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Insight with the editor of The Times Robert Thomson

Editor of the Times and favourite to become the new editor of the Wall Street Journal, Robert Thomson, talks to Roy Greenslade about the media, news and journalism.

Regions: United States

Witnessed: 999 times

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Insight with Paul Mason: Financial Meltdown and the end of the Age of Greed - Highlights

Paul Mason talks about the ongoing financial crisis that has brough the global economy to the brink of depression....

Issues: Armed conflict

Witnessed: 999 times

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Paul French: North Korea, the last Stalinist state

Paul French, Director of Access Asia, talks to The Economist’s Simon Long about life in North Korea, the most isolated country in the world, plagued by famine, industrial decline and repression.

Issues: Armed conflict

Witnessed: 996 times

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Andrea's Introduction

Andrea Cornwall's introduction to the Pathways/WEMC Roundtable Discussion ...

Issues: Discrimination, Women's rights

Witnessed: 996 times

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Highlights: Insight with Charles Glass: Americans in Paris

Charles Glass provides an exciting, fast-paced and elegantly written saga of the moral contradictions faced by Americans in Paris during France's most dangerous years. ...

Issues: Armed conflict

Witnessed: 995 times

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Highlights: Insight with Peter Beaumont: The Secret Life of War

Chaired by Wendell Steavenson The Observer’s foreign affairs editor Peter Beaumont will discuss his new book The Secret Life of War: Journeys Through Modern Conflict....

Issues: Armed conflict

Witnessed: 995 times

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Witnessed: 986 times

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People & Power - Moving China - 14 Nov 07

Over 150 million people from rural China have left to find jobs in the country's rapidly growing cities. We speak to migrant workers in Shanghai.

Regions: China

Issues: Poverty

Witnessed: 982 times

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Protecting the Past

Jim Anderson, American Indian activist, speaks at the Wolf's Den in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as part of the Mississippi River Sacred Sites Run 2007. (more)

Regions: United States

Issues: Indigenous peoples

Witnessed: 955 times

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