State of Power

By State of Power

Let us introduce you to some of the fascinating people we work with to help you make sense of the world’s most complex challenges. In this podcast we share our research, explore alternatives to the status quo and give a platform to scholars and activists who are at the forefront of the fight against the current neoliberal order. We believe there are alternatives to this world and hope you do too.

  1. 1.
    49: Geo-politics and Revolutionary Change: The Case of Lebanon (In Conversation with Hicham Safieddine)
    1:19:22
  2. 2.
    48: Resisting the Sengwa Coal Power Plant in Zimbabwe: In Conversation with Melania Chiponda
    44:44
  3. 3.
    47: The Racist Roots of the War on Terror: Arun Kundnani in conversation with Deepa Kumar
    51:20
  4. 4.
    46: Tunisia's "Coup not Coup": In Conversation with Heythem Guesmi
    1:04:25
  5. 5.
    45: What makes a Revolution? The Arab Uprisings a Decade on: In Conversation with Jamie Allinson.
    57:00
  6. 6.
    44: Defending the Right to Food Sovereignty: In Conversation with Paula Gioia
    37:27
  7. 7.
    43: The Energy Transition Myth: In conversation with Sean Sweeney
    45:27
  8. 8.
    42: The problem with COVAX: In conversation with Harris Gleckman.
    46:56
  1. 9.
    41: Becoming Black: Coercive power, the state and racism in a time of crisis (In conversation with Olúfémi Táíwò and Achille Mbembe)
    1:09:45
  2. 10.
    40: Africa's Last Colonial Currency : In conversation with Ndongo Samba Sylla
    49:10
  3. 11.
    39: Wealth and Power 3. The New Connected World (with Roger Van Zwanenberg)
    48:01
  4. 12.
    38: Forward to the land: A conversation with European Peasant Farmers.
    1:11:29
  5. 13.
    37: Algeria's popular movement - the Hirak: A Conversation with Brahim Rouabah
    1:02:16
  6. 14.
    36: Wealth and Power 2. Colonialism (with Roger Van Zwanenberg)
    47:04
  7. 15.
    34: Choosing to Challenge the Patriarchy in Indonesia: In conversation with Arieska Kurniawaty
    35:55
  8. 16.
    33: Wealth and Power 1. Racism (with Roger Van Zwanenberg)
    42:14
  9. 17.
    32: The Case for Apartheid Studies: In conversation with Nyasha Mboti
    46:13
  10. 18.
    31: People-Powered Movements versus Shell: In conversation with Chihiro Geuzenbroek and Anna Bissila
    37:53
  11. 19.
    30: Extractivism and Resistance in North Africa: In conversation with Hamza Hamouchene
    50:25
  12. 20.
    29: Change Finance, Not the Climate: In conversation with Oscar Reyes
    37:50
  13. 21.
    28: The Global Rise of the Far Right: In conversation with Walden Bello
    51:04
  14. 22.
    27: People Power and the Pandemic
    1:46:46
  15. 23.
    26: Walls Must Fall - Ending the deadly politics of border militarisation
    1:29:17
  16. 24.
    25: The “Arab Spring” Lives On: Uprisings in Times of Pandemic
    1:36:00
  17. 25.
    24: Taking on the Tech Titans: Reclaiming our Data Commons
    1:29:39
  18. 26.
    23: Covid-19 and the Global Fight Against Mass Incarceration
    1:35:19
  19. 27.
    22: Feminist Realities: Transforming democracy in times of crisis
    1:24:48
  20. 28.
    21: Public is back: Proposals for a Democratic Just Economy
    1:28:57
  21. 29.
    19: Cashing in on the Pandemic: How lawyers are preparing to sue states over COVID-19 response measures
    22:01
  22. 30.
    20: A Global Green New Deal
    1:37:59
  23. 31.
    18: States of Control: The Dark Side of Pandemic Politics
    1:27:36
  24. 32.
    17: Taking Health Back from Corporations
    1:14:25
  25. 33.
    16: Globalised food systems and Structural Inequality
    1:21:40
  26. 34.
    15: The Coming Global Recession
    1:27:35
  27. 35.
    14: Covid-19: Building an internationalist Response
    1:29:47
  28. 36.
    12: Building an internationalist response: Sonia Shah on the Covid-19 webinar series
    17:14
  29. 37.
    13: Global food, inequality, and Covid-19: Rob Wallace on the #Covid19 Webinar series
    17:12
  30. 38.
    11: Silent Expansion: The Energy Charter Treaty (ECT)
    40:41
  31. 39.
    10: Border Wars: Corporations
    29:24
  32. 40.
    9: Border Wars: Placing the ‘migration crisis” in perspective
    37:25
  33. 41.
    8: Paper Dragons: China and the next financial crisis. (In conversation with Walden Bello)
    37:19
  34. 42.
    7: Alternative approaches to drug policy
    24:41
  35. 43.
    6: The crisis in Venezuela, lessons for the left
    30:50
  36. 44.
    5: Extractivism and Pacification: The TAP pipeline in Salento, Italy
    22:37
  37. 45.
    4: Fighting Corporate Impunity in South(ern) Africa
    22:24
  38. 46.
    2: Wealth from the ground up: Cooperative Finance
    27:01
  39. 47.
    1: Money for people and planet: State spending as a source of Public Finance.
    23:32
  40. 48.
    3: On Public Banks
    33:20

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