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| March 10, 2016
Obama sets out his climate test for Keystone XL
| February 4, 2015

Recent accord between U.S. and Cuba stops short of significant change

January 23, 2015
| Americans able to visit more freely, the Cuban 5 released and essential construction materials allowed into the country. But what else was in the agreement between Obama and Castro?
Length: 15:56 minutes (14.6 MB)
| October 6, 2014

Sierra Club learns of secret deal between Alberta government and Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers

July 22, 2014
| Sierra Club Canada says it's been told of a secret deal to increase carbon tax in return for reduced clean-up requirements on tailings ponds.
Length: 09:48 minutes (8.98 MB)
| April 29, 2014
| April 23, 2014
| January 7, 2014

Obama’s new normal: drone strikes

There has been yet another violent attack with mass casualties. This was not the act of a lone gunman, or of an armed student rampaging through a school. It was a group of families en route to a wedding that was killed. The town was called Radda -- not in Colorado, not in Connecticut, but in Yemen. The weapon was not an easy-to-obtain semiautomatic weapon, but missiles fired from U.S. drones. On Thursday, Dec. 12, 17 people were killed, mostly civilians. The London-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism has consistently tracked U.S. drone attacks, recently releasing a report on the six months following President Barack Obama’s major address on drone warfare before the National Defense University (NDU) last May.


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Rationales for war: The Responsibility To Protect

December 13, 2013
| Derrick O’Keefe returns to continue his examination of the rationales for war, focusing in this segment on the notion of the responsibility to protect.
Length: 13:43 minutes (12.57 MB)
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