How do we understand borders, the boundaries that define nation-states? What are the historical roots and causes of the global refugee crisis, and the borders that define the spatial relations of our increasingly globalized and imperiled planet? How do we begin to think outside the box in regard to immigration and the movement of imperiled […]
Host Allen Ruff speaks with historian Marc Becker about his newly released book, The FBI in Latin America, a study of the FBI in charge of political surveillance in Ecuador during World War II.
Thursday host Allen Ruff speaks with political activist George Monbiot, author of Out of the Wreckage: A New Politics in the Age of Crisis from Verso Press.
Allen Ruff’s guest is journalist and author Thierry Cruvellier, who has reported on contemporary international tribunals for war crimes and crimes against humanity for over twenty years, covering war crimes trials before international tribunals for Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Bosnia and Cambodia, as well as national justice efforts in Columbia and the Balkans. Cruvellier is an […]
In the wake of President Trump’s declaration of support for Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, host Allen Ruff speaks with journalist and author Ali Abunimah. He is a columnist, author of books The Battle for Justice in Palestine and One Country: A Bold-Proposal to End the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse, and founder of The Electronic Intifada, a […]
Allen Ruff speaks with historian David Parsons about his recent book exploring the GI coffeehouse movement, called “Dangerous Grounds — Antiwar Coffeehouses and Military Dissent in the Vietnam Era.” You can subscribe to David Parsons’ podcast, “Nostalgia Trap,” here.