Tariq was joined by Helen Lackner to discuss the brutal civil war in Yemen as it enters its forth year.
Tariq sat down with political sociologist Paolo Gerbaudo a few days after the Five Star-League coalition was announced.
Before Donald Trump pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal, Tariq traveled to the US.
Marking the 50th anniversary of the 1968 movement in Paris, Tariq and the former Black Panther and civil rights activist Angela Davis spoke about their experiences of that period.
The World Today traveled to Paris on May 3rd for the 50th anniversary of the 1968 student revolt and Tariq spoke to historian Ludivine Bantigny about this.
This week Tariq returns to Syria, giving some historical context to the use of chemical weapons in recent wars, and examining the US military and intelligence establishment.
Tariq sat down with Israeli journalist Amira Hass, a few days before the Land Day march, to discuss the story behind the headline news that we see about Israel and Palestine.
Tariq sat down with Rod Stoneman, a former commissioning editor for Channel 4, and anthropologist Prof. Heonik Kwon, who studied the impact of atrocities on Vietnamese villagers.
Tariq Ali discusses one of the most significant events in the 20th century, the Vietnam War, with Rod Stoneman and Heonik Kwon.
Tariq visits a new exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London is challenging official narratives of major events.