Tagged: sudan

Darfur Awareness Followup

Darfur Awareness Followup

Staying with the issue of Darfur, on the heels of yesterday’s podcast, I noticed an interesting study on public opinion of the Darfur situation in the US, published on the PEW center’s site. (love PEW center because I have the...

Nicest Populations Get Murdered

Nicest Populations Get Murdered

Sitting in the heart of the Jordaan this evening, as boats sailed by, bikes rattled past, and drunken teenagers hobbled from bar to bar, I spent some quality time with a very special girl. She graduated, as did I, from...

Reconsidering Syria, but Beware the Warmongers

Reconsidering Syria, but Beware the Warmongers

Earlier this week I voiced doubt that the Syrian president was the underhanded tyrant the American government claims him to be. I believed, as I still suspect, that the military/government machine that he was born into functioned largely without his...

bicyclemark70: Whats Happening in Darfur?

bicyclemark70: Whats Happening in Darfur?

An important interview with a friend who just returned from the refugee camps on the border with Darfur, Sudan. AudioCommunique #70(mp3)27min+, 80kbps, 15Mb+ Subjects Include: Donahue Is my show about Amsterdam or World Affairs – a response to listener mail...

Still Watching Horror

Still Watching Horror

I would love to try and yell about John Bolton becoming nominated undemocratically as UN embassador to the US, but why bother, it goes with the overarching theme in washington. Who needs accountability and qualifications, we got the good ol’...

Partisan Hackery

Partisan Hackery

I’ve been meaning to talk about the CIA documents on China which have been released, what the Dalai Lama said, and the evolving situation in Sudan. But I keep getting stuck on American elections stories. Perhaps it’s the Financial Times...