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US Lawmakers Face War Crime Charges for Their Role in Yemen

09/20/202081 Comments

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Obama, Hiroshima, and the Politics of War Crimes

05/21/20168 Comments

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Grave of the Fireflies - FLNWO #20

10/21/20142 Comments

On this edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order James and Broc West of APPerspective.net discuss Grave of the Fireflies, the 1988 animated film from Studio Ghibli that just may be the greatest war movie ever made. Break out the tissues and prepare for some tears as we hash out the psychological scars this film leaves and examine the movie as a work of art, as an anti-war movie, as a moral tale, and as a stark reminder of how the victors write the history books.

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ICC to Prosecute UK Officials for Iraq War Crimes? - New World Next Week

01/18/20140 Comments

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Interview 807 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

01/17/20140 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: The ICC receives a dossier on UK war crimes in Iraq; CFR Dream Team to take reins on Fed Board of Governors; and West Virginia worries mount as second chemical site deemed unsafe.

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Chemical Hypocrisy: Lies and Disinformation on the Road to War

08/29/20130 Comments

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Bitter Past: Pope Francis and Argentina's Dirty War

03/20/20132 Comments

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Exit Chávez, Torture Crimes, Silent Cardinals - New World Next Week

03/08/20131 Comment

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Interview 618 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

03/07/20130 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: Chavez is dead and the US is moving to place their people in the power vacuum; a UN official takes steps to prosecute Bush for torture; and US cardinals are silenced ahead of the changing of the guard in the Vatican.

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Corbett Report Radio 272 - 2012: A Look Back

12/18/20120 Comments

It's hard to believe that another year has come and gone already, but it's mid-December and 2012 is almost finished. Tonight on the program we look back at the year that was and highlight some of the stories that defined the year economically and geopolitically. Join us for this moment of retrospection as we process what happened and where things are heading from here.

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