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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.

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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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Best Of Wire (E002)

Novara Wire editor Craig McVegas looks through some of the hottest articles published on Wire this past month in which Wire covered Charlie Hebdo, the Greek Elections and financialisation in the pharmaceuticals industry.

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Is There Such a Thing as ‘The Real Economy’?

On this week's show Aaron Bastani and James Butler discuss the idea of the 'real economy' as being independent from the supposedly 'unreal' financial economy. Does this binary still cohere with the observable workings of contemporary production in the 21st century?