Scott Horton Interviews Jason Ditz

Scott Horton, August 18, 2011

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Jason Ditz, managing news editor at Antiwar.com, discusses why Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s “turn towards dictatorship” is deemed beneficial to the US; reneging on a promise to put the 2008 Iraq Status of Forces Agreement to a popular referendum; five months of Libyan rebels claiming imminent victory; why, winning or not, the rebels are not the bastions of democracy; whether the NATO bombing campaign is saving civilians, or extending a bloody civil war; and how a 2012 breakthrough in Libya could help Obama’s reelection campaign.

MP3 here. (18:59)

Jason Ditz is the managing news editor at Antiwar.com. His op-ed pieces have been published in newspapers and other media around the world.

6 Responses to “Jason Ditz”

  1. [...] day of action against the wars on Africa and African people worldwide. Turning to the Iraq War, Scott Horton (Antiwar Radio) discussed it with Antiwar.com’s Jason Ditz. Excerpt: Scott Horton: Let’s talk about the Iraq [...]

  2. [...] officer and his wife and 1 person shot dead in Kirkuk. In yesterday’s snapshot, we noted Scott Horton — the good Scott Horton of Antiwar Radio, not his evil twin from Harper’s m… and Scott was noting his belief or hope that Nouri would refuse to go along with the deal. [...]

  3. [...] officer and his wife and 1 person shot dead in Kirkuk. In yesterday’s snapshot, we noted Scott Horton — the good Scott Horton of Antiwar Radio, not his evil twin from Harper’s… and Scott was noting his belief or hope that Nouri would refuse to go along with the deal. [...]

  4. [...] (It will not turn around, it will not be a success.  The WikiLeaks State Dept cables that we noted Scott Horton (Antiwar Radio) and Jason Ditz discussing earlier this month, go to why that is.  As we’ve long pointed out here, Nouri [...]

  5. [...] (It will not turn around, it will not be a success. The WikiLeaks State Dept cables that we noted Scott Horton (Antiwar Radio) and Jason Ditz discussing earlier this month, go to why that is. As we’ve long pointed out here, Nouri [...]

  6. [...] (It will not turn around, it will not be a success. The WikiLeaks State Dept cables that we noted Scott Horton (Antiwar Radio) and Jason Ditz discussing earlier this month, go to why that is. As we’ve long pointed out here, Nouri [...]

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