Tag: sudan

June 19, 2007 / Text

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 patience and the time to…

September 14, 2006 / Text

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 the U of Amsterdam, and…

October 22, 2005 / Audio

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 consent/knowledge. So now a UN…

September 29, 2005 / Audio

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 An interview with my friend…