Bike to work. Go vegan. Stop washing your hair. It's not going to move the needle on climate change. There is, however, some reason for hope. Ian gets real about life after global warming and then sits down with David Wallace-Wells, a man who's come up with a roadmap to deal with climate change.
The world's biggest democracy heads to the polls. It's also expanding the world's largest biometric ID system to track 1.3 billion people. A man who recently ran the Reserve Bank of India, Raghuram Rajan, explains why. #RaghuramRajan
By now you know what's in the Mueller report and the spin-masters have told you what to think. But the most important takeaway isn't only about Trump. It's also about Putin. Ian discusses the Mueller Report with the man who oversaw investigations into suspected Russian organized crime, former U.S. attorney Preet Bharara.
After the ISIS caliphate fell in Iraq, a question hung over much of the country. What comes next? On today's show Ian talks to Ben Taub, a New Yorker magazine reporter who was recently was on-the-ground in Mosul, Iraq.
In bailing out Greece did the European Union destroy the village in order to save it? Today on the show, Ian dives deep into the Greek debt crisis and speaks to the man who will likely be Greece's next prime minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
Mexico's new president is having a moment. Since his election last year, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, or AMLO for short, has enjoyed sky-high approval ratings. But can he deliver on his lofty promises? And how will he handle his neighbor to the north? Ian will dig into it and then talk to Mexico's former Foreign Minister, Jorge Castañeda.
The war in Afghanistan has gone on so long that people born after 9/11 can now enlist. So how do we get out? Ian digs into it and then talks to someone who knows the country better than most: Retired General Stanley McChrystal, who once commanded all NATO forces in Afghanistan.