What's left of the Occupy movement? Michael Gould-Wartofsky, author of "The Occupiers", outlines the movement's successes, failures, and lasting impact on the American Left.
With just one more day to go before the British cast their vote in one of the most anticipated UK general elections in recent history, British newscaster Matthew Amroliwala talked to The European about the likeliness of a referendum, the new role of small parties, and the changing political landscape in the UK.
Genocide and war crimes were his daily routine as Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court: Luis Moreno Ocampo served nine years at The Hague and is still a fierce advocate of bringing the worst criminals to trial. He sat down with Florian Guckelsberger and Lars Mensel to debate the role of justice in these bloody times.
While the UN claims to have made significant progress on the Millennium Development Goals, philosopher Thomas Pogge spoke recently with Ben Hill about the true current state of global poverty, the systemic problems thwarting our best efforts to alleviate it, and the smarter solutions he and others are working on to circumvent these problems.
The current competition to get into one of America's elite universities is designed to produce only "excellent sheep". Ben Hill spoke with former Yale professor and best-selling author Bill Deresiewicz about what has gone wrong with America's top schools and what can be done to save them.