SANKARSHAN THAKUR INTERVIEW - Wednesday 25th July, 2007
with Sankarshan Thakur, the executive editor of 'Tehelka', India's
independent English language weekly newspaper and online news service.
PETER RUSSO, IMRAN SIDDIQUI INTERVIEW - Wednesday 25th July, 2007
confused and confusing case of Mohamed Haneef drags
on and while the Howard Government, at least, seems happy with how it's
being handled. Rather more unhappy are the still-detained Haneef, his
lawyers, many others in the Australian legal profession, human rights
activists, Dr Haneef's family, the Indian Government and the Indian
media. And now, late today, in a serious turn in the case, the
Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions announced that he would be
personally reviewing all material relating to the case against Haneef,
the accused "reckless supporter" of terrorism. A short time ago, from
Canberra, George Negus spoke with Mohamed Haneef's lawyer, Peter Russo,
and Imran Siddiqui, his wife's cousin, who is currently in Australia.
PROFESSOR HUGH WHITE INTERVIEW - Wednesday, 18 July, 2007
Negus spoke with Professor Hugh White, head of the Strategic Studies
Centre at the ANU in Canberra.
MICHAEL SCHEUER INTERVIEW - Wednesday July 11th, 2007
years he headed up the CIA unit that hunted the worlds most notorious
fugitive Osama bin Laden. After a career that spanned a couple of
decades spooking the US enemies he wrote two best sellers including one
about bin Laden entitled ‘Radical Islam and the future of
Back then as a former CIA operative Michael Scheuer couldn't hut his
name to his own books. These days however he's well and truly out from
behind his pot plant and his message is brutally frank, the West is
losing the war on terror.
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