Mordecai Briemberg

Podcast
Sep 3, 2010

Racism and geopolitics keep aid from Pakistan

Redeye
The floods in Pakistan have triggered a massive social crisis that will not be alleviated by policies being pursued by domestic and international elites says Snehal Shingavi.
Podcast
Sep 1, 2010

The partition of India, 63 years on

Redeye
Before conceding independence to India in 1947, Britain divided the country in two. The splitting of Pakistan and India resulted in 2 million deaths and a conflict that remains tense to this day.
Podcast
Sep 1, 2010
Redeye: Vancouver Cooperative Radio

The G20 and what the media ignored

Redeye
During the Toronto G20, TV screens portrayed mayhem in the streets while political leaders looked busy and smiled for the cameras. Reasons behind the protests, though, were largely ignored.
Podcast
Aug 3, 2010

Who sank the Cheonan

Redeye
When a South Korean military vessel off the coast of North Korea in March, fingers were pointed at North Korea. Erich Weingartner says the evidence isn't there to support these claims.
Podcast
Aug 7, 2010
Redeye

Making money from the earthquake in Haiti

Redeye
Monsanto and American Rice are just two of the transnational corporations who are taking advantage of the humanitarian disaster in Haiti to improve their bottom lines.
Podcast
Aug 3, 2010
Redeye

Rethink Alberta

Redeye
A U.S. group has unveiled a billboard campaign urging Americans to reconsider their travel plans to Alberta because of the province's tar sands development.
Podcast
Jul 21, 2010
Redeye

What's wrong with burning garbage

Redeye
Metro Vancouver is considering a waste-to-energy garbage incinerator. Helen Speigelman says that this technology is a hangover from Victorian times that has no place in modern cities.

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