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A weekly discussion of the geopolitical implications of current events in the Asia-Pacific, hosted by Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz from The Diplomat, with regular guests.

Asia Geopolitics The Diplomat

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    • 4.8 • 13件の評価

A weekly discussion of the geopolitical implications of current events in the Asia-Pacific, hosted by Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz from The Diplomat, with regular guests.

    A New Russia-North Korea Strategic Partnership: Geopolitical Implications for Asia

    A New Russia-North Korea Strategic Partnership: Geopolitical Implications for Asia

    What does Vladimir Putin's embrace of Kim Jong Un portend for Northeast Asian geopolitics?’s Asia Geopolitics podcast hosts Ankit Panda () discusses the recent summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un with Shannon Tiezzi, ‘s editor-in-chief.

    Click the play button above to listen. If you’re an iOS or Mac user, you can also subscribe to ’s Asia Geopolitics podcast ; if you use Windows or Android, you can subscribe , or .

    If you like the podcast and have suggestions for content, please leave a review and rating on iTunes and TuneIn. You can contact the host, Ankit Panda, .

    • 18分
    Putin Goes to Beijing: Where the Russia-China Relationship Stands in 2024

    Putin Goes to Beijing: Where the Russia-China Relationship Stands in 2024

    Are Beijing and Moscow moving beyond their "no limits" partnership?’s Asia Geopolitics podcast hosts Ankit Panda () and Katie Putz () discuss the recent summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing with Shannon Tiezzi, 's editor-in-chief.

    Click the play button above to listen. If you’re an iOS or Mac user, you can also subscribe to ’s Asia Geopolitics podcast ; if you use Windows or Android, you can subscribe , or .

    If you like the podcast and have suggestions for content, please leave a review and rating on iTunes and TuneIn. You can contact the host, Ankit Panda, .

    • 23分
    Taking Stock of Russia-Central Asia Relations in 2024

    Taking Stock of Russia-Central Asia Relations in 2024

    What do Russia and the Central Asian republics stand to gain from each other?’s Asia Geopolitics podcast hosts Ankit Panda () and Katie Putz () discuss Russia-Central Asia relations after the Crocus City Hall terror attack in March 2024.

    Click the play button above to listen. If you’re an iOS or Mac user, you can also subscribe to ’s Asia Geopolitics podcast ; if you use Windows or Android, you can subscribe , or .

    If you like the podcast and have suggestions for content, please leave a review and rating on iTunes and TuneIn. You can contact the host, Ankit Panda, .

    • 13分
    India’s 2024 General Elections and Geopolitics

    India’s 2024 General Elections and Geopolitics

    What will India's 2024 vote mean for Asia and the world?’s Asia Geopolitics podcast hosts Ankit Panda () and Katie Putz () discuss the geopolitical implications of India's 2024 general elections.

    Click the play button above to listen. If you’re an iOS or Mac user, you can also subscribe to ’s Asia Geopolitics podcast ; if you use Windows or Android, you can subscribe , or .

    If you like the podcast and have suggestions for content, please leave a review and rating on iTunes and TuneIn. You can contact the host, Ankit Panda, .

    • 19分
    The US-Japan Alliance After the Biden-Kishida 2024 Summit

    The US-Japan Alliance After the Biden-Kishida 2024 Summit

    What did Kishida and Biden accomplish?’s Asia Geopolitics podcast hosts Ankit Panda () and Katie Putz () discuss the outcomes of the 2024 U.S.-Japan leaders summit.

    Click the play button above to listen. If you’re an iOS or Mac user, you can also subscribe to ’s Asia Geopolitics podcast ; if you use Windows or Android, you can subscribe , or .

    If you like the podcast and have suggestions for content, please leave a review and rating on iTunes and TuneIn. You can contact the host, Ankit Panda, .

    • 14分
    What to Look For Out of the US-Japan-Philippines Summit

    What to Look For Out of the US-Japan-Philippines Summit

    The leaders of the United States, Japan, and the Philippines will meet in Washington amid shared and growing concerns about China.’s Asia Geopolitics podcast hosts Ankit Panda () and Katie Putz () preview the April 2024 U.S.-Japan-Philippines summit.

    Click the play button above to listen. If you’re an iOS or Mac user, you can also subscribe to ’s Asia Geopolitics podcast ; if you use Windows or Android, you can subscribe , or .

    If you like the podcast and have suggestions for content, please leave a review and rating on iTunes and TuneIn. You can contact the host, Ankit Panda, .

    • 13分

カスタマーレビュー

4.8/5
13件の評価

13件の評価

Standards Geek

Excellent as alway

Just here to add that I really appreciated Katie Potts (if misspelled, very sorry!) asking, “what do you think people should be asking about this topic?” Far too few hosts do, and as here, it’s usually enlightening. Asking good questions is almost always much harder than giving good answers! And here is one of the great questioners.

Fire a missile, get a pod

Ankit mentioned recently that the pod is only a few short of 150 reviews. This addition probably won’t count, since I had one on record, but I will say that the recent convergence to another pod’s standard of “fire a missile, get a pod” is welcome because I enjoy hearing multiple opinions on the same event from open source wonks and from policy wonks.

Analysis by Gentlemanly Scholars

Ankit Panda is a gentleman and a scholar. Other wonks envy his dapper dress and his comprehensive understanding of Indo-Pacific issues. He is a complement to almost any expert on geopolitics of the region, and especially on arms control issues. His recent interview with Robert Farley about the US withdrawal from the INF is typical. While both have strongly held views that are in conflict, they expose their agreements as well as their disagreements to the light of analysis from differing viewpoints, informing the listener about the roots of both ideas, the trunk of agreement, and the diverging branches. At the end, Ankit gracefully concedes the last word to Robert, who responds in kind by admitting uncertainty about some of his views, while taking advantage of the opportunity to go off on a bit of a tangent about Trump’s foreign relations efforts. All in all, a copacetic podcast. You don’t always get such a nicely contrasting guest, but you can count on the host to ensure a listenable, highly informative conversation.

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TheDiplomat

Excellent

Yuto Jack

Daniel

Great to get some informed English analysis on Asia! I listen to every episode, thanks guys!

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