Seg. 1: A look inside the secret world of spying and intelligence agencies. A discussion with Glenn Carle, former CIA agent and author of the book, The Interrogator. Seg. 2: Scholars’ Circle. As we head into the fourth Republican Presidential Primary we explore why people vote the way they do. Scholars’ Circle panel: Andrew Gelman [...]
Archive for January, 2012
Inside the CIA on insighters & why people vote the way they do on Scholars’ Circle. Noon today, KPFK 90.7 LA or http://t.co/tnQ0gja3.
Seg. 1: We continue our conversation with Gen. Romeo Dallaire re forces of genocide, and what might prevent it; Seg. 2 (18:20): A new film about the unique challenges of women soldiers and veterans. A special look at Gulf War veterans with Gulf War Syndrome; Seg. 3: Scholars’ Circle: This week marks the second anniversary [...]
speaking at USC tomorrow at Noon on “media’s role in the fate of the world.” In room 156 of Von Klein Smid building. Free & all invited.
How to solve the probs that Citizens United brought– on the Scholars Circle tomorrow noon pst. http://t.co/tnQ0gja3. or 90.7 FM LA.
really, South Carolina? Really?
surprised? Once hot, Tea Party goes cold – http://t.co/AtOaHKVm: http://t.co/BWDNVq3m via @AddThis
Seg. 1: There are some dozen situations around the world that could be considered pre-genocidal. What have we learned from past genocides? We speak with Romeo Dallaire, commander of peacekeeping forces in Rwanda who tried to stop the massacre of Tutsis. Break: 29:30. Seg. 2: Scholars’ Circle. Current developments in the Middle East. Prof. Brand [...]
Green energy investment soars to $260bn http://t.co/RJkXcFK8 via @guardian
Tumult, power struggles and fast change in the Mid East. We dig in on The Scholars Circle, Sun, noon on KPFK 90.7 LA & http://t.co/ElhXhP5W