Film Release Date Summer 2004

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Seth Leibsohn is Policy Director of Americans for Victory Over Terrorism, a Washington DC based think-tank that promotes the idea that America’s defense policy is justified in light of the changed reality of a post-9/11 world.
Tariq Ali, originally from Lahore, Pakistan is an internationally renowned writer. The editor of the New Left Review, he is the author of more than a dozen books on world history and politics, as well as a filmmaker and novelist.
Chalmers Johnson is the President and co-founder of the Japan Policy Research Institute, and author of the popular book Blowback. He is an expert on Asian and international affairs and diplomacy.
Cliff May, President of the Foundation for Defense of Democracy and former Republican National Committee Communications Director, makes frequent appearances in print and on television to advocate for a defense strategy that sufficiently prioritizes the US fight on global terrorism.
Noam Chomsky, professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is the author of ninety-eight books including Manufacturing Consent, Turning the Tide, and Rethinking Camelot. A world-renowned linguist, he also writes and speaks constantly to audiences across the country on US and world military history and strategy.
Phil Donahue is a ground-breaking pioneer in the talk format of television, rising to prominence in the 1980s. Most recently, he hosted a current events political discussion program on MSNBC, the highest rated show on the network.
Rahul Mahajan, author of Full Spectrum Dominance: US Power in Iraq and Beyond, serves on the national board of Peace Action, the nation's largest grassroots peace organization. He has published over 50 articles in newspapers including USA Today, Newsday, The Baltimore Sun, The Houston Chronicle, and The Hindu.
Anthony Arnove is a member of the editorial board of The International Socialist Review. His writing has appeared in the Financial Times, In These Times, The Nation, Mother Jones, Left Business Observer, Monthly Review, among others.
A fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies, Phyllis Bennis is also a fellow of the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam. She has been a writer, analyst and activist on Middle East issues, especially Israel-Palestine, for 25 years.
Mark Lance is an Associate Professor at Georgetown University working mostly in the areas of philosophy of language, epistemology, philosophical logic, and metaphysics. He is the former director of and current professor in the Program of Justice and Peace at Georgetown University.
Maria Ryan's articles and research center on US Intelligence and the Bush Administration with a specific emphasis on neoconservatism in America. She is based out of the University of Birmingham, UK.
Michael Klare teaches courses on international peace and security issues in Massachusetts at Hampshire College, Amherst College, Mount Holyoke College, Smith College, and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
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