David Whyte interviews Mireia Vehí, member of the Catalonian Parliament (CUP) about the prospects for developing popular power in a new republic and what might happen after the Calalonian election next week.
I cover “the usual” in my talk itself: the empirical data that screams that credit plays an essential role in macroeconomics, the a priori reasons that mainstream economists ignore it, why this is logically wrong […]
Syriza lost the last Greek elections after 4 1/2 years in power. What happened to a party that, for a time, represented the European radical left’s hopes? Did it achieve anything in power? Many talk […]
Russia Today speaks to Dr Jason Hickel, who serves on the Labour Party task force on international development, on inequality, a Green New Deal, his new book ‘The Divide’, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Jeremy Corbyn and […]