EU Scream

The progressive politics podcast from Brussels

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 31m. Bisher sind 34 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich


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episode 31: A World We Have Lost

Ahdaf Soueif on losing the Mezzaterra, EU-funded authoritarianism in Egypt, quitting the British Museum, and the Cold War roots of terror.



Cultural Battlefield

Europe’s cultural narrative is increasingly dominated by the continent's new authoritarians; Poland is a powerful example of how far-right forces are stealing a march on moderates by using culture to shape politics.



episode 30: Not That Ambassador

Former US Ambassador Anthony L. Gardner on Brussels and Kiev, his forthcoming book, and where Europe is heading under new leadership.


 16 October 2019  33m

Tiptoeing Around the Far Right

Should lobbyists engage with far-right and extremist lawmakers? After the EU elections in May, about 20 percent of members of the European Parliament have far-right agendas. That's a big gain — up from 10-to-15 percent five years ago. That’s also ar...


 05 October 2019  42m

episode 30: Trumpworld in Europe

Pastors and plutocrats, many with links to Donald Trump, are sponsoring an ultra-conservative agenda in Europe.


 16 September 2019  25m

episode 28: Bianca's Story

Many women seeking abortion care in EU member states like Romania find themselves in a Kafkaesque trap.


 03 August 2019  33m

episode 27: Abortion Wars

Pressures on women to avoid terminating unwanted pregnancies have been growing in countries including Croatia, Poland and Romania.


 21 July 2019  33m

episode 27: Don't Be Complacent

Tony Blair and Andrew Stroehlein warn against complacency in the face of the far right and nationalist populism.


 09 July 2019  36m

episode 26: Being Muslim

Muslim millennials Nas Daily and Financial Times correspondent Mehreen Khan on discrimination and religious misconceptions.


 30 June 2019  39m

episode 23: White Power in Estonia

The kind of accommodation that allowed EKRE into government in Estonia has echoes with the rise of fascism in the 1930s.


 05 June 2019  46m