On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and Walter Smolarek are joined by Dr. Christine Hong, Associate Professor of Critical Race and Ethnic Studies at UC Santa Cruz and a member of the Korea Policy Institute, and Simone Chun, a fellow at the Korea Policy Institute and a member of the Korean Peace Network.
How the failure to address racial apartheid in America in the past caused a Trump presidency; Are Blacks inspirational films worth watching?
This week John and Dr Marcus Papadopoulos analyze a week during which history has been made, as the West launched a military attack on Syria with no UN mandate or parliamentary approval. They discuss the subsequent media campaign attacking renowned figures, including award-winning journalist Robert Fisk, who question the UK government line.
On this episode of Fault Lines, guests join hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discussing the United States’s missile strikes against Syria and the mainstream media’s (mis)coverage of Syria and the Skripal case.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and Walter Smolarek are joined by Daniel Lazare, a journalist and author of “The Frozen Republic,” “The Velvet Coup,” and “America's Undeclared War,” and Jim Kavanagh, the editor of ThePolemicist.net.
Facebook collects non-facebook users data, South Africa's changing foreign policy, April is National Poetry Month, and the arrest of black patrons at Starbucks.
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan break down the recent airstrikes in Syria and the potential impacts of increased military action in the war-torn country.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and Walter Smolarek and Nicole Roussell, sitting in for John Kiriakou, are joined by Rick Sterling, an investigative journalist and member of the Syria Solidarity Movement, and Francis Boyle, a professor of international law at the University of Illinois College of Law.
Trump bombs Syria, now what?; Marking the 50th anniversary of the Republic of New Afrika; Farm workers go on strike against bit tobacco.
On today’s episode of Double Down, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert talk to Scottish businessman, Neil Mitchell, about the latest on the Royal Bank of Scotland’s ‘inappropriate’ behavior.
On this episode of Fault Lines, guests join hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discussing the aftermath of Friday’s missile strikes in Syria. What if any geopolitical, security or other policy goals were achieved?
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan continue to discuss the rapidly evolving situation in Syria. What policies and actions can the Trump administration pursue to avoid a continued escalation and threat of major conflict?
Almost exactly one year to the date of 2017's purported Khan Shaykhun chemical weapons attack, a near-identical incident has now taken place outside of Damascus, with the suspicious circumstances and timing of this disputed event raising questions about who wanted it to supposedly happen and why.
The upcoming Arab League summit in Saudi Arabia this weekend comes at a time when the Arab States are more divided than ever, drawing into question whether it can ever regain the unity of purpose that it supposedly had in the past.
Our final topic, picked by you, dear listeners, earlier in a poll on our Facebook page, is “Skripal Sanctions: Bullying Big Business”, focusing on the ulterior motives that the US has for sanctioning Russian businessmen.
The endless jailing of Herman Bell, Oklahoma Teacher Strikes Ends, James Comey's new book, and the future career of Colin Kaepernick.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Mark Sleboda, an international Affairs and Security Analyst, and Ann Wright, a retired United States Army colonel and former US State Department official in Afghanistan, who resigned in protest of the invasion of Iraq and became an anti-war activist.
Veganism is growing exponentially in many western countries. The number of full-time vegans in the UK has grown fourfold in the past 10 years. What is veganism, why is it becoming mainstream and why should you consider becoming one?
The US Department of Homeland Security’s decision to set up a media monitoring database represents the next step in the Orwellian takeover of the global information space and will assuredly be abused for Hybrid War purposes.
Humanitarian crisis in Congo escalates, Trump's welfare reform executive order, anti-war marches, Mike Pompeo grilled by Senators.
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