Stories from countries turned upside down

36 min listen

This six-part series is the latest addition to Spectator Radio. Each week, our panellists from around the world select a story that gives you an inside look at what’s happening outside their windows, presented by Kate Andrews. In this episode, Reason magazine’s Nick Gillespie asks how much Trump knew about coronavirus before deciding to act; Silvia Sciorilli Borrelli reports from Rome on the strings attached to the EU’s coronavirus rescue deal to Italy; and the Hong Kong Free Press’s Jennifer Creery highlights concerns that local police are using the crisis to clamp down further on pro-democracy protestors.


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