Posted:Mar 15, 2009
- UN Dispatch piece on “deadbeat”
- Mark’s piece on women in parliaments
- UN’s Ban on Capitol Hill Grilled about Reform, Praised as Hardworking, Darfur Raised
- U.S. “Deadbeat-Gate” Draws Midnight Clarification from UN’s Ban Ki-moon: He Said It, But…
- On Sri Lanka, IMF Says Its Pending Loan Would “Support Government Goals”
- In Sri Lanka, UN Still Withholds Casualty Numbers, Funds Detention Camps
- In Darfur, UN Considers Hiring Workers of Expelled NGOs, But Will More Be Thrown Out?
- In UN Council, March Agenda Omits Sri Lanka, UK Did Not Even Request, Libya Implies
- At UN, BASF Dodges W. Sahara Phosphorus Fall-Out, Global Compact’s PetroChina Denial
- On Sri Lanka, UN Meeting Called One-Off, UK Makes No Proposals, Holmes Differs from Ban
UN Plaza | Mar 15, 2009 | Mark Leon Goldberg & Matthew Lee
The Wright Show
Robert Wright speaks with Andrew Bacevich, president of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft and author of The Age of Illusions: How America Squandered Its Cold War Victory.
Aryeh Cohen-Wade speaks with filmmaker Kirby Ferguson, who just completed his documentary This Is Not a Conspiracy Theory.
Bill Scher and Matt Lewis discuss whether moderate Democrats will unite to deny Bernie Sanders the nomination.
The Glenn Show
And will blacks be left behind again? Glenn Loury speaks with Ernesto Cortés, Jr. and Peter Skerry.
Bill Scher and Matt Lewis survey GOP attempts to sow disunity in the Democratic primaries.
Aryeh Cohen-Wade speaks with William R. Black, who recently wrote about the ideology that the Home Improvement star propounded in the mid-1990s.
The Glenn Show
John McWhorter harshly critiques the New York Times’s 1619 Project, which placed slavery at the center of the American historical narrative.