In this week's special episode of A World to Win, Grace is joined by Max Shanly and Sam Gindin to reflect on the life of Marxist thinker and writer Leo Panitch.
A World to Win is a new podcast from Grace Blakeley and Tribune bringing you a weekly dose of socialist news, theory and action with guests from around the world.
The podcast aims to educate and inform listeners about the current and historical struggles of socialists in different parts of the world, and to instil a sense of global solidarity by encouraging listeners to take action in support of different campaigns and movements.
In this week's A World to Win, Grace speaks to Marxist historian Vijay Prashad about India's mass strikes, the rise of the far right, and the persistence of imperial power in the global economy.
In the latest episode of A World to Win, Grace speaks to Jacobin publisher Bhaskar Sunkara about the far-right mob which stormed the Capitol building this week – and what it all means for the future of the US Left.
As we head into 2021, Grace Blakeley reflects on the first months of A World to Win podcast – and remembers some of the show's highlights along the way.
Grace speaks to host of The Young Turks Ana Kasparian about the state of the US media, the importance of Left alternatives, and what to expect from a Biden presidency.
This week, Grace speaks to author and Tribune culture editor Owen Hatherley about socialism in local government, regional inequalities, and the past and future of the Labour Party.
In this week's episode of A World to Win, Grace speaks to Africa is a Country contributor Sa'eed Husaini about the #EndSARS protests, the hangovers of empire and the future of socialism in Nigeria.
In this week's A World to Win, Grace Blakeley is joined by former Podemos MP Pablo Bustinduy to discuss the party's roots, its path into government – and the future of the movement-party.
On this week's show, Grace Blakeley is joined by Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham to discuss how the government's response to the Covid-19 crisis has punished the North.
In this week's A World to Win, Grace speaks to Rutger Bregman, author of Utopia for Realists and scourge of the tax-avoiding corporate elite at Davos, about human nature, capitalism and the 24-hour news cycle.
On this week's A World to Win, Grace is joined by former Bernie spokesperson Briahna Joy Gray and Jacobin contributing editor Matt Karp to discuss the US election chaos – and what it all means for the Left.
On this week's show, Grace Blakeley interviews Labour MP Zarah Sultana about the Tories’ attempts to impose the costs of the pandemic on those least able to bear it – and how the Left can fight back.
This week Grace is joined by Raquel Rolnik – a minister under Lula in Brazil and former UN Special Rapporteur – to discuss the right to housing and the global tenants' movement.
On this week's A World to Win, Grace is joined by Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald to discuss her party's recent rise, Ireland's response to Covid-19 and the prospect of a unity referendum.
In this week's episode of A World to Win, Grace Blakeley speaks to former South African minister Rob Davies about his time in government, the challenge of Covid-19 in Africa and how to break the continent's enforced underdevelopment.
In this episode of A World to Win, Grace speaks to philosopher and activist Cornel West about American politics today – from Black Lives Matter to the Trump presidency and the challenges facing the Left.
On this week's show, Grace Blakeley is joined by Naomi Klein to discuss US politics, the international Left and the case for a Green New Deal to prevent climate chaos.
This week, Grace is joined by Jacobin writer Meagan Day to discuss the aftermath of the Bernie campaign, the US presidential election and where the country's Left goes next.
Grace hosts a show paying tribute to leftist anthropologist David Graeber, who died this month.
Grace Blakeley is joined by Walden Bello – academic, author, human rights campaigner – to discuss the history of the Philippines, campaigning against US imperialism and neoliberal globalisation.