UnHerd Daily Podcast

The UnHerd daily podcast brings you the best of UnHerd, narrated for your listening pleasure. UnHerd is the online magazine that challenges herd mentality and provides a platform for unheard voices and ideas.

12 Jul 2023
The death games of Ukraine
In today's episode, David Patrikarakos writes about drone warfare and how it has changed the rules of engagement in a dispatch article for UnHerd titled The death games of Ukraine.
11 Jul 2023
The Nato mindset leads to war
In today's episode Thomas Fazi writes about he Ukraine conflict and how it is empowering the Alliance in an UnHerd essay titled The Nato mindset leads to war.
05 Jul 2023
The capitalists are circling over Ukraine
In today's episode Thomas Fazi writes about the war creating massive profit opportunities, in an UnHerd essay titled The capitalists are circling over Ukraine.
03 Jul 2023
As France burns, the far-Right rises
In today's episode, David A. Bell writes about Emmanuel Macron and how he has ignored the plight of the suburbs, in an analytical article titled As France burns, the far-Right rises.
26 Jun 2023
The Prigozhin roadshow isn’t over
In today's episode, Aris Roussinos writes about the Wagner leader and how he is still Russia's real powerbroker, in an UnHerd analytical essay titled The Prigozhin roadshow isn’t over.
23 Jun 2023
Narendra Modi’s useful idiot
In today's episode Kapil Komireddi writes about how Rahul Gandhi is keeping the PM in power in an essay titled Narendra Modi’s useful idiot.
17 Jun 2023
How the identity cult captured America
In today's Weekend Essay Martin Gurri writes about equity and how it was born in an ideological graveyard, in an article titled How the identity cult captured America.
07 Jun 2023
The capitalists are revolting over China
In today's episode, UnHerd columnist and translator Thomas Faz writes about Western hawks face an unlikely resistance, in an essay titled The capitalists are revolting over China
31 May 2023
The Arab Spring exposed America’s weakness
In today's episode, UnHerd columnist and a former war reporter Aris Roussinos writes about the road to Ukraine began in Syria in an essay titled The Arab Spring exposed America’s weakness
30 May 2023
America’s fake bankruptcy crisis
In today's episode,  UnHerd columnist and translator Thomas Fazi writes about the debt-ceiling hysteria was little more than political theatre in an essay titled America’s fake bankruptcy crisis
27 May 2023
The betrayal of white working-class men
In today's episode, Irvine Welsh writes for UnHerd about how they've been recast as the elite's salivating attack dogs in an essay titled The betrayal of white working-class men.
26 May 2023
Kylie Minogue’s glorious artifice
In today's episode, UnHerd columnist Kathleen Stock writes about how we can't insulate ourselves from our mortality in an essay titled Kylie Minogue’s glorious artifice
23 May 2023
Boomer Europe is dying
In today's lead piece, Aris Roussinos asks whether Macron is right about our defenceless world, in an UnHerd essay titled Boomer Europe is dying.
18 May 2023
Biden’s false border victory
In today's episode Ayaan Hirsi Ali writes about Biden’s false border victory and how scrapping Title 42 was a smokescreen, in an opinion piece titled Biden’s false border victory.
15 May 2023
Is Donald Trump a werewolf?
In today's episode, John Michael Greer writes how a silver bullet won't solve the problem in an essay titled Is Donald Trump a werewolf?
15 May 2023
How war became a spectator sport
In today's episode,  UnHerd's Foreign Affairs Editor Aris Roussinos writes about how conflict and social media are now inextricably intertwined in an essay titled How war became a spectator sport
09 May 2023
The rise of Europe’s military austerity
In today's episode, UnHerd columnist Thomas Fazi writes about the EU's new plan will make 2008 look like child's play, in an essay titled The rise of Europe’s military austerity
06 May 2023
What is King Charles hiding?
In today's episode, UnHerd's contributing editor Mary Harrington explains the Carolean age uses screens that conceal, in an essay titled What is King Charles hiding?
03 May 2023
My part in Vice’s downfall
In today's episode, UnHerd's Foreign Affairs Editor, Aris Roussinos explains how Brash millennial upstarts were once the future of news in an essay titled My part in Vice’s downfall. 
01 May 2023
Who is winning the scramble for Africa?
