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Economist Radio

Economist Radio

The Economist was founded in 1843 "to throw white light on the subjects within its range". For more from The Economist visit

  • Podcast gepubliceerd op: 10/10/2020 7:31:58 AM
  • Maker: Onbekend
  • Taal: en
  • Laatste RSS update: 10/22/2023 5:40:00 PM
  • Datum eerste aflevering: 5/31/2019 7:56:26 AM
  • Datum laatste aflevering: 10/20/2023 5:54:15 PM

2365 Afleveringen

  • 47:31

    California is overhauling its mental-health system. The state exemplifies two broad shifts in mental-health care in America: the building of more beds and an expansion of involuntary treatment. What is the best way to treat severe mental i ...

  • 26:36

    They fled round after round of gunfire, hid for hours and saved hundreds of lives. It is a rare story of survival on what was a horrific day for Israel. Mexico’s national oil company has accrued immense amounts of debt. Why is the governme ...

  • 40:28

    In downtown Manhattan, what is perhaps the biggest event in the history of crypto is playing out: the trial of Sam Bankman-Fried. SBF, as he’s known, is accused of masterminding a fraud that left $8bn in customer funds missing; he has plea ...

  • 27:20

    From a refugee camp in Chad, we speak with those fleeing murder in Darfur. Reporting on the war between the Sudanese Armed Forces and a powerful paramilitary group may have slowed, but the suffering has not. Bowel cancer is becoming more c ...

  • 43:39

    Chronic pain is thought to affect around a third of people. For one in ten of these, the pain is severe enough to be disabling—making it the leading cause of disability worldwide. Some forms of chronic pain are particularly mysterious—with ...

  • 25:41

    A fatal explosion at a hospital-cum-shelter has led to outrage and the canceling of the very summit that the US president had flown in for. America’s support for Israel is unwavering but could this escalation prompt the involvement of regi ...

  • 30:23

    At a time when Republicans and Democrats agree on very little, there is striking unity in DC about China. This week, we return to David Rennie in Washington DC, where he talks to senators and congressmen at the heart of China policymaking. ...

  • 25:04

    America may have avoided a government shutdown last month but its fiscal worries are far from over. And unease in bond markets will spill over into the rest of the world. What can governments do to stave off the financial blow? The Chinese ...

  • 24:16

    Sign up for Economist Podcasts+ now and get 50% off your subscription with our limited time offer* A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, will Israel’s agony and retribution ...

  • 25:27

    After two terms in power, Jaroslaw Kaczynski’s nationalist party looks to have lost its majority. For Donald Tusk’s pro-Europe centrists, it’s bargaining time. Thousands of Americans are waiting for transplants, so why are so many organs go ...


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