The Take

By Al Jazeera Podcasts

Making sense of the world, one story at a time. Host Malika Bilal and journalists from Al Jazeera's international bureaus share their take on the news every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

  1. 1.
    The deadly consequences of an uneven vaccine rollout
    20:08
  2. 2.
    In Jordan, Prince Hamzah rifts with his royal brother
    17:23
  3. 3.
    Exclusive: South Sudan accused of COVID-19 corruption
    16:35
  4. 4.
    Kenya’s latest call to close Dadaab refugee camp
    19:28
  5. 5.
    Why are so many migrant children going to the US?
    17:37
  6. 6.
    An alleged rape inside Australia’s parliament
    19:50
  7. 7.
    Muslims in France contend with a shifting center
    21:07
  8. 8.
    Who is Alexey Navalny, really?
    19:41
  1. 9.
    Biden, Guantanamo, and Mohammed al-Qahtani
    20:43
  2. 10.
    Will Biden end the student debt crisis?
    20:23
  3. 11.
    Sarah Everard’s murder sparks moment of reckoning in UK
    19:49
  4. 12.
    The dark side of Bitcoin's meteoric rise
    19:22
  5. 13.
    10 years on, Syrians hope for justice – in Germany
    18:38
  6. 14.
    Myanmar protesters face 'killing spree'
    19:23
  7. 15.
    A year of pandemic and inequality
    19:17
  8. 16.
    Women who work(ed), in their own voices
    15:50
  9. 17.
    Can snap elections calm protests in Armenia?
    14:42
  10. 18.
    The Khashoggi report tests US-Saudi relations
    15:57
  11. 19.
    In Somalia, a US bureaucrat fights to hold onto power
    17:08
  12. 20.
    Iran and the United States try to get back to the table
    16:58
  13. 21.
    Colombia’s response to Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis
    15:33
  14. 22.
    What an Ebola outbreak reveals about vaccine inequity
    15:24
  15. 23.
    Texas freezes, and the US rejoins the Paris Accord
    19:17
  16. 24.
    Why Yemen’s Houthis spent 29 days on a US "terror" list
    14:33
  17. 25.
    A wave of killings against transgender people in Puerto Rico
    17:38
  18. 26.
    Rules of engagement when talking to conspiracists
    18:33
  19. 27.
    How did the QAnon conspiracy go global?
    26:07
  20. 28.
    The ‘Facebook revolutions’ that weren’t
    18:13
  21. 29.
    All the Prime Minister's Men
    22:11
  22. 30.
    Waking up to military rule in Myanmar
    15:49
  23. 31.
    Can Black businesswomen save the US economy?
    23:12
  24. 32.
    After Desert Storm: Baghdad, and the aftermath (Part 3)
    29:21
  25. 33.
    After Desert Storm: US-led bombing of Baghdad (Part 2)
    23:42
  26. 34.
    After Desert Storm: Iraq invades Kuwait (Part 1)
    29:49
  27. 35.
    Can the United States be united once more?
    28:22
  28. 36.
    Special episode: After inauguration, what’s next for the US?
    35:46
  29. 37.
    Are Hollywood executives complicit in Latinx exclusion?
    25:23
  30. 38.
    After decades, an abortion victory in Argentina
    21:14
  31. 39.
    Why the blockade against Qatar is ending now
    17:37
  32. 40.
    We’re asking, again, will the president be prosecuted?
    17:22
  33. 41.
    The ignored warnings of the US Capitol insurrection
    21:52
  34. 42.
    Love in the time of COVID-19
    27:51
  35. 43.
    A soundtrack for US police reform
    20:21
  36. 44.
    Why African descendants are moving to Africa
    18:53
  37. 45.
    20 in 2020: An indigenous activist’s search for sound
    19:27
  38. 46.
    20 in 2020: A young innovator’s lessons in optimism
    16:22
  39. 47.
    A fight for survival among Chile’s indigenous people
    23:52
  40. 48.
    20 in 2020: From isolation to mass protest in Poland
    17:48
  41. 49.
    The haves and have nots of the COVID-19 vaccine
    28:58
  42. 50.
    Rohingya refugees are being displaced, again
    16:26

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