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By Markus Salzmann - 31 December 2012
The latest anti-Semitic outburst by a leading member of the far-right Jobbik party was met with little serious opposition from the side of the governing Fidesz party and marks a further turn to the right in Hungarian politics. Faced with rising social protests against austerity, the government is increasingly relying on fascist forces.
With copious clips and comments by their makers, our multi-award-winning entertainment reporter Steve Pride offers his annual picks of the best LGBT-inclusive moving images on big and small screens during the past 12 months, including "Modern Family", "Gays Anatomy" and Steve's fave on the small screen, "The Outs", and then his Top Ten Movies Of The Year: "Wish Me Away", "The Most Fun I've Ever Had With My Pants On", "Going Down In La-La Land", "From Hollywood To Dollywood", "Any Day Now","Gayby", "How To Survive A Plague", "Laurence Anyways", "Vito", and "Keep The Lights On".
Radio Curious brings you part one of a two-part conversation about the struggle to regulate the most powerful engine of human behavior-sexuality. We visit with Eric Berkowitz, the author of “Sex and Punishment: Four Thousand Years of Judging Desire.”
Two poems for the new World.
Two poems for the new World.
Dave Hassig has lived in the James Bay Lowlands of Quebec, Alaska and Saskatchewan wildernesses. He writes from the heart.
Part three of the Climate Change Series
Alex Paterson interviews Bill Mckibben of 350.org on Rio plus 20 and how the environmental movement should organize in the future.
In the second part Alex Paterson and Alana Lajoie-O'Malley interivew Vanessa Grey and indigenous activist who participated in Power Shift 2012.
Part two in a three part series on Climate Change
Alex Paterson and Alana Lajoie-O'Malley interivew Alanna Mitchell on her book Sea Sick:the Hidden Crisis in the Global Ocean. Alanna explains how the global ocean — 99 per cent of the planet's living space — is undergoing vast chemical changes at the hand of man and what effects it will have on civilization.
Responsible governance isn't rocket science. Nor is effective economic policy. Fiscal cliff resolution is as simple as doing the right thing. Both parties spurn doing so.
Part one of a three part series on Climate Change.
In the first part Alex Paterson and Alana Lajoie-O’Malley interivew David Suzuki. In this interivew David Suzuki reflects on his life as an environmentalist and where environmentalism needs to go to address climate change.
Instances indeed are rare. An important one deserves mention. In mid-July 2010, Knesset members stripped MK Hanin Zuabi of key parliamentary rights and privileges.
By Dana Gabriel
The U.S. and Canada share similar goals and concerns in the Arctic and are further building up their military presence in the region. With a strategic framework in place, both countries are working towards establishing a North American Arctic foreign policy. At times, Canadian and Russian rhetoric in regards to Arctic sovereignty has been reminiscent of the Cold War era. Rising tensions could further escalate the militarization of the far north. While the process to resolve territorial disputes and the scramble to secure resources has thus far been peaceful, the Arctic still remains a potential flashpoint for conflict.
Extremist settlers reflect much about Israel's dark side. Messianic interlopers have no place in civil society.
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Democracy Now! 2012-12-31 Monday
- 2012 In Review: A Year of Extreme Weather, Mass Shootings, Drone Wars and Dark Money in Politics
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After a look at weird weather around the world, passionate pleas from people victimized by nuke waste & plutonium. Recorded at NIRS Conference Chicago 121201. Then Your Environmental Road Trip film director Ben Evans on great solutions found at the grass roots.