Episode 2: The left and the EU – the neoliberal conundrum

Episode 2 of the Another Europe podcast with economist Ann Pettifor and Podemos activist Sirio Canos Donnay

4th June 2018

Reflecting on the polarisation between the right and left which has opened up in European politics since the financial crisis this podcast discusses the neoliberal conundrum: if the EU has been dominated by free market economic thinking does that mean progressive forces across the continent should support an exit? What are the lessons we might derive from Spain and other countries? And how can progressives mobilising across borders effectively confront the insurgent far right?

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