Global Current November 10, 2013

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HewittRaw and LT interview

HewittRaw and LT interview

Fadesola Ojeikere interviews graduate professor Dr. Anne Hewitt on the global healthcare and how the United States’ new Affordable Care Act plays a larger role toward providing healthcare for more citizens.

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Global Current 11/3/13

Global Current November 3rd 2013 Broadcast

This week’s Global Current features an analysis of Gulf Aid and its Effects on Egypt, the Campaign to end the ban on Women drivers in Saudi Arabia, the reduction in NATO forces in Afghanistan, and more. Tune in to WSOU 89.5 FM Sundays at 8AM for future podcasts.

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10/20/13 Broadcast

In this weeks broadcast we will discuss the flawed elections in Azerbaijan, the transfer of convicted former president of Liberia Charles Gankay Taylor to the UK to serve the out the remainder of his 50-year jail term, the political landscape in Egypt and what it means for their prospects of solid democratic rule, Iran resuming nuclear talks in Geneva, and the release of John Gilligan10/20/13 Broadcast

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Global Current 10/6/13

Global Current 10/6/13

This week’s report features news on the Kenya Mall Shooting, Hagel’s visit to South Korea, an analysis on poverty reduction connected to sports, and more. Check back Sundays 8AM on 89.5FM WSOU!

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Global Current 9-29-13

This week on the Global Current we discuss the Digital State in Estonia (Noon), Iran’s shift in rhetoric (Larsen), CGI commitment to bolster numerous cities, US and Iranian relations in the UN General Assembly (Garay), and the effects of a Greek music artist’s murder and how it affects the far right group (Janos)Global Current 9-29-13

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This week

This week we examine the mining Industry in Afghanistan (Burgdorf), the downed Syrian helicopter in Turkey (El Sayed), election protests in Cambodia (Akanji), FOMAC and their views on International Markets, and a segment on the US Iranian Relations delivered by Dr. Amirahmadi, at Seton Hall University (Diplomacy Journal/ Erbson) and a dispute of Maritime Law at the ICJ. Check it out at http://youtu.be/Ryzn32SHHxU

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October 14th Show!

This week on the Global Current, we report on the ongoing conflict in Mali, the agreement between Islamist and the Philippine government and Bosnia Herzegovina. We also speak with Benjamin Goldfrank, associate professor at Seton Hall University’s John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy.

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“The Failure of America”, the UNGA Wrap-Up, and the Changing Face of Nuclear Energy!

Tune in this week for more interesting news, in-depth analysis, and our interview about the changing face of nuclear energy.

First, Zach and Candice give you a run-down on this weeks top international news stories. Then, Quemars discusses the wrap up at the United Nations General Assembly meeting. Matthew Giordano expresses concerns over the disaster in Libya and the death of the great American Ambassador Stevens, and finally Paul Murphy sits down with Paul Klein from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to discuss the changing face of nuclear energy.

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Another Great Week at the GC!

This week on the Global Current, we continue our reports on protests sweeping across the Middle East, Fiji’s decision to expel an ILO investigation team and much more. We also speak with Islamic law and religion expert Mohammad Fadel, assistant professor at the University of Toronto. Get in on a Global Current!!

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