Utilizamos cookies propias y de terceros para mejorar tu experiencia de navegación. Si continuas navegando, consideramos que aceptas el uso de cookies.

Aceptar
Más información
¿Por qué se perpetúan las dictaduras? (Primera parte)

¿Por qué se perpetúan las dictaduras? (Primera parte)

Audio no disponible. Inténtalo más tarde.
Preparando para la descarga

Preparando audio para descarga.

Escucha patrocinada. El audio empezará en pocos segundos...

X

Déjanos tu email y te enviaremos gratis los mejores audios de Política, economía y opinión.

Descripción de ¿Por qué se perpetúan las dictaduras? (Primera parte)

crisis economía política editorial gobierno

Comentarios

_('Imágen de usuario')

Descubre podcasts de otros países

The guardian UK: Politics Weekly

The guardian UK: Politics Weekly

Political analysis from the Guardian and Observer's top journalists and commentators

St Mungo's

St Mungo's

St Mungo's is London's largest charity for homeless people. We open our doors to homeless and vulnerable people, enabling their recovery, and work to prevent rough sleeping in the first place. We run over 100 projects and help thousands of people make life changes every year.

TALKING POLITICS

TALKING POLITICS

From the University of Cambridge comes ELECTION, our weekly Politics Podcast; asking the questions that no one else is in the run-up to the British General Election with the greatest minds inside and outside the political arena. Can democracy adapt to our strained political system? Who (if anyone) will ‘win’ in 2015? What can the lessons of the past teach us about the future? Professor David Runciman interviews and puts these questions to philosophers, historians, scientists, and political thinkers – with enlightening results – in a weekly podcast series coming from his office in the Department of Politics and International Studies. More information at http://www.cam.ac.uk/election

5 live Investigates

5 live Investigates

Adrian Goldberg presents cutting edge investigative journalism, as well as taking on listeners' campaigns and consumer issues

More or Less: Behind the Stats

More or Less: Behind the Stats

Tim Harford investigates numbers in the news. Numbers are used in every area of public debate. But are they always reliable? Tim and the More or Less team try to make sense of the statistics which surround us. A half-hour programme broadcast at 1600 on Friday afternoons and repeated at 2000 on Sundays on Radio 4. BBC World Service broadcasts a short edition over the weekend.