Downstream: The World’s Biggest Political Streamer. Aaron Bastani Meets Hasan Piker
Downstream: Could Donald Trump Win in 2024?
Aaron Bastani meets Nina Turner, co-chair of the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign, to discuss the American left under the Biden Presidency, the prospect of Donald Trump running in 2024 and how American workers can build a more progressive politics.
Opinion: All Eyes Are on the White House, But a Republican Senate Would Define a Biden Presidency
by Freddie Stuart
Live: Kamala Calling (with Nomiki Konst)
Nomiki Konst joins Michael Walker and Dalia Gebrial to discuss Kamala Harris being picked as Joe Biden’s running mate. Plus, Professor Simon Lewis on climate change heatwaves and Commonwealth Director Mathew Lawrence on Britain’s record breaking recession.
Analysis: Beyond Bernie: Down-Ballot Races to Watch in June and July
by Freddie Stuart and Aaron White
With nationwide protests showing little sign of relenting, the next major slate of elections will indicate whether mass mobilisations will significantly alter the composition of the Democratic party. Freddie Stuart and Aaron White look at the candidates and races to watch in the second instalment of our series on the US 2020 elections.
Live: Biden in the Dock (with Ana Kasparian)
Ana Kasparian joins Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani to discuss allegations against potential Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Plus, the Johnson government fix testing numbers & Yara Hawari on coronavirus in Palestine.
Live: Socialism After Sanders
With Bernie Sanders bowing out of the race for Democrat nominee, what next for the US left? Is this the end of something, or the start?
Live: Bernie Hits the Jackpot
Michael Walker, Aaron Bastani and Dalia Gebrial discuss Bernie’s big win in Nevada, ballots dropping in the Labour leadership race, and the start of Julian Assange’s extradition hearing.
GE2019: Why a Great Corbyn Campaign Is Good News for Bernie Sanders
by Jake Woodier
For the first time in a long time, there are significant social forces on both sides of the Atlantic working to build a cross-pollinating international movement, writes Jake Woodier, while also waging their own campaigns embodying a major push-back against the forces of far-right neoliberal capital.