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IMO: Greece Say ‘Oxi’, Populism Is Back!

Aaron Bastani responds to the dramatic result of last weekends referendum on austerity in Greece and looks to the rest of Europe and the upcoming British referendum on EU membership for signs of a new wave of populism.

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Oxi: Crisis in Greece

On this week's show Aaron Bastani and James Butler discuss the ongoing crisis in Greece. How did we get here and what happens after Sunday's referendum?'

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IMO: What’s Going On In Greece?

Ahead of this Sunday's referendum on EU-imposed austerity measures, Aaron Bastani looks at the present state of Greece's economy, how things got so bad, and what the future might hold for other Eurozone countries.

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IMO: Post-Election Analysis

In these two videos Aaron Bastani gives his thoughts on how the election result might impact the future of the British political landscape.

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Farewell to Labour?

On this week's show Aaron Bastani is joined by Sian Berry and James Meadway as they discuss what next for Labour  - and the working class vote - after last week's general election.

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Journeys into Europe: Causes and Consequences

On this week's show Aaron Bastani is joined by Maham, Mohammed Ateek and Craig McVegas as they discuss the major causes behind undocumented migration into Europe across the Central Mediterranean.

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Syriza, What Now?

On this week's show James Butler and Aaron Bastani discuss Syriza and what next for the crisis in Greece