This Week in History - January 22-28Listen now (5 min) | Another edition of your favorite producer sharing historical highlights, brought to you by Foreign Exchanges. Get your AP paid…
E81 - State of the Sahel w/ Lamin Keita and Alex ThurstonListen now (58 min) | Danny and Derek welcome Lamin Keita, PhD candidate in political science at Northwestern University, and Alex Thurston, assistant…
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Special - The Peru Crisis 2 w/ Javier PuenteListen now (25 min) | Danny and Derek welcome back Javier Puente, associate professor of Latin American and Latino/a Studies and chair of Latin American…
Explores the geopolitical situation in the early days of Islam. Features Hamza Zafer, associate professor in the department of Middle Eastern Languages…
Discusses the end of the Cold War and the rise of neoliberalism. Features Fritz Bartel, assistant professor at the Bush School of Government & Public…
Discusses the formation and proliferation of the military-industrial complex in the Cold War. Features Michael Brenes, associate director of the…
Bonus - Queer Germany, Ep. 6 w/ Samuel HunekeListen now (42 min) | Danny and Derek welcome back Samuel Huneke, assistant professor of history at George Mason University, to discuss queer life in…
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News Roundup - January 20, 2023Listen now (26 min) | Derek plugged into the mainframe, Danny mined the data…It’s the weekly News Roundup. This week: the Israeli Supreme Court orders…
This series features Daniel Finn, features editor at Jacobin and author of One Man's Terrorist: A Political History of the IRA. Episode 1 Focuses on the…
This Week in History - January 15-21Listen now (4 min) | Producer Jake relays the Good News…of history, brought to you by Foreign Exchanges. Get your AP paid subscribers’ discount for an…
E80 - The F-35: A Biography w/ Michael BrenesListen now (50 min) | Danny and Derek welcome back Michael Brenes, associate director of the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy and lecturer in…
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The Currency of Politics, Ep. 4 w/ Stefan EichListen now (44 min) | Danny and Derek welcome back Stefan Eich, assistant professor of government at Georgetown University, to continue their…