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Podcast of the Week: Border Trilogy

The US government’s policy on illegal migration flows through the Sonoran desert is simple: its dangerous and therefore people should be deterred. That isn’t the case: in reality hundreds of migrants die each year trying to traverse the harsh environment that leads into the United States. Clearly the policy is broken, but how did it … Continue reading Podcast of the Week: Border Trilogy

Podcast of the week: The Demise of the Hungarian Social Democrats

On the 8th of April, Victor Orban’s right-wing populist coalition Fidesz-KDNP won an astonishing 48.9% in the parliamentary election. The Socialist party–Dialogue for Hungary (MSZP), which had been ruling until Orban took power in 2010 and was the major opposition party since then, has received a humiliating 12.25%. What has happened? Last October, Social Europe’s … Continue reading Podcast of the week: The Demise of the Hungarian Social Democrats

New report calls on UK Government to be tougher on online terrorism

A report from the Henry Jackson Society says British government must do more fight terrorists on the deep web An influential foreign policy think tank has called for the UK Government to take tougher action on online extremism, in a report published on Sunday. The authors say that some “areas of the web”, including the … Continue reading New report calls on UK Government to be tougher on online terrorism

The New Yorker Radio Hour: American Bombs Falling on Yemen

Abdulqader Hilal Al-Dabab, known as Hilal, was the mayor of Sana’a. He died in March, alongside more than 140 others, when a Saudi ‘double tap air strike’ hit a funeral ceremony. The falling walls of the Grand Hall buried him; and he passed away in the ambulance to the hospital. Host Nicolas Niarchos speaks to … Continue reading The New Yorker Radio Hour: American Bombs Falling on Yemen

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