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Out of Order is a German Marshall Fund podcast about how our world was, is, and will be ordered. From the way the pandemic is shaping geopolitics; to the dark side of tech for democracy; to the political movements, elections and uprisings changing global governance; the podcast brings together international experts from inside and outside of GMF to help us understand our disordered world. In addition to Out of Order episodes, GMF also produces topical mini-series including Post-Pandemic Orde ...
 
A weekly discussion from the editors of Contrivers' Review. Cover Art: This photograph is part of the Fonds André Cros, preserved by the city archives of Toulouse and released under CC BY-SA 4.0 license by the deliberation n°27.3 of June 23rd, 2017 of the Town Council of the City of Toulouse.
 
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Paper: "Flexible Security Arrangements and the Future of NATO Partnerships" (Steven Keil and Sophie Arts, GMFUS.org) Op-Ed: "New Possibilities Open for the U.S.-Poland Relationship" (Michal Baranowski, RealClearWorld) Policy Brief Series: "Agenda 2021: A Blueprint for U.S.-Europe-India Cooperation" (Garima Mohan, GMFUS.org)…
 
Sham, Abhijit and Kushal Discuss the sudden interest by celebrities and influences like Rihanna, Greta Thunberg and Mia Khalifa in the farmers protests. They also look at leaked documents from Greta Thunberg's tweets that reveal a pre-planned strategy to attack India and question her democratic credentials from far-left and other anti-India organiz…
 
Sham, Abhijit, and Kushal discuss the violence and vandalism at the historic Red Fort during the Kisan Tractor Rally. We discuss whether the farmers protest loses credibility in the eyes of the people after the violent Kisan Tractor Rally. We also discuss how The journalists who attacked Trump supporters for attacking the US capitol were happy to s…
 
Sham, Abhijit Iyer-Mitra, and Kushal discuss the Biden inauguration, his speech, what to expect from the Biden administration, and how the world will start to heal with Kamala Harris' love. And of course how happy Lutyens' Indians are. We also discuss the government offering to postpone the farm laws, Jack Ma's strange video, and meme review! #bide…
 
Out of Order is turning to the not-so-distant past to take stock of Germany’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union, which recently ended. After six months helming the EU’s policy agenda… what were the expectations and how did Germany fare? And now that Portugal has picked up the baton, what should the priorities for 2021 be? GMF’s Sudha …
 
Abhijit Iyer-Mitra and Kushal Mehra are back on The Show today to discuss the controversy around Munawar Faruqui, and his arrest for abusing Ram, Sita and for making comments against Amit Shah. We discuss the state of free speech in India in general. We also discuss Swara Bhaskar's stupid comments on the Pakistan temple Attack. Finally, we discuss …
 
Report: “A Future Internet for Democracies: Contesting China’s Push for Dominance in 5G, 6G, and the Internet of Everything” (Lindsay Gorman, Alliance for Securing Democracy) Article: "Democratic Source Code for a New EU-U.S. Tech Alliance" (Marietje Schaake and Tyson Barker, Lawfare)By Marietje Schaake, Zachary Tarrant, Sydney Simon, Lindsay Gorman
 
There has been a lot of protesting going on the Farm Bills in India, including a sustained protest from the farmers of Punjab And Haryana. But are the farm bills good or bad? Are the farmers protests right? What are some of the common objections that people have against the Bills? Economist Karan Bhasin explains some objections and offers some answ…
 
Abhijit Iyer-Mitra returns to The Show to talk about Rajnikant's new political party, Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez's "tax the rich" merch that only rich people can afford, and review some memes! #aoc #rajnikanth #memereview ---------------------------------------- Follow Sham: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shamsharmashow/ Twitter: https://twitter.c…
 
I welcome journalist Aditya Raj Kaul to The Show to discuss the recently held District Development Council (DDC) elections in Jammu and Kashmir. We talk about the importance of these elections and the involvement of the Gupkar alliance. We also discuss the hope for representative democracy, integration with mainstream India, and normalcy in Jammu a…
 
I talk to black libertarian-conservative YouTuber, Christian Watson about US Politics. We discuss the Biden-Kamala Harris regime and what to expect. We also discuss the #blacklivesmatter protests over George Floyd, racial justice, police reform and whether more/less police is the answer. ---------------------------------------- Follow Sham: Faceboo…
 
