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Greek betrayal / Burmese dissent / Addiction is not a disease / Apocalypse soon / Entrepreneurial diplomacy training wheels
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Historian Andrew Highsmith explains how Flint’s demolition built up structural inequality.
History scholar Hristo Voynov examines the past and future of ISIS in the Balkans.
Writer Miranda Campbell talks about making art and money in our neoliberal showroom.
Investigative journalist Gareth Porter breaks down the latest developments in the Iran nuclear talks.
Live from Switzerland, Ed Sutton makes the case for quitting this world and building the next.
A guide to the Iran talks / Constructing structural inequality / The forever strike / Art in a capitalist showroom / ISIS in the Balkans / Good Cop rerun
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Writers Carmen Boullosa and Mike Wallace examine the causes and consequences of America’s century-long drug war in Mexico. Jeff Dorchen comes clean about his severe addiction to independence.
Historian David Sehat explains why Americans should declare independence from the founding fathers.
David is author of The Jefferson Rule: How the Founding Fathers Became Infallible and Our Politics Inflexible from Simon & Schuster.
Live from Seoul, Marc Flury reports on land conflicts happening across Asia’s oceans.
In addition to disputed Asian islands, we’ll be talking with Marc about his upcoming video game THUMPER.
CEPR’s Dan Beeton exposes the hidden side of US involvement in Latin America.
Dan Beeton is a contributor to The WikiLeaks Files: The World According to US Empire from Verso Books.
Activist Fanny Malinen examines the “illegitimate, illegal and odious” nature of Greek debt.
Fanny wrote the Red Pepper article Breaking with creditors’ power: the importance of the Greek debt audit.
Asia’s (is)land grabs / Wikileaking US involvement in Latin America / How the drug war became a war / Independence from America’s founders / Greek debt examined / Independence addition