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    Hicham Yezza on what went wrong for the UK's Labour Party

    Hicham Yezza on what went wrong for the UK's Labour Party

    This month, Hicham Yezza, editor-in-chief of Ceasefire Magazine, discusses what caused the Labour Party's worst election result since 1935. Was it all about Brexit? Or leadership, or a hostile media? And where does the party go from here?



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    2020/01

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    2020/01 Brexit

    ‘The murderous cycle continued'

    ‘The murderous cycle continued'

    The evidence that the British state colluded with loyalist paramilitaries during the Troubles in Northern Ireland is well established. But, our guest on this month's podcast Daniel Finn tells us, ‘the battle over historical memory has become a story in its own right' – and one that continues to weigh on the present.



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    2019/12

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    ‘No one was listening'

    ‘No one was listening'

    Residents of Grenfell Tower had warned of the fire risk in their building before the devastating conflagration of June 2017, but their concerns were ignored. In this month's podcast, writer Claire Launchbury talks about what has happened since: has the official inquiry, which has just issued the first part of its report, allowed survivors' voices to be heard? And will anyone ultimately be held (...)



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    2019/12

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    2019/12 Grenfell

    Sarah Seo on Americans, their cars and the law

    Sarah Seo on Americans, their cars and the law

    Why has driving always been such a legally fraught area of American life? Legal historian Sarah Seo explains why law enforcement so often comes into conflict with motorists, even in an age of sophisticated enforcement technology.


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    2019/11

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    2019/11 cars

    Ibrahim Warde on the rise and fall of Abraaj

    Ibrahim Warde on the rise and fall of Abraaj

    Abraaj, the private equity firm that specialised in the developing world, counted the World Bank and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation among its high-profile backers. Ibrahim Warde explains how its success story all went wrong.



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    2019/11

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    2019/11 abraaj

    The emerging US-China cold war

    The emerging US-China cold war

    In this month's podcast, Philip S Golub of the American University of Paris explains that Trump's trade war with China is not only damaging bilateral relations between these countries, it's also fundamentally altering the character of international relations and the course of globalisation.



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    2019/10

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    2019/10 china

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