About the Episode
Winter is coming, temperatures are dropping, and people in Europe and elsewhere face a cost-of-living crisis that would have seemed unimaginable only a year ago. On Deep Dish, young people across Europe share how they are coping with the rising costs. Then, the European Council on Foreign Relations’ Susi Dennison unpacks how overlapping economic, climate, and geopolitical crises are shaping people’s lives and could alter the continent’s politics.
This episode is sponsored by Horizon Therapeutics.
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