Op-Ed: "I Helped Negotiate the Iran Deal. Here's How Joe Biden Could Revive It." (Catherine Ashton, TIME) Report: "Together or Alone: Choices and Strategies for Transatlantic Relations for 2021 and Beyond." (The German Marshall Fund and the Bundeskanzler-Helmut-Schmidt-Stiftung)By Zachary Tarrant
 
I talk to Harsh Madhusudan Gupta and Rajeev Mantri about their new book, "A New Idea Of India", which aims to help India own her status as a unique civilizational state. The book lays out some guidelines and ideas to move away from Nehruvian pseudo-secularism of COngress and other "secular" parties, towards real secularism. It aims to encourage the…
 
Abhijit Iyer-Mitra Returns to The Show to discuss Arnab Goswami's release from prison. We discuss how Leftists have turned Arnab into a Hero. Leftists are angry at Arnab that he has become successful without the help and blessing of the Established Lutyens' media and their anger just makes him stronger. #arnabisback #arnabgoswami #indiawitharnab --…
 
Related Reading: "Iran and Russia Seeks to Influence Election in Final Days, U.S. Officials Warn" (The New York Times, October 21, 2020) "Cyberattacks, Foreign Interference, and Digital Infrastructure: Conducting Secure Elections Amid Pandemic" (The Alliance for Securing Democracy and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems) "Voting by M…
 
The media plays an essential role in every democracy; but in an election season marked with uncertainty on many different levels, the responsibility of the press corps to preserve the truth while getting the story right is even greater. Now armed with the lessons of 2016—and with disinformation and misinformation still rampant – how is one of Ameri…
 
This week, we’re handing the mic over to Josh Rudolph, the Malign Finance fellow at GMF’s Alliance for Securing Democracy and the author of the new report, Covert Foreign Money. Josh is joined by Luke Harding, best-selling author and senior international correspondent at The Guardian. Harding, who served as The Guardian’s Moscow bureau chief from 2…
 
Over one year after the abrogation of article 370, what is the situation in Kashmir like? Is Kashmir better off than it was a year ago? Is the state now in the hands of people who wish to integrate it into the Indian mainstream? Has the infiltration from Pakistan subsided? Are The domicile rules just another imposition of article 370? What does the…
 
Sham and Kushal are back to discuss Audrey Truschke's answer to questions about her research. She responded by saying that she is being attacked because she's a woman and that she is an expert because she has a Ph.D. and a book. We also discuss the Supreme Court's Censorship of Sudarshan TV and why it's very dangerous. #aurangzeb #sudarshantv -----…
 
For almost the entirety of its nearly three decades of independence, the former Soviet country of Belarus has been led under an iron fist by autocrat Alexander Lukashenko. When Belarusians went to the polls last month to vote for their next president, few could have imagined the push for political change —and the movement of mass protests that woul…
 
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the rhetoric often associated with it, is becoming an integral template for campaigns often associated with advancing Kashmiri separatism. I welcome back to The Show, Cliff Smith, and Sam Westrop from the Middle East Forum to discuss how the enemies of both Israel and India are increasingly working together, wh…
 
We talk with Candidate Kael Weston about his time at the State Department, Fallujah, his book ,and his congressional campaign. Kael believes that Utah has a political model of civility that is an example for the nation. We talk fake patriotism, indivisibility, and how critical thinking is imperative for a democracy. There is also some pizza ASMR. K…
 
Sham and Kushal welcome special guest Abhijit Iyer-Mitra to the podcast to discuss the Democratic National Convention, "Indian" Kamala as Biden's VP, Biden's melting brain, Kamala's opportunism, and the Biden-Kamala combo's chances of beating Trump in the upcoming US elections. #kamalaharris #uselections2020 #trump ---------------------------------…
 
The experience of military veterans returning home may often be thought of as a local or national issue - but it is universal. From studying Denmark’s veteran's transition resources and applying best practices back in the U.S., to the unlikely path that led him to help establish the first Ministry of Veteran’s Affairs in Ukraine, no one appreciates…
 
After centuries of exile, Lord Ram finally comes back home to sit on his rightful throne at Ayodhya. The Bhoomi Pujan at Ayodhya by PM Modi was massively celebrated by most Indians, irrespective of caste or creed. People were finally happy to close this painful chapter of Indian history and move on to closer integration between various communities …
 
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