05/31/16 – John Feffer – The Scott Horton Show

John Feffer, director of Foreign Policy in Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies, discusses the US drone strike assassination of Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour in Pakistan; and how the US’s increasingly-bold program is bound to provoke...

05/27/16 – Nasser Arrabyee – The Scott Horton Show

Nasser Arrabyee, a Yemeni journalist and film-maker, discusses why the UN-mediated peace talks aren’t stopping Saudi Arabia’s airstrikes on Yemeni civilians; and how Saudi cash and US weapons are helping Al Qaeda carve out a mini-state in Yemen. Podcast:...

05/27/16 – Jim Lobe – The Scott Horton Show

Jim Lobe, founder of the foreign policy website LobeLog.com, discusses the converging foreign policy views of liberal interventionists and neoconservatives as noted in a new report titled “Extending American Power: Strategies to Expand U.S. Engagement in a...

05/26/16 – Philip Weiss – The Scott Horton Show

Philip Weiss, founder of Mondoweiss.net, discusses the March 24th execution of a wounded Palestinian man by an Israeli medic at a military checkpoint in Hebron; and former Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon’s warning that “Extremist and dangerous elements have...

05/26/16 – Will Saetren – The Scott Horton Show

Will Saetren, author of Ghosts of the Cold War: Rethinking the Need for a New Cruise Missile, discusses why the planned new generation of low-yield nuclear weapons (Long Range Standoff Weapon[s]) are actually more dangerous than the city-killing bombs from the Cold...