How significant a change in policy toward Latin America does Obama’s trip to Havana mean? As Mark Weisbrot, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy research explains, while the opening to Cuba is beneficial, it seems the American tradition of interference on behalf of US corporations in support of a style of government the locals call “CEOcracy.” And on Part Two, guest is Amer Zahn talking about the recent National March and Rally to Support Palestine. It took on AIPAC at their meeting. As he describes, the power of AIPAC in Washington is huge. But their mission is destined to fail and a one-state solution is inevitable.

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