Hegemon no more (E1361)
Keiser ReportHegemon no more (E1361)

Max and Stacy discuss that, for the first time in modern aviation history, the US was forced to follow where other nations led in grounding Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. Is this a sign that nations are losing faith in the hegemonic power of America to...

Peaceful bombing? Slobodan Samardzic, professor of political sciences at University of Belgrade
Worlds ApartPeaceful bombing? Slobodan Samardzic, professor of political sciences at University of Belgrade

Twenty years ago, NATO launched its first military operation without the approval of the UN Security Council. The 10-week bombing of Yugoslavia was celebrated as a turning point in the history of warfare, proving that a conflict can be won by air...

US’ detention site – Gitmo
On contactUS’ detention site – Gitmo

The most notorious US detention site in the world, Guantanamo Bay, still holds 40 prisoners. Most of the 800 men shipped to Guantanamo Bay since it was opened under George W. Bush in 2002 were sold to US forces for bounty by Pakistani and Afghan...

CrossTalk on Democrats: Rigging the system
CrossTalkCrossTalk on Democrats: Rigging the system

There are calls to end the Electoral College system, lower the voting age to 16, allow non-citizens to vote, and to pack the Supreme Court with more and partisan judges. What is happening here? Well, it would seem that, if you can’t win on the...

Republic of Srpska
DocumentaryRepublic of Srpska

RTD visits Republika Srpska, Bosnia’s Serb “entity” and hears the Bosnian Serb side of the story about the War and its aftermath. RTD meets recent President Milorad Dodic and butcher-or-hero, General Ratko Mladic’s son,...