The largest excerise in democracy in the history of humanity is coming to an end. Narendra Modi will cruise to victory, but what does his ascent mean for India’s relationship with Pakistan, China, the USA and the rest of the world? I speak with Tanvi Madan of the Brookings Institution about the foreign policy implications of India’s elections.
Episode 16: Carolyn Miles, CEO of Save the Children
Episode: 15 Laura Turner Seydel, philanthropist
Episode 14: Douglas Ollivant, Iraq expert
Episode 13: Gary Bass, historian
Episode 12: Mark Montgomery, demographer
Episode 11: Kenneth Roth, Human Rights Watcher
Episode 10: Live from the UN, Volume 2.
Episode 9: Mia Farrow, humanitarian activist and Goodwill Ambassador
Episode 8: Suzanne Nossel, Big Thinker
Episode 7: Live from the UN, Volume 1.
Episode 6: PJ Crowley, former State Department Spokesperson
Episode 5: Octavia Nasr, reporter
Episode 4: Arsalan Iftikhar, “The Muslim Guy”
Episode 3: Dodge Billingsley, filmmaker.
Episode 2: Laura Seay, @TexasinAfrica
Episode 1: Heather Hurlburt, national security wonk