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Political Analyst Laura Carlsen on plight of mothers of the missing

by Laura Carlsen

CGTN America, Jul-16-2017 | Interview

Political analyst Laura Carlsen, who works with an organization that advises citizen search groups in Mexico, joined Elaine Reyes to discuss the plight of mothers on a quest to find their missing children... Read More »

Interview with Charlotte Bunch on Women's March

by Laura Carlsen

Rompeviento TV, Feb-01-2017 | Video, Interview

In this broadcast, Laura Carlsen, host of Hecho en América, interviews Charlotte Bunch, founding director of the Center for Women’s Global Leadership at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey; professor in the Department of Women’s and Gender at Rutgers, and one of the main organizers of the Global Campaign for Women’s Human Rights that gained UN recognition that women’s rights are Human Rights in 1992... Read More »

Trump's Military Junta (w/ Stephen Miles)

by Stephen Miles

The Zero Hour with RJ Eskow, Dec-12-2016 | Interview

Stephen Miles, advocacy director of Win Without War, discusses president-elect Donald Trump's troubling militarization of the government... Read More »

Media Ignoring Mattis's Ties to Top Defense Contractor

by William D. Hartung

The Real News Network, Dec-02-2016 | Interview

William Hurting says Trump's latest pick for Secretary of Defense is a gift to the defense industry ... Read More »

11 Days of Global Unity: Disarmament

by William D. Hartung

Summer of Peace, Sep-20-2016 | Interview

We are living at a time when there are over 60 countries involved in military conflict causing record numbers of refugees (65 million). The availability of weapons is often linked to escalations in conflict resulting in tremendous civilian casualties... Read More »

How the Pentagon became the world's weapon system superstore

by William D. Hartung

War College, Sep-08-2016 | Interview

The United States is the world's largest arms merchant. It's not even close. So, who decides what gets sold, and to whom? And how closely does anyone follow the rules? This week on War College we look at the upsides, and the downsides, of having such a big share of the arms market... Read More »

Trump's Wall is Tantamount to Act of War: Outrage in Mexico as President Peña Nieto Meets with Trump

by Laura Carlsen

DemocracyNow, Sep-01-2016 | Interview

On Wednesday, Donald Trump traveled to Mexico City to meet with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, who once compared Trump to Hitler and Mussolini. The Mexican president came under fire for inviting Trump to meet with him in Mexico, a move many critics saw as legitimizing Trump’s positions. We speak to Laura Carlsen, director of the Mexico City-based Americas Program of the Center for International Policy... Read More »

Mexican Teachers Set to Strike On First Day of School Over Neoliberal Education Reform

by Laura Carlsen

The Real News, Aug-17-2016 | Interview

Over a dozen teachers and their supporters have been killed by state violence since June, and the teachers say they are being threatened with further violence. Now joining us to discuss this again is Laura Carlsen... Read More »

‘You Don’t Get the Full Picture of What a Devastating Trade This Is’

by William D. Hartung

Fair.org, Aug-12-2016 | Interview

Janine Jackson interviewed William Hartung about US arms sales for the August 5, 2016, episode of CounterSpin... Read More »

William Hartung on US Arms Trade

by William D. Hartung

CounterSpin, Aug-05-2016 | Interview

“When American firms dominate a global market worth more than $70 billion a year, you’d expect to hear about it. Not so with the global arms trade.” That’s the lead on a recent article by William Hartung. He’s director of the Arms and Security Project at the Center for International Policy and author of, most recently, Prophets of War: Lockheed Martin and the Making of the Military-Industrial Complex. We’ll ask him how it is that we hear so little about an industry that’s so big... Read More »

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