War for Yemen, planning London, & Falkland tensions (E199)
Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the war in Yemen. Sami Ramadani, senior lecturer at London Metropolitan, believes “the Saudi objective is to dominate Yemeni politics” and the US doesn’t mind destruction in places it can’t control. Peter Rees, former City of London planning chief, looks at the planning successes and failures of “the best party city on the planet.” David Bartlett, news editor for the Liverpool Echo, takes a look at the ‘Love Activists’ occupying the former Bank of England building in a protest against homelessness. And with renewed tensions over the fate of the Falklands, how will the West view a new agreement building closer ties between Argentina and Russia?
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