“There is a funny idea in Washington that you have to have access to those in power to do journalism.” Story Transcript CHARLES LEWIS, JOURNALIST: The part of the problem is the 24-7 news cycle. So many things are happening so fast, and reporters have to file so many stories a day now in so […]
This is the first segment of a two part interview, Senior Editor Paul Jay talks with Aijaz Ahmad.
This is the second half of an interview with Aijaz Ahmad.
In part two of this two-part interview Pepe Escobar talks with Senior Editor Paul Jay about the current state of Iraqi leadership. Story Transcript VOICE-OVER: Senior editor Paul Jay discusses the reality of life on the ground in Iraq with Pepe Escobar, correspondent for the Real News and columnist for The Asia Times Online. Pepe […]
“This trip is part of a campaign of manufacturing consents about success in Iraq and diverting attention from the obvious failures of the surge plan. Which is something that, especially Americans, have no idea because American mainstream media does not show what’s really happening on the ground in Iraq.” Part one of a two-part interview, […]
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Non-native men are reported to be committing 86% of these assaults. Jodi Rave discusses questions of jurisdiction and what level of commitment exists to prosecute these crimes.
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“There really are wholesale disappearances here and I think it’s time for accountability on that and real investigation by journalists to take on this issue.”