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 "Five O'Clock Shadow" with Robert Knight 
 
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 Pablo Salon; Ray McGovern; Julian Assange; Rafael Correa; Robert Knight
 Robert Knight  
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RIO+20 SUMMIT: STILL HAZY AFTER ALL THESE YEARS

Two decades after the first “Earth Summit,” more than 50,000 governmental, financial and environmental activists reconvened this week in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for the official UN-sanctioned event, as well as a companion “People’s Summit.” At issue is whether first-world plans for a so-called “green economy” really mean more economic colonialism, environmental damage, and short-term exploitation of precious natural ecologies. PABLO SALON [ focusweb.org ], the former Bolivian ambassador to the UN, discusses the summit and his new thesis, "At the Crossroads Between Green Economy and Rights of Nature” [ climateandcapitalism.com ];


ASSANGE’S EMBASSY EXCURSION: HACKING OR SLACKING?

Wikileaks publisher JULIAN ASSANGE remains under sanctuary at the London embassy of Ecuador as he awaits a decision on his plea for political asylum against extradition to Sweden, and perhaps ultimately the United States. Former CIA officer and Presidential briefer RAY MCGOVERN [ raymcgovern.com ] discusses whether Assange’s abrupt escape from house arrest with surveillance and electronic “tracking” was the product of “hacking” by Assange, or “slacking” by British officials secretly amenable to a back-door solution for a diplomatic crisis. McGovern, the author of “Julian Assange’s Artful Dodge” [ http://consortiumnews.com ] also contemplates potential clandestine hazards to Assange’s life and freedom; and


ASSANGE INTERVIEWS ECUADOR PRESIDENT CORREA

Julian Assange recently interviewed his potential patron of asylum, Ecuadoran President RAFAEL CORREA for his new television program, “The World Tomorrow” [ wikileaks.org ]. In this excerpt, Correa praises Assange’s full publication of the WikiLeaked State Department cables, reveals diplomatic manoeuvres with the United States, and details Ecuador’s geostrategic plans for an independent economic and foreign policy.



Anchor: Robert Knight
Producer: Thiago Barrozo
Engineer: Michael G. Haskins
Origin: WBAI/Pacifica

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