Author: George Templeton

Foreign Matters 3-19-18: Turnover in Trump’s Team

Tonight there is major turnover in Donald Trump’s foreign policy team and we will break it down it all down. Who is going where and how that might change America’s approach to foreign policy. Plus discussion on the big charm offensive from Prince Salman of Saudi Arabia and much more. Join us at https://thebinge.net/chat/ in 4...

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Foreign Matters 3-12-18: Trump-Kim summit?

American President Donald Trump and North Korean Kim Jong Un are set for a summit meeting in the next few months. We will examine what led to this breakthrough, what the talks might look like and what sort of a deal could work in the region. Plus a bevy of other news stories including news from China and a surprising admission from the former chair of the Nobel Prize Committee. Join us at 10 p.m. at...

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Foreign Matters 3-5-18: What’s Italy without chaos

Italy went to the polls Sunday night to choose their next prime minister and is often typical of Italian politics things didn’t turn out the way most expected. So how did Silvo Berlusconi do in his comeback and who might be the next prime minister? Find out at 10 p.m. at https://thebinge.net/chat/ plus news about Boko Haram, Benjamin Netanyahu and much...

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Foreign Matters 2-26-18: Closing ceremonies and other circuses

Tonight the Winter Olympics are closed and you will get the final medal counts and a look at some of the biggest stars of the two weeks in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Before that there will be talk about the memo from the Democratic minority on the House Intelligence Committee. Also a look at Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s trip to India.  Plus other news and an off-topic rant at the end of the show. Join me at https://thebinge.net/chat/ at 10 p.m. It’s going to be a...

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Foreign Matters 2-12-18: Memo rants, Olympic rants

Tonight the host of the show is going to get some things off his chest. The latest revelations in the Russia investigation/scandal. Then the Winter Olympics is off and running and after providing updates and a few highlights from the first several days there will be rants about that too. Figure skating judging and the abysmal reaction of the political media to the Opening Ceremony will feature prominently. In and around all that a lot of other foreign news. Fasten your seat belts at 10 p.m. on...

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