If You Love This Planet: The Dangers of Nuclear War

Helen’ Caldicott’s Radio Program, if You Love This Planet


Dr. Michel Chossudovsky on the issue of global survival and his conversations with Fidel Castro about nuclear war

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Dr. Michel Chossudovsky (superpowerthemovie.com)

Dr. Michel Chossudovsky is Dr. Caldicott’s guest this week. Dr. Chossudovsky is an award-winning author, Professor of Economics (Emeritus) at the University of Ottawa and Director of the Centre for Research on Globalization in Montreal, Quebec. He has been a visiting professor at colleges in Latin America, Western Europe, and Southeast Asia. Dr. Chossudovsky has also served as economic adviser to governments in developing countries, and consulted for international organizations including the United Nations Development Program, the African Development Bank, the United Nations African Institute for Economic Development, the United Nations Population Fund, the International Labor Organization, and the World Health Organization.

From October 12 to 15, 2010, Dr. Chossudovsky had several extensive and productive meetings with Fidel Castro, discussing nuclear war. He talks about those meetings and other global issues in this episode of If You Love This Planet.

Watch a four-minute segment on YouTube of Castro reading his statement against nuclear war, from the conversations with Dr. Chossudovsky (in Spanish, with subtitle translation).

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