Podcasts 23 June 2020 The New Statesman World Review podcast Stream or download the New Statesman's podcast on global politics, economics and culture. Getty Images Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up World Review is the New Statesman's new weekly global affairs podcast. Presented by Jeremy Cliffe, our International editor in Berlin, and Emily Tamkin, our US editor in Washington, DC, it reviews the week's world events and explains the long-term stories behind the headlines with guests from around the world. Jeremy, Emily and their guests also answer your questions about international events. Leave them a You Ask Us question here! Listen to the latest episode here: How to listen to World Review World Review is published every week (usually Friday) on the all of the following platforms: Acast | Apple | Spotify | Google If you enjoy the podcast, please do subscribe, leave a review and/or share World Review with friends and colleagues. You can also subscribe here to our World Review newsletter, a weekly email round-up of global events with commentary from Jeremy, Emily and other New Statesman writers. Explore our back episodes here: May 17th: Left in crisis: why European social democracy is in decline May 14th: Israel and Gaza - what's behind the latest conflict? May 7th: West Bengal elections: a turning point for Indian politics? April 30th: 2021 predictions reviewed April 23rd: Who will replace Angela Merkel as German Chancellor? April 16th: Hong Kong's sactions gridlock April 2nd: Spring You Ask Us special March 26th: Enter the Draghi March 19th: Dark night of Brazil March 12th: Israel's Sisyphean Elections March 5th: India Farmers' protests February 26th: Lessons from the Arab Spring February 19th: Myanmar's democratic future February 12th, Water off a Dutch back February 5th, Russian Rule Threat January 29th, Wuhan, One Year On January 22nd, The Transatlantic Relationship January 15th, Trump logs off January 8th, 2021: The Year Ahead December 28, 2020 in Review December 12, Aid in the time of Covid-19 December 4, Europe's Renegades November 20, India in the world November 13, The Next President November 7, America goes with the Joe November 4, Biden his time November 2, Election day eve October 30, Terminator Trump October 24, The Divided States of America October 16, America's forever wars October 9, QAnon 101 October 2, The Iranian playbook September 30, Presidential debate special September 25, You Ask Us Special! September 18, Our Climate Future September 10, The Riled West September 4, Fallout in Lebanon August 26, American Corruption August 21, Central banks in the time of crisis August 14, All-American Fascism August 7, How to Be a Hero July 31, The Evolution of Anglo-German Relations July 30, Macron's Balancing Act July 24, The End of Cosmopolitan Turkey July 17, Russia's Disinformation War July 10, White America's Wake-Up Call July 6, Exceptionalism vs the Coronavirus June 26, The India-China-US Triangle Jun 12, Hello, World › Public supports working from home to fight climate change Subscribe To stay on top of global affairs and enjoy even more international coverage subscribe for just £1 per month!