The Emerging World Order: Its Roots, Our Legacy
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Starting by saying "Perhaps it is the sign of my age, perhaps something else, but I cannot help thinking, more and more, about what kind of a world we are leaving for our children, grandchildren, and it’s not a very pretty picture, not one that should inspire pride" - Noam Chomsky is giving his reflections on at least two main issues he sees as important in the current socio-political landscape - nuclear war and the environment. Among others he discusses global security, energy, science and knowledge. This is a public lecture given at the Politeama Rossetti in Trieste, Italy on September 17, 2012. (Thumbnail author: Lisa Zillio)
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