Gracias a Internet hemos dejado de depender de las imágenes y sonidos controlados por los medios de comunicación tradicionales. Hoy contamos con miles de fuentes audiovisuales que profundizan en todos los campos de nuestro interés, por lo que mantenerse desinformado ya no es culpa de la manipulación de los medios, hoy el ser ignorante es una decisión consciente.
En Amauta nos mantenemos buscando esas historias, documentales, entrevistas que profundizan en los temas que más nos deberían interesar.
Shannon Biggs & Maude Barlow: Recognizing the Rights of Nature
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Viernes, 22 de abril del 2011

“The real issue here is that modern humanity looks at nature as a great big resource for our pleasure, profit and convenience, and we do whatever we want with it. We’re in trouble,” says Maude Barlow of our current relationship with the our natural world. She and Shannon Biggs have spearheaded [...]

Water used to cool Fukushima flowing back to sea
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Viernes, 18 de marzo del 2011

In an exclusive interview with RT, Sergey Shoigu, Russia’s Emergencies Minister, discussed the work of emergency services and international rescue amid the growing threat of a nuclear reactor meltdown in Japan following the quake and tsunami.

Naomi Klein on Anti-Union Bills and Shock Doctrine American-Style
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Miércoles, 9 de marzo del 2011

“This is a Frontal Assault on Democracy, It’s a Kind of a Corporate Coup D’Etat” As a wave of anti-union bills are introduced across the country following the wake of Wall Street financial crisis, many analysts are picking up on the theory that award-winning journalist and author Naomi Klein first argued in her [...]

Information Wars
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Lunes, 28 de febrero del 2011

How Will Governments Deal with the Information Revolution? Information is power and in the age of the information revolution, cyber and satellite communication is transforming our lives, reinventing the relationship between people and power. New media, from WikiLeaks to Facebook, Twitter to YouTube, is persistently challenging the traditional flow of information, and cyber [...]

Democracy And The Battle In Wisconsin
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Miércoles, 23 de febrero del 2011

John Nichols: We don’t elect kings with term limits, democracy is a struggle over public policy

“Democracy Uprising” in the U.S.A.?
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Domingo, 20 de febrero del 2011

Noam Chomsky on Wisconsin’s Resistance to Assault on Public Sector, the Obama-Sanctioned Crackdown on Activists, and the Distorted Legacy of Ronald Reagan World-renowned public intellectual Noam Chomsky discusses several domestic issues in the United States, including the protests in defense of public sector employees and unions in Wisconsin, how the U.S. deification of former President Ronald [...]

The Egypt Effect
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Miércoles, 16 de febrero del 2011

Thousands of people are taking to streets across the region demanding political and social reform. Tens of thousands of people in countries such as Algeria, Jordan and Yemen are taking to the streets, demanding complete political and social overhaul. Their leaders have promised changes but protesters say that is not enough. The latest demonstrations [...]

Noam Chomsky: How Climate Change Became a ‘Liberal Hoax’
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Martes, 15 de febrero del 2011

In this sixth video in the series “Peak Oil and a Changing Climate” from The Nation and On The Earth Productions, linguist, philosopher and political activist Noam Chomsky talks about the Chamber of Commerce, the American Petroleum Institute and other business lobbies enthusiastically carrying out campaigns “to try and convince the population [...]

Robert Fisk on the Gap Between U.S. Rhetoric and Action in the Egyptian Uprising
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Jueves, 10 de febrero del 2011

“The Great Tragedy is Obama Chose Not to Hold Out His Hand” The longtime Middle East correspondent of The Independent newspaper in London joins us from Cairo to talk about the popular uprising ongoing across Egypt, its regional implications, and how Obama should respond. “[The protesters] are asking for nothing less than Americans accept in their [...]

Democracy in the Arab World?
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Martes, 8 de febrero del 2011

The protests that overthrew half a century of autocratic rule in Tunisia are spreading. The governments of Egypt, Algeria and Yemen are feeling the wrath of decades of repression as people take to the streets and demand freedom – freedom of expression, freedom from forced choices. The spread of democratic voices in the region is unprecedented, [...]

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