This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature an exclusive interview with author, columnist, former Wall Street Journal editor, and former undersecretary of the United States Treasury Paul Craig Roberts. Dr. Roberts will share with us his thoughts and analysis of the economic situation in Greece and his views regarding a potential “grexit,” while also speaking to us about neoliberal economic policies on a global scale, geopolitical developments in the Middle East and Russia, United States foreign policy, and the upcoming presidential elections in the United States. This is a highly relevant and timely interview that you will not want to miss!
In addition to this interview, we will feature our commentary of the week segment on the SYRIZA government’s latest effort to consolidate control over the Greek media landscape, plus some great Greek music!
The transcript of Dialogos Radio’s interview with international lawyer and professor Francis Boyle of the University of Illinois. This interview aired on our broadcasts for the week of February 18-24, 2016. Find the podcast of this interview here.
MN: Joining us today on Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series is international lawyer and professor of international law at The University of Illinois Dr. Francis Boyle. Boyle has served as legal counsel to the Palestinian Authority, to Hawaiian independence groups, and served on the legal team which led to the conviction of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney for war crimes. Professor Boyle, welcome to our program today.
FB: Well, thank you very much for having me on, and my best to all my friends in Greece. Great country, great people. I spent about two weeks traveling around in 1974, and another two weeks traveling around in 1982.
MN: Wonderful…well, let’s get started by talking about the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission and the case which led to the conviction of George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Alberto Gonzalez and others in absentia for war crimes. Tell us about this commission, and about this case that you were a part of, and its aftermath.
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature an exclusive interview with prominent international lawyer and University of Illinois professor of international law Francis Boyle. Boyle was part of the team of lawyers who charged George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Tony Blair, Donald Rumsfeld and other members of the United States and United Kingdom governments with war crimes and torture in an international court, resulting in their conviction in absentia on these charges.
In this week’s interview, Boyle will discuss the aftermath of this case and conviction, the foreign policy of the United States and NATO and its impacts in the Middle East and elsewhere, the upcoming presidential election in the United States, other issues pertaining to international law and human rights, while Boyle also shares with us his analysis on Greece’s national debt and its memorandum agreements with the so-called troika, and what international law has to say about these issues.
In addition this week, we will air a special feature with music written and performed by Greek and international artists, in solidarity with the refugees fleeing the Middle East and the Greek people in the Aegean islands who have helped the incoming refugees. This music will be accompanied by soundbites from the artists themselves, discussing their inspiration in producing this new music. Plus, we will air our commentary of the week segment.
Tune in for all this and more, this week exclusively on Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series!
The transcript of Dialogos Radio’s interview with Mona Amanatidou and Christos Triarchis of the Popular Stoppage of Payments movement in Greece. This interview aired on our broadcasts for the week of February 4-10, 2016. Find the podcast of this interview here.
MN: Joining us today on Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series is Mona Amanatidou and Christos Triarhis from Greece’s Popular Stoppage of Payments movement, who will speak to us about this movement and what it is all about, and in addition, about the social and political developments in Greece today. Mona and Christo, thank you for joining us today.
MA: Thank you for calling us from New York and giving us the opportunity to say a few words about what were are doing here in Iraklio.
MN: To begin, share with us a few words about how the Popular Stoppage of Payments movement first began, and a brief historical overview of your movement.
The transcript of Dialogos Radio’s interview with economist Dimitris Karousos. This interview aired on our broadcasts for the week of November 19-25, 2015. Find the podcast of this interview here.
MN: Joining us today on Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series for the first interview of the new year is Greek economist Dimitris Karousos, who has worked for years as a foreign exchange trader in major financial firms in the United Kingdom and who is an expert on issues pertaining to foreign exchange and the financial markets. In addition, Karousos was also a candidate in last September’s parliamentary elections with Greece’s United Popular Front. Dimitri, thank you for joining us today.
DK: Thank you very much for this invitation.
MN: Let’s begin our interview today with a discussion of the recent recapitalization of the four major Greek banks. In what condition is the Greek banking system today and what will be the consequences of this latest recapitalization?
This week, Dialogos Radio returns with its first new broadcast of 2016! On our show this week, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature an interview with economist Dimitris Karousos, who will speak to us about the political and economic turmoil currently plaguing Greece, the continued austerity measures and privatizations being imposed on Greece by its government and by the European Union, Greece’s capital controls and high taxation and their impact on the Greek economy and Greek businesses and households, and on the issue of “grexit,” or a Greek exit from the Eurozone. This interview will cover all economic current events in Greece and is one which you will not want to miss!
In addition to this week’s interview, we will feature our commentary of the week segment, plus some great Greek music. This week, only on Dialogos Radio!
Dialogos Radio’s recent interview with renowned economist Warren Mosler has been published in Truthout! In this interview, Mosler discusses money, debt, austerity, and his proposed solutions for the Greek and European financial crisis.
