Adam and Quincy discuss the strange case of the Ukrainian journalist who was reported to be murdered, only to reappear at a press conference a few days later, and the myriad reasons why he might have wanted to pull a stunt like that.
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The smoothest sounding uprising in the game is the subject of this week's episode. Specifically, Adam and Quincy are discussing Armenia's Velvet Revolution.
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Adam and Quincy discuss the recent chemical attack in Syria, the US response, and what it all might mean for US-Russia relations in the future.
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Our deep dive into this year's Eurovision Song Contest entries continues! This week we talk about some of the entries from the second semifinal round. To check out the videos we talk about on this episode, click here: https://unpops.com/eurovision-semifinals-part-two
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On this episode Adam and Quincy check back in with Rodrigo Duterte, current president of the Philippines. Turns out, he's had quite an interesting month. Listen now!
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You've probably heard of The International Criminal Court, but do you know what its role is in the world or why it was founded? Curious what continent so far has provided 100 percent of the people imprisoned by the ICC? We talk about all that and more on this week's episode!
Adam and Quincy revisit the ever-worsening disaster happening in Venezuela right now and talk about the huge gamble disgraced president Nicolas Maduro is taking to fix it. Listen now on What In The World, now accepting Petros at all locations!
In 1974, a perfectly innocent Irish showband was stopped at what appeared to be a routine checkpoint by men wearing British army uniforms. What happened next is every bit as insane as this clickbait cliffhanger ending to the description implies. Listen now!
They're one of our biggest allies in the war on terror, except for all those times when they're being the exact opposite. On this episode, Adam and Quincy discuss the tense state of US-Pakistan relations.
If any country would know better than to start embracing right wing extremism again, you'd think it would be Austria. You would be wrong. On this episode, Adam and Quincy discuss Austria's slow creep to the extreme right.
The European Union...it's like the America of Europe! But does the world need it anymore? Britain certainly doesn't think so, and Russia hopes a lot more countries agree with them in the near future. But are they right? Adam and Quincy talk about exactly that on this episode!
You've probably heard the name "Catalonia" tossed around some in the news lately, but do you know what's actually happening there right now? On this episode, Adam and Quincy talk about the Catalan independence movement and how it started. Listen now! Learn some stuff!
Since 1994, one man has ruled over the small country of Belarus. His name is Alexander Lukashenko, and for all intents and purposes, he's Europe's only dictator. He's also the subject of this episode. But you probably already figured that out.
You've heard about the landmark nuclear deal the world signed with Iran, but do you know how it works? Or, even worse, how it could march us to war soon? Adam and Quincy talk about it all on this week's episode.
Are you an unemployed pilot looking for a job? Move to China! They need pilots the way Dubai needs sand, and no part of this sentence is a joke! On this episode, Adam and Quincy discuss a few noteworthy things that countries around the world are running out of.