Is the US-Yemen strategy counter-productive? Can the US afford to ignore Yemen's larger political and economic problems while pursuing its covert military strategy? And what will be the consequences of this war? Inside Story Americas, with presenter Shihab Rattansi, discusses with guests: Jeremy Scahill, national security correspondent at the Nation Magazine; David Newton, a former US ambassador to Yemen; and Robert Grenier, former top counter-terrorism Official at the CIA.
A complex and sustained attack on the capital of Afghanistan by insurgents was fought back by coalition forces this week. ISAF spokesperson, General Jacobson and soldiers involved in the fight talk about the operation
This week two Shia activists in the Gulf states have been stripped of their citizenships, sparking claims of discrimination and pointing to growing tensions between Sunni and Shia. Many fear it could spark unrest in the region, and lead to new alliances and a new revival of shia interests.
"The Stench of Truth" radio show; talk radio on conspiracies, the paranormal, hidden history, secret societies, and more. Fridays, 7-9PM Eastern time on:
This episode features Marcus Allen from the magazine Nexus, he is a distributoor of the magazine in the UK and frequently works with David Percy and Mary Bennett in talks about the moon landing hoax as revealed in the book "Dark Moon; Apollo and the whistleblowers" Very interesting discussion.
The investigation into the assassination of a Hamas leader in Dubai hotel is in full swing, with evidence mounting against the Israeli secret service. An expert on the intelligence community, Gordon Thomas, the murder was 'Mossad-style' and their form of execution.
Playing US Theatres from April 8 in NYC and LA April 15,
this groundbreaking new documentary uses a stunning new animation technique to tell the story of the modern cultural icon Bill Hicks.
Music: "Breathe Me" performed by Sia, courtesy of Island UK and Universal Music Operations Ltd. Written by Furler/Carey.
Bill Hicks - Positive Drug Story
Today a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves.
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Will the US, China and India sign a second term of the EU backed Kyoto protocol? Guests of the show: Praful Bidwai, an expert on climate politics; and Jim Footner, head of climate and energy for Greenpeace.