India

Happy Monday! Emma speaks with Ahsan Butt, associate professor of international studies at George Mason University, to discuss the recent schism in relations between Canada and India over the purported assassination of a Sikh separatist in British Columbia. Then, she speaks with Akela Lacy, politics reporter at The Intercept, to discuss her recent piece entitled […]
It’s Casual Friday! Sam and Emma speak with Matt Duss, executive vice president at the Center for International Policy, to round up the biggest stories in foreign policy this week. Then, they’re joined by comedian Judy Gold, host of the Kill Me Now podcast! First, Sam and Emma run through updates on Bob Menendez renewing his […]
It’s another EmMajority Report Thursday! She speaks with Azad Essa, senior reporter for Middle East Eye, to discuss his recent book Hostile Homelands: The New Alliance Between India and Israel. Then, she’s joined by Paris Marx, author of the Disconnect newsletter and host of the Tech Won’t Save Us podcast, to discuss their recent writing on ChatGPT. Check out Azad’s book here: https://www.plutobooks.com/9780745345017/hostile-homelands/ Check […]
Michael Brooks hosts writer Achin Vanaik to discuss his recent piece in Jacobin magazine, “The Escalating Crisis on the India-China Border,” and why each country’s foreign policy deserves blame for the escalation. On today’s show: Biden looking for Cuban and Venezuelan American votes with red baiting anti-Trump ad. Writer Achin Vanaik joins us to discuss his […]
Alex Sammon of the American Prospect joins Michael Brooks to discuss his piece, “Barack Obama’s Legacy Is Narendra Modi.” Sammon and Brooks dive into how the former president helped rehabilitate the prime minister on the global stage, which helped set the stage for Modi’s current anti-Muslim agenda in India. The two explain how Modi deliberately allowed […]
Donald Trump ignores a question from CNN and calls the reporter “fake news”. Will the media defend itself against Trump. Analyst, Dan Dicker explains why Rex Tillerson simply means an oil and gas based foreign policy. Exxon’s investments in Russia. How Exxon will win in the new foreign policy. Rex Tillerson’s foreign policy and the […]
Professor and Informed Comment Juan Cole explains India’s election results, the controversial history of India’s next Prime Minister Narendra Modi, why the Congress Party lost, the politics of the Hindu far right, the fusion of religious nationalism and free market policies, what led to Turkey’s mining disaster, the Turkish integration of religious right politics and […]
The importance of the Indian Supreme Court’s decision on generic drugs, why the bar is lower for generic drug production in the United States,why Pharma companies drive inefficiency and threaten global health, why pharma companies are primarily marketing firms , why medicine is a “Global Public Good” and why “free trade agreements” are simply a […]