Meena Raman, Third World Network, August 13, 2011
As the United Nations climate change talks in Durban, famously called COP 17, approach, Newsclick speaks with Meena Raman, Third World Network, Malaysia, on where the world stands today and what to expect from Durban summit.
Nick Turse/ TomDispatch.com
Since we didn’t know that U.S. special operations forces were secretly conducting Pakistan missions in such numbers, it might be worth asking what else we don’t know.
Newsclick Production, June 25, 2011
Fahim Khan, of the Dawn Group of Newspapers, comments on the conjencture that the Pakistani security establishment finds itself in - under pressure from the US demanding action on fundamentalists (some of whom it is closely allied with), hardly any support for its actions from the people of Pakistan and a political establishment that is attempting to assert its independence. A Newsclick Production.
Srinivasan Ramani, Newsclick , May 8, 2011
A concerted effort by nations in the central, south and west Asian regions should be more effective in taking on terror, not the short sighted and flawed "War on Terror" launched by the US and its allies.
Newsclick Productions, April 4, 2011
Part II of Newclick's interview with Prof. Anuradha Chenoy of the Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies, SIS, JNU, on developments in Central Asia, as a pro-democracy uprising wave is in progress in West Asia.
Dr. Vijay Prashad compares the foreign policies of the Bush and Obama administrations