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‘Occupy’: A Catalyst for Change?

Domingo, 16 de octubre del 2011

As anti-greed protests spread to cities across the world, Inside Story examines the movement’s goals and its impact. The ‘Occupy’ movement is holding gatherings around the world as protesters meet in the financial centres of several cities. The movement’s central site, United for Global Change, says 951 cities in 82 countries will participate in rallies.

The 9/11 Decade – The Clash of Civilizations?

Domingo, 11 de septiembre del 2011

A look behind the headline news of airstrikes and suicide bombings at the post-9/11 war for hearts and minds.

9/12 and the ‘War on Terror’

Viernes, 9 de septiembre del 2011

The events of 9/11 marked the beginning of what would become a decade of war. 9/11 marked the beginning of what would become a decade of war. On September 12, America awoke to the world’s sympathy; an unrivalled opportunity to transform the world for the better, but all Washington wanted was retribution.

CrossTalk: Tax ‘Em!

Jueves, 8 de septiembre del 2011

Why do the mega-rich want to be taxed? Will the Treasury notice a difference if the wealthy are taxed more? Will business development fall victim to this measure? Or is it all just a smart way to draw our attention from the real economic problems? CrossTalking with Carl Gibson, Mike Lapham and David Logan. CT on [...]

The fall of Tripoli

Lunes, 22 de agosto del 2011

After six long months, the Libyan capital is once again under threat. So much has changed since February – the rebels, backed by NATO, are emboldened and have the momentum.

Banking Looters

Viernes, 19 de agosto del 2011

This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, observe the British shock that there is no society. In the second half of the show Max talks to former bank regulator, William K. Black about the absence of justice for banking crimes and whether or not the population plays a role in demanding this justice.

Riots Spread In UK – Why?

Jueves, 11 de agosto del 2011

Riots that started in London have spread to other cities in the United Kingdom over a controversy involving the shooting of Mark Duggan as well as anger over high unemployment and massive budget cuts hitting the poor and working class. There’s also the issue of opportunistic looting. Cenk Uygur breaks it down.

Voices from Israel’s “July 14” Movement

Lunes, 8 de agosto del 2011

On July 14th, eight Israeli students set up tents on Rothschild Boulevard in the heart of Tel Aviv. Within days they were joined by hundreds of tents, and tent cities sprung up throughout the country. This movement, which became known as “July 14th” saw dozens of direct actions such as blockading the entrance to the [...]

Somalia Crisis One of ‘Largest in Decades’

Lunes, 18 de julio del 2011

US and Germany promise increased aid as East African drought victims continue to flood camps in Kenya and Ethiopia. East Africa’s hunger crisis has been described by a US official as one of the worst humanitarian crisis in decades amid stepped-up efforts by Western countries to provide relief aid and a decision by Kenya to open [...]

Greece a Dress Rehearsal for United States

Jueves, 14 de julio del 2011

Michael Hudson: Cuts to Social Security, Medicare and privatization at the state level mirror strategy imposed on Greece

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