His Country’s Saved, but He Can’t Go Back

Washington Post, November 22, 2009
Review of God Sleeps in Rwanda: A Journey of Transformation, by Joseph Sebarenzi

Rwanda’s President Teleconferences with BU Seminar

Stephen Kinzer’s class questions Paul Kagame, in real time.

A New Role For Turkey

Boston Globe, October 15, 2009
No country’s diplomats are as welcome in both Tehran and Jerusalem, Moscow and Tblisi, Damascus and Cairo. As a Muslim country intimately familiar with the region around it, Turkey can go places, engage partners, and make deals that the United States cannot.

Public Radio Forum on Iran

Broadcast Sept. 28, 2009 on KQED, San Francisco
Discussion about US-Iran relations after news of new advances in the Iranian nuclear program; other guests are Dr. Abbas Milani of Stanford University and Tom Graham, former director of the US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
Persian Version

Iran and the US Share Strategic Goals

Rooz, Sept 8, 2009
Interview with Iranian-American Web Magazine Rooz
Persian Version

Iran and the United States are “not fated to be enemies forever.”

Interview with Foreign Policy Journal, July 25, 2009

Turkey Set to Play Key Role With US, Says Turkey Expert

Today’s Zaman (Istanbul), June 18, 2009

Democracy Can Unite West, Iran

Politico, June 6, 2009
Because Iranians have had to fight so long and painfully for political freedom, they have a deep appreciation for its value.

Regime Change: Promise and Peril

New transcription of a speech delivered in June 2008 to the Future of Freedom Foundation in Washington, DC.
Part 1Part 2

How We Helped Create the Afghan Crisis

Boston Globe, March 20, 2009 (link)

German-language reviews of “Im Dienste des Schah” – New translation of “All the Shah’s Men”



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New Twelve-Minute Video by Brave New Film

Afghanistan + More Troops = Catastrophe • (link)


For several months last year, hundreds of students at the
City Colleges of Chicago studied Stephen Kinzer’s “Overthrow: America’s Century of Regime Change From Hawaii to Iraq.” Their discussions, in classrooms and at a specially convened assembly, plus documentary footage from US interventions and interviews with Kinzer, were combined into a four-part television series broadcast on a Chicago public television station, WYCC, in January. A DVD of the series, two hours in total, is available at: http://stores.lulu.com/wycc

Develop Moral Principles and Act As They Dictate

Commencement Addresss – Dominican University
River Forest, IL · Jan. 10, 2009 (link)

Obama May Follow Bush’s Foreign Policy

Politico.com, Jan. 9, 2009 (link)

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