A weekly analysis of the complex policy issues driving the news.
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CSIS’s Jon Alterman joins the podcast to discuss the deal the U.S. made to retrieve 5 American prisoners from Iran, plus approaches the U.S. may take to deal with Tehran going forward.
CSIS’s Seth Jones joins the podcast to discuss his recent visit to Taiwan, meetings with President Tsai Ing-wen and senior officials of the Taiwan government and discussions surrounding Taiwan’s security.
Jonathan has a great podcast going here! I was first introduced to “The Truth of the Matter Is…” while preparing to interview him on my podcast. His background has prepared him for the topics he shares from the Bible - but he has a unique way of drawing the listener into the story. During our interviewed, I know I mentioned it two or three times how “blown away” I was by his podcast! And the “name” says it all… “The Truth of the Matter Is…” I highly recommend this show!
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this man lives in some kind of fantasy world concerning the actions of Israeli Jewish actions toward the Palestinians.. Palestinian leaders are not the only ones who need to take a pragmatic and realistic view of the situation before a peaceful solution can finally b discovered..
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The Truth of the Matter launched 17 years ago and published 231 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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