Sam Husseini, communications director for the Institute for Public Accuracy, was recently on CrossTalk on RT about Syria. He argued that stated U.S. government goals should not be taken at face value and — while they may appear “irrational” — may well have a Machiavellian logic to them.
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After appearing on an IPA news release yesterday, Melvin Goodman, who was a CIA analyst for 24 years and is now director of the National Security Project at the Center for International Policy, was quoted in an article yesterday in The Philadelphia Inquirer. Goodman discusses how the “politics surrounding Clinton have obscured some real questions about Benghazi, particularly the CIA’s role there.”
Following Holly Sterling’s news conference on Thursday, and her letter to President Obama, she was covered by several outlets, including Agence France-Presse and Democracy Now. The AFP article, in addition to covering the news conference, discusses Jeffrey Sterling’s case in more depth. Democracy Now’s coverage features a video interview with Norman Solomon and Holly Sterling.
Following his appearance on an IPA news release Friday, Jeff Cohen, director of the Park Center for Independent Media at Ithaca College and author of Cable News Confidential, was featured in an AP article Monday. The article discusses the petition he authored to add a progressive panelist to tonight’s Democratic debate.
After appearing on an IPA news release last week, James Paul, the executive director of Global Policy Forum for 20 years and longtime editor of the Oxford Companion to Politics of the World, was interviewed by Jan Miyasaki on WORT’s 8 O’clock Buzz this Wednesday regarding the current refugee situation in Syria.
After appearing on an IPA news release last month, Steve Horn, research fellow for Desmogblog, appeared on The Real News to discuss Obama and the institutionalization of pro-gas and pro-oil policy. In the interview, he brings up concerns about Obama’s history of “pushing different fossil fuel projects around North America and around the world.”