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Books below are by Vijay Mehta Chair of Uniting for Peace

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Panel Discussion on Gaza Conflict


 

Vijay Mehta interviewed by Radio City 96.7 on his book 'The Economics of Killing' which has been broadcasted accross North West and North Wales and of course is available online.

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Vijay Mehta interviewed by Steve Gilmore of Talk Radio Europe
at 9.30 am UK time on Thursday the 29th of March 2012.

In the interview he has discussed his latest book 'The Economics of Killing'
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Vijay Mehta on Colourful Radio
23 January 2012 8 am

Looking at the struggle for peace in the world today. In the interview Vijay covers several areas of conflict trouble in the Middle East particualry Iran, Israel/ Palestine conflict. He also talks about his forthcumming book the Ececonomics of Killing.
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Talk Radio Europe Spain 2011-09-27_19-00-00
Understanding Human Rights - Have Human Rights Gone Too Far ?
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Talk Radio Europe in Spain
Stalemate in Libya and International response to what's happening in Syria.

"Ritchie Alen Presenter of Talk Radio Europe Maraballai Spain interviews Vijay Mehta on the Stalemate in Libya and International response to what's happening in Syria.
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Talk Radio Europe interview about the
about the War in Libya

"When does a country have the right to attack another?"

Tuesday 21st June 2011
20:00 - 21:00