In today's episode, UnHerd columnist Thomas Fazi writes about how the West and Russia are stuck in the past, in an essay titled Who is winning the scramble for Africa?
29 Apr 2023
JS Mill and the despotism of progress
In today's episode, Professor of Political Science Patrick Deneen writes about Conservatives have been fooled by his vision of liberty in an essay titled JS Mill and the despotism of progress.
26 Apr 2023
The Wagner Files
In today's episode, David Patrikarakos explains the internal documents reveal how the mercenary group operates in an essay titled The Wagner Files. 
25 Apr 2023
Biden has killed the Democratic dream
In today's episode, Micheal Lind explains how the President's 2024 campaign is tied to Carter, in an essay written for UnHerd titled Biden has killed the Democratic dream. 
24 Apr 2023
Will America win from de-dollarisation?
In today's episode, UnHerd columnist Thomas Fazi explains the power of other local currencies is growing, in an essay for UnHerd titled Will America win from de-dollarisation?
22 Apr 2023
America's empire is bankrupt
In today's episode, John Michael Greer explains how the dollar has finally been dethroned, in an essay for UnHerd titled America’s empire is bankrupt.
17 Apr 2023
AI is a false prophet
In today's episode Jacob Howland explains Our enslavement to idolatry will end in disaster, in an article titled AI is a false prophet
17 Apr 2023
Does Europe need to split?
In today's episode UnHerd columnist Thomas Fazi explains The East-West divide is back with a vengeance, in an essay written for UnHerd titled Does Europe need to split?
12 Apr 2023
The next financial crisis will get ugly
In today's episode John Rapley writes about central bankers and how they have stoked a populist revolt, in an article titled The next financial crisis will get ugly.
11 Apr 2023
Private armies are making a killing
In today's episode UnHerd columnist Thomas Fazi explains Mercenaries thrive while democracy dies, in an essay for UnHerd titled Private armies are making a killing.
07 Apr 2023
The death of Christian privilege
In this Weekend's Easter Special Essay from Mary Harrington, she writes about mankind and how it's killed God and ushered in an age of persecution, in an article titled The death of Christian privilege.
03 Apr 2023
The fall of America’s benevolent empire
In today's episode, Thomas Fazi writes about how there will be no more Marshall Plans, in an UnHerd exclusive article titled The fall of America’s benevolent empire.
30 Mar 2023
Macron’s extreme centre will not fall
In today's episode, David A. Bell writes about how the Fifth Republic is stronger than we think, in an UnHerd exclusive article titled Macron’s extreme centre will not fall.
28 Mar 2023
The Great Food Reset has begun
In today's episode, Thomas Fazi writes about how we all lose from the global war on farmers, in an UnHerd exclusive article titled The Great Food Reset has begun.
25 Mar 2023
Capitalist radicals will shatter the world
In today's episode, Quinn Slobodian writes about how fragmentation is the new frontier of liberty, in an UnHerd exclusive article titled Capitalist radicals will shatter the world.
21 Mar 2023
Why China’s peace plan for Ukraine will fail
In today's episode, Edward Luttwak writes about how a weakened Xi is desperate for a win, in an UnHerd exclusive article titled Why China’s peace plan for Ukraine will fail.
20 Mar 2023
How Russia and China overtook the West
In today's episode, Thomas Fazi writes about how a new world order is slowly taking shape, in an UnHerd exclusive article titled How Russia and China overtook the West.
14 Mar 2023
Silicon Valley Bank and the case for chaos
In today's episode, Paul Ormerod writes about how paranoid bankers will never be able to control risk in an UnHerd essay titled Silicon Valley Bank and the case for chaos.
13 Mar 2023
Black gold fuelled the Iraq War
In today's episode, Helen Thompson writes about how Washington is waging an information war in an UnHerd essay titled Black gold fuelled the Iraq War.
08 Mar 2023
The battle to control America’s mind
In today's episode, David Samuels writes about how Washington is waging an information war in an UnHerd essay titled The battle to control America’s mind.
07 Mar 2023
The myth of China’s military might
In today's episode, Professor Edward Luttwak writes about Beijing's defence budget and how it doesn't tell the whole story in an UnHerd analytical piece titled The myth of China’s military might.
06 Mar 2023
How the WHO was captured
In today's episode, UnHerd's Thomas Fazi writes about how private capital wields far too much influence, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled How the WHO was captured.
