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Nice as it would be to turn away, the Ricochet Podcast follows up on the chaos covered last week with a new pair of guests. David P Goldman joins for the first time to lay out China’s long term strategy to build global markets, the edge it’s gaining in the tech sector, the risks of its real estate bubble and the types of opportunity it may look for from the war in Middle East. Then Annika Rothstein gives a powerful report from what we may call the relative saftey of Jersulem. She talks about her harrowing trip to Kibbutz Be’eri and the mood of Israelis stuck waiting for the war to begin.
Peter, James and Steve Hayward discuss the bloodthirsty protests stateside and in Europe (where Steve’s calling from); and with all the unrest, they lament how little can be done without a functioning functioning House of Representatives.
(Find the What’s Bugging Me episode with Tal Hartuv and Asra Nomani James recommend at the end of this episode here)
- Soundbite from this week’s open: Former CNN Media Reporter Brian Stetler on Dan Abrams Live, Biden announces aid to Gaza, DeSantis says “No”
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