Professor Noam Chomsky discusses his coming book—Hopes and Prospects, to be released 1 January 2010—the military coup against Honduran President Manuel Zelaya, his meeting with Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, mainstream media’s “narrow criticism” of state power, U.S. occupation of Afghanistan, and the meetings between world “leaders” and Iran with Matt Martin and listeners at KALW 91.7 FM in San Fransisco (52:11):

Your Call 100109: What’s Ahead for the U.S. in the World?

1 Oct 09 | Your Call

On the next Your Call, we’ll have a conversation with Noam Chomsky, celebrated linguist and leading critic of American foreign policy. As the U.S. sits down for direct talks with Iran, does Chomsky see a less confrontational foreign policy under Obama? What does the coup in Honduras mean for Latin America?

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Noam Chomsky is a libertarian socialist Institute Professor of Linguistics (Emeritus) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, known as the ‘father of modern lingustics’, cognitive scientist, political activist, most cited living author of over 100 books on linguistics, political science, and media, one of the world’s leading intellectuals and of an elite few in the history of the world to be at the top of two fields: linguistics and political science.

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