Ones and Tooze Podcast: Why Air Travel Has Become so Miserable
How flight delays and cancellations became the new normal.
Part III: Who’s in Charge?
Tracing the journey of squid—a $500 million industry in Peru—hundreds of miles from home isn’t as simple as it seems.
Part II: Pota in Paita
From local markets to a processing plant, our team heads to one of the most important squid fisheries in the world: Paita, Peru.
Why the Russia-Ukraine War Has Germany Worried About Bunkers
Plus: The Faroe Islands and the economics of tiny governments.
How Squid Explains the State of Our Oceans
Foreign Policy’s new six-part narrative series on global fishing.
Part I: Out to Sea
The race to catch squid off the coast of Peru is increasingly pitting local artisanal fishers against huge multinational fleets.
How Banning Abortion Affects the Economic Lives of Women
Plus: Why the economy today reminds us of the 1970s—and why it doesn’t.
Foreign Policy Playlist: FP Live Future of Energy
The panelists looked at Putin’s efforts toward dominance in gas and oil, and how OPEC continues to undercut the US as gas and oil prices soar.
Foreign Policy Playlist: Allies in Afghanistan
This week on FP Playlist, we feature a new series from Lawfare about the Afghans who helped the war effort in Afghanistan.