With the recent celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights, and America's undisputed position as the world's only superpower, the contrast between the rhetoric and the reality of US foreign policy has never been more stark.
With his inimitable penetrating analysis and dry wit, Chomsky leads us through the murky blood-soaked reality of America's New World Order - whether it's NAFTA, GATT and MAI, or our relations with Palestine, Israel, Haiti and China.
The second lecture of this two part set focuses on the motives and consequences of US Iraq policy - a continuing (though hardly unique) shiny example of murderous hypocrisy at its most lethal.
Noam Chomsky is perhaps the foremost critic of American foreign policy, the media which propagandizes on its behalf, and the economic system which provides the real motor for its deadly course. Certainly the most tireless critic, he writes profusely and lectures frequently.
Product Code: 2846
Author: CHOMSKY, noam
Publisher: AK Press Audio