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Paris Attacks: The Aftermath and the History

This week Ash Sarkar is joined by Eleanor Penny, James Butler and Sam Kriss to discuss the Paris attacks, the political responses and how they can be understood in the context of migration and colonialism.

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Arts Strike Now! 5 Reasons Cultural Workers are Boycotting the Zabludowicz Collection

by BDZ Group

Amid the erosion of public arts funding, the private Zabludowicz Collection has stepped up as the post-austerity arts pathbreaker. Notorious for its complicity in Israeli militarism, it is now the target of a boycott by cultural workers.
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Interview: Antony Loewenstein

Aaron Bastani speaks to Antony Loewenstein, author of 'Disaster Capitalism', about migration, Europe and what it means to be a journalist in the 21st century.


Inventing the Future

This week Aaron Bastani is joined by Alex Williams and Nick Srnicek, co-editors of "Inventing the Future: Postcapitalism and a world without work"

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If we want to challenge terrorism, we need to tackle climate change

by Steve Rushton

Sunday Long Read: Following the Paris attacks, the French authorities banned planned marches at the forthcoming UN Climate Conference. This is counterproductive for tackling ISIS: the climate movement needs to be listened to in order to tackle terrorism.
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Interview: Yanis Varoufakis

Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis sits down with Aaron Bastani, discussing everything from Nigel Farage to 'libertarian marxism' and the future of capitalism.


Cops – What Are They Good For?

Since the police force was established in Britain in 1829 the list of their crimes, committed largely with impunity, continues to rise at an alarming rate. James Butler asks: is it time we started to question whether this broken institution actually does more harm than good?