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Vladimir Putin, film critic
Vladimir Putin, film critic | PUPPET REGIME | GZERO Media

Vladimir Putin, film critic

This summer the only thing hotter than the melting planet has been the BOX OFFICES. Hear what esteemed film critics Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping, and Kim Jong-un thought of the season’s blockbusters.

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MBS: A Barbie girl living in a Saudi world
MBS: A Barbie girl living in a Saudi world | PUPPET REGIME | GZERO Media

MBS: A Barbie girl living in a Saudi world

A movie about building a dream world to explore fourth-wave feminism?

MBS will be first in line for tickets.

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Norris Bradbury, group leader for bomb assembly, stands next to the partially assembled Gadget atop the test tower at Los Alamos in 1945.

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Building the bomb, tickling the dragon

“Tickling the dragon’s tail.” That’s how the small group of physicists working at Los Alamos in the 1940s under the watch of Robert Oppenheimer described the dangerous job of assembling a nuclear core for the first atomic bomb. One wrong move and a chain nuclear reaction — the dragon — could have wiped them all out.

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Ari Winkleman

The Graphic Truth: What Oppenheimer worried about

After months of anticipation, it's D-Day for “Oppenheimer,” the $100 million Christopher Nolan biopic about J. Robert Oppenheimer, the celebrated American scientist who developed the first atomic bomb during World War II.

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Where is China's foreign minister?
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Where is China's foreign minister?

What are the consequences from Russia's exit from the Black Sea grain deal? Where is Chinese foreign minister Qin Gang? "Oppenheimer" is out. Will you be watching? Ian Bremmer shares his insights on global politics this week on World In :60.

What are the consequences from Russia's exit from the Black Sea grain deal?

Well, a lot of antagonism from the Global South because prices are now going up. That's why the Russians hadn't wanted to leave. Look, I mean, there is an ammonia pipeline that was sabotaged that the Russians wanted to use traversing Ukraine, that hasn't gotten fixed. They also wanna be able to get back into SWIFT for the agricultural banks, and neither of those things happen. So they have pulled out of the deal. They are also now attacking Odessa, stepped up way, including grain capacity and blowing up a whole bunch of food. And this is, these are all war crimes. And now you've got a whole bunch of sub-Saharan countries in particular that are gonna be angry with Russia as a consequence, one of the places they've done comparatively well since the beginning of the war.

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Putin’s moment of truth has come
Putin’s existential decision | PUPPET REGIME | GZERO Media

Putin’s moment of truth has come

After many months, Putin has an important decision to make. We can all relate.

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The geopolitics of "Barbie"
The Geopolitics of "Barbie" | Quick Take | GZERO Media

The geopolitics of "Barbie"

Ian Bremmer's Quick Take: Hi everybody. Ian Bremmer here, and a special update, Quick take, I know you need to hear about this. The geopolitics of "Barbie".

"Barbie" is coming out. No, not in that way. Next week in the United States and the United Kingdom, massive launch. You've seen the dreamhouse, you've seen the buses, you've seen the excitement, and now you've seen the geopolitical backlash. It was not what you were expecting. I certainly don't remember there ever being a political science Barbie. Uh, there is a campaign manager Barbie that they made. That's, that's pretty much the opposite when you think about it. And there's also a Chief Sustainability Officer Barbie, that was of course, made of plastic naturally. But never a geopolitical analyst Barbie. Well, maybe that was a mistake, turns out there's a problem.

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