Wider View Radio Podcast
A conversation with Professor John Marciano

A conversation with Professor John Marciano

November 26, 2018

This week's episode of Wider View features a conversation with college professor and long-time activist John Marciano.  John has been an activist since the early days of the SDS wherever he lived, in upstate New York for many years, then Southern California, and now in Talent, Oregon. 

Mark Sleboda on the view from Russia

Mark Sleboda on the view from Russia

November 18, 2018

Moscow-based international affairs and security analyst Mark Sleboda talks about the recent US elections as perceived from Russia and Russian policy in the Middle East

Bruce Gagnon on Russia and the Midterms

Bruce Gagnon on Russia and the Midterms

November 16, 2018

Lifelong anti-war activist Bruce Gagnon, Coordinator of the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space joins us to discuss his recent trip to Russia and to reflect on the Midterm Elections and their implications for the anti-war movement.

Shireen Al-Adeidi on the war in Yemen

Shireen Al-Adeidi on the war in Yemen

November 16, 2018

This program features with Yemeni-born professor Shireen Al-Adeidi of Michigan State University along with excerpts from a Real News interview of Dr. Isa Blumi, both discussing the ongoing war in Yemen and its origins.

African Colonization Again

African Colonization Again

November 16, 2018

A review of headlines outside the mainstream media is followed by a look at Africa featuring Ajamu Baraka on the campaign to end AFRICOM, a review of US interference in Africa and the use of debt as a weapon to control African nations.

Impunity and its discontents

Impunity and its discontents

November 16, 2018

Impunity - the Saudis are accused of it in the brutal murder of Jamal Khashoggi, but where does it come from? We hear from Noam Chomsky and Gideon Levy among others as we examine post WWII disregard of international law.

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