Since the outbreak of the coronavirus some leaders have chosen to circumvent democratic process and has centered power around themselves. Could this be necessary in an extraordinary situation such as this or is it simply a power grab for powers sake?
How do we treat our prisioners and what is punishment anyway? Tune in for a philosophy leason and see if we figure it out
As the media cycle is more and more focused on the Coronavirus it is easy to miss what is happening around the world. The crisis at the Greek border has largely been underreported, yet it is an important happening that could shape EU-Turkish relations for years to come
In this episode we return to discussing the effects of the Coronavirus. Tune in for a rundown of what different countries are doing to counter the virus, the effect it has had on french politics and three interviews from quarantined people in Italy.
Almost 4 months after the ousting of President Morales we discuss what has happened in Bolivia since.
Was it a coup? Why did it happen? And perhaps most importantly was it justified?
What is the new Coronavirus and what impact will it have on the interconnected world?
Tune in to find out
What does the new UK government mean for the country and the world? Will the United Kingdom stay united? Radio UF discusses
Gender based violence in South Africa has been declared a national emergency but how is it being handled and what is civil society doing to combat the issue?
Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, we take a look at the state of both East Germany and the international community. How has the fall of the Soviet Union and the East Bloc affected international relations today?