In this episode of Hangover Radio I speak with Andrew MacLeod, and who has led an extraordinary life.
He is an Australian businessman, and a former humanitarian lawyer and aid worker for the UN, witnessing the Rwandan genocide, the Pakistani earthquake and the Asian tsunami.
Check out his video on North Korea below.
He has traveled to 140 countries, is author of a booked called a Life Half Lived, and has written several articles for mainstream publications.
He is also a visiting professor at King’s College in London, and has been a TED X speaker.
In this fascinating interview we discuss everything from his recent trip on the Silk Road, to Islam, freedom of speech, and the conflict in the Middle East. He also shares a harrowing story from a church in Rwanda.
Andrew doesn’t quite share my political views, so it was interesting to get his perspective on things, and I feel listener’s learn a lot from his valuable insight. Andrew currently blogs about his travels on whyslowdown.com, and you can find out more about his work at andrewmacleod.com.au.
Enjoy the episode!
(You can also download it for later via soundcloud)