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Power Problems

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Power Problems is a bi-weekly podcast from the Cato Institute. Host John Glaser offers a skeptical take on U.S. foreign policy, and discusses today’s big questions in international security with distinguished guests from across the political spectrum. Podcast Hashtag: #FPPowerProblems. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Latest Episodes

Author Robert Wright discusses the post-Cold War history of US policies, particularly in Europe, that increased the likelihood of today's ongoing war in Ukraine and the psychological factors influencing the climate of discourse in a time of war.  more

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Despite campaign promises to re-enter the 2015 Iran Nuclear Deal, also known as the JCPOA, President Joe Biden has yet to show the political will required to make progress. Quincy Institute co-founder and executive vice president Trita Parsi discusse... more

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Jeremy Shapiro, research director at the European Council on Foreign Relations, discusses the current state of transatlantic relations, how they shifted during the Trump administration, the need for European defense autonomy, the ongoing Russian war ... more

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Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars from 86 ratings
  • June 28th Atlantic Divide Episode

    As a member of the US general public following geopolitics every day, great to hear the personal views of Jeremy Shapiro. As you know, the nature of Twitter forces think-tank experts to communicate more abrasively that they might like. The podcast allows for a throughput discussion, and more general audience people will listen to than a YouTube panel.

    Apple Podcasts
    4
    enelsonpa
    United Statesa month ago
  • 3-May-2022 | Paul Pillar Drivel

    The TDS is strong in this one!

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    PNHLimey
    United States3 months ago
  • Wonderful show

    The guests are always compelling and clearly know what they’re talking about. John Glaser is a fantastic host

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    jeallen92
    United States9 months ago
  • Great podcast

    This is one of the best IR/foreign policy podcasts out there. I look forward to every episode.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    BurCap
    United Statesa year ago
  • This dude from Swarthmore is an idiot.

    I can’t believe he’s a professor. He doesn’t know the first thing about Vietnam, Iran, Iraq or Afghanistan.

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    Otis Junior Nixon Jr.
    United Statesa year ago

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