Feps Podcasts

#135 FEPS Talks ‘For a renewed and re-empowering global ambition’

Benedicta Lasi, Secretary General of Socialist International (SI), discusses with Ania Skrzypek, FEPS Director for Research and […]

#134 FEPS Talks ‘Green Data: on the interplay of the twin transitions of digitalisation and climate’

The coming decades will be characterised by two significant technology challenges: climate change mitigation and […]

#133 FEPS Talks ‘The successes and critical aspects of the NextGenEU’

Jérôme Creel, Director for Research at Sciences Po, OFCE and David Rinaldi, FEPS Director of […]

#132 FEPS Talks ‘Dark stores: Are the riders squeezed for super-fast grocery delivery?’

Quick-commerce is a service aimed at achieving superfast delivery from ‘dark stores’ to the consumer. […]

#131 FEPS Talks ‘How to safeguard citizens’ trust in the EU institutions’

Professor René Repasi, Member of the European Parliament since 2022, reflects together with Dr László […]

#130 FEPS Talks ‘Political fragmentation: Do the voters simply switch sides?’

In this episode, Tarik Abou-Chadi, Associate Professor at the Nuffield College, Oxford, engages in a […]

#129 FEPS Talks ‘IWD 2023: Taking stock of women’s rights in Europe’

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, this podcast takes a closer look at the […]

#128 FEPS Talks ‘One year of war: The impact on Ukrainian society and EU-Ukraine relations’

Bohdan Ferens, founder of the SD Platform of Ukraine answers questions by László Andor, FEPS […]

#127 FEPS Talks ‘The Portuguese socialist way: Always humble, never afraid’

#126 FEPS Talks ‘China and the EU: towards partnership or confrontation?’

#125 FEPS Talks ‘Budgets are never gender-neutral: from an economy designed for men towards gender-responsive answer’

#124 FEPS Talks ‘Reasons for hope: the plans and prospects for the Australian Labor Party’

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