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The Inside Story Podcast -- where we dissect, analyse and help define major global stories.

    Is the end of military rule in Sudan imminent?

    Is the end of military rule in Sudan imminent?

    An agreement between Sudan's military and a coalition of political parties is a step towards democracy. It's been welcomed internationally, but opposition remains at home. So, is this really the end of military rule in Sudan?

    Join host Cyril Vanier.

    Guests: 

    Alaaeldin Awad Mohamed Nogoud - Sudanese Consultants and Specialists Committee.

    Kholood Khair - Founding Director, Confluence Advisory.

    Alan Boswell - Horn of Africa Director, International Crisis Group.

    • 22 min
    How should the UK gov't respond to national strikes?

    How should the UK gov't respond to national strikes?

    Hundreds of thousands of public sector employees are going on strike this month in the UK. They say they've had enough of low wages and rising living costs. So, how should the government respond?

    Join host Dareen Abughaida.

    Guests:

    Onay Kasab - National Lead Officer, Unite the Union.

    Claire Pearsall - UK Conservative Party Councillor.

    Naeem Aslam - Chief Market Analyst, AvaTrade.

    • 22 min
    What's behind the rising violence in Israel-Palestine?

    What's behind the rising violence in Israel-Palestine?

    The UN warns of violence reaching 'boiling point' between Israelis and Palestinians. At least 240 people have been killed this year. What's behind the increase? And can the situation be contained?

    Join host Dareen Abughaida.

    Guests:

    Akiva Eldar - Contributor to Haaretz.

    Nour Odeh - Political Analyst.

    Bill Law - Editor of Arab Digest 

    • 23 min
    Can a new drug cure Alzheimer's disease?

    Can a new drug cure Alzheimer's disease?

    Data from Japanese and American Pharmaceutical companies show how a new drug can significantly slow down cognitive decline in some patients by 27 percent. So, what will be the impact of this new drug?

    Join host Mohammed Jamjoom.

    Guests:

    Graeme Sutherland - Social Media Ambassador for Alzheimer Scotland.

    Bart De Strooper - Director of the UK Dementia Institute.

    Susan Kohlhaas - Director of Research at Alzheimer's Research UK.

    • 20 min
    Will Mozambique recover from its $2bn corruption scandal?

    Will Mozambique recover from its $2bn corruption scandal?

    A court in Mozambique has begun delivering its verdict, which is expected to take five days, in the trial of 19 people accused of a wide range of financial crimes. It's in connection with a $2 billion scheme. So, how will Mozambique move on from this financial crisis?Join host Adrian Finighan.Guests:Denise Namburete - Founder, N'Weti.Fernando Lima - Investigative Journalist.Borges Nhamirre - Researcher with the Public Integrity Center in Mozambique

    • 23 min
    How can countries ensure cultural repatriation?

    How can countries ensure cultural repatriation?

    Museums around the world are returning artefacts to their countries of origin. One in London has sent back its entire collection of Benin Bronzes to Nigeria's government. So,  how can other countries ensure their cultural treasures are given back, and be displayed for generations to come?

    Join host Adrian Finighan.

    Guests:

    Barnaby Phillips - Author.

    Dr. Jos van Beurden - Senior Researcher at Free University, Amsterdam.

    Luigi Prada - Professor of Egyptology, Uppsala University.

    • 21 min

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