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Taylor Report
Lawyers have to overcome decades of vilification against defendants
Courteney Griffiths, Thomas Mountain, Pauline Bellens
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Phil speaks with Courteney Griffiths, a distinguished lawyer from London, about the Charles Taylor case. Griffiths argues that politics play "too great a role" in tribunals.

Then, Thomas Mountain on Kenya's powderkeg. Ethiopia is the U.S. "policeman on the beat" in the Horn of Africa, but Kenya's internal problems are taking the forefront.

Finally, Professor Pauline Bellens of Brooklyn College reports back from Zimbabwe, where she was a visiting scholar at a women's university. Taylor and Bellens discuss the resilience of ordinary Zimbabweans living under Western sanctions, and a deliberate U.S. policy of brain drain.

Interview with Courteney Griffiths, Thomas Mountain, Pauline Bellens Download Program Podcast
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00:59:03 1 Aug. 6, 2012
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