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Robert Fisk on Stephen Harper's foreign policy, the Arab Spring, and the wars in Syria, Mali and Afghanistan

February 1, 2013
| Derrick O'Keefe and Jahanzeb Hussain speak with journalist Robert Fisk about Canadian foreign policy under Stephen Harper, the Arab Spring, and the wars in Syria, Mali and Afghanistan.
Length: 25:32 minutes (23.39 MB)

Covering the 'war on terror': In conversation with Robert Fisk

Photo: The Independent

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 It is Monday morning January 21 and here I am sitting in downtown Toronto on a comfy white CBC couch with Robert Fisk, the most famous foreign correspondent in the world.

This veteran Beirut-based reporter for the UK newspaper, the Independent, has just provided among other things a spirited commentary on the latest bound-to-fail military interventions into Muslim lands by the west, this one in Mali, on the morning radio, The Current.

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| June 4, 2011

Robert Fisk on Bin Laden death

Robert Fisk, British author and journalist for the Independent, speaks on al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden's death during a U.S. raid on his mansion in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Fisk has interviewed Bin Laden three times in person.

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| March 21, 2011
| December 8, 2009

Fisk lashes out at West in Middle East

Russia Today's exclusive interview goes to the heart of the Middle East issue, which is constantly in focus.

RT's Peter Lavelle spoke to Robert Fisk in Lebanon, who's one of the most renowned journalists and authors on the subject.

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