Monthly Archives: August 2008

Update: Purdue Panel on Iran nuclear Controversy

Upcoming Fall 2008 Event Lecture Series on Global Understanding US-Iran Conflicts: Confrontation or Negotiation? Sponsored by The Center for Global Studies  Co-sponsored by The Office of Research and Professional Development and International Programs Office  7:00 – 9:00 pm, Thursday, September … Continue reading

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Columbia University Student Cites My Article on New McCarthyism and Academic Freedom

“As a way of creating political support for his policy, the government of George W. Bush turned to New McCarthyism. Peter N. Kirstein, in his essay “Academic Freedom and the New McCarthyism,” explains. “New McCarthyism emerged from a sense of … Continue reading

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Hiroshima: America’s Crime and Ruthless Genocide

HIROSHIMA GENOCIDE: USA STYLE Updated: 22,1,2013 The Hiroshima atomic attack was an act of genocide on August 6, 1945 which among many other crimes such as the gratuitous extermination of Nagasaki three days later, on August 9, has always caused me … Continue reading

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