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World Review Podcast: You Ask Us special

Emily Tamkin and Jeremy Cliffe take your questions in an Easter special of the World Review podcast.

On this week’s episode of World Review from the New Statesman, Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin and Emily Tamkin in Washington, DC tackle your questions in a spring special. They cover everything from Europe’s green parties to Australia’s misogyny crisis, by way of Iran, China, Israel and the United States.

Further reading

The New Statesman‘s data journalism team has been keeping a close eye on vaccine rollouts around the world. You can view the latest updates using our international coronavirus vaccine tracker.

Jeremy writes on the global vaccine race, which is both a sprint and a marathon.

Emily has been looking at the long road ahead for Joe Biden’s $2trn infrastructure plan.

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