CFR’s Religion and Foreign Policy Program serves as a resource for the faith community, bringing together congregational and lay leaders, religion scholars, and representatives of faith-based organizations for conversations on issues at the intersection of religion and global affairs.
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Best analysis on the web, but fix the audio quality
It’s 2018, come on now. Sounds like I’m listening to a World War II recording. But if you can decipher the words, best analysis on the podcast sphere
Typical CFR leftist podcast
CFR only has guests who are in alignment with the elites’ leftist agenda. There is no debate and only one point of view. I wouldn’t say they lie but they distort and phrase their statements to mislead.
Council on Foreign Relations?
Many of these CFR episodes cover US domestic policy topics, and feature very partisan “experts”. I’m not sure how addressing gun violence in the United States is a foreign policy topic. Reverend Bates-Chamberlain publicly called for the United States Constitution to be rewritten because it was written by “racist white men who owned slaves”.
Dr. Ali H. Mokdad repeatedly advocates universal free college, universal healthcare, and an “end to inequality”as the only way to end gun violence in the United States.
I recommend skipping this podcast.