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'A New Era of Responsibility'

"Push Obama to Follow Through on Peace Vows," by Amy Goodman, The Capital Times (Wisconsin), Jan. 22, 2009
"How to Push Obama," by John Nichols, The Nation, Jan. 12, 2009

"The Danger of Green Stimulus," Jesse Jenkins, Huffington Post, Jan. 5, 2009

"The First Hundred Days or the Last Hundred Days? Obama's Rendezvous with Destiny -- and Ours," by Ira Chernus, by, Dec. 10, 2008

"Who Will Seize the Moment?" Turning Crisis into Opportunity, by Ralph Nader, Counterpunch, Dec. 4, 2008

"Community Organizers Press Obama for Real Change," by, Dec. 3, 2008

Civil Liberties

"The effects of Obama's refusal to investigate Bush crimes," by Glen Greenwald,, Jan. 20, 2009

"Binding U.S. law requires prosecutions for those who authorize torture, " by Glenn Greenwald, Salon, Jan. 18, 2009

"Obama Has to Hold Bush Accountable for the Laws He Broke," by Elizabeth Holtzman, The Nation, Jan. 16, 2009

"Obama Must Restore the Constitution: Prosecuting Bush and Cheney," by Dave Lindoff,, Jan. 16-19, 2009

A BETTER WORLD IS POSSIBLE: Human Rights Solutions

"Single-Payer Health Care Would Stimulate Economy," by John Nichols, The Nation, Jan. 15, 2009

"Fulfilling the Promise of Human Rights: The Universal Declaration at 60," audio recordings from a Connecticut conference marking the 60th anniversary of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at Quinnipiac University, Hamden, Conn., Dec. 6, 2008

A BETTER WORLD IS POSSIBLE: Converting Fossil Fuel/War Economy to Green, Renewable Energy/Peace Economy

"Green Jobs Should Top Our Economic Recovery List," by Juleyka Lantigua, Jan. 6, 2009

"Obama Must Get Afghanistan Right,"by Katrina Van Heuvel, The Nation, Jan. 9, 2009

"Nine Steps to Peace for Obama in the New Year," by Deepak Chopra, Alternet, Jan. 1, 2009

"Electric Cars Put Hawaii on The Road to Independence," by Times Online/UK, Dec. 4, 2008

"Weapons Come Second: Can Obama Take on the Pentagon?" by Frida Berrigan,, Nov. 25, 2008

The FY 2009 Pentagon Spending Request - Global Military Spending, by the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation

Economic Crisis

"The Outcry Is Muted, But The Food Crisis Is Getting Worse," by Jayati Ghosh, The Guardian/UK, Jan. 9, 2009

"Ideas for Obama, "by Paul Krugman, by The New York Times, Jan. 12, 2009

"The Ponzi Scheme Presidency: Bush's Legacy of Destruction," by Tom Engelhardt,, January/February, 2009

"Fiscal Therapy," by David Cay Johnston, Mother Jones, January/February, 2009

"A Look At Wall Street's Shadow Market: How Some Arcane Wall Street Financial Instruments Magnified Economic Crisis," 60 Minutes, Oct. 5, 2008

"Swapping Secrecy for Transparency," by Christopher Cox, SEC Chairman, The New York Times Op-Ed, Oct. 19, 2008

"The Bet That Blew Up Wall Street: Steve Kroft On Credit Default Swaps And Their Central Role In The Unfolding Economic Crisis," 60 Minutes, Oct. 26, 2008

Broken Government

"Broken Government: By The Numbers," 40 ways in which the federal government failed to perform under the administration of George W. Bush, 2001-2008

Class Warfare

"How the Rich Are Different From You and Me,"Places that went for Obama are richer and smarter than places that went for McCain, by Bill Bishop and Robert Cushing, Slate, Dec. 11, 2008

"Questions About the $700 Billion Emergency Economic Stabilization Funds, " First Report of the Congressional Oversight Panel for Economic Stabilization, Dec. 10, 2008

War And Profiteering

"This Is Change? Twenty Hawks, Clintonites and Neocons to Watch for in Obama's White House," by Jeremy Scahill,Alternet, Nov. 20, 2008

"Don't Let Barack Obama Break Your Heart," Why Americans Shouldn't Go Home, by Tom Engelhardt, Nov. 12, 2008

