Podcast Episode 1: Clash // Cohesion

Le Zadig introduces you to its brand new podcast! This year, Le Zadig will create a podcast to accompany every print edition of Sciences Po Menton’s student journal to expand on and explore the themes, the articles, and the ideas of the student body.
This first episode of the Le Zadig podcast looks at the world at a crossroads. First, host Sebastian Torero sits down for a discussion with editors-in-chief Ryan Zohar and Berke Alikasifoglu about the current political climate of the struggle between a closer world or reinforcing division. Next, an interview with Sciences Po student John Vincent to discuss their articles about a deal between the members of OPEC that could have a major impact on the global economy, and finally an interview with Sciences Po student Hardy Hewson to talk about Brexit, Britain, and Lon-dependence.

Check out Le Zadig online: http://lezadig.com/
And also the online version of the print edition: https://issuu.com/lezadig/docs/clashcohesion

Sebastian Torero

Say the name “Sebastian” at Sciences Po and people will nod in respect. A multilingual, multicultural athlete, guitarist, and natural writer, Seb navigates from discipline to discipline with the same facility that his favorite team the Chicago Bulls breaks ankles. As he walks down Rue Longue, he can never get a break—loved by his fellow students for his humility and charm. Not to mention fashion, his Inca necklace draws compliments from all. When you hear laughter erupt from a nearby classroom, you can be sure it was caused by Sebastian’s impeccably placed wit. As things get more serious, his Peruvian-American background is a true asset, as he actively gets involved in issues bridging the continents. Sebastian will be out of the office on the week of October 24th, reporting on the Chicago Cubs at the World Series—“Insha’allah!”.
Sebastian Torero

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