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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
 
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 ...
 
​How will this week's headlines impact you and your family? Every week, we explore the latest news from Washington D.C. and from the Statehouse, with in-depth analysis of Indiana politics from our bi-partisan team of political experts and analysts. Get 'IN Focus' on the go and stay tuned for exclusive bonus content toward the end of the podcast.
 
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 ...
 
Over four days in June 2012, our speakers – philosophers and theologians, historians and writers, believers and non-believers – will consider what it can mean to be religious, and what role the voice of faith may legitimately have in the conversations of citizens in a multicultural, democratic state and in the community of nations.
 
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This week, we discussed: Where are illicit drugs produced and why? How does it affect people’s lives and the politics of those nations? The Jam of the Week is Poetic Justice by Kendrick Lamar and Drake All of our Jams of the Week can also now be found on our Spotify playlist here Please get in touch with us via Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. If yo…
 
First we have a recap of what US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed in their first meeting during the Biden administration. Then we have the rest of our interview with former State Superintendent Jennifer McCormick. Finally we hear from Governor Holcomb about the State's vaccination numbers and his current case again…
 
Jessica Elgot and Martin Kettle discuss the political fallout of the announced delay to the lifting of coronavirus restrictions in England. Plus: Peter Walker is joined by Sonia Sodha and Katy Balls to ask why MPs are so keen to get involved in the perennial culture wars. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
Jessica Elgot and Martin Kettle discuss the political fallout of the announced delay to the lifting of coronavirus restrictions in England. Plus: Peter Walker is joined by Sonia Sodha and Katy Balls to ask why MPs are so keen to get involved in the perennial culture wars. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
President Joe Biden faces an uphill climb on his two key goals: his infrastructure plan and a national vaccination rate of 70% by July 4. We hear from Senator Todd Young, State House Speaker Todd Huston and State Representative Greg Porter on the latest jobs report and its impact in the Hoosier State. Also we discuss who is in the running for gover…
 
Heather Stewart and Polly Toynbee discuss the Tory rebellion over foreign aid cuts in a week in which the government will host the G7 group of wealthy nations. Jessica Elgot is joined by Patrick Wintour and Sir Ivan Rogers to look ahead to the summit. Plus: Rory Carroll asks Dr Alan Renwick about the findings of the working group on unification ref…
 
Heather Stewart and Polly Toynbee discuss the Tory rebellion over foreign aid cuts in a week in which the government will host the G7 group of wealthy nations. Jessica Elgot is joined by Patrick Wintour and Sir Ivan Rogers to look ahead to the summit. Plus: Rory Carroll asks Dr Alan Renwick about the findings of the working group on unification ref…
 
This week, we invited Mark Miller, who chatted with us about development and aid. We discussed the importance of the upcoming G7 Summit and its responses to global COVID-related aid, the politics of foreign aid, and finally, the impact of aid on developing nations. The Jam of the Week is When the Going is Smooth & Good by William Onyeabor All of ou…
 
This week we discussed water wars: what is the Ethiopian Dam and the beef over it? How do countries share resources, and when do they go to wars over them? What does the future of climate wars look like in Africa and the world? The Jam of the Week is Cry Me A River by Justin Timberlake All of our Jams of the Week can also now be found on our Spotif…
 
Jessica Elgot and Zoe Williams look at the arguments for and against lifting England’s last Covid restrictions on 21 June; Libby Brooks, Dani Garavelli and Kezia Dugdale discuss the newly elected Scottish parliament; plus Aubrey Allegretti talks to Sajjad Karim about the Tory Islamophobia report published last week. Help support our independent jou…
 
Last week, the US supreme court agreed to hear a case that could significantly roll back abortion rights. This week, Jonathan Freedland speaks to Christopher Kang, former deputy counsel to President Obama, about calls to restructure the highest federal court in the country. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
When a diplomat says yes, he means perhaps; when he says perhaps, he means no; when he says no, he is no diplomat.In today's class, we are going to learn diplomacy from the diplomat himself. Listen in as Professor KP Fabian, along with RJ Aniket walk us through the true understanding of what diplomacy really is and where did it originate from.If yo…
 
Heather Stewart and Sonia Sodha discuss the dramatic revelations from Dominic Cummings’ marathon evidence session before a Commons select committee. Daniel Trilling and David Blunkett talk about the problems in the Home Office. Plus, Peter Walker and Will Jennings look at the politics of levelling up. Help support our independent journalism at theg…
 
