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Libertarian Europe podcast is hosted by Lucas Nunes, a journalist, based in Dublin, Ireland.

Libertarian Europe podcasts hold several themes, especially themes regarding libertarianism in the old continent, politics, economics, current events, history and philosophy. 

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Our episodes

The Window Tax lasted for several decades in Britain and France. Learn about the origins of this tax, how people avoided it and and the consequences of this tax.


Discover the story of the French cheese born of tax evasion during the Middle Ages.


This is the first episode of our series: Libertarian Businesses, where we will talk about businesses that are liberty-minded in the old continent. 
We have interviewed Stéphane Geyres for this episode to talk about one of his projects, a book publishing company in France called Éditions Résurgence. 
You can buy the books by Éditions Résurgence website here: 


How was life in Romania under the dictatorship of Ceausescu? How did it come to an end? What are the similarities between the socialist Romania of Ceausescu and the world of today? I had a chat with the Romanian engineer and writer of this period, Marius Mioc, who fought for freedom in the anticommunist revolution of 1989 in Romania.


How can Europe compare to the US on the matters of ‘wokeism’ inside the academic world? I had a chat with Horea Christian, a neuroscientist, psychopharmacologist, and free software developer, from Romania, who, over the course of his academic career, has studied at the University of Heidelberg (DE), the State University of St. Petersburg (RU), and the ETH Zurich (CH), from which he holds a doctorate. He has further worked as a researcher at the University of Oxford (UK), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MA/USA), and the University of Oldenburg (DE).


What is the fascist doctrine, after all? In this episode, we will explore fascism, this economical, social and political doctrine idealised by Giovanni Gentile and Benito Mussolini and the two most famous nations where fascism was applied: Italy and Germany, under this regime.


How is libertarianism in France? I had a chat with Stéphane Geyres, one of the founders of the French libertarian movement, to know more about it.

Visit Stéphane Geyres’ website:

How much shall we trust our governments? In this episode we will explore the events where the British government scientists performed several experiments simulating biological and chemical attacks on its own population for several decades, exposing millions of unaware citizens to dangerous bacteria and chemicals.

This episode is about the the importance of critical thinking in an era of Complicity Theorists and growing censorship.

In this episode, the idea of a global minimum corporate tax and how it could affect European countries will be analysed.

In this episode learn more about talk about the free Republic of Cospaia, a nation with no government and no taxes that existed for nearly four centuries.

In this episode learn more about why we won’t have an economic boom just after the crisis.

In this first episode I will make a review about my favourite introductory book to economics and politics, Economic Policy: Thoughts for Today and Tomorrow, by the Austrian Economist, Ludwig von Mises.