Episode 485 Today's Global Hot Spots

Maria Puerta Riera is a Venezuelan political scientist living in Florida. Lester Kurtz is a sociologist at George Mason University who has taught several years in Korea. William Geimer is a retired law professor who left the US for Canada because of his disapproval of US wars. They discuss the current dynamics in Asia and the expansion of China into Africa and, to a lesser extent, Latin America, fllling the gap left by other global powers.There’s also talk about whether museums about a particular war should focus on opposing war in general or holding the perpetrators accountable for their atrocities. For the video, audio podcast, transcript and comments; https://tosavetheworld.ca/episode-485-todays-global-hot-spots.


Maria Puerta Riera

Lester Kurtz

William Geimer


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