World Review from the New Statesman

Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin, Emily Tamkin in Washington DC and Ido Vock in Paris sit down to look ahead at the stories that might dominate 2021 – from protests in Belarus to friction in Asia via elections in Latin America – and the global impact they could have. They also take stock of the events of the last week, including the scenes as Donald Trump's supporters stormed the US Capitol building.

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Topics discussed in this podcast:

US election

Capitol riots

protestors storm Capitol building

Belarus

Indonesia

Latin America

international politics

2021

People discussed in this podcast:

Donald Trump

Joe Biden

Alexander Lukashenko  

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