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October 14, 2007 — Naomi Klein, author of The Shock Doctrine, and Jeremy Scahill, author of Blackwater, discuss the perils of privatization.
October 7, 2007 — Desmond Tutu is disinvited from a Minneapolis university over remarks comparing the Israeli occupation to apartheid South Africa; a new children's theater company inspires hope in the Jenin refugee camp; plus Israeli world music phenom Idan Raichel.
September 30, 2007 — The controversy over Nadia Abu El Haj’s tenure case at Barnard and debates over the role of archaeology in Israel/Palestine; plus interviews with Alyson Cole, author of The Cult of True Victimhood, and Lore Siegal, author of Shakespeare’s Kitchen
September 23, 2007 — Mainstream American Jewish organizations face a dilemma regarding US policy toward Iran; Rep. Jim Moran is attacked for his comments on AIPAC; and the US and India appear close to a deal that would allow India to import nuclear fuel and technology.
September 16, 2007 — The founder of the Khalil Gibran International Academy, a new Arab dual-language public school in Brooklyn, is hounded out of her job; the organized Jewish community in conflict over naming the Armenian genocide