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The U.S., Islam, and Terrorism

November 19, 2001
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This weekend the City University of New York held a conference, "Globalization and Resistance," addressing theintersections of policies of globalization with US foreign policy in the Middle East, and grassroots resistance toboth. The conference took place as thousands of activists converged in Ottawa, Canada to protest the meetings of theIMF, World Bank and G20 finance ministers.

Guest:

  • Tariq Ali, London-based Pakistani author and playwright. He is the author of ??NATO’s BalkanAdventure and the upcoming "The Stone Woman, an Islamic Quintet."

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