"Colonialism has cast an extremely long and broad shadow. I incorporated the conquistador Díaz because I wanted to locate this story in a broader setting, and show it as a facet of a wider history."
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Walter D. Mignolo took time to talk to World Bulletin on the discourse of Islamphobia
Interview with Mohammad Bassam Imadi –the previous Syrian ambassador to Sweden- who is now well-known to be an important figure of the Syrian Revolution.
If the administration's goal is achieved and Qaddafi goes, then this dynamic will change overnight.
Interview with Dr.Hamza Mousa about what is happening in Egypt.
An interview with Zbigniew Brzezinski and Stephen Hadley over US cables released by WikiLeaks.
Chomsky says, "latest polls show Arab opinion holds that the major threat in the region is Israel, that's 80 percent; the second threat is the US, that's 77 percent. Iran is listed as a threat by 10 percent."
Slavoj Zizek, Slovenian philosopher, reminds a saying, "Behind every fascism, there is a failed revolution."
We publish the second part of our interview with two intellectuals from N. America.
We talked about the language of the Islamic movements with two intellectuals from N. America.
The US invasion of Iraq over the past seven years has inflicted multiple disasters on the country. But many argue that the US war against Iraq really began more than twenty years ago.
Founder of Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Professor Robert Frager evaluates human growth comparatively.
The Spanish guitarist, Paco Pena, has performed many different countries, carrying flamenco music to the world.
Richard Falk says the shock resulting from flotilla attack has reinforced the campaign to de-legitimize Israel.
As witnesses of the Israeli assault, Gaza activists say ships are just a little effort to defy the grave injustice on the besieged land, renewing their pledge to go to Gaza.
F. Stephen Larrabee, an expert on Turkey at the RAND Corporation, says the days when Turkey was a "junior partner" of the United States are over.
"There is a very real danger of Turkish-Israeli tensions seeping into U.S.-Turkish relations."
"If you are caught speeding and if they say this was done in furtherance of terrorism, a sentence that could normally be two months, could go up to twenty years, thirty years"
Ex-president of the UN General Assembly, Miguel d'Escoto commented UN, the importance of the Bolivia climate summit.
Carlos Latuff has drawn numerous cartoons which depict the pains of oppressed nations around the world.
Nazife Şişman focuses on the manifestations of the structure of secular society in human life.