Imaginary Lines – Combating Migrant Detention and Deportation
Hundreds of thousands of Mexican and Central American migrants are deported from the United States each year, causing untold damage to entire families and putting the lives of these migrants at risk. Even before undocumented ...
Imaginary Lines: Spotlight on the Year’s Top Stories
As the year comes to an end, our host Michael Fox showcases stories on the Black Lives Matter movement, the Paris attacks, CIA involvement in Syria, Venezuela-Colombia border issues, opposition violence in Ecuador and state ...
Imaginary Lines – Venezuelan Opposition Threatens Massive Backlash
On December 6, Venezuela’s opposition overwhelmingly won elections to the country’s National Assembly, picking up a super majority in the legislative body. Members of the opposition are now threatening a massive backlash against government policies ...
The Politics of Human Rights
Today, we look not just at the freedoms ingrained in the universal declaration of human Rights, but at the human rights rhetoric that is being used by powerful entities to push their specific agendas worldwide.
Imaginary Lines - The Press and Macri's Victory in Argentina
Today's program takes a look at the international and Argentine corporate media's take on the victory of right-winger Mauricio Macri in the recent presidential elections as the end of Latin America's "pink tide". Host Michael ...
Imaginary Lines - The Paris Attacks
The Islamic State terrorist attacks in Paris have sparked widespread condemnation, combined with major doses of hypocrisy and anti-Arab racism and Islamophobia. Today's special program looks at a hidden episode from French history, the deadly ...
Imaginary Lines - Fight for 15
The fight to double the U.S. minimum wage to US$15 an hour has galvanized the normally complacent labor movement. Today's program features an interview with Fight for 15 activist Jim Mangia on the protests, what's ...
Imaginary Lines - Media Distortions of Upcoming Venezuelan Elections
The international mass media -including at times the independent press- are engaged in a major campaign to discredit the upcoming December 6 legislation elections in Venezuela, tarring the Bolivarian Revolution and President Nicolas Maduro as ...
Imaginary Lines - The Media and Argentina's Run-Off Election
In today's edition of "Imaginary Lines", teleSUR's media analysis program, looks at the upcoming November 22 Argentine second-round presidential elections. Host Michael Fox interviews Latin American expert Juan Pablo Ferrero of the University of Bath ...
Imaginary Lines - Liberal Party Victory in Canada
The stunning October 19 victory of Canada's Liberal Party candidate Justin Trudeau and the defeat of right-wing Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper has sparked hope for a shift to more progressive policies. Others are not ...