Ghoshroy’s subsequent conversation with Chomsky touched on a number of interweaving topics, including: India and the importance of the non-aligned movement; the myths of free trade and the so-called “success” of neoliberalism; Washington’s historic opposition to promote new world economic and information orders; Latin America’s growing independence; the West’s hypocrisy over Iran’s nuclear program — and MIT’s ironic role in it during the shah’s regime; and, finally, U.S. elections and the prospects for change.
The result is a two-part interview, the second of which will run on AlterNet tomorrow. Part One begins with India, the Non-Aligned Movement, and why a “majority of the world supports Iran.” (The Non-Aligned Movement, which consists of some 115 or more representatives of “developing countries,” originated at the Asia-Africa Conference in Bandung, Indonesia, in 1955, which was convened mainly by newly independent former colonies from Africa and Asia to develop joint policies in international relations. >>>>>
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