Scott Horton Interviews Andrew Cockburn pt.1

Scott Horton, December 28, 2008

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While Antiwar Radio is on hiatus, here is a “best of” from April 2007:

Andrew Cockburn, author of Rumsfeld: His Rise, Fall and Catastrophic Legacy, discusses Donald Rumsfeld’s flawed personality, and history of intrigue, naked ambition, torture and war.

MP3 here. (57:29)

Andrew Cockburn is a writer and lecturer on defense and national affairs, and is also the author of five nonfiction books. He has written for The New York Times, The New Yorker, Playboy, Vanity Fair, and National Geographic, among other publications. He currently lives in Washington, D.C.

9 Responses to “Andrew Cockburn pt.1”

  1. Will there be an interview re Gaza? instead of going over red herrings. And will we hear a Palestinian or will we have to settle for an American/Israeli?

  2. I second Alex… AW Radio has gone quite stale in terms of relevance (and Scott has gone quite chatty and random) over the past couple months

  3. I actually heard a lot of things in this interview I hadn’t read/heard before — I don’t obsess over this subject and would assume lots of other people don’t as well and so this interview is quite enlightening…thanks scott…

  4. I like your commentary Scott and believe your show is of high quality, however, Gaza is relevant and so rarely do we hear a Gazan's point of view that it would be somewhat groundbreaking if it were to happen.

    Malk,

    Are you sure you do not mean, "I don't obsess over this subject because of my politics regarding [it]"?

  5. you do know these are replays of older interviews and scott in not doing the show any more (for now)

  6. Hey Cockburn, where’s Osama bin Laden? Shouldn’t he have something to say about Gaza? I want to see his new un-Islamic beard style! Maybe his handlers were too busy celebrating Christmas and Chanukah to put together the new tape?

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