A former priest, social activist, professor at California State University at Northridge, journalist, and expert on Central American affairs discusses El Salvador, its similitarity with Guatemala, its resources, Archbishop Romero, poverty, AFL-CIO involvement and economic interests.|BLASE BONPANE ON EL SALVADOR / interviewed by Fernando Velazquez. - SERIES: El Salvador Now.
Institute for Policy Studies member presents his analysis of the Iranian revolution, Iraqi relations, the socio-political situation, and military assistance to the Third World.
Excerpts from the news feature and analysis program: Banning Garrett on Thailand; Vietnamese refugees.
Rivas' work in the Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee; Gyardro on life and U.S. relations with Cuba.
Filmmaker-author describes the changes he observed in China.
American attorney who was an unofficial delegate to the Crimes of America Conference held in Iran in June 1980.
Phone interview about the Islamic Republican Party as a covert ally with the U.S. in Iran; also on the Soviets in Afghanistan.
Cuba's economic problems and it's refugees; U.S. aid to El Salvador; U.S. foreign policy towards Central America.
On American policy toward Iran and the hostage crisis.
Phone interview exploring the ramifications of the U.S. raid on Iran to recover the American hostages.
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