Green Party deputy leader climate politics in the UK. Professor Betsey Stevenson from the University of Michigan talks about the status of the green agenda in the US, as well as the future of electrical vehicles and automakers. Author Isabel Allende tells the story of the migration crisis in her new novel. Russell Moore explores democracy, cynicism, and the evangelical church in his new book.
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Ukrainian minister of defense Rustem Umerov discusses the progress of the counteroffensive, his nation’s weapons systems, and the fate of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet chief. Congressman Pat Ryan discusses the consequences of a government shutdown. Muzaffar Chishti, a senior fellow at the Migration Policy Institute, discusses the migrant crisis.
German foreign minister Annalena Baerbock explains how Germany's vow to help Ukraine has shaped her nation’s affairs. Former Tory minister and member of parliament Rory Stewart joins the show to discuss his new memoir, “How Not to Be a Politician.” New York Times reporter Kashmir Hill joins the show to discuss her new book, "Your Face Belongs to Us."
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