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One of western Europe’s newest democracies embraces civil political discourse. What a concept!
In this brief interview, RT asks Russ Baker about the situation in Syria, plus what can be done about war-zone journalists in danger—and gets an unexpected answer.
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In this remarkable first-hand account, a former US consular official describes a pipeline created by the CIA that enabled terrorists to slip into the US with ease. Among them were the mujahideen of Afghanistan — who later became al-Qaeda. Authentic and mind-blowing.
There is a lighter side even to serious topics, as WhoWhatWhy Founder Russ Baker demonstrates in a live podcast from the New York Comedy Festival.
The anniversary of the 9/11 attacks seems the right moment to remind people how even very solid, careful reporting of apparent “deep politics” links in the attacks has never entered the larger American conversation. The story of the Saudi connection to a house in Sarasota, Florida, is must reading. It also is useful to consider given the established role of Saudi intelligence in the Syrian uprising.
As Trump ends his time in office by issuing a flurry of pardons, America must reckon with its changing role in international affairs.
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Not only is President Donald Trump personally tied up with Deutsche Bank to the tune of $300 million, but his son-in-law Jared Kushner has his own history with the global banking colossus. Part 3 looks closely at these relationships, and asks just how far President Trump’s Justice Department will be willing to go in probing potential illegality on the part of Deutsche.
One-stop shopping for the latest coverage of the mysterious life and death of Jeffrey Epstein — and his connections to powerful people. The Jeffrey Epstein story strikes us at WhoWhatWhy as utterly unique — and, notwithstanding its tabloid aspects, of potentially profound importance. That’s why we’re launching a recurring aggregation of stories from a diverse […]
NOW LIVE ON WhoWhatWhy Why WhoWhatWhy’s Boston Marathon Bombing Coverage Is Important by Klaus Marre Traditional news outlets have all but abdicated their duty to ask the hard questions. Boston Globe columnist Kevin Cullen is a case in point – he’s on a first-name basis with the police involved in Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s capture. Klaus Marre […]