“Pod Save America” cohost Tommy Vietor thought foreign policy was boring and complicated until he got the education of a lifetime working for President Obama’s National Security Council. On “Pod Save the World,” he and former deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes break down the latest developments and bring you behind the scenes with the people who were there. New episodes every Wednesday.
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Tommy and Ben talk about abortion rights globally, President Biden’s trip to Europe for G7 and NATO meetings about Ukraine, WNBA star Brittney Griner’s detention in Russia, Afghanistan, free speech in India and the national security implications of T... more
Ben lays out the significance of the elections and governmental shakeups in Israel, Colombia, and France and talks through the latest on the war in Ukraine. Then Ben talks with Alexei Navalny’s chief of staff Leonid Volkov in Copenhagen about Navalny... more
In this special mailbag episode, Tommy and Ben answer listener questions on topics including framing climate change as a national security interest, how both artificial intelligence and migration are going to become headline issues in the years to co... more
What a horrible interview, what a horrible show, why did you give airtime to a rapist, racist dictator? I have never had such a visceral response of disgust. How does it feel to sit beside the man who, all by himself, declared an emergency, then trampled old native women with horses? Then lied about himself calling the “Emergency”. Was he in blackface this time? It’s an audio medium so I can’t tell. You people are a disgusting disgrace, in Canada they have the right to defend themselves with the... more
The best pod save the world ep. Loved hearing from Trudeau. Great get, guys!!
Ben Rhodes is a standout great, insightful host. Tommy is a little too juvenile in his commentary. Also, as a Salvadoran-American who has been personally impacted by decades of violence in my home country, their take on the president of El Salvador is very one-dimensional and quite frankly, removed from the opinions of actual Salvadorans on the ground. I would urge them to seek an opposing viewpoint to bring on as an expert to provide some context for their listeners.
Listening to these gentleman makes me feel like I’m back in grad school listening to a favorite professor leading a class discussion on international affairs. They truly know the material, augmented by their real world experiences working in the Obama White House, and openly display their compassion and desire to make our world a better place through sharing their knowledge. Their motives are pure which seems to be a rarity these days, their guests are fascinating, and the discussions are wonder... more
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