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Biden won and Trump lost, but progressives mustn't be complacent, says Jerome Karabel, professor of sociology at the University of California at Berkeley. In this month's podcast, he discusses Trumpism as a force that has reshaped US politics – and will continue to do so long after Trump leaves the White House. -2020/12/ Podcast, 2020/12 USA, 2020/…
 
China has the world's worst record for illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing. In this month's podcast, award-winning journalist Ian Urbina discusses his own encounter with aggressive Chinese vessels in the Sea of Japan and the wider implications for the world's dwindling fish stocks. -2020/11/ 2020/11 fishing, Podcast, 2020/11 fishing…
 
A month before the US election, George Miller talked to author and journalist Thomas Frank at the end of the week that saw the first presidential debate, revelation of Trump's tiny tax bill and his Covid-19 diagnosis. When the present is so chaotic, can an awareness of US history help make some sense of it all? -2020/10/ Podcast, 2020/10 usa…
 
In this month's podcast, George Miller talks to Le Monde diplomatique's deputy editor, Akram Belkaïd, about the global rise of evangelical Christianity. Why are evangelical churches growing so rapidly and what does their uncompromisingly conservative political agenda mean for progressive politics? -2020/09/ 2020/09 evangelicals, Podcast…
 
‘England is faltering,' says our guest in this month's podcast, Professor Sir Michael Marmot. After a decade of austerity, health inequalities in England are significantly worse than in 2010, when he published his official review, ‘Fair Society, Healthy Lives'. Here he discusses austerity's long shadow and what should be done about it on the other …
 
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