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Worldmeets.US Radio News
31 minutes | 7 years ago
Worldmeets.US Radio News: Iraq, Kirkuk and TE Lawrence
Having trouble making sense of what has happened in Iraq? Tonight on Worldmeets.US Radio News, we'll take a stab at explaining it and discuss some of the non-U.S. content we have posted so far. Time permitting, we'll also look at global reactions to other things American, including European content on the Ukraine crisis, and whether the United States and Europe still share the same values and goals, mass shootings in America from Brazil, whether America is turning fascist from Mexico, and the immigration issue, also from Mexico.Worldmeets.US is a non-profit media project aimed at better educating the American people and creating relationships between Americans and people from other nations.We show Americans what the rest of the world REALLY thinks of our nation.
33 minutes | 7 years ago
Worldmeets.US Radio News: Is U.S. Troop Return a Raw Deal for the Philippines?
Join us Friday at 11pm EST as we speak to Philippine radio host and columnist Jarius Bondoc about how the Philippines fits into America's Asia Pivot. Mr. Bondoc has written and spoken out against the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement with the United States, which was signed during President Obama's Asia tour, and which will give U.S. forces nearly unlimited access to Philippine bases for future military operations. Mr. Bondoc says that the government of President Aquino violated the constitution by circumventing Senate approval of the deal.Journalist Jarius Bondoc: email@example.comFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jarius-Bondoc/1376602159218459Philippine Star Archive: http://www.philstar.com/author/Jarius%20Bondoc/GOTCHARecent Content from the Philippines:The Philippine Star:Aquino Gave Obama 'Everything for Nothing'Philippine Daily Inquirer: U.S. Hardware, Not Nationalist Rants, Can Defend the PhilippinesManila Times:Aquino Defense Pact with Washington 'Unconstitutional'Manila Times:Filipinos, African-Americans and the 'Black Man's Burden'Philippine Daily Inquirer:Except for his Dark Skin, Obama Can Do No Wrong in Philippines
31 minutes | 7 years ago
Worldmeets.US Radio News: Whale Wars and Cultural Conservation
Join us on Friday night at 11pm EST for a conversation about whaling, the environmental group Sea Shepherd, and whale conservation, with cinematographer and Wakayama University scholar Simon Wearne. Mr. Wearne, who filmed the first season of the acclaimed Whale Wars program, is now a scholar studying traditional Japanese whaling. We will ask Mr. Wearne about his journey from Sea Shepherd to Wakayama University, and how he walks the line between activists who want to protect whales from being hunted, and those who wish to preserve Japan's ancient whaling heritage.Sankei Shimbun, Japan:'Japan Should Continue Whaling'Sankei Shimbun, Japan:Whaling Advocate Wants Obama Served Whale Meat Blogos, Japan:'Research' Whaling: It's Time for Us Japanese to Move OnNishinippon Shimbun, Japan: Whale Hunting Protects Marine Life - and Japanese CultureThe Age, Australia:Sea Shepherd 'Vindicated' after International Court Upholds Japan Whaling BanMainichi Shimbun:U.N. Court's Ruling Worries Japan's WhalersWorldmeets.US is a non-profit media project aimed at better educating the American people and creating relationships between Americans and people from other nations.
32 minutes | 7 years ago
Worldmeets.US Radio News: Ukraine - American Hypocrisy and Russian Fear
Tune in tonight at 11pm as we look at the competing narratives on the Ukraine crisis from Russia and Europe, and the selective memory of Western leaders andf media, who have either forgotten history entirely, or are seeking to mislead their own citizens. We will examine views on the Ukraine/Crimea crisis from Russia, the Baltic States, eastern Europe and others. Then we will dwell on the the most recent mass surveillance news from Britain, Germany and the United States, and the activities of the Japanese government on the three year anniversary of the Fukushima disaster. If we can fit it in - from Egypt, we'll examine a Muslim view of the movie Noah.Worldmeets.US is a non-profit media project aimed at better educating the American people and creating relationships between Americans and people from other nations.
31 minutes | 7 years ago
Worldmeets.US Radio News: A Talk with J. Reed Brundage of Mexico Voices
Take a break from the Ukraine crisis and join us Friday night at 11pm EST for a talk with J. Reed Brundage, founder of Mexico Voices, a project dedicated to helping U.S. citizens understand the great struggle Mexicans face building their democracy. We will ask Mr. Brundage, a clinical psychologist by training, how he ended up in Mexico, what motivates him to better educate the people of the United States, and what Mexicans really think of what they commonly refer to as their 'neighbor to the north.'Mexico Voices: http://mexicovoices.blogspot.com/Worldmeets.US is a non-profit media project aimed at better educating the American people and creating relationships between Americans and people from other nations.
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