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Feb 12, 2017

Kim Jong Un has launched a another missile, but was he testing the missile or President Trump? This is Trump's first real international head-to-head with the kid dictator. Was it a coincidence the missile was fired while Trump was meeting with the Japanese prime minister? We'll go into the Korean DMZ to speak with our voice on the ground about what Trump's response should be.

Then we're headed to Turkey where we speak to Oguz about a possible Spring referendum to expand Erdogan's ability to deal with Trump. What would these expanded powers mean for the future of Turkey and the Middle East?

And finally, we'll discuss Bashir al-Assad's interview on Yahoo News last week. The Syrian president made the assertion that some immigrants are "definitely" terrorists. Does his assertion hold any weight in the ongoing immigration debacle in Washington?

Feb 5, 2017

n the last week, the Trump travel ban has been more on-and-off than Kanye's career. So what will the final results of Trump's most controversial executive order (to date) be? We'll speak to voices in the UK and find out what the world believes the ultimate outcome will be.

Then, what happened in Yemen this week? All we know for sure is one helicopter went down and we lost a Navy Seal. We'll speak to our voice there and find out what he knows about the US Military operation.

Finally, at Voice to America, we enjoy watching the global media disintegrate before our eyes. It's actually more entertaining than Super Bowl Sunday. We'll have plenty of clips from around the world showcasing the dinosaur media and their attempts to stay relevant with hip new stars like Oprah!

Jan 29, 2017

President Trump hit the ground running this week signing an executive order restricting travelers from several countries in the Middle East and Africa. We speak to voices in Iraq and Iran to discover what folks in the affected countries think about the ban. Is this a Muslim ban in disguise? Our Iranian voice says, "If it walks like a duck, barks like a duck and smells like a duck, it's probably a duck." We'll ask both guests if that's true.

Then we'll discuss what most people thought was the most controversial executive order yet, the border wall. Now the presidents of both countries are tweeting about each other. What will the wall do to Mexican-American relations? We'll speak to our Mexican voice and get his perspective on the Great Wall of Trump.

Jan 22, 2017

It's over, Donald Trump is the President of the United States and half of the world is freaking out. Protesters took to the street in marches against the incoming administration. We know about the women's marches here in the US, but what about the rest of the world? We'll speak to Mark in Europe and Kareem in Egypt about how their part of the world sees the new president.
Then stay tuned for in-depth analysis of the inauguration media-fed freak-outs. Are all of these videos real, or are they fake news? Also, are we to trust any of these new polls by the mainstream media? We know how on-point they were with the election, why is this any different?

Jan 15, 2017

As President Trump gets ready to take the reigns from Obama, the world is wondering what will be different under a Trump presidency. What does the global community expect from a man who is the antithesis of the outgoing president? Will the Iran nuke deal be history? Can Trump put a cap on the debacle in Syria? And what do Europeans think about the future of NATO and immigration in a Trump administration? We’ll head around the globe and speak to voices in Syria, Iran and Europe and find out what they expect from President Trump.

Did you see the epic battle between Trump and CNN this week? We’ll be discussing the repercussions from this latest scuffle in our continuing coverage of reality journalism. What the mainstream press considers “fact checking” isn’t necessarily fact checking, but that’s nothing new for Voice to America listeners. We’ve been saying that for over 15 years. And now the press' inability to gather accurate information is going mainstream.

Jan 8, 2017

Last night in Jerusalem, another truck attack killed four and injured dozens. We speak to voices on the ground in Israel and get local reaction to this act of terrorism.

Then we'll speak to Riki Ellison, from the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance, about the latest from North Korea and "Kid Dictator" Kim Jong-un's latest ICBM test. Find out why the pint-sized protagonist is attempting tests before Trump's inauguration. 

Then join us during the second hour live stream segment, where we'll be discussing the latest Russian hack fear mongering by the mainstream press. The public knows there's a problem, if our government computers are apparently wide open, what are they doing to stop foreign hackers? Maybe a few special characters or emojis need to be added to our politicians' passwords?

Jan 1, 2017

Happy New Year everyone!
We missed you last week and we have a lot of catching up to do. The US dealt with ISIS threats during the holiday season celebrations, a Turkish policeman assassinated a Russian ambassador and Obama did everything he could to leave a geopolitical mess for the incoming administration.
On today's show we speak to our Turkish voice Oguz about the catastrophic attacks in Istanbul last night during a New Year's celebration. We'll learn how the Turkish government is handling its media in the wake of the terrorist attack.
Then we will discuss Obama and Kerry's Israel snub at the United Nations this week. What does this mean for our only ally in the region? Margot checks in and gives us an Israeli perspective on the UN decision to force an evacuation of settlements in the West Bank.

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