How wars start and end, Beer can collecting, Title 42 policy

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Gutted cars following a night air raid in Ukraine
Gutted cars following a night air raid in the village of Bushiv, 40 kilometers west of Kyiv, Ukraine, Friday, March 4, 2022. Russia’s war on Ukraine is now in its ninth day and Russian forces have shelled Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, sparking a fire there that was extinguished overnight. Efrem Lukatsky/AP Photo

We talk to the author of a new book about what causes war and how we can build toward more peace. Then, we hear from a Wisconsin man with a lifelong hobby of collecting vintage beer cans. Later, we ask an immigration law professor about a controversial Trump-era deportation policy.

Featured in this Show

  • New book looks at the reasons for war, how to create peace

    We talk to an expert on global conflict studies about his new book looking at the five core reasons why war breaks out, and successful strategies for deescalating and making peace.

  • The hobby of collecting beer cans

    A life-long beer can and collectible collector from Waukesha shares some of his hobby-passion with us.

  • What's happening with Title 42?

    We discuss the Biden administration’s intention to end a controversial Trump-era deportation policy for migrants.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Tyler Ditter Technical Director
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Christopher Blattman Guest
  • Andrew Borgstrom Guest
  • Rick Su Guest

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