Category Archives: Asia

North Korea and “The Interview”

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Hong Kong on the Edge Oct. 3 2014

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“North Korea: Between Stalin & the Nazis” February 2014

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“Forging Ahead With China on the Climate Crisis” November 2012

Audio for “Forging Ahead With China on the Climate Crisis” WAMC O.K., we now know who the next president will be not only in the United States but equally important in the People’s Republic given that China’s Not Very Communist … Continue reading

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“Barack Obama and Jimmy Carter” June 2012

Audio for “Barack Obama & Jimmy Carter” WAMC Steven A. Leibo “Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama” Harry Truman’s been on my mind a lot lately. Oh, not because I remember him personally. Sure, I was alive during his presidency; but … Continue reading

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Burma’s Chance for a Better Future June 2012

2012 Audio for Burma’s Chance for a Better Future WAMC WAMC June 6, 2012 “Burma Gets A Break” There are a lot of really good things about being a professor, sure the public thinks it’s all those hours we’re supposedly … Continue reading

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“North Korea’s Real Victims” April 2012

audio for “North Korea’s Real Victims” WAMC APRIL 19TH Steven A. Leibo “Facing the Real North Korean Threat” North Korea’s in the news again, but, as usual, for the wrong reasons. Sure they are again threatening another nuclear weapons test. … Continue reading

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