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Talk Nation Radio
Part 2, the author of Killing the Cranes, on bin Laden, Oil and Opium Trades, National and Foreign Investors
Weekly Program
Edward Girardet, founding director of the Institute for Media and Global Governance in Geneva, Switzerland. He is also the editor of Crosslines Essential Media Ltd (UK)
 Dori Smith  Contact Contributor
Sept. 1, 2011, 12:14 p.m.
US ignored Afghan society and its Loya Jirgha process, and Afghan mistrust of foreigners, of Arabs, Brits, or Americans. Warnings not heeded, death of bin Laden, al Qaeda, opium, and Cheney's 43 million to Taliban. Corporations win, Afghan's lose.
Produced by Dori Smith
Music by Fritz Heede

See: Institute for Media and Global Governance, formerly, Media21, media21geneva.org

Special Thanks to GLPR Books, Gail Leondar Wright, www.glprbooks.com, and Chelsea Green Publishers, www.chelseagreen.com
On the Bush and Cheney invasion and war operation, 'had there been a more astute perception about what was going on in Afghanistan at the time---the US could have focused on the ones who were closely operating with al Qaeda--the majority were not' and 'Afghans were tired of war' by the time of the Bush and Cheney invasion. --Edward Girardet

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