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Report on Filipino Typhoon plus report on Iran Inspections

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1) intro to program

2) Filipino Delegate at climate change Conferance Goes on Hunger Strike, As Wealthy Nations Don't Meet Global Climate Fund Pledges.

-Patrick Bond: Global Climate Fund was set to provide $100 billion every year by 2020 for adaptation and mitigation efforts, but it goes grossly unfunded with nations like the Philippines feeling its consequences.

3) Filipino Gov. