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War, Foreign Policy and Activism

What do America’s top bloggers have to say about foreign policy, politics and how U.S. foreign policy is created, implemented and influenced by the emerging netroots? Watch footage from the YearlyKos Convention 2006 Panel on War, Foreign Policy and Activism: Problems and Solutions available at the Link TV and ForaTV websites and find out.

Panelists Lakshmi Chaudhry, Arianna Huffington, Ari Melber, Alex Rossmiller and Jonathan Singer address how the media can devise objectives and progressive alternatives to the current political climate, what national interests they think should guide foreign policy and what moral imperatives they believe should constrain U.S. action.

“With campaign consultants once again trying to poll and focus-group their way to victory, it’s up to the netroots to take the lead in making sure that in the elections of 2006 and 2008, the war in Iraq — and how it’s made America less safe — stays front and center. It’s all about the national security, stupid!” — Arianna Huffington, founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post.


Visit http://www.linktv.org/yearlykos/ and http://www.fora.tv/ for footage.


About Link TV

Link TV is a non-commercial, independent television network available in more than 27 million U.S. homes on DIRECTV channel 375 and DISH Network channel 9410. The 24-hour programming is a mix of documentaries, international news, foreign films and the best of World Music. The network recently received the first satellite-only Peabody Award for MOSAIC: World News from the Middle East, a daily news show featuring English translations of national television reports from more than 24 countries in the Middle East. Select Link TV programs are streamed on the Internet at www.linktv.org. Link TV is operated by Link Media, Inc., a California non-profit organization, with production studios in San Francisco, New York and Washington, DC.
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