Tag archive for "Jeremy Scahill"

Entrevistas

Miércoles, 29 de mayo del 2013

Investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill and author Noam Chomsky recently sat down together at Harvard University to discuss Scahill’s groundbreaking new book, “Dirty Wars: The World is a Battlefield.” Amy Goodman hosted the discussion, which was sponsored by the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Harvard Kennedy School and the ACLU of Massachusetts.

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Noticias

Viernes, 24 de mayo del 2013

After the seizure of AP’s phone records, we ask if the US is still the land of the free for journalists and sources. On May 10th, the Associated Press news agency received an email from the US Department of Justice saying that records of more than 20 phone lines assigned to its reporters had been secretly [...]

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Internacionales

Viernes, 3 de mayo del 2013

When we experience terror at home, we must remember the United States’s use of terror abroad    April is usually a cheerful month in New England, with the first signs of spring, and the harsh winter at last receding. Not this year.

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Internacionales

Lunes, 29 de abril del 2013

Jeremy Scahill, Blowback Reporter Chalmers Johnson’s book Blowback: The Costs and Consequences of American Empire was published in March 2000 — and just about no one noticed.  Until then, blowback had been an obscure term of CIA tradecraft, which Johnson defined as “the unintended consequences of policies that were kept secret from the American people.”  In his [...]

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Entrevistas

Miércoles, 6 de febrero del 2013

Premiering this week at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, the new documentary “Dirty Wars: The World is a Battlefield” follows investigative reporter Jeremy Scahill to Afghanistan, Somalia and Yemen as he chases down the hidden truths behind America’s expanding covert wars. We’re joined by Scahill and the film’s director, Rick Rowley, an independent journalist [...]

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Jeremy Scahill: Minerals, WikiLeaks, and Blackwater for Sale
Entrevistas

Martes, 15 de junio del 2010

Source: GRITtv According to the news, Afghanistan is “suddenly” worth one trillion dollars of mineral wealth and there is a hunt for the founder of WikiLeaks. Is this news though? Or is this a slow, carefully timed archaeological dig of the politics that shape the news? On one hand, there are documents from decades ago indicating [...]

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