Year in review with Douglas Murray: China, neocons and the culture wars

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Douglas Murray, the author of The Madness of Crowds, joins the last Americano of the year. On the episode, he and Freddy chat through the most important trends and events of the year, from China and the pandemic, to whether or not ‘neocon’ is still a usable term.

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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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