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As India navigates its way through the 21st-century, it confronts crucial challenges. Tune into India Speak, the podcast by the Centre for Policy Research (CPR), as experts shed light on some of the most important issues of our times and how India can address them. These issues include politics, climate change, governance, foreign policy, technology, state capacity, urbanisation, land rights, sanitation, economy and more.
 
The Guardian's political editor, Heather Stewart, and deputy political editor, Jessica Elgot, are joined by commentators, experts and politicians to unpack the week's biggest stories in politics. In Politics Weekly Extra on Fridays, Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland invites guests to help analyse the latest in US politics
 
Echoes of India is the story of India like you've never heard it before. Host Anirudh Kanisetti takes you on a journey through its wonders, from the Greek art of Afghanistan to the to the thriving ports of Tamil Nadu. Along the way, monks debate, queens boast, and armies roar. From philosophy to politics to economics, the past comes back to life - noisy, breathing, as thriving as the Indian subcontinent is today.
 
Why do we, the young Indians, need to understand politics? Because we are the future of our country and we need to represent it in a manner that is well-informed, sensitive and intelligent. Also because, understanding how events around the world affect our country from a historical, economical and political standpoint, is a lot of fun! Don't agree? Tune into Politics for Dummies with RJ Aniket from Radio One and Ambassador KP Fabian, an Indian Diplomat, who served in the IFS from the crucial ...
 
A critical but mostly overlooked aspect of both contemporary and historical political violence is the role diaspora communities have played in the planning, organization, financing, and execution of acts of terror. Members of the American Irish, Canadian Sikh, Swiss Tamil and Australian Croat diasporas—to provide just a sample—have all been powerful agents in the terrorist activities perpetrated in the name of their national and religious communities. The Diaspora Politics and Transnational ...
 
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Jonathan Freedland hosted a special Guardian Live event where he spoke to the former secretary of state Hillary Clinton. As the US commemorated the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks last weekend, the pair talked about her memories of the day, given she was the senator for New York at the time; how US politics has changed since then; and whether …
 
In a democracy, we can choose our representative. But can we call them back? What are the names of various countries that allows this. And also how democracy of different countries work. Focusing on India, Fabian provides great insights about it. Fabian educates his favorite student Aniket about how can we elect, reelect and impeach our representat…
 
There’s a new cabinet in town – or at least a different one than yesterday. Aubrey Allegretti and Rowena Mason look at the winners and losers of Boris Johnson’s reshuffle. Plus, Jessica Elgot and Rafael Behr analyse the government’s Covid winter plan. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
The forgotten religion of the Ajivikas can tell us a great deal about the religions and empires of the early Gangetic Plains. Anirudh visits the medieval Jain site of Shravanabelagola near Bangalore, recounts the story of the mysterious Ajivika teacher Makkhali Goshala, and explains how the rise of the mighty empire of the Mauryas is connected to t…
 
First, we'll get inputs from both Indiana Republican and Democratic leadership about the president's vaccine requirements as we talk with Indiana attorney general Todd Rokita and hear from congressman Andre Carson. Next, Dan will sit down with White House deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre to find out the reason behind these requirements. Fi…
 
What sets good and bad leaders apart has always been a disputable matter of discussion. If we look at history, we'll come across all kinds of leaders, good and bad. Interestingly, most of them are good in parts and bad in parts. In this episode, prof Fabian educates his favorite student Aniket about different leaders in history and their leadership…
 
On Thursday night, the US Attorney General Merrick Garland announced that the US Justice Department would launch a federal lawsuit against Texas over the extreme abortion law that the state introduced last week. Jonathan Freedland speaks to Moira Donegan about what all of this means for Roe v Wade. Help support our independent journalism at theguar…
 
Heather Stewart and Zoe Williams discuss the prime minister’s announcement of a £12bn healthcare levy to be introduced through a rise in national insurance contributions. Plus, Libby Brooks and Peter Walker look at the state of Green party politics in the UK. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
The invasion of Alexander III of Macedon is a landmark event in South Asian history. Join Anirudh as he explores the conqueror's camp, meets an Indian mercenary who served in Alexander's campaigns, and uncovers the mystery of the fall of the Nanda dynasty and the rise of the mighty Gangetic empire of the Mauryas that succeeded them. Anirudh is tryi…
 
First, we talk about the current COVID numbers and the rules put in place in Indiana schools. Then, we talk with Congressman Jim Baird, Congressman Andre Carson, and Governor Eric Holcomb about the Afghan refugees staying at Camp Atterbury. Finally, we discuss the potential Indiana impact after the Supreme Court's ruling to not overturn a Texas abo…
 
As the last of the US troops took off from Kabul on Tuesday, Jonathan Freedland spoke to Thomas Kean. Kean co-wrote the 9/11 commission report, detailing who was to blame for the events of September 11, and making recommendations to prevent a subsequent attack. He shares his thoughts on the end of America’s longest war. Help support our independent…
 
