In the first of our new Monday interview episodes, International Editor Jeremy Cliffe interviews geopolitical researcher Parag Khanna, the author of the new book Move: How Mass Migration Will Reshape the World.
They talk about the countries that are embracing migration, those that are having a harder time and how pressures such as climate change and ageing populations might transform where people live, with the tensions that could cause.
A regular feature of the podcast is You Ask Us: if you have a question on any topic of world news for our international team, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Degrees of separation: why Cop26 is so important
The massive challenge of climate action in oil-dependent Iraq
Fears about climate migration are being used to build up borders
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