U.S. foreign policy

Podcast
Feb 3, 2011

What led to the uprising in Egypt

Redeye
Stephen Zunes joins us on Redeye to talk about the Mubarak regime, the Egyptian economy and the Obama administration's response to the pro-democracy movement in the streets.
News
Feb 1, 2011

Falling Arab dictatorships and Israeli government panic

Mordecai Briemberg
In the backdrop of the spreading unrest in the Middle East, the Israeli government is showing its anti-democratic tendencies that move beyond their treatment of Palestinians to the wider Arab world.
Podcast
Oct 1, 2010
Redeye

U.S. plans to expand drug war in Mexico

Redeye
Hillary Clinton is calling for an escalation of U.S. military activity in Mexico. Laura Carlsen says her remarks are opening the door to a much broader type of intervention in the country.
Podcast
Mar 16, 2010

Mistrust of U.S. runs deep in Iran

Redeye
Despite a crackdown on the reform movement and widespread repression, Iranians want the United States to stay out of their domestic politics, according to historian Professor Ervand Abrahamian.
Podcast
Feb 16, 2010

New report critiques U.S. policy in Africa

Redeye
Africa Policy Outlook 2010 is produced by Africa Action, the oldest African social justice organization to operate in the U.S. We speak with executive director Gerald Lemelle.
Columnists
Jan 8, 2010

Evasion of the body scanners

All the talk of airport security amounts to evading the key issue: why this continues and how to reverse the trend line. But that requires talking foreign policy, not airport screening.

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