All Posts Tagged With: "United States"

Indigenous communities struggle for global recognition

Q & A

Indigenous communities struggle for global recognition

During the Worldfocus series Indigenous Cultures, we have shown the severe threats facing native communities across the world. Worldfocus interviewed Renee Davis and Tiffany Waters, research associates at the Center for World Indigenous Studies about the movement for self-determination among indigenous people across the globe.

Posted: February 26, 2010 14:21   Comments: 5
U.S., Pakistan reap benefits of cooperation against Taliban

Interview

U.S., Pakistan reap benefits of cooperation against Taliban

Mullah Baradar is the most senior member of the Taliban captured in the eight-year war against the movement. The joint raid conducted by U.S. and Pakistani forces suggests a change in tactics by Pakistan's ISI. For years the intelligence service was reluctant to target the Taliban. Daljit Dhaliwal interviews Hassan Abbas for more.

Posted: February 16, 2010 16:08   Comments: 2
Talk about war ripples through the Middle East

In the Newsroom

Talk about war ripples through the Middle East

Talk of war is widespread in the Middle Eastern press recently, with many speculating about a possible outbreak of hostilities not only between Israel and Hamas, but Israel and Syria, or Iran and a host of adversaries. Worldfocus producer Mohammad Al-Kassim offers a roundup from around the region.

Posted: February 2, 2010 17:05   Comments: 12
A look at Haiti’s history and the challenges that lie ahead

Interview

A look at Haiti’s history and the challenges that lie ahead

For Haiti's history of hardship, Peter Eisner joins Daljit Dhaliwal to examine the country's entrenched problems and long-term challenges. They discuss the U.S.'s responsibilities and what kind of more permanent role the U.S. should play in Haiti's recovery effort.

Posted: January 14, 2010 16:00   Comments: 10
U.S. prepares to launch $100 million aid effort to Haiti

Interview

U.S. prepares to launch $100 million aid effort to Haiti

International donor nations are rallying around the aid effort to Haiti, and President Obama announced today that this is a "moment that cries out for U.S. leadership." An estimated 50,000 are feared dead in the aftermath of a 7.0-magnitude quake Tuesday evening. The U.S. has promised to send $100 million in aid. For more, Daljit Dhaliwal interviews Michael Kocher.

Posted: January 14, 2010 10:14   Comments: 53
Yemen enters media spotlight after terror links exposed

In the Newsroom

Yemen enters media spotlight after terror links exposed

It was Yemen where Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was allegedly trained by al-Qaeda. Worldfocus producer Mohammad al-Kassim writes how Yemen offers al-Qaeda the perfect environment to reorganize and reinvent itself, and that’s precisely why the world’s focus is now shifting to the Arabian Peninsula nation. It’s not news that Yemen has been a terrorist safe haven.

Posted: January 6, 2010 15:39   Comments: 2
CIA employees killed in Afghanistan suicide bomb attack

Interview

CIA employees killed in Afghanistan suicide bomb attack

Yesterday, a suicide bombing at a U.S. base in Afghanistan killed eight Americans, seven of whom were CIA employees. Today, a spokesperson for the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, saying a Taliban bomber wearing an Afghan military uniform blew himself up. Jeff Stein, a former U.S. Army Intelligence officer, joins Martin Savidge for more information.

Posted: December 31, 2009 14:15   Comments: 10
Worldfocus Radio: ‘The Stans’ in Transition

Worldfocus Radio

Worldfocus Radio: ‘The Stans’ in Transition

Martin Savidge hosts William Fierman and Nikolay Petrov to discuss the Central Asian "stans" (Kazakhstan, Krygyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan). We examine emerging language policies, cultural identity and geopolitical relationships with Russia, China and the United States.

Posted: December 17, 2009 17:52   Comments: 1
Debating aid to world’s top greenhouse gas emitter: China

Interview

Debating aid to world’s top greenhouse gas emitter: China

China and the U.S. are involved in a showdown at the international climate change conference in Copenhagen. At the heart of the dispute, the U.S. wants China to cut its greenhouse gas emissions more than China has proposed. Orville Schell, the director of the Center on US-China Relations at the Asia Society joins Daljit Dhaliwal to discuss the issue.

Posted: December 15, 2009 12:18   Comments: 40
Week in Review: U.S. troop surge, Afghanistan exit strategy

Week in Review

Week in Review: U.S. troop surge, Afghanistan exit strategy

Nicholas Kristof, a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The New York Times, and Garrick Utley, president of the Levin Institute of the State University of New York, join Daljit Dhaliwal to discuss the impending U.S. troop surge and proposed exit strategy in Afghanistan.

Posted: December 4, 2009 15:29   Comments: 10
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