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War, Empire and Resistance

by Tariq Ali

May 29, 2003

 

* Speech delivered at UC Berkeley on May 8, 2003

 

Exiled from his home in Pakistan where he was born in 1943, Tariq Ali is a scholar, activist, novelist, play write, film maker and radio and TV commentator. He is the editor of the New Left Review and his name is linked with the rise of the New Left since his arrival in Oxford in the 1960s. He is one of the most charismatic speakers of the anti-war movement.

 

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Tariq Ali: War, Empire and Resistance

Language: English

 

 

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This speech was recorded and produced by Maria Gilardin. Email: tuc@tucradio.org. Audio link comes via the A-Infos Radio Project, an archive of talks and radio programs featuring critical, non-mainstream voices thatís updated daily:

(http://www.radio4all.net/index.php). ††

 

 

 

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