02 Mar 2023
BlackRock’s tyrannical ESG agenda
In today's episode, UnHerd's John Masko writes about if Larry Fink is a threat to democracy, in an UnHerd opinion piece titled BlackRock’s tyrannical ESG agenda.
01 Mar 2023
Kosovo, Ukraine and the hubris of Tony Blair
In today's episode, UnHerd's Alwyn Turner writes about Tony Blair and how he gave Britain a dangerous taste for 'just' wars, in an UnHerd opinion piece titled Kosovo, Ukraine and the hubris of Tony Blair.
28 Feb 2023
Will the Windsor Framework get Brexit done?
In today's episode, UnHerd's Tom McTague writes about the Northern Irish question and how it is here to stay in an UnHerd opinion piece titled Will the Windsor Framework get Brexit done?
25 Feb 2023
The man who launched the vaccine wars
In today's episode Brian Deer explains how Andrew Wakefield is still trying to fool the medical establishment, in an UnHerd essay titled The man who launched the vaccine wars.
21 Feb 2023
The Ukraine war is not complicated
In today's episode Dominic Sandbrook explains how sometimes good and evil do exist, in an UnHerd essay titled The Ukraine war is not complicated.
20 Feb 2023
What’s driving Britain’s anti-migrant protests?
In today's episode Thomas Fazi explains how anxiety over immigration isn't fuelled by racism, in an UnHerd essay titled What’s driving Britain’s anti-migrant protests?
18 Feb 2023
Is the West escalating the Ukraine war?
In today's episode Arta Moeini explains how one year on, there is no sign of an endgame, in an UnHerd essay titled Is the West escalating the Ukraine war?
13 Feb 2023
The tyranny of digital currencies
In today's episode Thomas Fazi explains how central banks are creating their own surveillance state, in an UnHerd essay titled The tyranny of digital currencies.
11 Feb 2023
The Guardian’s links to the slave trade
In today's episode, Ashley Rindsberg writes about the Guardian and how its founding myth depends on moral contortionism, in an UnHerd article called The Guardian’s links to the slave trade.
09 Feb 2023
Will Erdoğan survive Turkey’s earthquake?
In today's episode, Christopher de Bellaigue writes about how the world’s most successful politician has never fought clean, in an UnHerd article called Will Erdoğan survive Turkey’s earthquake?
08 Feb 2023
We are already at war with Russia
In today's episode, Thomas Fazi writes about how never-ending escalation will result in catastrophe, in an UnHerd article called We are already at war with Russia.
08 Feb 2023
Labour is winning the Brexit revolution
In today's episode, Tom McTague writes about how the party can capitalise on Tory failure, in an UnHerd article called Labour is winning the Brexit revolution.
08 Feb 2023
What was the point of Jacinda Ardern?
In today's episode, Tom Chodor writes about how Jacinda Ardern's progressive global branding veiled political failure, in an UnHerd article called What was the point of Jacinda Ardern?
03 Feb 2023
Japanese pacifism is dead
In today's episode, Philip Patrick writes about the Ukraine war and how it has been a powerful catalyst, in an UnHerd article called Japanese pacifism is dead.
31 Jan 2023
Gandhi hasn’t aged well
In today's episode, Pratinav Anil writes about how anti-imperialists need to be honest about their idols, in an UnHerd article called Gandhi hasn’t aged well.
28 Jan 2023
Maus and the repressive power of Jewish trauma
In today's episode, David Samuels writes about if American Jews should let go of the Holocaust, in an UnHerd article called Maus and the repressive power of Jewish trauma.
27 Jan 2023
In defence of deepfakes
In today's episode, Kathleen Stock writes about how not all imaginative immersion is evil, in an UnHerd article called In defence of deepfakes.
23 Jan 2023
Is Macron ready for a street fight?
In today's episode, John Lichfield writes about how the petulant nation is resistant to pension reform, in an UnHerd article called Is Macron ready for a street fight?
21 Jan 2023
Vietnam still haunts America
In today's episode, Dominic Sandbrook writes about how people and politics have been distorted by 50 years of trauma, in an UnHerd article called Vietnam still haunts America.
19 Jan 2023
Joe Biden's false optimism
In today's episode, Ruy Teixeira writes about the Democrats and how they still suffer from their 'Fox News Fallacy', in an UnHerd article called Joe Biden's false optimism.
