Intrigue Outloud

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Podcast episodes

  • Intrigue Explained: Al-Jabbering about COP28

    Intrigue Explained: Al-Jabbering about COP28

    Hey Intriguers! We'll be back soon posting new and exciting content in this feed, but in the meantime, check out an episode of our sister podcast Intrigue Explained. On this episode, Intrigue co-founders John Fowler and Helen Zhang are joined by Dmitry Grozoubinski of ExplainTrade to discuss the COP28 Summit in Dubai. Check out more episodes of Intrigue Explained here.

  • Don't touch that dial!

    Don't touch that dial!

    After 100 episodes, we're taking a break from Intrigue Outloud for a few weeks to create something even better. If you love this podcast, you'll love what we're making next, so make sure you stick around this channel! If you have feedback to help us make Intrigue audio even better, email us at john@internationalintrigue.io or ethan@internationalintrigue.io

  • 17 November: Biden and Xi meet in San Francisco

    17 November: Biden and Xi meet in San Francisco

    On today's Intrigue Outloud news rundown, Intrigue co-founder John Fowler joins to discuss the meeting between Xi and Biden: how it happened, why it happened when it happened, and what it all means. Thanks to our sponsor, Talk Eastern Europe.

  • 14 November: Tides turn in Myanmar and Spanish politicians spar

    14 November: Tides turn in Myanmar and Spanish politicians spar

    On today's Intrigue Outloud news rundown, Intrigue co-founder John Fowler joins to discuss a major breakthrough for rebel forces in Myanmar, and the risky political gambit that set off protests in Madrid. Click here to sign up for our $2,000 cash giveaway!

  • 10 November: How we cover the Israel-Hamas war

    10 November: How we cover the Israel-Hamas war

    On today's Intrigue Outloud, Intrigue co-founder John Fowler and managing editor Jeremy Dicker join (live from the Intrigue retreat in Austin, Texas) to discuss the challenges of covering the war in Israel and Gaza from far away, and why it feels different than other global conflict zones. Thanks to our sponsor, What Could Go Right.