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Holden Mufferaw: Someone Will Find Them

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Aijaz Ahmad: Israel’s Nukes

Former US President Jimmy Carter has again come under fire in the US mainstream media, since publicly saying that Israel has 150 or more nuclear weapons in its arsenal. Details about Israel’s nuclear weapons programme started emerging in 1986. International nuclear experts now believe that Israel maintains a cache of between 100 and 300 nuclear Read more…

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: George Bisharat – Ending the Palestinian Nakba

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Gareth Porter: Washington’s conflicting strategies on Iran

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Chris Spannos: Parecon and Anarchism: A Dialogue

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David Manningd: Reporting War

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Rachel MacCratic: McKinney for President

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Nathan Jones: Military Sexual Trauma pt. 2

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Nathan Jones: MIlitary Sexual Trauma in the US Military Part One

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Nathan Jones: Military Sexual Trauma Part 3

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Forrest Hylton: US backs eastern seccession in Bolivia: Minority landholders vote for independence

Friday May 9th, 2008–Bolivia‘s landowning eastern elite voted on Sunday for autonomy from President Evo Morales’ central government. According to author Forrest Hylton the US government has spent up to $125 million dollars supporting the secession movement, a movement which has been disregarded by a large percentage of the Bolivian population as well as governments Read more…

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Lonnie Atk: Lonnie vs. the FCC

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: Norman Finkelstein – The Coming Breakup of American Zionism, Part 1

Independent scholar and author, Norman Finkelstein, speaking at Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. The title of the lecture is "The Coming Breakup of American Zionism".

: Norman Finkelstein – The Coming Breakup of American Zionism, Part 2 (Q&A)

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Alexis Alexism: Pédagodgie économique

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Norman Solomon: War Made Easy

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Sam Mayfield: Occupying the Offices of General Dynamics. Burlington, VT

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Freedom Fight (ff): Roma Reffugee Camp

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Michael Baily: Blockade halts food aid to Gaza

Friday April 25th, 2008—The Gaza Strip has fallen eerily silent as day-to-day life grinds to a halt in the face of an Israeli fuel blockade that has forced the UN to halt its food shipments into the territory. Michael Bailey of Oxfam in Jerusalem tells The Real News Network that some 300,000 Gaza residents have Read more…

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Patrick Cockburn: Will Sadr declare open war?

Tuesday April 22nd, 2008–The Real Story: Behind Sadr’s warning to the US lies an unavoidable fact – he holds critical cards. In this three part story on "Who is Muqtada al Sadr?", Senior News Editor Paul Jay introduces the context . . . Sadr’s call for all out war until liberation if the attacks on Read more…

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Raj Patel: How World Bank policies led to famine in Haiti

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Michael Albert: Real Utopia-Left Forum ’08: Discussion Session 3/3

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Michael Albert: Real Utopia-Left Forum ’08: Discussion Session 2/3

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Michael Albert: Real Utopia-Left Forum ’08: Discussion Session Part 1

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Noam Chomsky: Modern-Day American Imperialism: Middle East and Beyond: 5/7

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Brian Dominick: Real Utopia-Left Forum ’08: Brian Dominick 11/11

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Noam Chomsky: Modern-Day American Imperialism: Middle East and Beyond: 7/7

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Noam Chomsky: Modern-Day American Imperialism: Middle East and Beyond: 6/7

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Noam Chomsky: Modern-Day American Imperialism: Middle East and Beyond: 4/7

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Noam Chomsky: Modern-Day American Imperialism: Middle East and Beyond: 3/7

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Noam Chomsky: Modern-Day American Imperialism: Middle East and Beyond: 2/7

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Brian Dominick: Real Utopia-Left Forum ’08: Brian Dominick 10/11

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Brian Dominick: Real Utopia-Left Forum ’08: Brian Dominick 9/11

This Left Forum panel proposes vision for what a future participatory society may look like while exploring real world examples in the US, Asia and Latin America, and the strategy and activism needed to take us there. It is inspired by the book Real Utopia: Participatory Society for the 21st Century (AK Press, May 2008) edited by Chris Spannos. Read more…

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Jessica Azulay: Real Utopia-Left Forum ’08: Jessica Azulay 8/11

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Mark Weisbrot: U.S. Policy Toward Latin America in the Post-Bush Era

Mark Weisbrot spoke on a panel with Greg Craig, a foreign policy advisor to Senator Barack Obama; Nora Lustig, a visiting Professor at the Elliott School of International Affairs; and, Mark Schneider, who is Senior Vice President and Special Advisor on Latin America at the International Crisis Group. The discussion was hosted by the Elliott Read more…

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Michael Albert: Real Utopia-Left Forum ’08: Michael Albert 7/11

This Left Forum panel proposes vision for what a future participatory society may look like while exploring real world examples in the US, Asia and Latin America, and the strategy and activism needed to take us there. It is inspired by the book Real Utopia: Participatory Society for the 21st Century (AK Press, May 2008) edited by Chris Spannos. Read more…

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Michael Albert: Real Utopia-Left Forum ’08: Michael Albert 5/11

This Left Forum panel proposes vision for what a future participatory society may look like while exploring real world examples in the US, Asia and Latin America, and the strategy and activism needed to take us there. It is inspired by the book Real Utopia: Participatory Society for the 21st Century (AK Press, May 2008) edited by Chris Spannos. Read more…

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Michael Albert: Real Utopia-Left Forum ’08: Michael Albert 6/11

This Left Forum panel proposes vision for what a future participatory society may look like while exploring real world examples in the US, Asia and Latin America, and the strategy and activism needed to take us there. It is inspired by the book Real Utopia: Participatory Society for the 21st Century (AK Press, May 2008) edited by Chris Spannos. Read more…

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Michael Albert: Greek Political Forum Interview 9/9

In March 2008, members of the Greek political forum "You Become the Change" interviewed Michael Albert. Michael Albert is a well-known, longtime political activist and co-founder of Zmagazine and ZNet. In this video, Michael Albert addresses the issue of why people do not trust politicians in response to a question submitted by Konstantinos. Go to… Read more…

Richard w. Franke: Real Utopia-Left Forum ’08: Richard W. Franke 3/11

This Left Forum panel proposes vision for what a future participatory society may look like while exploring real world examples in the US, Asia and Latin America, and the strategy and activism needed to take us there. It is inspired by the book Real Utopia: Participatory Society for the 21st Century (AK Press, May 2008) edited by Chris Spannos. Read more…

Richard w. Franke: Real Utopia-Left Forum ’08: Richard W. Franke 4/11

This Left Forum panel proposes vision for what a future participatory society may look like while exploring real world examples in the US, Asia and Latin America, and the strategy and activism needed to take us there. It is inspired by the book Real Utopia: Participatory Society for the 21st Century (AK Press, May 2008) edited by Chris Spannos. Read more…

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Michael Albert: Greek Political Forum Interview 8/9

In March 2008, members of the Greek political forum "You Become the Change" interviewed Michael Albert. Michael Albert is a well-known, longtime political activist and co-founder of Zmagazine and Znet. In this video, Michael Albert, addresses the issue of Socialism as a socioeconomic system in response to a question submitted by Stefanos. Go to… Pt. Read more…

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