Search Results for: "Peter Robinson"
Audio Archive:July 21st, 2014: - Listen | Download
The Pitfalls of Peacekeeping. Cuba's Rebellion Day. Gaza under brutal Israeli Military Attack.
Peter Robinson, Morteza Gorgzadeh
Phil interviews Peter Robinson, an American International Criminal Lawyer who has argued cases at the Hague, the ICTY and ICTR. Robinson defended the peace-seeking Joseph Nzirorera, former President of the Rwanda National Assembly, at the ICTR.
Robinson notes the ICTR trials were not legitimate: They were a political process instead of a judicial, legal process. Phil and Peter also discuss the "Genocide Fax."
Morteza Gorgzadeh discusses a Toronto July 26th celebration. The event is dedicated to memory of Nelson Mandela and to the Cuban Five Anti-Terrorist Heroes. The storming of the Moncada barracks gave impetus for the whole country to come together to fight the Revolution under the leadership of Fidel Castro. The celebration reflects the underlying struggle to bring down racist apartheid regimes.
The Cuban Five Gerardo's statement: "It will take a jury of millions to free the Five."
Phil Taylor and Phil Conlon discuss international support for Palestinians in Gaza --Belfast, Scotland, Wales, Chile, Venezuela. Will the support stand strong or waver until the next attack?
January 2nd, 2012: - Listen | Download
Peter Robinson, Lawyer for Radovan Karadzic and Joseph Nzirorera, discusses the battle for international justice. Otis Richmond on Little Willie John - a creative force in soul music.
Peter Robinson, Otis Richmond
November 15th, 2010: - Listen | Download
Peter Robinson, prominent defence lawyer at UN tribunals, talks about his client Joseph Nzirorera.
December 14th, 2009: - Listen | Download
Peter Robinson, Sandra Rush
We speak with Radovan Karadzik's legal advisor, Peter Robinson. We also talk to Sandra Rush of www.gazafreedommarch.com
January 21st, 2008: - Listen | Download
Peter Robinson, Stephen Gowans
January 22nd, 2007 : mp3 file not currently online
Dave Zirin, Abdi Dirshe, Peter Robinson
Dave Zirin talks about the issue of race and professional sports. Dave and Phil also talk about the ridiculous pre-NFC championship game media treatment of the New Orleans Saints.
Abdi Dirshe, of the Coalition of Concerned Somali-Canadians, talks about the recent protest of the U.S.-Ethiopean invasion of Somalia at the US embassy in Toronto. Mr. Dirshe presents some of the history and issues surrounding the current political situation in Somalia.
Peter Robinson, a California lawyer representing Joseph Nzirorera, talks about his defense of the former Rwandan political leader who stands accused of war crimes at the UN tribunal in Tanzania. Peter is the author of the legal thriller, The Tribunal.