In this episode Will speaks to Aleks Szczerbiak, Professor of Politics at the University of Sussex, about the Law and Justice part in Poland; Poland’s relationship with Catholicism and Russia; Poland’s reaction to the Ukrainian refugee crisis and the Law and Justice Party’s relationship with NATO and the EU.
Aufhebunga Bunga – Übermenschen of Capital Part 2 featuring Ishay Landa
On the links between economic liberalism and fascism. Ishay Landa talks to us about the “Apprentice’s Sorcerer”: how political liberalism enfranchises the masses, to the disgruntlement of economic liberals, who then have to turn to […]
Richard Murphy – How to fix the tax system
October 30, 2018 Mathew D. Rose Economics, EU politics, Finance, Inequality, National Politics, Tax 0
The effects of cuts to public spending in the name of austerity are clear to see. But what has happened to the tax system over this time? Tax expert and campaigner Professor Richard Murphy explains […]
Aleks Szczerbiak – How is the Belarusian border refugee crisis affecting Polish politics?
The EU and otherwise decried Polish party PIS seem to find themselves united against refugees and their call of “Build the wall” Aleks Szczerbiak is Professor of Politics and Contemporary European Studies at the University […]
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