For his third term, Lula faces the ghosts of Bolsonarismo, contradictions in his own ruling coalition, and tough global conditions. On our podcast this week.
Global South countries are leveraging competition between China, Russia, and the US to address multifaceted crises. Is it enough? Tune in to our discussion on the AIAC Podcast.
Peru’s leftist president, Pedro Castillo, was impeached and arrested last month, triggering nation-wide protests. This week on the AIAC podcast we discuss what comes next for the divided nation.
The 2022 Men’s World Football Cup is in its knockout stages, so the Africa Is a Country podcast catches up with some of the most exciting events so far in the tournament.
The 22nd FIFA Men’s World Cup, held in Qatar, is getting political. This week on the AIAC podcast, we discuss the sport and the politics with Tony Karon and Sean Jacobs.
Whether or not Twitter survives should be irrelevant to those committed to building a democratic public sphere.
This week on the AIAC podcast, we discuss a new posthumous collection of writing from Binyavanga Wainana.
In South Africa, land occupiers are evicted from their homes in the name of housing delivery. On the Africa Is a Country Podcast this week, we attempt to understand why.
That reactionary politics today lack a mass character is what makes them so dangerous.
Where can the left look to inspiration in the wake of defeat? Our first letter from our new deputy editor.
South African policing is a tool of social control and repression. Are democratic and humanistic alternatives possible? This week on the AIAC podcast, we discuss.
Politics is about effectiveness, and casting youth as a political subject (rather than simply a demographic), is a bad way to do politics.
On this week’s AIAC podcast: After an upswing before the pandemic, the global climate justice movement currently looks stuck. What kind of climate politics can appeal to the majority of people?
On this week’s AIAC Podcast: A decade after the Arab Spring, Egypt faces troubled times. Could we see another uprising?
The world has changed significantly since the 2008 financial crisis. But the roots of today’s disorder, stretch further back than we think. This week on the AIAC Podcast, we discuss.
Is class still a useful category for understanding capitalism and oppression? We discuss with Vivek Chibber on our podcast. Listen.