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The pre-election compilation of reporting of the French election is wonderful, providing real context to a story not necessarily followed.
Ukranians should proud of their responsible president.I hipe they win and experience peace as soon as they wish.
Jason is a big reason why I cannot start my day without the intelligence podcast and why it stands head and shoulders above other current affairs podcasts. He lets the experts and editors shine. Agree with other reviews that Jon sounds rehearsed, stilted and overeager to contribute.
Checks and Balance should be removed from your otherwise excellent offerings. Very disappointed in the Checks and Balance program and it lowers your back and. This biased effort is beneath the quality of your other podcasts.
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The Economist Podcasts launched 16 years ago and published 2500 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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