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Alice Rothchild Interview — Podcast February 13, 2017

If You Prick Us, Do We Not Bleed…If You Wrong Us, Shall We Not Revenge?: Jewish-American Physician Alice Rothchild Addresses the Legacy of Injury And Retribution That a Purely Geopolitical Approach To the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Has Inflicted On the Inhabitants Of the Region. Democratic … Continue reading

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Blowback: the Consequences of an Ignorant and Overly Aggressive Foreign Policy — Podcast February 2, 2015

They May Hate Us, But It’s Not Because of Our Freedoms: Mike Cosentino, Gary LaMaster, and Steve Williamson discuss the failures of a U.S. foreign policy that has in recent years relied more on military bluster than common sense. Why has the War on Terror … Continue reading

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A Realistic View Of US Foreign Policy In The Middle East.

On July 29, 2013, Democratic Perspective hosted Stephen M. Walt, professor of international affairs at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. Professor Walt is an author, a widely respected expert on foreign policy and a leading proponent of … Continue reading

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Why Military Action In Iran Has To Be Option Of Last Resort.

To address the Republican-led drumbeat for war with Iran, Democratic Perspective turned to Middle Eastern expert, Dr. Paul Lenze of Northern Arizona University. We started by asking Dr. Lenze about the history between Iran and the US. “The bad blood … Continue reading

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Noam Chomsky Interview, Part 2 — Podcast July 18, 2011

The Arab Spring and U.S. Foreign Policy: The Democracy Deficit There and Here. In the second part of Democratic Perspective’s interview with Professor Chomsky, he offers his insight into the causes and likely outcome of the revolts which led to … Continue reading

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Dr. Faten Ghosn Interview — Podcast June 6, 2011

The Arab Spring: What’s Next: Dr. Faten Ghosn, Assistant Professor of International Relations at the University of Arizona, speaks to Democratic Perspective co-hosts Mike Cosentino and Steve Williamson about the significance of the Arab Spring for the future of the … Continue reading

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Arab Spring – What Next?

In recent months, we have seen several nations in the Middle East overthrow long-time dictators. The uprising in Tunisia was followed by the overthrow of Mubarak in Egypt and large protests in Algeria, Bahrain, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Syria and … Continue reading

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