"The Future of Iraq: The Spoils of War," Blood and oil: How the West will profit from Iraq's most precious commodity, by Danny Fortson, Andrew Murray-Watson and Tim Webb, The Independent/UK, Jan. 7, 2007

"Noam Chomsky on Middle East Conflict and U.S. War Plan Against Iraq," Between The Lines interview with Noam Chomsky, conducted by Scott Harris, for the Week Ending May 3, 2002

The Iraq Crisis, a Global Policy Forum, U.N. Security Council section on the 13 years of sanctions and other background of the war, the humanitarian situation, the importance of Iraq's huge oil resources, and disputes over a post-war government and reconstruction plan

"Pipeline Politics: Oil, The Taliban, and the Political Balance of Central Asia," World Press Review Special Report, November-December 2001

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Posted April 22, 2009

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For The Week Ending May 1, 2009

Panel discussions from the Left Forum, April 18, 2009
at Pace University, New York City

"Long-term Strategies on the Left"
- Stanley Aronowitz, Graduate Center, CUNY
- Barbara Epstein, University of California, Santa Cruz
- Michael Albert, ZNet
- Bill Fletcher, Jr., Center for Labor Renewal

"On the Brink of Depression: Turning Point in World Capitalism?"
- Panel Chairman: Suzi Weissman, St. Mary's College (off mike, not included in -audio)
- Jack Rasmus, Economics and Politics, St. Mary's College
- Nomi Prins, Author, "Other People's Money"
- Michael Hudson, Institute for the Study of Long Term Trends
- Hillel Ticktin, Critique

"The Obama Campaign & Presidency: Lesson for the Left"
- Panel Chairman: Bill Fletcher Jr., Center for Labor Renewal
- Gihan Perera, Miami Workers Center, Right to the City Alliance
- Stanley Aronowitz, Sociology, Graduate Center, CUNY
- Barbara Epstein, History of Consciousness, University of California, Santa Cruz
- Frances Fox Piven, Political Science, Graduate Center, CUNY

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Bush Torture Memos Reveal
Premeditated Brutality

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Interview with Michael Ratner,
president of the Center for Constitutional Rights,
conducted by Scott Harris


After a heated debate among his advisers, President Obama released memos from Bush administration officials detailing their authorization of interrogation techniques used against terrorist suspects held by the U.S. that are widely acknowledged as acts of torture. The memos, released on April 16, described the use of water-boarding - or drowning techniques - used on two al-Qaeda suspects on 266 occasions, up to six times a day in one case.

CIA interrogators also subjected 14 high-level U.S.-held prisoners to sleep deprivation, forced nudity and the use of painful positions. The president declared that he would not prosecute CIA personnel who participated in torture and who had relied on Bush administration legal opinions issued after the September 11th attacks.

But Obama left the door open to possible future criminal prosecution of the Bush administration architects of the interrogation techniques, that violated both U.S. and international law. The president said it would be up to his Attorney General Eric Holder on whether or not to prosecute these officials, and urged that any congressional investigation be organized "in a bipartisan fashion." Former vice President Dick Cheney and Bush's CIA Director Michael Hayden have both criticized the release of the torture memos, asserting that the information will be useful to al-Qaeda. Between The Lines Scott Harris spoke with Michael Ratner, president of the Center for Constitutional Rights, who discusses what we've learned from the recently released torture memos and the need to hold government officials accountable for the commission of war crimes.

Michael Ratner is author of the book, "The Trial of Donald Rumsfeld, A Prosecution by Book." Contact the Center for Constitutional Rights by calling (212) 614-6464 or visit their website at

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As Obama Escalates War,
Afghan Women Face
Growing Oppression

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Interview with Yifat Susskind,
communications director with MADRE,
conducted by Melinda Tuhus


Afghan women, long excluded from any public role, have become more visible in recent days. Legislation regulating family life for the nation's Shiite minority was passed by the Afghan legislature and signed into law by President Hamid Karzai, even though critics -- both Afghan women and foreign heads of state -- said the law essentially legalized rape within marriage. Karzai has for the moment blocked implementation of the law. To emphasize their opposition, hundreds of women marched in Kabul in mid-April -- standing up to insults and physical attacks from outraged Afghan men.

Last month, a group of Afghan women organized several thousand of their sisters to publicly mark International Women's Day on March 8 with a nationwide strike. However, a key women's rights activist, Sitara Achakzai, a member of Kandahar's provincial council, was murdered on April 12. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.