What caused the latest violence between Israel and the Palestinians? What are the prospects for peace?And what lessons can we learn from previous sectarian conflicts? The Jam of the Week is Blowin' In the Wind by Bob Dylan All of our Jams of the Week can also now be found on our Spotify playlist here Please get in touch with us via Twitter, Instagr…
 
We hear from Mayor Joe Hogsette as Marion county will continue its mask mandate until June. We also have reaction from council Republics and Indiana Councilman Larry Buschon. Plus controversy in Congress continues over the January 6th Commission, we hear from Congressman Mike Braun. Also we speak with Congressman Andre Carson.…
 
After more than 50 years of war, terrorism, negotiation, and human suffering, Israel and Palestine remain as far from a peaceful settlement as ever, and the conflict between the two nations continues.Join in today's class as Aniket & Prof. Fabian helps you understand what is happening now between Israel and Palestine, Why is it happening and, when …
 
Heather Stewart and Rafael Behr look at domestic pressures over the India coronavirus variant as the UK continues to unlock. Plus, to celebrate the Guardian’s 200th birthday, Heather speaks with three former political editors about how the job, and its challenges, have changed. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
Heather Stewart and Rafael Behr look at domestic pressures over the India coronavirus variant as the UK continues to unlock. Plus, to celebrate the Guardian’s 200th birthday, Heather speaks with three former political editors about how the job, and its challenges, have changed. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
The desire for power was very strong in history's emperors. What is clear is that from Napoleon to Julius Caesar and Cleopatra, were some of the greatest conquerors who shared similar motivation. But, what drove them to conquer?Well, that's what today's class gonna be about.Pull up a chair and join Aniket & Prof. Fabian as they narrate some of the …
 
As the world witnesses the worst violence in Jerusalem since the 2014 war between Israel and Hamas, the US president, Joe Biden, has been criticised for his silence. Jonathan Freedland speaks to the veteran negotiator Dennis Ross about the history of US policy in the Middle East. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspo…
 
This week, we discussed voter suppression, why people vote, how does voter preference translate to government action and the impact electoral systems have on political and policy outcomes. The Jam of the Week is Dave ft. Burna Boy - Location All of our Jams of the Week can also now be found on our Spotify playlist here Please get in touch with us v…
 
Jessica Elgot and Gaby Hinsliff dissect what was and was not mentioned in the Queen’s speech on Tuesday. Ailbhe Rea and Ellie Mae O’Hagan look at where the Labour party is headed after very mixed election results. Plus, Peter Walker speaks to Francis Elliot about how successive governments have tried and failed to tackle social care reform. Help su…
 
If democracy is government "of the people, by the people and for the people", why are we left wondering if it is the perfect form of ruling or the closest form of perfection to ruling?Join Prof. Fabian and RJ Aniket for a class on Democracy to find out ; Will China ever become a democracy? What really happened in Myanmar? Is India still a democracy…
 
Heather Stewart and Polly Toynbee assess party campaigns in the run-up to the regional and local elections on 6 May. Aubrey Allegretti asks the pollsters Emily Gray and Joe Twyman what to expect. Plus, 100 years after the partition of Ireland, Rory Carroll is joined by Prof Peter Shirlow and Patricia MacBride to look at the future of Northern Irela…
 
Why is India's current COVID wave so bad, what has populism got to do with it, and why aren't there enough vaccines in India and the world? The Jam of the Week is Footsteps by Vanilla All of our Jams of the Week can also now be found on our Spotify playlist here Please get in touch with us via Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. If you're old-school, t…
 
President Biden gives his first address to Congress to make his first 100 days in office, we have reaction from Indiana's Congressional delegates Larry Buschon, Andre Carson, and Victoria Spartz on the President's infrastructure plan. Plus we go one-on-one with Indiana Senator Mike Braun. Also, we hear more on the debate for free Pre-K and more on …
 
Since how long has been Vladimir Putin leading Russia and why is there no opposition to stand in his way? What makes Putin's rule so controversial? What is his story?Like us, if these questions also keep swirling around in your head, Prof. KP Fabian and RJ Aniket got your back.Join them for a class on the dynamics of Russian Geopolitics and changin…
 
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