The Maastricht Debate 2019 – Who will be the next President of the European Commission?

you every five years the new president is elected to the European Commission tonight the candidates for the presidency come together to defend their positions and why they are best suited for the job the candidate for the party of the European left his Violeta Tomich France timmermans is the Continue Reading

Marx and Tolstoy Helped Me See the Limits of Liberalism – Vijay Prashad (1/4)

PAUL JAY: Welcome to The Real News Network. I’m Paul Jay in Baltimore. And welcome to another episode of Reality Asserts Itself. As you may remember from our first episode, these interviews that I do on this series start with why my guests think what they think and a little Continue Reading

FASCISM – WikiVidi Documentary

WikiVidi.com Fascism Fascism is a form of radical authoritarian nationalism, characterized by dictatorial power, forcible suppression of opposition, and control of industry and commerce, that came to prominence in early 20th-century Europe. The first fascist movements emerged in Italy during World War I, before it spread to other European countries. Continue Reading

16. The Coming of the Great War

Prof: The second announcement is the movies, the films. I’ve done what I think is the way to do it. They will be available. I think the first one is available now. You can watch it in the privacy of your rooms in whatever college you are. You are to Continue Reading

Orbán, my dad and me

I’m going on a road trip with my dad. To see if we can overcome our political differences. I’m nervous too. We come from different ends of the political spectrum. We can joke about it. But talking politics often ends up like this. I feel like you hate me. I Continue Reading

Why Are Hindus Attacking Muslims In India?

In September 2015, an angry mob in India beat a Muslim man to death over accusations that he had eaten beef. Although there was no actual proof of this transgression, the target of the murder was one of only two Muslim families living in the majority Hindu neighborhood. Hindus are Continue Reading

18. The Dark Years: Vichy France

Professor John Merriman: Today I want to talk about the fall of France and then mostly about collaboration, and next time I’m going to talk about resistance; so, the first part just sort of briefly. Looking back on–I ended last time, or mentioned at the end of the hour last Continue Reading

24. The Collapse of Communism and Global Challenges

Prof: I guess what I’ll do today is talk a little bit about the fall of communism. It’s hard to believe, because all that happened, and now, next year it will be the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Wall. You guys were not born yet, a few of Continue Reading

What IS Equality of Outcome and Why Does Anyone Care? (The Study)

This is as good as my hair looks the entire vide- [INTERRUPTING TRUMPETS] Today’s topic is on: Framework! The Illusion of Choice! Bad Faith Arguments! “If you want equality of outcome you can suck my dick. That’s nonsense. there’s no such thing as equality of outcome.” Equality of Outcome! ….? Continue Reading

Communists, Nationalists, and China’s Revolutions: Crash Course World History #37

Hi I’m John Green, and this is Crash Course World History and today we’re going to return — sadly for the last time on Crash Course — to China. By the way, Stan brought cupcakes. That’s good. I wish I could draw some parallel between this and China, but I Continue Reading