United Nations! Almost each one of us is aware about this organization. We all have studied about it in our textbooks as well. If we look at today's time, almost every country in the world is represented in the United Nations. But, do you have wholesome knowledge about the organisation?In today’s episode, the power pack duo, RJ Aniket and Prof Fabi…
 
In the last episode of our special summer series, Jessica Elgot asks her guests: Who is the elusive David Frost? When did he become such a Eurosceptic? And how will the continuous fallout from Brexit affect his legacy?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodThe Guardian által
 
How did the kingdom of Magadha lay the foundations for India's first empire? And how did the successors of Siddhartha Gautama establish the tradition now known as Buddhism? Episode 7 brings us to the early city of Rajagaha, where we explore its marketplaces and caves in search of answers. Anirudh is trying to bring the history of South Asia alive t…
 
First, we'll hear from Indiana health leaders Dr. Virginia Caine and Dr. Kristina Box about Indiana's covid status. Then, we'll sit down with state congressman Larry Bucshon and talk about the Pfizer vaccine FDA approval and the U.S. Afghanistan response. Later on, we'll hear from U.S. senators Bernie Sanders from Vermont and Indiana's Mike Braun a…
 
Jonathan Freedland revisits an enlightening conversation with Michael Steele, a former chair of the Republican national committee, who campaigned for a Joe Biden victory in last year’s US presidential election. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodThe Guardian által
 
In the third episode of our special summer series, Rowena Mason asks her guests: who is the first minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford? Is it his politics, or his character, that drives his success? And what would he like his legacy to be?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
Death inevitably comes to us all. But how do memories of the dead shape our world? Witness the last months and hours of Siddhartha Gautama as he travels across the Gangetic Plains desperately trying to protect his legacy - and see what our struggles against death teach us about the nature of history and history telling. Anirudh is trying to bring t…
 
First, we start with the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan and how our state representatives are responding to the situation. We sit down with Senator Mike Braun to talk about possible solutions for the repercussions from Afghanistan as well as vaccine booster shots. Then, we talk with Dr. Cameron Webb about those vaccine booster shots and Indiana's …
 
With Afghanistan under the total control of the Taliban, the future looks bleak, but before understanding what is going on in Afghanistan, we need to touch bases with Afghanistan’s history. Join in today's class as Aniket and Prof Fabian discuss the Dark Days of Afghanistan and their return, why the USA invaded Afghanistan in the first place, why n…
 
In this episode of India Speak, Sushant Singh, Senior Fellow at CPR speaks with Ambassador Gautam Mukhopadhaya, former Ambassador to Afghanistan (2010-13) and Senior Visiting Fellow, CPR. Two weeks before the US was set to complete its troop withdrawal from the region, the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan. Major cities fell in a matter of days a…
 
Taking a break from our summer series, Jessica Elgot and Dan Sabbagh discuss what the UK government can do after the Taliban completed their takeover of Afghanistan much more quickly than many ministers were expecting. How do they plan to help thousands of stranded Afghans looking for asylum?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.…
 
What might Siddhartha Gotama, the Buddha, have actually thought of himself? Did he genuinely believe in what he preached? How do we, sitting in the 21st century, grapple with his complexities and flaws? Anirudh travels back through time to talk to the man himself, one quiet night on Vulture Peak near the great city of Rajagaha in Magadha. Anirudh i…
 
First, we hear from Governor Eric Holcomb and his thoughts on mask mandates as the state deals with Delta variant cases. Then, state representatives Andre Carson and Victoria Spartz, along with Senator Mike Braun and former senator Joe Donnelly, discuss the recently passed infrastructure bill in the U.S. Senate. Finally, we talk with Mayor Joe Hogs…
 
Analyst David Shor and Jonathan Freedland look at the data and the polls and discuss why the Democrats should be worried – and what they need to do to improve their chances of winning the next presidential election. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodThe Guardian által
 
In the second episode of our special summer series, Rowena Mason asks her guests: is Angela Rayner the politician that can get Labour back to winning ways? How has her now well-known backstory informed her politics? And should the Tories be worried about where she goes next?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
Episode 4 of Echoes of India brings us to witness the burgeoning power of the Buddhist Sangha in the early Gangetic Plains. How did Siddhartha Gotama, the Buddha, deal with the struggle of becoming a leader of thousands? How did he navigate the tides of public opinion and ensure that his rules were followed across this sprawling organisation? And w…
 
First, we'll hear from Governor Eric Holcomb as the Hoosier state looks for answers following a dramatic rise in Delta variant cases. Then, we discuss redistricting with state representatives and the overall fight for representation. Finally, we'll hear from Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett about rising crime numbers in the city and potential plans t…
 
In the first episode of our special summer series, Jessica Elgot asks her guests: who is the new Health Secretary, Sajid Javid? How did he rise to the top? What makes him tick? And is he as funny as some claim he is?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodThe Guardian által
 