The transcript of Dialogos Radio’s special holiday interview with singer-songwriter Leonidas Balafas. This interview aired on our broadcasts for the week of December 17-23, 2015. Find the podcast of this interview here.
MN: Joining us today on Dialogos Radio for our special holiday broadcast is the talented young musician, artist, and lyricist Leonidas Balafas, who will speak to us today about his musical career, his recent hits, and much more. Leonidas, thank you first of all for joining us today.
LB: Thank you for inviting me!
MN: To get us started, share with us a few words about how you began your musical journey and how you made it all the way to the Fame Story reality show in 2006 and 2007.
This week, celebrate Christmas along with Dialogos Radio by tuning in to our special Christmas broadcast, featuring an interview and music with the talented young Greek singer-songwriter Leonidas Balafas!
Balafas will speak to us about his career and growing popularity, his musical inspirations, his latest hit songs, his live appearances in Athens and elsewhere in Greece, his future plans and upcoming album, and he will share with us his holiday wishes to our listeners and to the global Greek community. In addition, we will hear some of Balafas’ best music, hand-selected by Balafas, Dialogos Radio, and our listeners!
In addition, we will also air our final commentary of the week for 2015! Tune in for this exclusive interview and musical special, plus much more, all this week on Dialogos Radio!
The transcript of Dialogos Radio’s interview with economist Warren Mosler. This interview aired on our broadcasts for the week of November 19-25, 2015. Find the podcast of this interview here.
ΜΝ: Joining us today on Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series is economist Warren Mosler, co-founder of the Center for Full Employment And Price Stability at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and a leader in the field of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT). He will speak to us today about money, debt, Greece, the Eurozone, and much more. Warren, thank you for joining us today.
WM: Good to be here, thank you.
MN: Let’s begin with a question that might seem obvious, and yet is something that so few people actually understand. What is money, and how is it actually created?
La transcripción de la entrevista de Radio Dialogos con Panagiotis Oikonomidis de Grecia de “Sin intermediarios Movimiento.” Esta entrevista salió al aire en nuestras transmisiones para la semana del 05 al 11 11, 2015. Encuentra el podcast de la entrevista aquí.
Traducido por Déborah B. Santana
MN: Unirse a nosotros hoy en Dialogos Radio y la Entrevista Serie Dialogos es Panagiotis Oikonomidis Del “Sin intermediarios Movimiento”, o Κίνημα Χωρίς Μεσάζοντες, en Grecia. Oikonomidis nos hablará sobre el movimiento y su trabajo en la afectada por la crisis de Grecia, y de manera más amplia en temas que tienen que ver con la producción alimentaria local y la economía social en Grecia. Panagiotis, gracias por acompañarnos hoy.
PO: genial estar aquí con ustedes y con sus oyentes.
MN: Para que podamos empezar, comparte con nosotros una introducción al Movimiento Sin intermediarios y lo que hace.
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature an exclusive and highly enlightening interview with well-known economist Warren Mosler. Mosler is a leading figure in the field of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) and was also the co-founder of the Center for Full Employment and Price Stability at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
In our interview this week, Mosler will speak to us about the economic crisis in Greece and why it is, in reality, much different than often described, while also discussing the role of European Union policies in perpetuating the crisis. He will share with us his proposed solutions for combating the crisis, while also explaining to us exactly what seemingly straightforward terms such as “money” and “debt” actually mean.
Tune in for this excellent interview, plus our commentary of the week segment and some great Greek music, this week exclusively on Dialogos Radio!
Check out our recent interviews, which have been published on 99getsmart.com and on GreekTV.com! Our interview with Greek-American aviation expert Bill Kalivas, on his online campaign for additional nonstop flights to be added from the United States to Greece, has recently been featured on GreekTV.com, while our interview with Panagiotis Oikonomidis of Greece’s “No Middlemen Movement” has been featured in 99getsmart.com!
The transcript of Dialogos Radio’s interview with Panagiotis Oikonomidis of Greece’s “No Middlemen Movement.” This interview aired on our broadcasts for the week of November 5-11, 2015. Find the podcast of this interview here.
MN: Joining us today on Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series is Panagiotis Oikonomidis from the “No Middlemen Movement,” or Κίνημα Χωρίς Μεσάζοντες, in Greece. Oikonomidis will speak to us about the movement and its work in crisis-hit Greece, and more broadly on issues that have to do with local food production and the social economy in Greece. Panagiotis, thank you for joining us today.
PO: Great to be here with you and with your listeners.
MN: To get us started, share with us an introduction to the No Middle-Men Movement and what it does.
Read our most recent interview, with Turkish journalist, blogger, academic, and activist Gürkan Ozturan, which was published earlier this week in Truthout! In this interview, Ozturan speaks about the recent terror attacks in Ankara, about the Turkish government’s crackdown on democracy and free speech leading up to the country’s national elections, about the ongoing war and conflict in Syria and with the Kurds, and about the ongoing refugee crisis.
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