Reporting for Duty

Season 6 | Episode 6

This week on the Global Inquirer, we take a look at the modern implications of mandatory military service and how the service affects these countries as a whole. We look at the reasons for why countries chose to draft their own citizens and how their cultures are later impacted. Additionally, we discuss the distinctions between mandatory services in different countries, and then dive into what this has meant for Israel specifically.

Host: Balthazar Merrin
Researcher: Emma Ross
Special guest: Zvi Gilboa
Producer: Andy Carluccio

The Global Inquirer is a production of the International Relations Organization at UVA, and affiliated with TEEJ, UVA’s podcasting network.

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