Znet Article, April, 01 2004
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DAN RATHER, co-host: In the year since American forces invaded Iraq, we've learned hundreds of American soldiers have broken the law and gone AWOL, "absent without leave." This is the story of one of them and of the men he deserted. Tonight you w...
Znet Article, February, 15 2004
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Making Sense of the Korean Crisis
Znet Article, May, 28 2003
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Haggai Matar is a 19 year-old Israeli who is one of the founders of the Shministim, an organization of high school seniors who refuse to serve in the military. He has now been court martialed and is facing up to three years of imprisonment for his...
Znet Article, November, 11 2002
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Being the centre of attention does not come easy for Evo Morales. The day before our Buenos Aires interview he had smiled awkwardly as hundreds of poor Bolivian immigrants crowded around him for autographs. On the morning of our meeting he had bee...
Znet Article, October, 25 2002
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(1) Can you tell ZNet, please, what your new book, Our Media Not Theirs? What is it trying to communicate?Our Media, Not Theirs: The Democratic Struggle Against Corporate Media is about the crisis of media in the United States and the growing move...
Znet Article, September, 26 2002
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GEORGE MONBIOT has become one of the leading voices of the global justice movement worldwide. He is a regular columnist for Britainâ€™s Guardian newspaper and author of Captive State: The Corporate Takeover of Britain. He was recentl...
Znet Article, August, 19 2002
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What do you feel about the current state of educational criticism across the world? We hear terms such as democratic schooling and progressive schooling? Are they for real? What would these look like? Well in order to answer your question adequa...