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
Historians Bill Black and Varsha Venkatasubramanian discuss Varsha’s encounters with Hindu nationalists in the Bay Area dating scene.
Kat Rosenfield and Phoebe Maltz Bovy critique the new publishing industry practice of reviewing manuscripts for potentially offensive content.
Aryeh Cohen-Wade and Michael Sweeney consider whether there will ever be another show with such cultural resonance.
Bill Scher and Matt Lewis discuss the arrest of Julian Assange and the relationship between journalists and their sources.
The Wright Show
Yousef Munayyer, executive director of the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights, says that whoever the next Israeli prime minister is, the two-state solution is dead.
The Glenn Show
Glenn Loury speaks with leaders of the Rose Street Community Center, recently featured in the documentary Charm City, about efforts to reduce violence in East Baltimore.