By Renewing the Centre at The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change
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The Brainstorm is a weekly podcast about public policy which asks the overlooked questions that will define the coming decades. Senior Fellows from the Renewing the Centre initiative at the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change will be joined by a revolving cast of outside guests for a conversation about public policy that is inspired by recent political news, but goes far beyond the headlines.
||CleanFree Speech, Left-Wing Populism, Right-Wing Populism||How do different countries tackle threats to democracy expressed by social media? Hans Kundnani and Heidi Tworek join Yascha Mounk to discuss this and more.||17 8 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanImmigrants, Robots and Transphobia||What are the facts around EU immigration into the UK, and has it been used to "destroy" the conditions of British workers?||10 8 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPatriots, Privacy and Progress||How should policymakers think about privacy and security in the digital world? What do the debates around technological disruption tell us about the society we live in, and how should we think about managing change?||3 8 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAn American in Paris, why social democracy succeeded, and thinking about equality||What does President Trump's visit to Paris tell us about how European leaders are handling the new administration? How did social democracy beat away its rivals in the middle of the last century?||28 7 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe West, European Optimism, India vs China||This week on the Brainstorm: Trump in Warsaw, Challenges to European optimism, and the rise of China.||21 7 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNationalism, Taxes, Nukes||What form should nationalism take in the 21st century? How do you contain nuclear proliferation, and deal with the threat posed by North Korea? And how do you design a tax system that sustains social solidarity over time?||16 7 2017||Free||View in iTunes|