The latest world and Japan news from Japan's public broadcaster.
This week's show features stories from NHK Japan, Spanish National Radio, Radio Havana Cuba, and Sputnik Radio.
From JAPAN- A brief update on the new corona virus and the Japanese plans to reexamine how to handle mass infections on cruise ships. The British government has new plans for issuing visas to foreign workers. Britain has urged Japan to raise its reduction target for greenhouse gas emissions. The Energy Observer is a hydrogen/solar/wind powered sea vessel that has left France on a voyage to Japan.
From SPAIN- Alison Hughes reports on the compounding effects of climate change, specifically the forced migration of people due to more frequent and intense storms, floods, droughts, and heat waves. An update on the war that never stopped on Yemen, where at least 31 civilians were killed by Saudi airstrikes last weekend.
From CUBA- A US Federal judge ruled a mistrial in the case against the Embassy of Venezuela Protectors Collective, 4 people who tried to prevent the embassy from being occupied by envoys of self-proclaimed president Juan Guiado. The Venezuelan Communications Minister has presented new evidence on a series of corruption acts involving Juan Guiado, including money laundering. The Wikileaks Twitter account has been blocked a few days before the extradition hearing of Julian Assange begins in the UK- Assange has been moved from solitary confinement after other prisoners at Belmarsh staged a protest.
From RUSSIA- On his program called Going Underground Afshin Rattansi spoke with Bouthaina Shaaban, political adviser to Syrian President Bashar Assad. She discusses the Syrian Army Idlib offensive, allegations of Russian and Syrian targeting of civilians in the offensive, continuing fake western news, what she sees as President Erdogan's Ottoman Empire revival, and the elimination of the indigenous Arab peoples and cultures in the Middle East.
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Tom and Doug discuss their families, and Doug remembers surprising his father for his birthday.
The story of Antoinette Tuff, a bookkeeper who was filling in at the front desk of an Atlanta Suburban elementary school of about 800 students on Aug. 20, 2013, when a 20 year old gunman brandishing an AK-47 with 500 rounds of ammunition in his back pack barged into the office. Ms.Tuff managed to stay cool and using compassion and empathy, she talked the gunman into surrendering to police. In part, what Antoinette Tuff employed was a kind of nonviolent communication that weve covered before on Peace Talks Radio. We also re-visit one of those conversations with NVC expert Jorge Rubio.
This program responds to a criticism that D@W focuses too much on the transition from capitalist firms to worker-coop firms with too little attention paid to the larger social changes needed to get beyond capitalism. Discussion focuses on the broader social changes needed to sustain a worker-coop based economy including a government that administers an economy-wide democratic sharing of profits and resources among the worker-coop enterprises.
Julian Assange misrepresented again!
Buttigieg caught fabricating African American support again!
Joe Biden says weird stuff again!
Phone calls from Barrack Obama! Mitt Romney! David Axelrod!
Featuring Stef Zamorano, Ron Placone, and Mike MacRae!
Two powerful, and badly neglected, forces in our national history around race are featured in Educated for Freedom: The Incredible Story of Two Fugitive Schoolboys Who Grew Up To Change a Nation by author & educator Anna Mae Duane. The 1800's debate between two students of the NY African Free School, James McCune Smith & Henry Highland Garnet, echoes to current issues.
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