The Road to 9/11: The U.S. and the Middle East.

The latest, and final for the semester, U.S. history lecture from Green and Red Podcast co-host, and University of Houston history professor, Bob Buzzanco.

Prof. Buzzanco goes into The U.S. and the Middle East and what put us on the road to September 11th. He discusses oil, Israel and Nationalism. Then Palestine, Mandates and Balfour. He covers Red Line Agreement, World War II, Holocaust, Israel and Nakba.

He then gets into Anti-Americanism, Mossadegh, Nasser, Suez and Iraq. It includes discussin on OPEC, the Palestinian Liberation Organization, the Six Day War and the Ramadan/Yom Kippur Wars. Getting in Arab-Israeli relations, he talks about Camp David and Oslo and the Intifada and conflict over the Settlements. Continue reading “The Road to 9/11: The U.S. and the Middle East.”

“War is a Racket:” Measuring the true cost of war with Graham Clumpner

In this episode, BobĀ  and ScottĀ  talk with anarchist, U.S. military veteran, environmentalist and direct action organizer Graham Clumpner.

We discuss movement politics and the military during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the rise of the far right since those wars and current politics and the military in the ages of Trump and COVID19. Continue reading ““War is a Racket:” Measuring the true cost of war with Graham Clumpner”