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Episode 22: Modi's India and the Future of Soccer in America

Good afternoon, TAI podcast listeners! We’ve got nearly 40 minutes of informative, entertaining content for you this week.

First, Michael Mandelbaum, TAI board member and Christian A. Herter Professor of American Foreign Policy at The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, returns the show to reflect on the recent ascendancy of soccer in America’s consciousness, and shares his reservations for the future of the sport in the US.

Then, distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation in Delhi, foreign affairs columnist for the Indian Express, and TAI board member C. Raja Mohan discusses India’s new prime minister Narendra Modi, and what his election means for the Indian economy, job creation, and Asian geopolitics.

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Published on: July 7, 2014
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