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Kashmir in Crisis with Mohamad Junaid

08/22/2019


The Indian government has created a crisis by stripping the state of Jammu and Kashmir of its former semi-autonomy and splitting it into two territories. What are the roots of this crisis and what can we expect to develop in this volatile region? Joining us to dissect the past, present and future of Kashmir is Kashmiri scholar Mohamad Junaid of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.

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Interview 1472 – Kashmir in Crisis with Mohamad Junaid

08/21/2019124 Comments

The Indian government has created a crisis by stripping the state of Jammu and Kashmir of its former semi-autonomy and splitting it into two territories. What are the roots of this crisis and what can we expect to develop in this volatile region? Joining us to dissect the past, present and future of Kashmir is Kashmiri scholar Mohamad Junaid of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.

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Crisis in Kashmir: What Does It Mean?

08/10/201944 Comments

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False Flags Over Kashmir: Prelude to WWIII?

03/10/201914 Comments

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Financial Survival and the Disappearing Middle Class

03/08/2019


James joins Melody Cedarstrom on the Financial Survival radio show for their regular, bi-monthly conversation. This time we discuss the disappearance of the middle class, universal basic income, the International Criminal Court, the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi and the recent flare up between India and Pakistan over Kashmir.

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Interview 1425 – Financial Survival and the Disappearing Middle Class

03/07/20196 Comments

James joins Melody Cedarstrom on the Finanical Survival radio show for their regular, bi-monthly conversation. This time we discuss the disappearance of the middle class, universal basic income, the International Criminal Court, the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi and the recent flare up between India and Pakistan over Kashmir.

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Strange Bedfellows: The India/Pakistan/China Triangle

06/18/201728 Comments

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Nuclear Secrets: How America Helped Pakistan Get the Bomb

05/22/20131 Comment

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Spotlight Baluchistan: Minerals, Pipelines and Terrorists in the Imperial Great Game

04/24/2012

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Interview 500 – Eric Draitser on Balochistan and Pipeline Politics

04/20/2012

Eric Draitser of StopImperialism.com joins us for a discussion about Balochistan, a region in Southwest Asia that straddles Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Rich in oil and gas reserves and mineral deposits, and covering a geostrategic area, Balochistan is increasingly in the sights of both Washington, which is increasingly advocating for intervention in the area in the name of “human rights.” Also at the table are Beijing and Moscow, who are both interested in the Iran-Pakistan pipeline that is slated to cut straight through the region.

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