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10 September 2007

Noam Chomsky, Case Studies in Hypocrisy: US Human Rights Policy

Ostensibly from 2000; at least released then. On the postwar reconstruction of international political and economic relations: the Bretton Woods System (IMF, World Bank, GATT) and the UN. Or: why there really is no effective difference between (Clintonian) Democrats and Republicans in foreign and economic policy anymore (i.e., "the Washington Consensus"). Here is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, by the way. And here's UN Resolution 194, which is based on Article 13 of the Universal Declaration.



You know, more childish rantings about anti-globalization conspiracy theories from a lefty blogger, citing Chomsky.

Update: Here's another way to access this talk:


Running time: 53m 3s
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Case Studies in Hypocrisy:U.S. Human Rights Policy, Part I (Audio Only)
Series: Chomsky
Episode: Case Studies in Hypocrisy:U.S. Human Rights Policy, Part I (Audio Only)
Produced: April 30, 2002 at 22:00:00

Running time: 53m 17s
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Case Studies in Hypocrisy:U.S. Human Rights Policy, Part II (Audio Only)
Series: Chomsky
Episode: Case Studies in Hypocrisy:U.S. Human Rights Policy, Part II (Audio Only)
Produced: April 29, 2002 at 22:00:00

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