Scott Horton Interviews Gareth Porter

Scott Horton, February 19, 2009

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Gareth Porter, independent researcher and journalist, discusses the continuing struggle over control of the Iraq war narrative, the influence of retired general Jack Keane on the Bush Administration’s Iraq policy, the surprising strength and stability of the Iraqi government and why General Petraeus’s proposal for an extended Iraq withdrawal is a ploy get more time to scuttle the SOFA agreement.

MP3 here. (22:38)

Gareth Porter’s articles appear on the Huffington Post, Inter Press Service News Agency and on Antiwar.com

8 Responses to “Gareth Porter”

  1. [...] AntiWar Radio – Scott Horton Interviews Gareth Porter – 20 Feb 09 (22:38): Gareth Porter, independent researcher and journalist, discusses the continuing struggle over control of the Iraq war narrative, the influence of retired general Jack Keane on the Bush Administration’s Iraq policy, the surprising strength and stability of the Iraqi government and why General Petraeus’s proposal for an extended Iraq withdrawal is a ploy get more time to scuttle the SOFA agreement. [...]

  2. Scott should change professions. He should become and interviewee instead of an interviewer. He out talks his guest. Very annoying.

  3. more annoying than not having the interviews? i didn’t think so.

  4. besides, these two are clearly friends with a massive overlap of interests. we should be grateful we have the opportunity to ‘eavesdrop’ on their ‘conversations’..

  5. Thanks for the interview, but yes, Mr. Horton, it IS distracting for an interviewer to prattle on as long as you did. FYI.

  6. Obama clearly stated at a convention held by AIPAC that “Jerusalem is the undivided capital of Israel”. I wonder how does he propose to initiate this peacefully and without the support of the U.N.?

    100 Palestinians were forcibly removed from their homes in Jerusalem today. Their homes will be destroyed to make way for President Obama’s change.

  7. Thanks for bringing these well-informed interviews. Let the nay-sayer’s comments roll off like water on a duck’s back. Keep it coming!

  8. I agree with the others… great interviews!

    On another subject, I’m curious what you (Scott) think and can find out about the destabilizing situation in Mexico.

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