Episode

6/24 Nikolas Kozloff: Why Ecuador Wants Snowden

June 24, 2013

Nikolas Kozloff, explained the politics of driving the Ecuadorian governments providing safe haven for Julian Assange and Edward Snowden, President Correas’s populist policies, the successes and failures of the new Latin American’s new left and what comes next.

On The Better Half: does reading Salon make you a security threat, Paula Deen’s insane defenders, David Gregory asks Glenn Greenwald if he should go to jail, Georger Zimmerman’s lawyer tells an awful joke and your IMs.

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