Books By Noam Chomsky - Interviews


By Amy Goodman

  • Democracy Now! February 2, 2011: Noam Chomsky: "This is the Most Remarkable Regional Uprising that I Can Remember"
  • Democracy Now! April 3, 2009: US Expansion of Afghan Occupation, the Uses of NATO, and What Obama Should Do in Israel-Palestine
  • Democracy Now! February 26, 2008: Public speech in Massachusetts and interview with Amy Goodman: Noam Chomsky: "Why is Iraq Missing from 2008 Presidential Race?"
  • Democracy Now! with Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn
  • Democracy Now! November 27, 2007: on Mideast Peace
  • Democracy Now! September 13, 2011: "Noam Chomsky on the 9/11 Decade and the Assassination of Osama bin Laden: Was There an Alternative?"

By Imagineer Magazine

  • Noam Chomsky on Somali and online piracy

By Maria Hinojosa

  • Noam Chomsky on America's Foreign Policy

By Peshawa Muhammed

  • Noam Chomsky on The US-Kurdish Relations and the Kurdish Question in Iraq
  • Noam Chomsky on Iraq and US Foreign Policy

By Andrew Marr

  • The Big Idea

By Big Think

  • Noam Chomsky On William Buckley, Iraq, Israel and the Global Power Dynamic

By David Barsamian (from Alternative Radio, published in book form)

  • Keeping the Rabble in Line (1994)
  • Class Warfare (1996)
  • The Common Good (1998)
  • Propaganda and the Public Mind (2001)
  • Imperial Ambitions: Conversations With Noam Chomsky On The Post-9/11 World (2005)
  • What We Say Goes: Conversations on U.S. Power in a Changing World (2007)

By Danilo Mandic (published COPYLEFT by Datanews Editrice, Italy.)

  • On Globalization, Iraq and Middle East Studies (2005)
  • On the NATO Bombing of Yugoslavia (2006)

By Harry Kreisler (host of the TV series "Conversations with History" by UC Berkley)

  • Activism, Anarchism, and Power (March 22, 2002) video

By others

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