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Audio, March, 30 2010
Patel's ZSpace page
Radical academic Raj Patel believes much can be learned from thinkers like Karl Marx, Karl Polanyi, and even Adam Smith about value, price, and the market.
Audio, March, 19 2010
Bennis's ZSpace page
Vice President Joe Biden is in the Middle East this week to promote a restarting of the stalled peace talks in the region....
Audio, March, 09 2010
O'keefe's ZSpace page
As the opening ceremonies for the 2010 Winter Olympics were taking place on Feb 12, NATO launched the largest offensive in the 9 years of the war in Afghanistan.
Audio, February, 18 2010
Albert's ZSpace page
If you want to win, then you want to listen to this lecture from Michael Albert. It's almost 10 years old, but is still very relevant!
Audio, December, 28 2009
Chomsky's ZSpace page
Chomsky speaks about the strategic isolation of Gaza from the rest of the Palestinian territories, the continued US/Israeli crimes, the corrupt Israeli prison system, the Israeli decision to choose expansion over security and many other US backed ...
Audio, December, 01 2009
Chomsky's ZSpace page
He's one of the most influential intellectuals of our age -- cited in more academic works than almost any other living scholar -- and yet many progressives are not familiar with his libertarian socialist ideas. Noam Chomsky talks about anarchism, ...
Audio, November, 22 2009
Trigona's ZSpace page
In Argentina, the President and a council of judges postponed a human rights trial for crimes committed during the nation's military dictatorship of the 1970s and 80s. The trial was supposed to examine crimes committed at a Navy Mechanics School, ...
Audio, November, 21 2009
Fitzgerald's ZSpace page
Paul Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Gould discuss the United States' outmoded thinking on Afghanisan, what needs to be understood about the relationship between India and Pakistan, and non-military solutions for peace that Obama can adopt.
Audio, November, 13 2009
Grossman's ZSpace page
The wall was a separation created between East Berlin and West Berlin as a result of the agreement between the four post-World War II allied powers: the Americans, British, French and the Soviet Union.