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The primary aim of the broadcast is reflecting the role and rise of the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi. The podcast is aimed at discussing the state of affairs in India. Muslims are looked down upon and Modi is deemed the pioneer of such radical instances and inciting sentiments of the mob. There have been discussed instances where a mob killed others and police officers were also standing by. The members of Modi's party will safeguard the interest of these men because Modi strengthened the climate of intolerance. Any person who goes against Hinduism is considered a sin and immoral act. He failed to enhance the economic prosperity and eliminated use of big currency. He claimed criminals were hoarding the money and piles of cash will be wiped out. However, a crisis of currency suffered and sustained for several months. Narendra Modi has been the focus of the debate. Jeffrey Gettleman was the guest who answered questions of the reporter from the New York Times. His political concerns, ideologies and actions are discussed before the start of the new election. He is portrayed as an extreme Hindu nationalist who cannot tolerate domination or rise of other religions, especially Muslims. Right-wing populist and pitted were words which I came across and learned in the podcast.
I learned about the political structure present in India. I was aware there existed conflicts between Muslims and Hindus but I was shocked after hearing acts of corrupt rulers. Modi said Muslims should be compared to dogs is an utter reflection of his anti-Muslim views to become the Prime Minister of India. I shall rate the podcast at level 8 out of 10 because it offers a critical analysis on acts of Modi and relevant parties to strengthen the right-wing nationalism. It is not confusing but it may sound dull because of a phase comprising economic discussion.
The primary purpose of the podcast is shedding light on the Chinese nature of international trade and the reaction of Donald Trump to extend the trade war with China. China has not adhered to the rules of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and traded at the stake of international policies. The purpose of other states starting trade with China was an attempt to change them into a liberal democracy but the instances reflected an entirely different picture. Selling steel at a low price was the initiative and later the quality of iron made them earn significant profits which were the starting point. Essentially, the focus is put at the trade fight lead by President Trump and the trade war may continue for longer than expected. Peter Goodman was the guest who answered critical questions in detail asked by a reporter, Natalie, from the New York Times. Colonialism and notion were the words I came across in the podcast as new.
I shall say the podcast tries to explain the nature and policies of China to conduct international trade. The view of China was not in line with policies of WTO which has been expressed in the last decade. The war launched by Trump is likely to continue for an uncertain time which may not end as per the desires of several stakeholders. I shall rate in on 6th level out of 10 as it discusses a dull topic and offers confusing arguments related to implications of the trade war launched by Trump against China. However, it surely was effective to expand the horizon pertinent to international trade policies pursued by China.
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