On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan are joined by producer Austin Pelli to talk about the environment in Geneva around the meeting between Putin and Biden, the PBS documentary painting a terrorist as ‘misunderstood’, the true science behind coronaviruses and Covid-19.
Putin-Biden summit comes amid historic tension; Fujimori “fraud” claim met with skepticism; How surveillance state let Trump subpoena Dems
On today’s episode of The Backstory, host Lee Stranahan and co-host John Kiriakou discussed current events, including Taiwan reporting the largest incursion yet by the Chinese air force, and Nikki Haley has warned against salvaging the landmark Iran Nuclear Deal.
Biden enlists NATO members for its new cold war with China. Has the alliance found a new purpose?
The Presidents of Russia and the US will meet in Geneva on 16 June to discuss issues including unresolved bilateral issues, strategic stability, and regional conflicts, according to a Kremlin spokesman.
Israel swears in Naftali Bennet as prime minister as America struggles with diminishing support for Israel.
On this episode of Fault Lines, host Shane Stranahan is joined by producer Austin Pelli to talk about the mass land purchases from Blackwater Real Estate, the effects of Covid on the mindset of the upper middle class, the allegations against Dianne Morales, notable remarks from the G7 meeting in Cornwall.
NATO calls China “systemic challenge”; New Israeli PM no cause for Palestinian celebration; How Cuba wages war on Covid despite US sanctions
On today’s episode of The Backstory, host Lee Stranahan and co-host John Kiriakou discussed current events, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s vision for a new “Global Britain” and President Zelenskyy demanding a decision on Ukraine's accession to NATO.
The Tigray region in Ethiopia faces the grim prospect of a man-made famine. What can be done to end this slide into tribal conflict?
Join George Galloway for the Mother of All Talk Shows! Еhis week we talk about the Northern Ireland Brexit treaty, UK government's unlawful Covid contract, wildlife conservation, and the latest headlines from US & UK.
A New York Times article that reads like a CIA public relations release implies that the US must maintain control of the Afghan government after withdrawing foot soldiers.
On today’s episode of The Backstory, host Lee Stranahan and co-host John Kiriakou discussed current events, including Governor Greg Abbott saying Texas will address an escalating security crisis by building its own border wall, and up to half of the enhanced jobless benefits paid out to help Americans weather the pandemic was reportedly stolen.
The homelessness crisis continues unabated. How cities need the political will to provide universal housing.
G7 nations propose world minimum corporate tax; US sanctions Nicaragua ahead of elections; Sex abuse scandal explodes at Michigan University
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about the evolution into neonazis, the siege of the Capitol building on January 6th, controversial statements by Norman Finkelstein, and expectations about the summit meeting of Putin and Biden.
CA Activists stop Israel ship from docking; How Muhammad Ali worked to stop 1st Iraq War; Africa’s agroecologists resist seed monopolization
On today’s episode of The Backstory, host Lee Stranahan and co-host John Kiriakou discussed current events, including the Biden administration calling on Nigeria to unblock Twitter and Biden & Boris Johnson committing to further enhance US-UK bilateral defense.
Biden heads to Europe for the G7 summit and Putin meeting. Will we see any significant changes in US foreign policy?
Ukraine has drafted an "indigenous peoples" law that does not recognize ethnic Russians as a group.