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Published on: June 2, 2014
Episode 17: Britain's "Tea Party Moment" and an Insider's View of Ukraine's Elections

Good evening, TAI podcast listeners! We have an excellent episode for you today, so kick back, relax, and enjoy the show.

First, host Richard Aldous speaks with Michael White, assistant editor at the Guardian, about the rise of fringe parties in recent European Parliamentary elections, and the two discuss what UKIP’s unprecedented rise might mean for Britain’s domestic politics.

Then, James Ketterer, Bard College’s Senior Fellow at the Institute for International Liberal Education and Director of International Academic Initiatives at the Center for Civic Engagement joins us to discuss his time spent working as an observer of Ukraine’s recent presidential elections.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. You can follow our host, Richard Aldous, on Twitter @RJAldous, Michael White @MichaelWhite, and James Ketterer @jpketterer.

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