Tariq sat down with left-wing economists Ann Pettifor and Grace Blakeley, to provide an alternate narrative of the 2008 Financial crisis.
This week Tariq speaks to New York University scholar Ella Shohat about the history of Jewish people in the Middle East and North Africa.
This week we remember the land rights activist Berta Cáceres with a special English-subtitled version of the documentary Berta Vive.
From colonial settlers, to the enforced migration of slavery… Tariq reminds us that the movement of peoples is as old as history itself.
Tariq spoke to Jeremy Gong, of the Democratic Socialists of America, who has been organising campaigns to get socialist candidates elected.
Tariq is joined by journalist Mahvish Ahmad, who is building solidarity for PTM and Zakir Hussain, an organiser for PTM UK.
Tariq’s guest this week is Romanian political scientist Vladimir Bortun, who tells us about a huge government corruption scandal.
We spoke to two prominent figures from the Catalan Left: Barcelona Mayor Ada Colau and ex-Podemos Catalunya leader Albano-Dante Fachin.
Tariq recently spoke to the writer and academic Madawi Al-Rasheed about the new Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.
Ahead of Colombia’s 2nd round election run-off on 17th June, Tariq spoke with Forrest Hylton; author of ‘Evil Hour in Colombia’.