Ukraine: Big developments. Good news and bad.
Yevheniia Kravchuk, Ukrainian MP, talks about the danger at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant; and Yuriy Sak, Advisor to Ukraine's Minister of Defense, discusses the lightning-fast counter offensive that has Russian troops running for cover.
22 minutes | Sep 8, 2022
Ep. 348 |Another Putin critic dies. This time in Washington, D.C.
Bill Browder, head of the Global Magnitsky Justice Campaign, says it looks "like a suspected murder".
30 minutes | Sep 1, 2022
Ep. 347 | Zaphorizhzhia, "hanging by a thread" - Dugina Murder, "inside Job"
Noted Nuclear non-proliferation expert Joe Cirincione says the biggest nuclear power plant in Europe is in danger of a possible meltdown. Also in this episode, former CIA covert operative, Robert Baer says Daria Dugina's killing may have been committed by the FSB.
29 minutes | Aug 25, 2022
Ep. 346 | Who killed Daria Dugina, daughter of Valdimir Putin's "brain"?
Former Estonian Diplomat Kalev Stoicescu says the FSB (Russian Intelligence) story doesn't add up.
33 minutes | Aug 18, 2022
Ep. 345 | Va. Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger
The former CIA operative, now a member of Congress, joins us to discuss migration, Al-Qaida, Ukraine, and much more.
30 minutes | Aug 11, 2022
Ep. 344 | Retired CIA Operative says the war in Ukraine is "our war"
Douglas London, former Senior Operations Officer says, "Putin is not going to stop" with Ukraine.
29 minutes | Aug 4, 2022
Ep. 343 | Ayman Al Zawahiri killed in a US drone strike
John Kirby, National Security Council Spokesman, Dr. Hans-Jakob Schindler, Sr. Director of the Counter Extremism Project and Shawn Turner, former Communications Director for the Director of National Intelligence, discuss what happened, how it happened and what it means.
20 minutes | Jul 28, 2022
Ep. 342 | Russia having troubling finding people to fight in Ukraine
Yuriy Sak, Advisor to Ukraine's Minister of Defense, details some of the unusual steps the Russian military is taking to find fighters.
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