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Shows featuring Oronto Douglas

  • Have Forum Leaders Learned to Listen to Their Critics, Or Have They Just Learned to Deflectcriticism?
    Today is the final day of the World Economic Forum, held this year for the first time in New York City. Previouslyit was held in Davos, Switzerland.
    February 04, 2002 | Story
  • Chevron and Nigeria
    Throughout the year, the Niger Delta has been the scene of conflict between local people and the oil multinationals. Big oil companies are responsible for widespread environmental destruction in the Delta region. Residents in the Delta who have been outspoken against the oil companies have been the victims of extreme repression at the hands of the Nigerian government. Project Underground is...
    January 27, 1999 | Story