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Philospher Slavoj Zizek on the Iraq War, Bush White House and More

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Via: Democracy Now! Slavoj Zizek, Slovenian philosopher, psychoanalyst and cultural theorist. He is author of more than fifty books, including the forthcoming In Defense of Lost Causes. AMY GOODMAN: Today, we spend a half of the broadcast with renowned philosopher and cultural critic Slavoj Zizek. He has been called “the Elvis of cultural theory,” widely […]

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Google and the Renaming of the Persian Gulf

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Trita Parsi has a great article on Google changing the name of the historically and internationally recognized Persian Gulf to the “Arabian Gulf” on Google Earth. What Do Google and Saddam Have in Common? By Trita Parsi Google has a funny way of doing business — one that involves muddying politics in the Middle East. […]

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NIAC Files Defamation Lawsuit Against Hassan Daioleslam

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Source: NIAC Washington, DC – On April 30, the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) filed a lawsuit against Hassan Daioleslam in response to his defamatory articles about NIAC. Daioleslam, who has been identified by former members of the terrorist-listed Mujahedin organization as a member of the group’s executive committee, has since early 2007 mischaracterized NIAC’s […]

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