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Panel discussion on top five international stories of 2015
31 December 2015


KPFA’s “Up Front” on Netanyahu’s speech before Congress and U.S.-Israeli relations (Audio)
4 March 2015

On KPFA radio network program “Up Front,” about Netanyahu’s speech before Congress and U.S.-Israeli relations. In a segment which begins at the 36-minute mark, Professor Zunes discusses the influence by AIPAC and the so-called “Israel Lobby,” which I argue is often exaggerated.


China Radio International – Iran Nuclear Negotiations Resume (Audio)
3 March 2015

On KPFA radio network program “Up Front,” about Netanyahu’s speech before Congress and U.S.-Israeli relations. In a segment which begins at the 36-minute mark, Professor Zunes discusses the influence by AIPAC and the so-called “Israel Lobby,” which I argue is often exaggerated.


China Radio International – Minsk Peace Talks on Ukraine Crisis Concludes (Audio)
12 February 2015

A ten-minute interview on CRI about President Obama’s request for Congress for authorization of force against the so-called “Islamic State.” The segment with Professor Zunes begins at the 18:30 mark of the Global Talks section


Uprising Radio – “Uprising” on the threat from ISIS
12 February 2015

From the the nationally-syndicated public affairs program “Uprising” on the threat from ISIS. The segment with Professor Zunes begins at the 19-minute mark.


Understanding Elections, Democracy, and Prospects for Peace in the Arab World
6 June 2014


Hinckley Forum: The Kerry Initiative
5 June 2014


Interview: Commentary on the OPCW and the Nobel Peace Prize (audio)
27 October 2013

FSN Reports

A five-minute radio interview on FSN Reports about the OPCW winning the Nobel Peace Prize. Dr. Zunes’ section begins just before the 13:00 mark


The Deteriorating Situation in Libya (audio)
22 October 2013

China Radio International

The kidnapping and brief detention of the Libyan prime minister Ali Zeidan a couple of weeks back probably marked one of the lowest points for the civilian government in this vast country where, in the post-Gaddafi lawlessness, the situation seems to deteriorate by the week. It was also probably the point which showed the world just how prominent and daring these militias and various tribes are.


Interview: Dr. Stephen Zunes previews Obama’s Speech on Syria (audio)
10 September 2013

WTOP Radio

Dr. Stephen Zunes previews the President Obama’s speech on the Syrian dilemma