18 Jan 2023
The cost of China's zero-child policy
In today's episode Dr Paul Morland writes about China's demographic crisis and how it will be repeated across the world, in an UnHerd analytical articles titled The cost of China's zero-child policy.
16 Jan 2023
How the Davos elite took back control
In today's opinion piece, Thomas Fazi writes about how the WEF is insulating policy-making from democracy, in an UnHerd articles titled How the Davos elite took back control.
12 Jan 2023
Why the West should go nuclear
In today's episode Thomas Fazi writes about how nuclear energy should be utilized in the West and our irrational fear is costing lives, in an UnHerd essay titled Why the West should go nuclear.
10 Jan 2023
The philistine war on AI art
In today's episode, Justin E. H. Smith writes about how genius can appear in the silliest of places, in an UnHerd essay titled The philistine war on AI art.
07 Jan 2023
New Year in a Ukrainian trench
In today's Weekend Dispatch, David Patrikarakos writes about his time in a Ukrainian trench and how as darkness falls, the bombardment begins, in an UnHerd exclusive titled New Year in a Ukrainian trench.
05 Jan 2023
Why is the West locking down China?
In today's episode, Thomas Fazi and Toby Green discuss how new travel restrictions prove we've learnt nothing, in an UnHerd essay titled Why is the West locking down China?
23 Dec 2022
How political was Jesus?
In today's Christmas Special episode, David Lloyd Dusenbury writes about Jesus's historical life and how he has never been transparent, in an UnHerd Christmas Essay titled How political was Jesus?
21 Dec 2022
Who will rule Twitter next?
In today's episode Aris Roussinos writes about online conflict and how it is fundamentally unresolvable, in an UnHerd essay titled Who will rule Twitter next?
19 Dec 2022
How lobbyists captured the EU
In today's episode, Thomas Fazi writes about Qatargate and how it is merely the tip of the iceberg, in an UnHerd analytical essay titled How lobbyists captured the EU.
17 Dec 2022
Welcome to Albania’s Little London
In today's episode, David Patrikarakos writes about how back home, the exodus has taken a surreal form, in an UnHerd article titled Welcome to Albania’s Little London.
13 Dec 2022
Is America still Europe’s ally?
In today's episode, Thomas Fazi writes that EU leaders are reconsidering their approach to Russia, in an UnHerd article titled Is America still Europe’s ally?
10 Dec 2022
The politics of masturbation
In today's episode, Matthew Crawford writes about the sexual revolution and asks whether it was a government psy-op, in an UnHerd Weekend Essay titled The politics of masturbation.
07 Dec 2022
Musk is becoming a true Caesar
In today's episode, Mary Harrington writes about how the Twitter Files are a weapon of the new authoritarianism, in an UnHerd article titled Musk is becoming a true Caesar.
05 Dec 2022
The paradox of Degrowth Communism
In today's episode, Thomas Fazi writes about left-wing doomerists and how they are empowering global elites, in an UnHerd article titled The paradox of Degrowth Communism.
03 Dec 2022
The rise of Archaeologists Anonymous
In today's episode, Stone Age Herbalist talks about how censorship is driving dissident researchers underground, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled The rise of Archaeologists Anonymous.
01 Dec 2022
How we appeased China’s Zero-Covid regime
In today's episode, N. S. Lyons talks about how Western liberals cheered on Xi's authoritarian measures, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled How we appeased China’s Zero-Covid regime.
30 Nov 2022
John Mearsheimer: We’re playing Russian roulette
In today's episode, Freddie Sayers interviews John Mearsheimer about the West and how it is screwed according to the realist foreign policy scholar, in an UnHerd exclusive interview titled John Mearsheimer: We’re playing Russian roulette.
26 Nov 2022
Humanism is a heresy
In today's Weekend episode, Tom Holland talks about confusion and how it is bound to follow the death of God, in an UnHerd Weekend Essay exclusive titled Humanism is a heresy.
25 Nov 2022
How Britain became an American colony
In today's episode, Dominic Sandbrook explains how we must resist our brutal imperial overlords in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled How Britain became an American colony.
23 Nov 2022
Sam Bankman-Fried’s elitist altruism
In today's episode Ian Birrell speaks about billionaires and how they pretend to have morals to avoid paying tax, in an UnHerd exclusive article titled Sam Bankman-Fried’s elitist altruism.
