Video


Managing Repression (video)
20 June 2013

NonviolentConflict.org

Dr. Stephen Zunes emphasizes the international impact of repression, specifically how nonviolent responses in the face of brutal repression makes it easier to isolate the oppressive regime, whereas violent resistance, even where seemingly justifiable, could be seen as rationalizing further repression in the name of ?national security? or ?counter-terrorism.? He also addresses the importance of nonviolent discipline in encouraging defections by security forces and divisions within the regime.


Interview: Reaction to Boston Tragedy (video)
16 April 2013

TNSA


The Arab Spring, Two Years Later (video)
12 March 2013

DU Center for Middle East Studies

Professor Zunes discusses the current state of the Arab world in the wake of the 2011 uprisings, the strength and successes of non-violent sociopolitical movements in the region, and the corresponding shifts now required of U.S. foreign policy.


Interview: The Case Against Kerry (video)
24 January 2013

The Real News


Anti-Iraq War Speech on C-SPAN (video)
23 January 2013

C-SPAN


The No State Solution (video)
19 December 2012

Alternate Focus

Dr. Stephen Zunes is interviewed numerous times throughout the video


The Rift Between the U.S. and Israeli Governments Regarding Iran (video)
15 September 2012

RT News


Interview: Hillary Clinton Visits Egypt (video)
19 July 2012

RT News


Ideas for Organizing Around Palestinian Rights (video)
30 April 2012

Part 1
Part 2


Interview: Dr. Stephen Zunes at USF (video)
4 April 2012

Right Now

Interview with Dr Stephen Zunes, Professor of Politics and International Studies, University of San Francisco. Filmed in conjunction with the Castan Centre for Human Rights 2012 Lecture: Nonviolent resistance in the Middle East