In Episode 3 of Echoes of India, we'll begin to follow the extraordinary career of Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha. How did one person, emerging from the forests in the 5th century BCE, become a prophet, leading thousands of people in one of the most important religious movements in human history? How was he perceived in his time? And as one of the …
 
First, we hear from Governor Eric Holcomb, Major Joe Hogsett, Indiana Congressman Larry Bucshon and Marion County Health Director Dr. Virginia Caine as there are new CDC recommendations following rising cases in the Delta Variant. Then, we discuss the infrastructure deal with Indiana Senator Mike Braun. Finally, as the January 6 committee starts, w…
 
Since friendship day and Independence day are around the corner, our famous duo Prof Fabian and RJ Aniket decided to take an extra class this week to talk about some famous Political friendships, the state of India and the significance of 15th August in our lives. Remember, special classes are always worth it. Tune in now!…
 
Last December, a month before his inauguration, Biden announced he was naming former secretary of state John Kerry as the first ever presidential envoy for climate as part of his plan to deal with the crisis. Joan E Greve talks to Oliver Milman about what Biden’s climate change plans are, what challenges he’s up against and if he and John Kerry can…
 
In our last class, we learned about World war II and how it changed world politics forever. World War I was an international conflict from 1914 and lasted for 4 years which involved most of the European countries.In this episode, RJ Aniket and Prof Fabian will dive deeper into history and talk about World War I one of the great watersheds of 20th-c…
 
Heather Stewart and Rafael Behr discuss ‘crime week’, as the government attempts to shift the narrative. Plus, Katy Hayward, Daniel Boffey and Jess Sargeant look at what’s behind the latest tensions over the Northern Ireland protocol. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
The Episode 2 of Echoes of India brings us to the 8th century BCE, where we will see the origins of many of the ideas that shape India today. How did some of the oldest systematic ideas about the universe and reality, the concepts of karma, atman, and rebirth originate? Who were the people who came up with them, and why? Join us as we meet the anci…
 
We speak with Indiana Senators Mike Braun and Todd Young on the urgent push from both Democrats and Republicans for vaccinations in the midst of Delta variant cases rapid increase. Then we go one on one with RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel and Democratic Chair Mike Schmuhl about the President's Infrastructure plan. Finally we discuss the Indiana congressm…
 
Republican lawmakers have introduced the highest number of anti-trans bills to be filed in a single year in 2021. Joan E Greve speaks to Sam Levin about why some in the GOP are trying to ban transgender children from certain sports teams and limit their access to gender-affirming healthcare.. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.c…
 
World War II was the biggest and deadliest war in history, involving more than 30 countries. In this episode, RJ Aniket and Prof. Fabian dig deeper into the war through a political lens. Tune in to learn some unheard facts about Hitler and other interesting events that took place during the warHT Smartcast által
 
Jessica Elgot and Polly Toynbee discuss a purge of so-called far-left factions from the Labour party. Plus, as Boris Johnson again delays the social care overhaul, Heather Stewart, David Gauke, Jill Rutter and Ryan Shorthouse look at the future for his premiership goals. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
The Season 3 premiere for Echoes of India returns us to the vibrant world of ancient India. We'll meet the strange mix of peoples who together made the early cities of the Gangetic Plains, and set the stage for the extraordinary life which we'll follow this season: that of Siddhartha Gautama, also known as the Buddha, one of the most important figu…
 
We speak with Congressman Andre Carson, House Speaker Todd Houston, and State Auditor Tera Klutz about the new information on the pandemic's impact on our schools, economy, and crime rate here in Indiana. Plus we look back on the impact a similar walk out to Texas State Lawmakers had here in Indiana.…
 
The second wave of COVID-19 left an already-strained health system crumbling. As one of the initial states hit by the surge of cases, Delhi faced many challenges ensuring adequate oxygen supply to patients. In this episode of India Speak, Yamini Aiyar (President and Chief Executive, CPR) speaks to Shailendra Sharma (Education Advisor, Delhi Governm…
 
It’s been 50 years this month since Henry Kissinger, the then national security advisor, made a secret trip to the People’s Republic of China. Joan E Greve talks to the Guardian’s China affairs correspondent, Vincent Ni, to find out how the current diplomatic relationship compares with 1971. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.co…
 
Known and loved around the world for his commitment to peace, negotiation, and reconciliation, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was South Africa's first black democratically elected president (1994-1999). He stood for justice and fought for freedom, sacrificed his entire life for the sake of humanity.In this episode, RJ Aniket and Prof.Fabian talk about t…
 
Jessica Elgot and Martin Kettle discuss the government’s narrow win to slash foreign aid spending. Plus, Sienna Rodgers, Will Tanner and Sunder Katwala reflect on how politicians are waking up to a progressive patriotism. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodThe Guardian által
 
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