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.
Dr. Stephen Zunes previews the President Obama’s speech on the Syrian dilemma
Dr. Stephen Zunes is joins Pacifica Radio Network in analyzing President Obama’s speech over potential strikes in Syria
Dr. Stephen Zunes talks about the possible negotiated settlement over Syria’s chemical weapons and efforts to prevent U.S. military intervention
Dr. Stephen Zunes talks with a panel that includes, David Mark, editor-in-chief of Politix, an online community focusing on national politics, and former senior editor with Politico, Robert Danin, senior fellow for Middle East and Africa studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, Steve Weber, professor of political science at UC Berkeley and author of books including “The End of Arrogance, America and the Global Competition of Ideas”, about the vote to strike Syria.
89.3 KPCC (NPR)
Dr. Stephen Zunes talks about Syria and how the situation should be handled
INN World Report
Dr. Stephen Zune’s commentary on Egypt and other topics begins at the 36-minute mark
Dr. Stephen Zunes discusses the Bradley Manning verdict beginning at the 15:30 minute mark