Githa Hariharan, April 17, 2013
A Father of Struggle: The Story of Abu Nidal
In March 2013, two of us from the Newsclick team visited an extraordinary man in an extraordinary situation. The man’s name is Hani Amer, but his eldest son is called Nidal, or struggle. So he is Abu, father of, Nidal.
Ronda Hauben, February 4, 2013
Benghazi attack on the US Consulate on September 11, 2012 "offers a relatively rare window into the on the ground actions of the US government’s clandestine operations.
Courtesy: Sharmine Narwani , Al Akhbar English, 11 May, 2012
Sharmine Narwani, Courtesy: Alakhbar English
D. Raghunandan, Newsclick, Jan. 06, 2012
Newsclick Production, May 30, 2011
Vijay Prashad, professor at Trinity College, Hartford, CT, USA comments on the latest developments in Yemen where unpopular ruler Abdullah Saleh has maintained his grip on power through recourse to support from Saudi Arabia. He also comments on US president Barack Obama's latest speech on the Arab Spring and the supposed "differences" between Israel and the United States following the Hamas-Fatah accord.
Vijay Prashad, Newsclick, March 25, 2011
On March 19, 2011, the United Nations Security Council voted for Resolution 1973 to establish a “no-fly” zone over Libya. The violence against civilians and media personnel is cited as the reasons for the new resolution (an earlier one, 1970, languishes).
Senior Political Analyst Aijaz Ahmad analyses the uprisings in the Arab world - the regional dynamics, the internal structures, the strategic geopolitics and what these all mean to world polity today.