Posts Tagged ‘Riz Khan’

News and views from around the web posted to the Wonderland Wire:

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“The Riz Khan Show” asks: “Is the U.S. weapons industry fueling global instability and sparking another arms race?” (22:29):

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Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) takes questions on the Federal [sic] Reserve, fiat money and U.S. imperialism in the wake of his most recent book, End the Fed, on al Jazeera’s (AJE) “The Riz Khan Show” (22:25):

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On al Jazeera’s (AJE) “The Riz Khan Show”, leading journalist on Guantánamo Bay Andy Worthington and former Reagan and Bush I Administration U.S. Attorney David Rivkin discuss the U.S. detention center at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan. Bagram has been routinely referred to as “The Other Guantánamo”. Mr. Worthington comments on this appearance at his blog (22:31):

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Chas Freeman on the “The Riz Khan Show”. (more…)

The Riz Khan Show discusses the referendum allowing Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez to remain in power. (more…)

al Jazeera‘s Riz Khan’s interview with Pak PM Yousuf Raza Gilani on Indo-Pak relations post-26/11, US relations with Obama, Afghanistan and the troubles with re-building Pak’s economy along with fighting terrorism while the US is not recognizing Pak’s borders. (more…)

Riz Khan interviews Fmr. US Pres. Jimmy Carter, author of Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, who defines apartheid as a ‘land with two peoples forcibly segregated and one dominates the other’ discusses the two-state solution, AIPAC and the geopolitical effects of Palestine-Israel conflict. Carter also takes questions from callers. (more…)



(The Universal Declaration of Human Rights can be found in full on the website of the United Nations here.)

On December 10, 1948 the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights the full text of which appears in the following pages. Following this historic act the Assembly called upon all Member countries to publicize the text of the Declaration and “to cause it to be disseminated, displayed, read and expounded principally in schools and other educational institutions, without distinction based on the political status of countries or territories.

Al Jazeera English:

Sixty years after the UN adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the world is seemingly split between North and South or rich and poor as nations argue over what rights should take priority civil and political or economic and social rights.

“The Riz Khan Show” – Human Rights (22:30)

Part One – Anand Naidoo (14:08):

Part Two – Phillipe Sands (8:22):





The Riz Khan Show surveys the aftermath of the November 2008 Mumbai attacks.

Part One (16:14):

Part Two (5:59):