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What, So What, Now What

What, So What, Now What

By Chris Hyslop
The international affairs podcast that connects you with an expert and in just hot 5 minutes, you become the expert.
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WSWNW - Live from Kyiv
Mychailo Wynnyckyj, Associate Professor at Kyiv-Mohyla Business School and Higher Education Consultant, joins us live from Kyiv
06:29
March 01, 2022
WSWNW - Russia Invades Ukraine
As Russia moves its military into the Ukraine, international security expert Mick Mulroy from the Lobo Institute gives us his analysis on what it means and what comes next.
19:28
February 26, 2022
GPS: The Death of al-Qurayshi and the ISIS Threat
Mick Mulroy from the Lobo Institute joins us to discuss the death of ISIS Commander Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi and security implications going ahead.
19:28
February 09, 2022
WSWNW - Beijing Olympics
On the eve of the Beijing Olympics, China expert Tiff Roberts discusses what is at stake for China and it’s place on the world stage.
06:22
February 03, 2022
WSWNW - Myanmar Coup with David Mathieson
One year after a military coup deposed Nobel Peace Prize winner and leader of Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi, the country remains at loggerheads. Long-time Myanmar expert, David Mathieson updates on the situation there and prospects going ahead.
09:40
February 02, 2022
GPS - Ukraine and Taliban Talks
GPS gets you beyond the headlines on today's international security issues.  In this episode, Chris and Mick discuss what Russia and NATO's calculation is on the Ukraine.  Then they shift to talks between the West and the Taliban in Oslo, asking what either side can actually deliver.
22:14
January 26, 2022
WSWNW - Unrest in Kazakhstan w Amb Kenneth Fairfax (Ret)
Former US Ambassador to Kazakhstan, Kenneth Fairfax, discusses the unrest in Kazakhstan and the deployment of Russian-led peacekeepers.
06:21
January 09, 2022
WSWNW - Russia-Ukraine w Mick Mulroy
International security expert and co-founder of the Lobo Institute Mick Mulroy discusses tensions between Russia and Ukraine.
07:37
January 03, 2022
WSWNW - The Climate-Migration Nexus
Rosalie Carter a University of Montana International Development Studies student, brings us up to speed on the nexus between climate and migration.
08:03
December 21, 2021
WSWNW - The end of the 20-year US intervention in Afghanistan.
University of Montana International Development Studies student Rosalie Carter joins us to talk about the end of the twenty-year US intervention in Afghanistan.
07:11
December 21, 2021
WSWNW - Global Supply Chain Woes with Joanna Shelton
Economist Joanna Shelton joins us just in time for the Holidays, to talk about the global supply chain.
11:16
December 17, 2021
WSWNW - 21st Century Money: Dollars to Digital Currencies
University of Montana International Development Studies student Isabella Chambers gives us the run down on 21st Century Money: Dollars to Digital Currencies.
08:44
December 03, 2021
WSWNW - CDC and the Global Health Agenda
University of Montana International Development Studies student Isabella Chambers discusses CDC and the Global Health Agenda.
09:07
December 03, 2021
WSWNW - Insecurity in China's Neighborhood
International Development Studies, University of Montana student Hope Sampson gives us insight into insecurity in China.
05:21
December 02, 2021
WSWNW - The Human-Centered Agenda to the Future of Work
University of Montana International Development Studies student Hope Sampson joins us to explain the human-centered agenda to the future of  work.
06:03
December 02, 2021
WSWNW - Inflation with Michael Klein
Michael Klein from the Fletcher School at Tufts University and EconoFact (econofact.org) considers today’s headlines on increasing inflation and its impact on the US and the world.
06:16
November 10, 2021
WSWNW - China's Belt and Road in Africa
Lauren Katherine Collins is an Assistant Teaching Professor and Faculty Director of Asian Studies at University of Colorado Boulder. In this episode, we discuss the Belt and Road Initiative and why China is investing in Africa. #China #BeltandRoad #africa #EconomicDevelopment #asian
06:10
November 09, 2021
WSWNW - The Future of Int'l Ed with Dr Donna Anderson
Dr Donna Anderson, Executive Director of the Global Engagement Office at  the University of Montana discusses the future of international higher  education.
08:06
November 05, 2021
WSWNW - The Rainforest Trust
Andrea Carneiro and Whitney Petrilli join us from the Rainforest Trust to discuss their work and its impact.
09:02
October 27, 2021
WSWNW - Squid Game with Troy Stangarone
Troy Stangarone, Senior Director and Fellow at the Korea Economic Institute, gives us his insights into the Korean phenomenon Squid Game.
07:54
October 26, 2021
WSWNW - Sudan with Rania Dagash
Multilateral affairs expert and Sudanese citizen Rania Dagash helps us understand what is happening in Sudan and why it matters to us.
07:01
October 24, 2021
WSWNW - German Elections with Dr Udo Fluck
Dr Udo Fluck discusses the outcomes of the German elections, coalition building and why this matters to America.
11:28
October 24, 2021
WSWNW - "The Quad" with Shihoko Goto
Shihoko Goto from the Wilson Center unpacks "The Quad" Australia,  India, Japan and the US, and what it means for Indo-Pacific relations.
08:14
October 24, 2021
WSWNW - Montana-Taiwan Trade Office w Brigitta Miranda-Freer
Montana World Trade Center ED Brigitta Miranda-Freer joins us to discuss the re-establishment of the Montana-Taiwan Trade office in Taipei and what that means for Montana businesses.
05:52
October 24, 2021
WSWNW - China with Tiff Roberts
Author and China expert Dexter "Tiff" Roberts shares his views on saber rattling in the China/Taiwan Strait. 
07:02
October 20, 2021
WSWNW - Indigenous Rights with Survival International
Paula Zamorano Osoria from Survival International shares her perspective on indigenous rights in Brazil.
05:30
October 18, 2021
WSWNW - UN General Assembly w Dr Karen Adams
Dr Karen Adams from the University of Montana helps us make sense of the annual "UN  General Assembly" and why it matters to us.
09:17
October 16, 2021
WSWNW - Afghanistan with Mick Mulroy
Mick Mulroy shares his views on the future of Afghanistan.  Mick is the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for the Middle East. He is also a retired CIA Paramilitary Operations Officer and a United States Marine. He is a Senior Fellow and co-director for the Yemen Steering Initiative for the Middle East Institute, an ABC News National Security Analyst, and a Co-founder of the Lobo Institute.
09:01
October 07, 2021