articles tagged "Stephen Zunes"

American Intervention from ISIS

Friday, 20 June 2014 | A Public Affair
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Do you know what’s happening with the current crisis in Iraq? What do you think of the Iraqi government’s request for an American military attack on Iraq in response to the militant group ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria)? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more! more »

Stephen Zunes On U.S. Involvement In Syria

Thursday, 12 September 2013 | A Public Affair
Stephen Zunes

International Studies and Politics professor Stephen Zunes joined host Allen Ruff on WORT’s A Public Affair to discuss the complex interests surrounding involvement in Syria and potential consequences of all options. more »

Continued Turmoil in Egypt and Syria

Friday, 23 August 2013 | A Public Affair
Egyptian and Syrian Flag Pins

While the death toll continues to rise in Egypt, Syria has also had issues escalate over the past couple of days. It appears that there were unconditional weapons used on villages especially chemical weapons. Civilians have been fleeing villages as the Assad forces continue to use chemical weapons in Syria. Our host Esty Dinur spoke with Professor Stephen Zunes about the turmoil that has shaken this part of the world. more »

Worsening of the Situation in Syria

Friday, 27 July 2012 | A Public Affair

On Friday July 27th, Esty Dinur talked with freelance journalist Asa Winstanley and professor Stephen Zunes. Winstanley is a London-based investigative journalist and has been following Syrian opposition groups. He wrote a piece for Al-Akhbar English (Lebanon): “The Syrian Observatory: The Inside Story.” Esty also discussed the situation in Syria with Stephen Zunes, Professor of Politics at the University of San Francisco and a contributor to Foreign Policy in Focus. To read Winstanley’s article: http://english.al-akhbar.com/content/syrian-observatory-inside-story To read more from Stephen Zunes: http://stephenzunes.org/category/topic/syria/ more »

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