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Episode 167

Has the surge of political anti-orthodoxy in Spain since the 2008 economic crash and the EU-dictated austerity response run out of steam? With the threat of separatism, particularly Catalonian, is it now time to say Viva Espana or goodbye Spain? Dr. Daniel Briggs of the European University of Madrid to discuss. And the centenary of the February Revolution, which marked the beginning of the end for Tsarist Russia and set in motion the events of Red October. But has the Russian Revolution stood the test of time? Joining us is Professor Christopher Read from the University of Warwick.

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