Posted:Jul 8, 2011
- With Ban & Bashir Headed to Juba, UN and War Crimes Left Murky
- On S. Sudan Resolution, UN Role on Borders of Blue Nile & Kordofan Unclear, Troop Numbers Game
- In Sudan, UN Dodges on Darfur IDPs & Abyei, Hasn’t Accessed Nuba Mountains
- While Rebels Oppose Darfur Deal, US Supports It, Bassole to Send Letters
- At UN on Libya, France’s Weapon Drop Triggers July 7 Meeting, Stalls Syria
- As France Brags of Violation of Libya Resolution, Should It Head UN Peacekeeping?
- Gaddafi Gone By Mid-July, Libyan Rebel Diplomat Predicts at US Barbecue
- US Position on Libya Rebels Stalls African Draft, UN Silence on NATO
- Amid UN Speeches on Pakistan, Blockade and Starvation of South Waziristan Ignored as Apple Crop Rots
- On Gaza Flotilla Assault, UNSC Statement Leaves Vague Who Will Investigate
- Matthew’s Twitter feed
Bloggingheads.tv | Jul 8, 2011 | Robert Wright & Matthew Lee
The Wright Show
Brink Lindsey argues that Democrats have erred by attacking health insurance companies instead of the real malefactors—doctors and hospitals.
Bill Scher and Matt Lewis debate.
The Wright Show
Robert Wright and psychologist Paul Bloom discuss Epstein’s history of giving money to academics.
Aryeh Cohen-Wade and Daniel Bessner discuss how the shock at Jeffrey Epstein’s death quickly turned into a gleeful jokefest on social media.
The Glenn Show
Glenn Loury talks with Penn Law professor Amy Wax about the idea of giving preferential treatment to immigrants from Western nations.
Aryeh Cohen-Wade speaks with Erin Schwartz, who recently wrote about viewing The Sopranos through the lens of New Jersey politics and culture.
Aryeh Cohen-Wade and Daniel Bessner debate capitalism, socialism, and hierarchy through the lens of the Epstein scandal.