Original air date: June 8, 2018 Isis Hunter was like other high school seniors, except she worked at Wendy’s for 50 hours a week. The Wasau native worked at a branch that couldn’t keep new hires because of its lack of a living wage — a full dollar short compared to similar jobs. After months […]
What do we know about the presence of ISIS in Europe? What does this mean for Europe and other places that stand up to ISIS? Today, Esty Dinur talks with Robert Pape and Jean Bricmont on ISIS, the attacks in Brussels and other places, and what this means for the future. Robert Pape is a Professor […]
Turkey is off the radar for most Americans but should not be. Bordering Syria, Iraq and Iran, it is right in the midst of unrest in the Middle East. ISIS oil and Jihadis come through its borders–the oil transported to Malta by the Turkish President’s son. The country has renewed its attacks on Kurds, who […]
Allen Ruff talks with Chris Toensing, Executive Director and Editor of the Middle East Research and Information Project (MERIP). He discussed their recently released issue of Middle East Report, which focuses on ISIS.
Jan Miyasaki and Beau Grosscup, professor emeritus at California State University Chico and author of “Strategic Terror”, discuss the politics and funding of terrorist groups in the Middle East.
What needs to happen to stop the Islamic State? What does the current state of emergency mean for France? Today we talk to Vijay Prashad on ISIS and the attacks taking place around the world. Vijay Prashad is a professor of international studies at Trinity College, and contributor of The Guardian and Counterpunch.