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Antiwar Radio: Chris Deliso

Chris Deliso, journalist, travel writer and author concentrating on the Balkans and Southeast Europe, discusses how WikiLeaks is turning traditional journalism on its head and making plenty of enemies along the way; the risk of deliberate media distortion when huge caches of primary sources are released at once and can’t be effectively vetted; the danger of false leaks receiving mass dissemination; how the future of journalism is tending toward interpretation of facts rather than investigative work; and how the public is susceptible to “leak overload” where blockbuster information is readily available but nobody cares.

Antiwar Radio: Chris Deliso

Journalist and author Chris Deliso discusses the multiple conflicting claims on the (regional/national/ethnic) identity of Macedonia, economic instability that threatens the Euro currency and the EU in general, the longstanding conflict between Turkey’s religious government and secular military, the lasting legacies of the Ottoman and Byzantine empires in Asia Minor and the possible incorporation of Kosovo into a Greater Albania.

Antiwar Radio: Chris Deliso

Chris Deliso, author of The Coming Balkan Caliphate and director of Balkanalysis.com, discusses the recent attack on South Ossetia by Georgia, the historic relationships between Georgians, Ossetians, Abkhazians, and Russians, the Rose revolution, the role of control over oil pipelines plays in the crisis, the potential conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia, the danger in our war guarantees of countries surrounding Russia and the American war party’s ever increasing belligerence.

Antiwar Radio: Chris Deliso

Chris Deliso, the only western journalist in Macedonia, longtime contributor to Antiwar.com, proprietor of Balkanalysis.com and author of The Coming Balkan Caliphate: The Threat of Radical Islam to Europe and the West, discusses the problems of ethnic and religious differences, crime and corruption in the former Yugoslavia, the rise of Saudi-financed Wahaabi Islam in Albania, Kosovo and Bosnia and the compromised and ineffectual “humanitarians” from the UN who’ve been running Kosovo.