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The latest posts from JB Shreve & the End of History

idlib

Ep 221: Idlib – Last Battle of the Syrian Civil War?

The story of the Syrian Civil War has been a story of ongoing crises and humanitarian catastrophes. Today the greatest of all these tragedies...
2019-nCoV wuhan virus timeline

2019-nCoV – China’s Mystery Illness Spreads

You may have recently heard or read about a new virus that is causing a stir in the media. We wanted to give you...
citizenship amendment act

Ep 220: Outrage and Fear in India

On December 4, 2019, the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) was presented to India's parliament. It passed seven days later and was met with immediate...
refugees in libya

How the EU Is Outsourcing Violence and Inhumanity

In the middle of the last decade, the European Union had a problem. Masses of migrants were moving across the Mediterranean Sea toward European...
mystery illness in china

Ep 219: Mystery Illness in China

On December 12, 2019, in the city of Wuhan, China (population 11 million) a new disease was identified. Authorities have described it as a...
gleick

Ep 218 : Water Scarcity Contributes to Conflicts – Interview with Dr. Peter Gleick

"As water becomes more scarce, because it’s such a critical resource, people will do whatever they can do meet their basic needs." These are...
Qassem Soleimani

Ep 217: The Death of Qassem Soleimani

Who was Qassem Soleimani? What are the implications of his death at the hands of a US airstrike this past Thursday? In today's podcast...

See The World Better In 2020: Develop A Faith-Based Worldview

Grow in your knowledge and understanding of the increasing chaos of the world around us. Develop your faith-based worldview with JB Shreve & the...
decade in review

Episode 216: The Decade in Review

Our final podcast episode of 2019 looks at the decade in review. For better or for worse, the second decade of the 21st century...

Coming of Age in the 2010’s – A Personal Review of the Decade

In the spring of 2010, dressed in an oversized purple graduation gown, I somewhat gracefully walked across the stage as a high school graduate....