Aug 20, 2019
John Feffer edits “Foreign Policy in Focus," a publication of the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington D.C. He called to ask Metta about what he sees as a trend: an increasing difficulty for leftish and liberal democratic internationalists to cooperate across borders, whereas the burgeoning nationalistic movements are easily knitting their projects together on a global scale. Actually, Metta asked most of the questions and decided to make this into a public conversation for you and others who read Peace Magazine and follow our website, https:tosavetheworld.ca .
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