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Globalization and politics

Malia Politzer
Editor of International Investigative Journalist
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Sunday, 30 December 2018

Top 5 Globalization And Politics Podcasts Of 2018

2018 has been an eventful and confusing year. We've rounded up some of the top podcasts aimed at helping you untangle the biggest news stories from around the world to help you stay informed in the year to come. Happy listening!

Why Is This Happening? With Chris Hayes

This podcast by MSNBC, which debuted in 2018, breaks down some of the top questions about the world today that keep producer Chris Hayes up at night. Primarily about US politics, the podcast brings in experts to untangle today’s problems.

The Wilderness

This 15-part documentary podcast series by Crooked media, which also debuted in 2018, examines the history and future of the American Democratic party.

Today Explained

Vox introduced this daily news podcast earlier this year, which goes in depth into one of the most important global news stories of the day. Each episode is about 20 minutes long, and provides background and context on what’s going on in the world.

Kerning Culture

While this is not a new podcast, it’s a great place to go to listen to in-depth, narrative stories about the Middle East, produced by people native to the region. One of the producers’ goals is to make the stories culturally accessible to outsiders.

Sinica Podcast

This podcast series helps explain and give context to the rapidly changing cultural, political, and economic reality in China. 

Top 5 Globalization And Politics Podcasts Of 2018
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