21 Nov 2022
Why is America provoking China?
In today's episode, Thomas Fazi explains how Biden won't accept the West is in decline, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Why is America provoking China?
18 Nov 2022
William MacAskill’s ineffective altruism
In today's episode, Arif Ahmed explains how Silicon Valley's favourite ethical system is fatally flawed, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled How effective is William MacAskill’s altruism?
16 Nov 2022
The virtues of Twitter
In today's episode, Kathleen Stock explains how moral self-improvement is still possible, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled The virtues of Twitter.
12 Nov 2022
The truth about eco-fascism
In today's episode, Paul Kingsnorth explains how environmentalism has been hijacked by the technocrats, in an Unherd Weekend Essay titled The truth about eco-fascism.
11 Nov 2022
The World Cup has never been beautiful
In today's episode, Jonathan Wilson writes about how Qatar has snuffed out its surviving virtues, in an UnHerd article titled The World Cup has never been beautiful.
10 Nov 2022
The Democrats’ false victory
In today's episode, Joel Kotkin writes about how a progressive bloodbath has merely been delayed, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled The Democrats’ false victory.
09 Nov 2022
How America can save Taiwan
In today's episode, Elbridge Colby writes about how European allies can't be relied on, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled How America can save Taiwan.
07 Nov 2022
The bankers have launched a class war
In today's episode, Thomas Fazi writes about what's really causing the public spending crisis, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled The bankers have launched a class war.
05 Nov 2022
Should America be more like Ukraine?
In today's episode, Mark Lilla writes about how there's nothing wrong with liberal nationalism, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Should America be more like Ukraine?
03 Nov 2022
Can Suella Braverman take back control?
In today's episode, Ayaan Hirsi Ali writes about immigration and how it has always been a career-killer, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Can Suella Braverman take back control?
02 Nov 2022
The tyranny of a Covid amnesty
In today's episode, Mary Harrington writes about how a self-righteous cabal has delivered a public that is sicker and poorer, in an UnHerd exclusive titled The tyranny of a Covid amnesty.
31 Oct 2022
Rishi has set himself up to fail
In today's episode, Thomas Fazi explains how Sunak's plan for austerity is based on an illusion, in an UnHerd exclusive titled Rishi has set himself up to fail.
28 Oct 2022
The year of the femcel
In today's Weekend Essay, Mary Gaitskill writes about femcels and questions whether it really is true that ugly women can't get laid, in an UnHerd exclusive titled The year of the femcel.
28 Oct 2022
Is Iran's Arab Spring doomed?
In today's episode, David Patrikarakos speaks about Iran's Arab Spring and how whe leaderless protestors need another Khomeini, in an UnHerd essay titled Is Iran's Arab Spring doomed?
27 Oct 2022
America’s conservatives would never elect a Hindu
In today's episode, Peter Beinart explains how republicans are living decades in the past, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled America’s conservatives would never elect a Hindu.
26 Oct 2022
Can Sunak end the new class war?
In today's episode, Mary Harrington explains how a deep divide exists between Virtuals and Physicals, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Can Sunak end the new class war?
25 Oct 2022
Is Rishi too rich to be PM?
In today's episode, Phil Tinline explains how people may not accept austerity from a man with a heated pool, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Is Rishi too rich to be PM?
24 Oct 2022
Why the Left shouldn’t be celebrating
In today's episode, Thomas Fazi explains how Rishi Sunak is the man the markets trust, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Why the Left shouldn’t be celebrating.
22 Oct 2022
The grubby truth about mental health memoirs
In today's episode, Freddie deBoer explains how he envies people who remember their illness, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled The grubby truth about mental health memoirs.
21 Oct 2022
The Tories were destined for civil war
In today's episode, John Oxley explains how in a political crisis, everyone is a potential enemy, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled The Tories were destined for civil war.
20 Oct 2022
Why Truss’s gamble failed
In today's episode, Aris Roussinos explains how the most important issue now is survival, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Growth won’t save Britain.
19 Oct 2022
Scottish nationalism is fuelled by resentment
In today's episode Kathleen Stock explains how the Anti-English sentiment powers many decisions, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Scottish nationalism is fuelled by resentment.
