Interview: The Threat of Western Military Intervention in Mali (audio)
11 January 2013

The Scott Horton Show
Stephen Zunes, professor of politics and international studies at the University of San Francisco, discusses the threat of Western military intervention in Mali; the next generation of Islamic extremists motivated by Saudi-funded madrassas and the US occupation of Iraq; and the non-governmental militias fighting for the spoils in Libya.

Syrian Government and Rebels Up the Ante, While US Raises Implications of Chemical Weapons (audio)
10 December 2012

Uprising Radio

Egyptian President Morsi Backs Down But Declares Martial Law, As Protests Continue (audio)
10 December 2012

Uprising Radio

Behind the Headlines: the CIA and Post 9/11 National Security with NY Times Reporter Eric Schmitt (audio)
22 November 2012

NPR/The Commonwealth Club

New Unified Syrian Opposition Group and the Ongoing Struggle (audio)
15 November 2012

Wisconsin Public Radio

Dr. Stephen Zunes appears around the 30 minute mark

Syrian Conflict Turns Into Full Blow Civil War (audio)
29 October 2012

Uprising Radio

On Foreign Policy Debate; Yifat Susskind on Iraq War?s Toxic Legacy (audio)
26 October 2012

Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting

The @PoliticalJones Show talking about the Middle East (audio)
17 September 2012

Political Jones Show

The Attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya and Anti-American Protests Sweeping the Middle East (audio)
14 September 2012


Letters and Politics (audio)
12 September 2012


On Letters & Politics, Philip Maldari of KPFA speaks with Phyllis Bennis of the Institute for Policy Studies and Stephen Zunes professor at Professor of Politics and International Studies at the University of San Francisco about the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Lybia. Also Mitch Jeserich interviews Laurence Shoup author of Rulers & Rebels, A People’s History of Early California, 1769-1901.