Between The Lines' Melinda Tuhus spoke with Yifat Susskind, communications director with the U.S.-based women's rights organization, MADRE, which is about to launch a campaign to protect the rights of Afghan women activists. She discusses MADRE's opposition to President Barack Obama's deployment of an additional 21,000 U.S. troops to Afghanistan, and MADRE's views on negotiating with the Taliban.

Contact MADRE by calling (212) 627-0444 or visit their website at

Obstacles Stand in Way of Thaw
in U.S. - Cuban and Venezuelan Relations

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Interview with Mark Weisbrot,
co-director of the Center for Economic Policy Research,
conducted by Scott Harris


During the recent 34-nation Summit of the Americas held in Trinidad and Tobago, President Obama struck a very different tone than his predecessor George Bush in dealing with U.S. adversaries Cuba and Venezuela. In advance of the meeting, Obama announced the lifting of all restrictions on Cuban-Americans' travel to Cuba and remittances sent to family members on the island. These developments were welcomed among most Latin American nations that strongly favor a lifting of the 47-year U.S. Cold War-era economic embargo against Cuba.

Cuban President Raul Castro responded to Obama's loosening of restrictions with an indication of his willingness to discuss issues important to Washington, such as the release of political prisoners and a reduction of fees charged on remittances sent by Americans to Cuba relatives.

An impromptu handshake at the Summit, where Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez gave Obama a book by Edward Galeano titled, "Open Veins of Latin America: Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent," momentarily eased tensions between the nations with the likely exchange of ambassadors who had been previously recalled. Conservative critics predictably reacted with anger at Obama's new conciliatory approach on U.S. Latin American relations. Sen. John Ensign, Republican of Nevada, attacked Obama's handshake with Chavez as "irresponsible." Between The Lines's Scott Harris spoke with Mark Weisbrot, co-director of the Center for Economic Policy Research, who assesses Obama's actions at the summit and the obstacles standing in the way of a possible thaw in U.S.-Cuban and Venezuelan relations.

Contact the Center for Economic Policy Research by calling (202) 293-5380 or visit their website at

This week's summary
of under-reported news

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Compiled by Bob Nixon

  • Human rights activists maintain that even after Russia has withdrawn its 200,000 soldiers from Chechnya, opposition activist are still subject to abduction and torture, from pro-Moscow Chechens rather than Russian security forces. ("Chechnya: Russian Declares 'Mission Accomplished' in Strong-Man State," Christian Science Monitor, April 17, 2009)
  • Thanks to an obscure provision for alternative fuels in 2005 Transportation legislation, big pulp and paper companies could gain an $8 billion windfall from U.S. taxpayers this year. ("Pulp Nonfiction," The Nation, April 20, 2009)
  • Caroline Kennedy and two other American Roman Catholics have been rejected by the Vatican as potential U.S. ambassadors to the Holy See. ("Vatican Vetoes Barack Obama's Nominees for U.S. Ambassador," The Guardian, April 2, 2009)

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U.S. Politics

"Health-Care Dialogue Alarms Obama's Allies," Washington Post, Apr. 21, 2009

"Harman on NPR: Train Wreck," by Dana Houle, Daily Kos, Apr. 21, 2009

"Code Red for Single Payer: Obama Cowers Before Insurance Industry," by John V. Walsh, Counterpunch, Apr. 21, 2009

"Obama Stands Nuremberg on Its Head," by Mike Farrell, Truthdig, Apr. 20, 2009

"Spy Story: Harman, Saban, and AIPAC," by Robert Dreyfuss, The Nation, Apr. 20, 2009

"Progressivism Goes Mainstream," by John Halpin & Ruy Teixeira, The American Prospect, Apr. 20, 2009

"Major scandal erupts involving Rep. Jane Harman, Alberto Gonzales and AIPAC," by Glenn Greenwald, Salon, Apr. 20, 2009

"Sources: Wiretap Recorded Rep. Harman Promising to Intervene for AIPAC," Congressional Quarterly, Apr. 19, 2009

"The Top 10 Enemies of Single-Payer," by Russell Mokhiber, Counterpunch, Apr. 16, 2009

"Webb's Prison Crusade," by Christopher Hayes, The Nation, Apr. 15, 2009

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"Crimes suspected in 20 bailout cases -- for starters," Los Angeles Times, Apr. 21, 2009

