FP Live fans regularly tune in to watch host Ravi Agrawal grill world leaders and policymakers.
In a special Ask-Me-Anything on FP Live, the tables have turned. Agrawal fields questions from FP subscribers and listeners about everything from the real state of the Chinese economy to what book is on his bedside table.
Watch here or listen to the FP Live podcast to hear from FP’s editor in chief on the most consequential issues around the globe—and what he’s learned from interviewing all those big names.
This episode was recorded before the Wagner group leader, Yevgeny Prigozhin, was reportedly killed in a plane crash in Russia.
FP’s executive editor, Amelia Lester, asks FP editor in chief Ravi Agrawal about how he views the Biden-Modi relationship.
Watch FP Live host Ravi Agrawal answer a question from an FP Live listener about U.S. trade policies vis-à-vis China.
Does Agrawal believe that generative artificial intelligence and deepfakes will constitute a significant risk for democracies? Watch to see his answer to FP Live listener questions.
Ever wonder what it was like for a TV reporter and broadcast producer to transition to working as the editor in chief of a magazine? Watch to learn more about Agrawal’s journalism career.
Editor in chief, Foreign Policy
Ravi Agrawal is the editor in chief of Foreign Policy, the host of FP Live, and a regular world affairs analyst on TV and radio. Before joining FP in 2018, Agrawal worked at CNN for more than a decade in full-time roles spanning three continents, including as the network’s New Delhi bureau chief and correspondent. He is the author of India Connected: How the Smartphone Is Transforming the World’s Largest Democracy.
Executive editor, Foreign Policy
Amelia Lester is the executive editor at Foreign Policy. She has worked as a journalist on three continents, most recently reporting in Japan for publications including the Economist, the New York Times, and the New York Review of Books. Previously, she was the editor in chief of the weekend magazine of the Sydney Morning Herald and Melbourne Age newspapers and, before that, managing editor and an executive editor at the New Yorker. Lester lives in Washington, D.C., and is a graduate of Harvard University.