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Oliver Stone and Fernando Sulichin on whether nuclear can solve the climate crisis

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Freddy is joined by a great American filmmaker, Oliver Stone, and a great Argentinian filmmaker, Fernando Sulichin. Their new documentary Nuclear Now proposes nuclear energy as the solution to the climate crisis. On the podcast, they address global concerns about adding nuclear to the energy mix, compare the nuclear policy of Presidents Biden and Trump and discuss the opinion that Oliver formed of Vladimir Putin while filming The Putin Interviews

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US politics and analysis, delivering in-depth discussions with the best American pundits. Presented by Freddy Gray.

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