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Bitter Past: Pope Francis and Argentina's Dirty War

03/20/20131 Comment

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Interview 628 - Michel Chossudovsky on Pope Francis I

03/19/20131 Comment

With the election of Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio as the next Pope comes some ghosts from his past. As evidence continues to mount that Bergoglio was complicit in the Dirty War of the Argentinian military junta in the late 1970s, we talk to Michel Chossudovsky about his latest article, "'Washington’s Pope'? Who is Pope Francis I? Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio and Argentina’s 'Dirty War'."

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Argentina: In the Shadow of the IMF

02/26/20131 Comment

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Episode 169 - Argentina and the IMF

01/16/20110 Comments

This week we cast our eye to South America to focus on Argentina, a country that has found itself in the grip of the banksters for decades. We talk to Argentinian writer and researcher Adrian Salbuchi and Canadian economist Michel Chossudovsky as we interrogate the Argentinian dilemma.

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Interview 269 - Michel Chossudovsky

01/03/20110 Comments

Michel Chossudovsky of the Centre for Research on Globalization joins us to discuss Argentina's status in the economic new world order and how that country has served as a testing ground for the neoliberal economic policies that have ravaged countries around the globe and which are being readied for the collapsing economies of the industrialized first world.

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Interview 267 - Adrian Salbuchi

12/30/20100 Comments

Essayist, lecturer and financial analyst Adrian Salbuchi joins The Corbett Report to discuss Argentina's role as a testing ground in the economic new world order. We also discuss Mr. Salbuchi's idea for a Second Republic.

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