LftS: Wuhan Coronavirus
2019 brought a lot back into focus. It was like the throwback Thursday of the 2010s. Beyond just bringing back ideologies, policies, and overt hostilities, it also brought back various diseases, one of which seems to make its rounds every year and roughly every 10 years in a really dangerous form. We are talking about the coronavirus that is spreading rapidly across the globe. In this episode of Lessons from the Screen, we are going to be taking a look at the most modern form of the disease better known as SARS.
Iran and Ukraine are at the heart of 2 of the most significant political situations in America today regarding foreign Affairs, separate issues that have become intertwined. Impeachment however is the most significant political situation in America today period, and Ukraine is right at the heart of that as well. On this episode of Lessons from the Screen, we are going to be free wheeling on these topics. You guys said you liked the free wheeling shows, so we are going to do more of them. At our heart though, we like researching and bringing information, so we will try to blend the two together for future shows to see what kind of mix we get.
LftS: Iranian Assassination
On January 3, 2020, just as we were getting warmed up to the new year, Trump decided he would say hello to his good friends in the Middle East by sending a drone to assassinate the Iranian General Qasem Soleimani and several other Iraqi military officials. The strike happened as Soleimani was leaving his flight into Iraqi in order to deliver a message from Iran to Iraq regards request made. Since the strike, Iran has completely backed out of the nuclear deal, Iraq has said they want US troops to leave their country, and militia groups all over the region have sworn revenge on the US. Back in August of 2019 we did a show looking at the history of the United States relationship with Iran, in this show we are going to be looking at who Qasem Soleimani was, why he was assassinated, and what this means for the Middle East and the US.
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