The Rational Policy Podcast

Welcome to the show page for Rational Policy’s very own podcast, the inventively titled Rational Policy Podcast! Our episodes are available here on the Rational Policy website, as well as on all major podcasting apps. Please subscribe to the show on the app of your choice, rate us, and tell your family & friends!

Episode 17 - Foreign Telegram, May/June 2023
Episode 17 - Foreign Telegram, May/June...
The Rational Policy Podcast is back with another installment of the Foreign Telegram! A lot has happened abroad in...
01:06:12
July 01, 2023
Episode 16 - Looking to 2024
Episode 16 - Looking to 2024
Yes, it's that time already. Whether you like it or not, the 2024 presidential election is ramping up. We are...
01:20:40
May 13, 2023
Episode 15 - Foreign Telegram, April 2023
Episode 15 - Foreign Telegram, April 20...
The Foreign Telegram has returned, just in time to recap some fascinating and important international events from ...
00:55:49
April 27, 2023
Episode 14 - A Fortnight of Foreign Fails
Episode 14 - A Fortnight of Foreign Fai...
The Biden administration's foreign policy has been largely disastrous, with major crises happening nearly ever...
01:00:34
April 13, 2023
Episode 13 - Foreign Telegram, March 2023
Episode 13 - Foreign Telegram, March 20...
Coming in just under the wire, here's your Foreign Telegram for March 2023. In an extremely busy month for int...
00:47:59
April 01, 2023

Hosted by Mike Coté, the Rational Policy Podcast is an exploration of topics in American domestic and foreign policy, as well as deep dives into the important ideas underlying our political and policy debates. The show won’t be your standard news or politics podcast, as we will analyze world events without the reflexive partisanship, incessant hyperbole, and lack of nuance which characterizes so much of the media environment. This historically-informed, fact-based perspective will present unadulterated opinion on what’s going on in the world so you don’t miss the forest for the trees.

Guest or topic suggestions are welcome at rationalpolicyblog@gmail.com.