🎧 RDI Podcast Launch: Winter is Here ft. Garry Kasparov, Alex VindmanListen now (44 min) | Welcome to the Democracy Brief, the home of RDI's new podcast, political insights, and contributions from leading voices in the…
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🎧 Winter is Here Ep5: How do Sanctions Work, Exactly?Listen now (43 min) | Bill Browder joins Garry Kasparov and Uriel Epshtein for a conversation on how sanctions work, how they can be improved, and why…
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🎧 Winter is Here Ep. 2 Decision Making in WarListen now (54 min) | On this episode of Winter is Here, we welcome former poker world champion and decision scientist Annie Duke. Putin’s invasion of…
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Germany's Making a Deadly MistakeListen now (41 min) | UK Foreign Affairs Chairman discusses European security & German blunders
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🎧 Define the Past to Determine the FutureListen now (37 min) | A conversation with Yale Prof. Timothy Snyder about the history behind Russia's war
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🎧 Winter is Here Ep. 3 Tyranny vs. DemocracyListen now (49 min) | Journalist Jay Nordlinger and Uriel Epshtein discuss how we arrived in the battle between tyranny and democracy––and how we can…
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🎧 Winter is Here Ep. 4: Did the Cold War End?Listen now (42 min) | Uriel Epshtein discusses Soviet history, the rise of dictators, and winning the war in Ukraine with guests Olga Lautman and Edward…
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🎧 The French Trumpian moment averted?Listen now (50 min) | What does the French election tell us about France's role in the world going forward?
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🎧 What's Worth Going to Jail For?Listen now (51 min) | Leopoldo Lopez, Venezuelan Opposition Leader imprisoned by Maduro for 5 years, joins Uriel Epshtein
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🎧Is NATO Obsolete? Listen now (79 min) | General Jim Mattis and French Admiral Edouard Guillaud join Uriel to discuss the future of NATO and Ukraine
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🎧 Why Tyrants Should be HumiliatedListen now (51 min) | A discussion about how to protect democracy from without & within with historian Ruth Ben-Ghiat
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🎧What brings the Far Left and the Far Right together?Listen now (43 min) | CNN’s John Avlon joins Uriel to highlight that political extremes have more in common with one another than they do with the rest…
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