Tag Archives: U.S. Foreign Policy

2017 In Review – Podcast January 8, 2018

The Year In Review – 2017 In Trumplandia. The Democratic Perspective team reviews the year gone by. Dick Searle discusses the administration’s many attacks on the environment. Paul Schwartz looks at the positives, saying things in Sedona and Arizona look … Continue reading

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U.S. Defense Spending, Part II — Podcast April 15, 2013

The Downside of Defense Spending: Gary LaMaster joins Mike Cosentino, Bill Timberman, and Steve Williamson as Democratic Perspective continues its discussion of  oversized U.S. defense budgets and their unintended consequences.

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Democratic Perspective Retrospective — Podcast October 24, 2011

Our First 30 Weeks: A Democratic Perspective Retrospective. Since April 4th of this year, Democratic Perspective has been bringing Northern Arizona new voices and a fresh approach to international, national, state, and local political and economic issues. Our co-hosts, Mike … 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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