The Rachman Review

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233 Episoade

  1. Malcolm Turnbull on US and Australian politics

    Publicat: 21.03.2024
  2. Is there a way out of Haiti’s nightmare?

    Publicat: 14.03.2024
  3. Netanyahu defies the west on Gaza

    Publicat: 07.03.2024
  4. Global threats: contrasting views in Europe, Asia and the Pacific

    Publicat: 29.02.2024
  5. Russia’s threat to Europe

    Publicat: 22.02.2024
  6. Is China’s power on the wane?

    Publicat: 15.02.2024
  7. Why we need the UN

    Publicat: 08.02.2024
  8. Introducing: Swamp Notes from The FT News Briefing

    Publicat: 05.02.2024
  9. Germans push back against extremist AfD

    Publicat: 01.02.2024
  10. The battle for the control of Poland’s institutions

    Publicat: 25.01.2024
  11. Introducing Untold: The Retreat

    Publicat: 23.01.2024
  12. Putin’s nemesis in the west

    Publicat: 18.01.2024
  13. Can a wider Middle East war be averted?

    Publicat: 11.01.2024
  14. The future of Europe

    Publicat: 04.01.2024
  15. The world in 2024

    Publicat: 21.12.2023
  16. COP28: is the Dubai deal enough for the climate?

    Publicat: 14.12.2023
  17. Biden and Xi mend ties

    Publicat: 07.12.2023
  18. Trump closes in on a second term in office

    Publicat: 30.11.2023
  19. How united are Arab and Muslim leaders on Gaza?

    Publicat: 23.11.2023
  20. Is the balance tilting towards Russia in Ukraine?

    Publicat: 16.11.2023

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Gideon Rachman, the Financial Times chief foreign affairs columnist talks to the decision-makers and thinkers who are shaping world affairs. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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