IMO: Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn, Powered by Millenials
Old white men, Bernie and Jeremy have the focal point of two important waves of diverse young left activism - what does this paradox tell us about the last few decades of parliamentary politics, and how can it inform our view ahead?
Political Repression in Turkey
Ash Sarkar is joined by Kamran Matin, Ayse Zarakol and Aaron Bastani to situate recent state attacks on dissidents within a historical context, examining the evolution of the AKP and the Kurdish movement.
IMO: Corbyn Wins! Where Next?
He has the biggest democratic mandate of any party Leader in British history but he isn't so popular within the parliamentary wing of Labour. Aaron Bastani looks at the result and outlines what Corbyn would need to do to seal the deal in 2020.
On this week's show James Butler and Aaron Bastani are joined by Kristin Ross as they discuss her new book "Communal Luxury: The Political Imaginary of the Paris Commune".
Communist Strategy In The 21st Century
Back from his PhD-induced hiatus Aaron Bastani joins James Butler to discuss the subject of his thesis, observing patterns in recent social movements.
IMO: Why Is Britain A Post-Industrial Economy?
Aaron Bastani explains how Britain changed from a manufacturing economy to a service-dominated economy.
IMO: Why We Need To Scrap Tuition Fees
Aaron Bastani gives 4 reasons for #FreeEducation.
What Happened At The National Demo for #Free Education
Craig McVegas reports from the largest student demo since the famous 2010 revolts against the trippling of tuition fees.
Interview: David Harvey
Professor David Harvey talks to Aaron Bastani about capitalism, crisis and social movements post-2008.
Aaron Bastani reports from the #CopsOffCampus protest, looking at police tactics and the evolution of the UK student movement.
Failure of the 2010 UK Student Movement: A Diagnosis
This week's show asks why the UK student movement of 2010 proved incapable of enduring after the passage of the Higher Education Bill into law.
James Doran discusses the potential 'pasokification' of the Labour Party and how those within the Labour Party might best respond.