"Bailout's top cop probes twenty TARP fraud cases," The Hill, Apr. 21, 2009

"Too Big to Fail: Ecological Ignorance and Economic Collapse," by Tom Engelhardt & Chip Ward, TomDispatch, Apr. 20, 2009

"'People Shouldn't Have to Live Like This': The Real Story Behind 'Tent City' -- and How the Media Get It Wrong," by Rose Aguilar, AlterNet, Apr. 20, 2009

"Geithner and Summers Want More Debt Bubbles: The Result Could Be Catastrophic," by Thom Hartmann, Smirking Chimp, Apr. 16, 2009

"The Crisis That Could Bring Down Obama," by Ruth Conniff, The Progressive, Apr. 15, 2009

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Bush Accountability

"The Tortured Path," by Hunter, Daily Kos, Apr. 21, 2009

"Obama recognizes: whether to prosecute is not his decision," by Glenn Greenwald, Salon, Apr. 21, 2009

"Obama Is Wrong, Andrew Sullivan Is Right," by Paul Rosenberg, Open Left, Apr. 21, 2009

"Jay Bybee's Conspiracy to Torture," by Dave Lindorff, Counterpunch, Apr. 21, 2009

"Pressure Grows to Investigate Interrogations," by The New York Times, Apr. 21, 2009

"Bybee Must Go," by Marie Cocco, Truthdig, Apr. 20, 2009

"Personal Torture Laws: Your Tax Dollars at Work," by David Swanson, After Downing Street, Apr. 20, 2009

"Momentum Gains in Movement to Impeach Bush Torture Lawyer Turned Federal Judge," by Jeremy Scahill, Rebel Reports, Apr. 20, 2009

"The Bush Administration's Stunning Geneva Hypocrisy," by Jason Leopold, Truthout, Apr. 20, 2009

"De-Nazify America--Part 4: Accountability Watch--Impeach Bybee," by Paul Rosenberg, Open Left, Apr. 20, 2009

"Impeach Jay Bybee, and ignore Rahm Emanuel," by Joan Walsh, Salon, Apr. 19, 2009

"Correcting America's Dark Chapter of Torture," by Pierre Tristam, Daytona Beach News-Journal (Florida), Apr. 19, 2009

"Four CIA chiefs said 'don't reveal torture memos,'" Guardian/UK, Apr. 19, 2009

"Pragmatism on Torture Another 'Sorry Kind of Wisdom,'" by meteor blades, Daily Kos, Apr. 19, 2009

"Opposition Grows To Obama's Decision Not To Prosecute CIA Agents," by Marcuis Baram, Huffington Post, Apr. 19, 2009

"More than Nuremberg: Update: Rahm Says 'No Prosecutions,'" by valtin, Daily Kos, Apr. 19, 2009

"Expedience and the Torture Amnesty," by David Bromwich, Huffington Post, Apr. 18, 2009

"The Torture Memos, Obama and the Banality of Evil," by Richard Kim, The Nation, Apr. 17, 2009

"Now that we 'officially' know, what do we do?," by mcjoan, Daily Kos, Apr. 17, 2009

"Depraved Judgment," by by digby, Hullabaloo, Apr. 16, 2009

"Panetta's Defense of CIA Interrogators Undercut by New DoJ Disclosures," by Jason Leopold, Truthout, Apr. 14, 2009

More newswire ...

International Affairs

"Obama's Dinosaur in Trinidad," by Tom Hayden, ZNet, Apr. 21, 2009

"Neocon Fantasies of Empire Crushed: the New Global Reality," by Mark Engler, Foreign Policy in Focus, Apr. 21, 2009

"Latin America Changes: Hungers Strikes in Bolivia, Summits in the Caribbean," by Benjamin Dangl, Counterpunch, Apr. 16, 2009

"Obama's Latin America reality check," by Mark Weisbrot, Guardian/UK, Apr. 13, 2009

More newswire ...

