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Ida B. Wells and Lessons to Learn from South Carolina

July 1, 2015

Dr. Paula Giddings discusses the South Carolina massacre, church burnings, Ferguson and more in the context of her work on the life and politics of Ida B. Wells.

Russia’s Emerging Defense and Security Doctrine: Impact on Europe and the Near East

June 9, 2014

…the near future. Implications for MENA The MENA region will also be affected. The Kremlin is making gains in MENA at the expense of the West. Meanwhile, the United States…

Real Media: Northern Ireland, Conservatives & Dark Money (1/2)

August 4, 2017

Adam Ramsay of Open Democracy discusses his investigation into the Democratic Unionist Party and dark money during the Brexit campaign (Part 1) Real Media, UK, Northern Ireland, conservatives, Open Democracy,…

Clinton Reaffirms Commitment to No-Fly Zone in Syria

October 20, 2016

In final presidential debate, host Chris Wallace challenged Clinton by saying a no-fly zone would lead to confrontation with Russia in Syria. Not a single word was said about climate…

Why Build the Green Party? – Jill Stein on Reality Asserts Itself (2/3)

February 16, 2015

On Reality Asserts Itself, former Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein tells Paul Jay that the Green Party will put the campaign in the service of social movements that deserve…

Is the Issue of Police Militarization a Distraction from Understanding Ferguson?

August 16, 2014

LEAP executive director Neill Franklin and Rev. Heber Brown III discuss how issues such as the war on drugs and poverty remain moot in the mainstream media coverage of Ferguson,…

Real Media: New Warfare & Transparency

September 24, 2017

Chris Cole of Drone Wars UK talks about the current state of the technology, the march to lethal autonomous warfare, and the absolute secrecy and lack of democratic scrutiny around…

Revealed: Qatar’s World Cup ‘slaves’

September 29, 2013

…Qatar designed to remake the tiny desert kingdom over the next two decades. Qatar has yet to start building stadiums for 2022, but has embarked on the big infrastructure projects…

“The only winning move is not to play”—the insanity of the regulatory race to the bottom

March 26, 2012

…the City of London by adopting even weaker protections for investors from securities fraud than does the United Kingdom (UK). The second form of insanity is that the JOBS Act…

Does the UK Need Donald Trump, or does America need Jeremy Corbyn?

Does the UK Need Donald Trump, or does America Need Jeremy Corbyn?

October 22, 2018

In Part 1, TRNN correspondent Jaisal Noor speaks to Brits about their views on the U.S. president, Brexit, and more…