18 Oct 2022
Kwasi Kwarteng was the wrong sort of clever
In today's episode Dominic Sandbrook explains how the ex-Chancellor's humiliation was inevitable, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Kwasi Kwarteng was the wrong sort of clever.
17 Oct 2022
The demonic power of oil
In today's episode, Helen Thompson explains how oil poisons the earth and corrupts good people, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled The demonic power of oil.
15 Oct 2022
How far will the eco-fascists go?
In today's episode, Mary Harrington explains how the tree huggers aren't just harmless hippies, in an UnHerd Weekend Essay titled How far will the eco-fascists go?
14 Oct 2022
China has given up on the West
In today's episode, Bill Hayton writes about President Xi's inward turn and how he is finally bearing fruit, in an UnHerd article titled China has given up on the West.
13 Oct 2022
Stop panicking about the pound
In this Analysis episode, Marshall Auerback writes about Britain and how it is not about to return to the Seventies, in an UnHerd article titled Stop panicking about the pound.
13 Oct 2022
Sex strikes won't win the midterms
In today's episode, Kat Rosenfield asks if anything is wrong with kissing a Republican, in an UnHerd opinion piece titled Sex strikes won't win the midterms.
12 Oct 2022
The NHS survives on death
In today's episode, Dr Emma Jones writes about the NHS failing system and how it sacrifices the weak, in an UnHerd spotlight piece titled The NHS survives on death.
11 Oct 2022
Don’t punish Kanye West
In today's episode, Hadley Freeman writes about how mental health has become cruelly fetishised, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Don’t punish Kanye West.
10 Oct 2022
How Smiley’s people conquered Britain
In today's episode, David Patrikarakos writes about how John le Carré was never an Englishman's writer, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled How Smiley’s people conquered Britain.
08 Oct 2022
How Turbo-Wokism broke America
In today's episode, David Samuels writes about oligarchs and activists and how they are playing for the same team, in a Weekend Essay titled How Turbo-Wokism broke America.
07 Oct 2022
Real feminists don’t need strongmen
In today's episode, Kathleen Stock writes about how not every critic of transactivism is an ally, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Real feminists don’t need strongmen.
06 Oct 2022
Welcome to the Tory apocalypse
In today's episode, Will Lloyd writes about how conservatism came to conference to die, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Welcome to the Tory apocalypse.
05 Oct 2022
How the Tories were radicalised
In today's episode, Richard Bourke writes about how intransigence has become a conservative virtue, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled How the Tories were radicalised.
04 Oct 2022
Hysteria has derailed Kwasi Kwarteng
In today's episode, Thomas Fazi writes that the response to Kwasi Kwarteng's mini-budget was fuelled by hysteria, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Kwasi Kwarteng is a pointless radical.
03 Oct 2022
Liz Truss has betrayed conservatism
In today's episode, Aris Roussinos writes about how the PM is making a solid case for Labour, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Liz Truss has betrayed conservatism.
30 Sep 2022
Is China about to turn on Russia?
In today's episode, Nathan Levine writes about how President Xi can't afford to isolate the West, in an UnHerd exclusive weekend essay titled Is China about to turn on Russia?
30 Sep 2022
Don’t make me Prime Minister
In today's episode, John Maier writes about how the average Brit doesn't care about politics, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Don’t make me Prime Minister.
29 Sep 2022
Is this the end for Liz Truss?
In today's episode, James Sean Dickson writes about Liz Truss and how her economic plan can still be salvaged, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled Is this the end for Liz Truss?
28 Sep 2022
What Western feminists can learn from Iran
In today's episode, Ayaan Hirsi Ali writes about how solidarity means more in Tehran than Washington, in an UnHerd exclusive essay titled What Western feminists can learn from Iran.
27 Sep 2022
Giorgia Meloni is no radical
In today's episode, Thomas Fazi writes about Italian voters and how they know Meloni won't change anything, in an UnHerd analytical exclusive article titled Giorgia Meloni is no radical.
26 Sep 2022
The EU is sleepwalking into anarchy
In today's episode Thomas Fazi writes about the EU's sanctions and how they are crippling the bloc's working class, in an exclusive essay for UnHerd titled The EU is sleepwalking into anarchy.
24 Sep 2022
Will Putin’s gamble pay off?
In today's episode David Patrikarakos writes about mass mobilisation and how is a symptom of Russia's defeat, in a weekend essay exclusive titled Will Putin’s gamble pay off?
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