From pandemic-related videos going viral in China to many outraged at NATO’s refusal to include Ukraine and the shock of countries still doing business with Russia.

What are these decisions about? Why are these being made?

In this episode, Brent Mekosh is joined by the director of Royal Capital in Bangladesh, Sami Chowdhury. Together, they explain how these conflicts reveal the truth of those in power, diving into the lack of food in China and the economic and political impact of global decisions made in response to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

Sami discusses:

  • How the current Chinese government differs from past governments
  • Reasons India continues trading with Russia
  • The impact of removing Russian from the global financial system
  • Why does Russia refuse to let Ukraine join NATO
  • And more!

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Episode 14 - A Conversation On Global Decision-Making with Sami Chowdhury

by Brent Mekosh