"Postwar" Occupation of Iraq, Afghanistan

"Attacks Commence," by Dahr Jamail, Truthout, Apr. 21, 2009

"A Voice of Hope for Afghanistan's Women," by Frud Bezhan, The Age/Australia, Apr. 20, 2009

"Extremist Tide Rises in Pakistan," Washington Post, Apr. 20, 2009

"Mary McCarthy in Vietnam, Barack Obama in Afghanistan," by Tom Engelhardt & William Astore, Apr. 16, 2009

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Civil Liberties/ Human Rights

"Jane Harman: Angry, partisan, civil liberties extremist," by Glenn Greenwald, Salon, Apr. 21, 2009

"Connecting CIA Torture to Abu Ghraib," by Robert Parry, Consortium News, Apr. 21, 2009

"Judge to Rule on Domestic Spying," by David Kravets, Wired, Apr. 20, 2009

"Torture case lawyers may face jail for letter," San Francisco Chronicle, Apr. 20, 2009

"CIA waterboarded al-Qaida suspects 266 times," Guardian/UK, Apr. 20, 2009

"U.S.-Trained Human Rights Abusers," by John Lindsay-Poland, Foreign Policy in Focus, Apr. 20, 2009

"Power, humiliation and torture," by Paul Woodward, War in Context, Apr. 19, 2009

"'A Ton More People Were Wiretapped Than We've Been Led to Believe': FBI Whistleblower Thomas Tamm," by Liliana Segura, AlterNetn, Apr. 18, 2009

"CIA Director Asked to Preserve Secret Prisons," by William Fisher, Inter Press Service, Apr. 18, 2009

"Accounts of Torture, Abstract and Experienced," by Adam Serwer, The American Prospect, Apr. 17, 2009

"Which Congressman Did NSA Try To Wiretap Without A Warrant?," by Ryan Grim, Huffington Post, Apr. 17, 2009

"Officials Say U.S. Wiretaps Exceeded Law," The New York Times, Apr. 13, 2009

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Environment and Sustainability

"Climate Change Shrinks Some of the World's Largest Rivers," Environment News Service, Apr. 21, 2009

"10 Environmental Disasters to Remember on Earth Day," by Jeff Biggers, AlterNet, Apr. 21, 2009

"Climate Concern Unites Natives at UN Conference in Anchorage," Anchorage Daily News(Alaska), Apr. 21, 2009

"Holistic Thinking Key to Sustainable Future," by Calvin DeWitt and Lewis Gilbert, Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin), Apr. 21, 2009

"Gore: 2009 turning point in environment battle," San Francisco Chronicle, Apr. 20, 2009

"Michelle Obama's Fresh Food Revolution," by Mark Hertsgaard, The Nation, Apr. 20, 2009

"Greens Hail Obama's OK to Regulate Greenhouse Emissions," Jim Lobe, Inter Press Service, Apr. 18, 2009

"Sea Levels Are Rising: It's Time to Decide Which Coastal Cities Are Worth Saving," by Scott Thill, AlterNet, Apr. 17, 2009

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Media Issues

"The Pulitzer-winning investigation that dare not be uttered on TV," by Glenn Greenwald, Salon, Apr. 21, 2009

"Civil War Raging in Right-Wing Blogosphere," David Weigel, Washington Independent, Apr. 21, 2009

"Revolution Amid Recession" by Paul Starr, The American Prospect, Apr. 20, 2009

"Meet the Press and the media's distortions of the prosecutions debate," by Glenn Greenwald, Salon, Apr. 20, 2009

"No Such Thing as Free News," by Michael Moran, The Nation, Apr. 20, 2009

"With A Whimper And A Whine," by georgia10, Daily Kos, Apr. 19, 2009

"Pundits Whitewash Torture," by Marcus Baram, Huffington Post, Apr. 19, 2009

"How Can You Trust the Cowardly BBC?," by Robert Fisk, Independent/UK, Apr. 18, 2009

"Politico's understanding of journalistic anonymity," by Glenn Greenwald, Salon, Apr. 18, 2009

"On the house: Fox aired 107 ads for its coverage of tea party protests over 10 days," Media Matters for America, Apr. 17, 2009

"Pacifica Radio at 60: A Sanctuary of Dissent," by Amy Goodman, Truthdig, Apr. 17, 2009

"The future of investigative journalism," by Tracy Van Slyke, Guardian/UK, Apr. 16, 2009

"Right-Wingers Are Desperately Trying to Destroy Obama, and the Cowardly Corporate Media Are Helping," by Robert Parry, Consortium News, Apr. 16, 2009

"A note on going 'off the record,'" by Charles Davis, False Dichotomy, Apr. 12, 2009

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"A Duty to Resist," by Elsa Rassbach, Apr. 19, 2009

"The Surreal Life of Franklin Rosemont," by Paul Garon, David Roediger & Kate Khatib, Counterpunch, Apr. 16, 2009

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