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Interviews about social, political and cultural subjects

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Lecture by Richard D. Wolff

Lecture by the well-known American economist Richard Wolff on the 24th of January 2012 at the All Souls Church in New York titled: 'The Costs of Capitalism's Crisis: Who Will Pay?'

94 MIN2012 APR 16
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Lecture by Richard D. Wolff

Lecture by James Peck

Lecture by James Peck, Adjunct Professor New York University, History and East Asian Departments. Author of ‘Ideal Illusions’, a critical study of how the US Government shaped human rights into a potent ideological weapon for purposes having little

61 MIN2012 MAR 30
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Lecture by James Peck

Noam Chomsky

Title of Lecture : Contours of Global Order: Domination, Stability, Security in a Changing World: the rise of Xenophobia in the West

73 MIN2011 APR 2
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Noam Chomsky

Interview with Trita Parsi

Interview with Trita Parsi about his book Treacherous Alliance. The secret dealings of Israel, Iran, and the U.S. in which he shows that ‘in order for Israel to take center stage in the new Middle East, Iran would have to remain on the political fringe

14 MIN2009 MAR 5
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Interview with Trita Parsi

Interview with Mohammed Alatar

Interview with the Palestinian-American political scientist, filmmaker and human rights activist Mohammed Alatar about his filmdocumentary The Iron Wall.

21 MIN2008 DEC 16
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Interview with Mohammed Alatar

Lecture by Kishore Mahbubani

A lecture by professor Kishore Mahbubani about his book The New Asian Hemisphere; the irresistible shift of global power to the east. Kishore Mahbubani (born 1948, Singapore) is dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National Universi

62 MIN2008 DEC 16
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Lecture by Kishore Mahbubani

Interview with Hamid Dabashi

Interview with Hamid Dabashi, professor of Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature at the Columbia University in New York about his book Iran. A People Interrupted, \"a brilliant analysis of the Iranian state of mind... Dabashi insists on a nuanced rea

51 MIN2008 NOV 18
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Interview with Hamid Dabashi

Interview with Norman Finkelstein

Interview with the American political scientist Norman Finkelstein, who held a lecture in Amsterdam under the title: The coming break-up of American Zionism.

18 MIN2008 NOV 18
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Interview with Norman Finkelstein

Lecture by Norman Finkelstein

Lecture by the American political scientist and author Norman Finkelstein under the title: The coming break-up of American Zionism.

64 MIN2008 NOV 18
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Lecture by Norman Finkelstein

Interview with Jonathan Cook

Interview with the British author Jonathan Cook about his book Blood and Religion. The Unmasking of the Jewish and Democratic State. Jonathan Cook, a former staff journalist of the Guardian and Observer newspapers, has also written for The Times, Le Mo

71 MIN2008 NOV 18
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Interview with Jonathan Cook

Latest Episodes

Lecture by Richard D. Wolff

Lecture by the well-known American economist Richard Wolff on the 24th of January 2012 at the All Souls Church in New York titled: 'The Costs of Capitalism's Crisis: Who Will Pay?'

94 MIN2012 APR 16
Comments
Lecture by Richard D. Wolff

Lecture by James Peck

Lecture by James Peck, Adjunct Professor New York University, History and East Asian Departments. Author of ‘Ideal Illusions’, a critical study of how the US Government shaped human rights into a potent ideological weapon for purposes having little

61 MIN2012 MAR 30
Comments
Lecture by James Peck

Noam Chomsky

Title of Lecture : Contours of Global Order: Domination, Stability, Security in a Changing World: the rise of Xenophobia in the West

73 MIN2011 APR 2
Comments
Noam Chomsky

Interview with Trita Parsi

Interview with Trita Parsi about his book Treacherous Alliance. The secret dealings of Israel, Iran, and the U.S. in which he shows that ‘in order for Israel to take center stage in the new Middle East, Iran would have to remain on the political fringe

14 MIN2009 MAR 5
Comments
Interview with Trita Parsi

Interview with Mohammed Alatar

Interview with the Palestinian-American political scientist, filmmaker and human rights activist Mohammed Alatar about his filmdocumentary The Iron Wall.

21 MIN2008 DEC 16
Comments
Interview with Mohammed Alatar

Lecture by Kishore Mahbubani

A lecture by professor Kishore Mahbubani about his book The New Asian Hemisphere; the irresistible shift of global power to the east. Kishore Mahbubani (born 1948, Singapore) is dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National Universi

62 MIN2008 DEC 16
Comments
Lecture by Kishore Mahbubani

Interview with Hamid Dabashi

Interview with Hamid Dabashi, professor of Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature at the Columbia University in New York about his book Iran. A People Interrupted, \"a brilliant analysis of the Iranian state of mind... Dabashi insists on a nuanced rea

51 MIN2008 NOV 18
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Interview with Hamid Dabashi

Interview with Norman Finkelstein

Interview with the American political scientist Norman Finkelstein, who held a lecture in Amsterdam under the title: The coming break-up of American Zionism.

18 MIN2008 NOV 18
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Interview with Norman Finkelstein

Lecture by Norman Finkelstein

Lecture by the American political scientist and author Norman Finkelstein under the title: The coming break-up of American Zionism.

64 MIN2008 NOV 18
Comments
Lecture by Norman Finkelstein

Interview with Jonathan Cook

Interview with the British author Jonathan Cook about his book Blood and Religion. The Unmasking of the Jewish and Democratic State. Jonathan Cook, a former staff journalist of the Guardian and Observer newspapers, has also written for The Times, Le Mo

71 MIN2008 NOV 18
Comments
Interview with Jonathan Cook
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