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Bridging the gap

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Bridging the gap is a podcast that brings east and western ideas, thoughts, and hot topics in easy-to-grasp 20 minute episodes. Todd Royal (the west based in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.)  is an energy author, internationally published writer and consultant focusing on all aspects of energy, foreign policy, and national security. Osama Rizvi is based in Pakistan (the east) is a writer and consultant who brings the viewpoint of Central Asia and the entire Asian hemisphere in a progressive manner that incorporates Pakistan, China, India into the Middle East.

We are living in the Asian Century. Todd and Osama are excited to bring you a podcast that is unlike anything you can find globally, domestically in the U.S. or all of Asia. Both podcasters will challenge your opinions, global issues such as Pakistan and India relations, and how Asia will run the world for the remainder of this century.

Enjoy a diverse, dynamic, interesting podcast!

Todd and Osama

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India’s and Pakistan’s attitude towards Afghanistan | podcast

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The CIA, MI6 and the Russian Security Council have recently pointed out that India is emerging as a global hub for the development of intelligence operations on Afghan soil, while also becoming the vital sponsor of the military opposition to the Taliban.You are listening to the podcast version of the article: https://moderndiplomacy.eu/2021/11/16/indias-and-pakistans-attitude-towards-afghanistan/

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Afghanistan: The Humanitarian Imperative Must Come First to Avoid Catastrophe | podcast

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The international community must urgently step-up direct funding through United Nations agencies and NGOs to provide Afghan girls & boys with the life-saving support they need now. You are listening to the podcast version of the article: https://moderndiplomacy.eu/2021/11/14/afghanistan-the-humanitarian-imperative-must-come-first-to-avoid-catastrophe/

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Being Black in the Bundestag | podcast

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The official dress down as Chancellor for Angela Merkel is in full swing. Recently, the first significant step that would shape Germany’s policies in the next political dispensation took place in Berlin; that day the parliament swore-in legislators who had been elected few weeks earlier.You are listening to the podcast version of the article: https://moderndiplomacy.eu/2021/11/13/being-black-in-the-bundestag/

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