A critical lens on the history of the present on West Asia and North Africa. Interviews with experts and archival mashups.
Created by Sina Rahmani (twitter: @urorientalist)
Samir Amin: Neoliberalism and the Decline of the Bandung Project (1975-2000)
The second part of a three-part lecture series hosted by the SOAS titled "Samir Amin: Six Decades of Development Debate" in 2013. (The first part is available on this feed as well, released back in September last year)
Marielle Tsukamoto on Japanese Internment (2013)
"First-Hand Accounts of the Japanese American Internment Experience. It is our hope that these stories will build on the work and legacy of the late Mary Tsukamoto, who devoted her life to promoting social justice for all, regardless of race, creed, or ethnicity."
Learn more about the Time Remembrance Project
Iran-China Deal: Don't buy the hype? w/ Arash Joblaghi
Arash Joblaghi is a Strategic Adviser and the creator of the Iran Military Review
Full text of Joint Statement on Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between I.R. Iran, P.R. China
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Tunisia's Unfinished Revolution? w/ Fadil Aliriza
Fadil Aliriza is a journalist based in Tunis and the founder & editor-in-chief of Meshkal.
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(Unlocked) Bonus Episode 96 - Salman Abu Sitta "Eleven Wars against Palestinians"
A reading of Dr. Salman Abu Sitta's article "Eleven Wars against Palestinians: How Palestinians are coping with their Elimination"
Read by Nyla Matuk
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Lebanon's economic freefall w/ Ehsani
Friend of the podcast Ehsani returns to the show to discuss Lebanon's worsening cash crisis.
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