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Shows featuring Gary Sick

  • As Jimmy Carter Discusses Cancer Diagnosis, Former Aide Praises Him as Honest, Noble Man Buttons_jimmycarter-2
    Former President Jimmy Carter revealed today cancer had spread to his brain and that he would begin radiation treatment later in the day. He made the comment during his first public remarks about his cancer. We ask Gary Sick about his former boss. Sick served on the National Security Council under Presidents Gerald Ford,...
    August 20, 2015 | Story
  • "The Danger of a Failed Iran Deal": Could GOP Rejection of Nuke Pact Lead to War? Kerryiran
    The Iran nuclear deal is coming under fresh scrutiny from Republican lawmakers following a new report by the Associated Press about a secret arrangement between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency to allow Iran to use its own inspectors to investigate the Parchin military site. Supporters of the Iran deal have...
    August 20, 2015 | Story
  • Aristide Warns of Possible Refugee Crisis in Haiti Refugeehaiti
    In the past week, more than 400 Haitian refugees have reportedly landed on beaches in Jamaica and the Turks and Caicos Islands. We speak with the Center for Constitutional Rights’ Michael Ratner who has dealt extensively with the issue of Haitian refugees for many years. [includes transcript]
    February 25, 2004 | Story