E62: Greece and the EU drowned desperate people in the Mediterranean — and lied about it


Why is Europe so intent on keeping desperate people from crossing its borders in the Mediterranean? Our panel discusses.

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E61: The cost of living crisis – what’s causing it, how bad will it get, and how do we fix it?


Prices are on the rise everywhere you look. But why? Our panel, including Yanis Varoufakis, Erik Edman and Julijana Zita, discusses.

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E60: Julian Assange’s extradition to the US


We ask Renata Ávila, one of Julian Assange’s lawyers, about his options, and what people can do.

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E59: Real allies and rainbow washing: Is Pride month still true to its original goals?


Pride month is when corporations take to social media to signal their progressive credentials. But are they genuinely interested in creating ...

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E58: Does neutrality mean indifference? Europe’s place in a world of escalating tensions


Does neutrality mean indifference in the face of a war of aggression and all the suffering that follows?

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E57: A manifesto to overthrow Europe’s oligarchy


May 9 is Europe Day, but there’s little reason to celebrate. Our response? To reboot our movement, with our new manifesto.

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E56: The Establishment and the far-right: Two sides of the same coin?


History is repeating itself, as Macron is facing off against Le Pen in the French presidential elections

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E55: How to (radically) confront the economic collapse


Energy prices and the cost of living continue to skyrocket, turning the poor poorer and the rich richer. How can everyday people fight back?

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E54: Ukraine war: Propaganda, xenophobia and censorship


Putin's invasion of Ukraine has led to international outcry but a backlash is taking place against Russian culture and people.

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