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Analysis: "It's Over" in Iran
A year after the street protests that shook Iran, residents whisper that the regime has won.
Global Post, May 17, 2010
Iran's Nuclear Deal

The Guardian, May 17, 2010
Brazil and Turkey have brokered a deal with Iran over its nuclear programme that shows the two countries are a new global force.


Obama's Deadbeat Diplomacy
The Daily Beast
, May 8 2010 (link)
When Obama appointed George Mitchell as Mideast Special Envoy, observers hoped he would be the game-changer in the Middle East. But as Stephen Kinzer reports, Mitchell’s mission has thus far been a big failure.

Off Base
Boston Globe, April 14, 2010
The US use of Kyrgyzstan as a military staging ground has caused it to turn a blind eye to conflict.

No Apology? Mitt Romney is Wrong
The Guardian, March 18, 2010
Mitt Romney's new book title suggests the US owes 'No Apology', but every nation, like every human being, has sinned.

Two Guardian Columns on Turkey-Armenia

Genocide Vote Harms US-Turkey Ties
The Guardian, March 5, 2010
Was the 1915 killing of Armenians genocide? The question is debatable, but it's not for the US Congress to decide.

Turkey Should Pause Before a Mirror
The Guardian, March 5, 2010
Amid the finger-pointing, let's recall how Turkey helped push the US Congress committee toward its vote on Armenian genocide.

The Limits of Free Speech in Rwanda
The Guardian, March 2, 2010
The country's president claims that laws against disseminating 'genocide ideology' are necessary to stop a return to violence.
Worldfocus Radio: Rwanda as a Regional Power
Martin Savidge hosts journalist and author Stephen Kinzer and human rights activist
Noel Twagiramungu (audio link)
PRI's "The World" - How We Got Here
February 26, 2010
The World's Marco Werman interviews Stephen Kinzer about his forthcoming book "Reset: Iran, Turkey, and America's Future"
Clinton Clings to Bush Ideals on Iran
The Guardian, February 16, 2010
The US policy of engagement with Iran never got off the ground – and now Hillary Clinton has resorted to Bush-era sabre-rattling
Iran, Turkey and the U.S.: Power Triangle of the 21st Century
Chicago Amplified - WBEZ Chicago (audio link)

Prolific author, former New York Times bureau chief and correspondent and Northwestern University lecturer Stephen Kinzer speaks on “Iran Turkey and the U.S.: Power Triangle of the 21st Century.” He discusses this new "power triangle" and explains how it could help calm crises from Palestine to Iraq to Afghanistan--if only the US would break out of what he calls "the prison of old policies, assumptions and alliances."
Recorded Tuesday, January 26, 2010 at Film Row Cinema, Chicago
Protests In Iran Mark 31 Years Since Revolution
The Takeaway - February 11, 2010 (audio link)
After 25 Years, a Visit to a Different Cuba
Boston Globe, February 16, 2010

Visiting any country after an absence of 25 years naturally offers a host of then-and-now contrasts.
Caribbean Communism v. Capitalism
The Guardian, January 22, 2010
With a social safety net but fewer freedoms, is life better in Cuba than in its capitalist Caribbean basin neighbors?
Kinzer Featured in New Documentary
An evocative new film, The Desert of Forbidden Art, about a treasure trove of art gathered at a
museum in the Central Asian steppe, features commentary by Stephen Kinzer.
Writer Calls Iran Our Best Hope For an Ally
Stephen Kinzer argues that it shares strategic and democratic interests with the U.S.
Philadelphia Inquirer, Jan. 21, 2010
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