Renowned journalist, activist and board member for The Real News Jonathan Schell dead at 70
Jonathan Schell: Netanyahu’s real objective is to influence the outcome of the US elections
Jonathan Schell: Nuclear strategy still rooted in cold war thinking
Jonathan Schell, writer for The Nation and professor at The New School in New York City speaks to Paul Jay about Obama’s commitments on nuclear non-proliferation. He says what Obama has promised in terms of a new round of negotiations is only in the short term. He then speaks about the double standard that is inevitably created by nine countries having significant nuclear power, while the rest being sworn into the non- proliferation treaty.
Jonathan Schell, writer for The Nation and professor at The New School in New York City speaks to Paul Jay about what a world without nuclear weapons might look like. He says to move there, the United States must commit to a nuclear weapons convention, like other countries. He also explains that for this to happen, the hegemony of nine countries being in the "nuclear club" will have to change.
Part 2 on Monday. The Real News Senior editor Paul Jay and Jonathan Schell, activist, journalist and author discuss the importance and meaning of the election of Barack Obama.
Jonathan Schell examines the differences in foreign policy between The Democrats and The Republicans
Jonathan Schell examines how much the leading Republicans differ on foreign policy
Jonathan Schell examines how much the candidates differ on issues of foreign policy
Jonathan Schell on the candidates; and questions of war and peace
Jonathan Schell on Pakistan and the nuclear bomb (1 of 2)
Says Schell: To start framing issues on a global basis is crucial. "When we talk about ‘mainstream,’ we’re not talking the mainstream of public opinion, we’re talking about the mainstream of the opinion of the powerful."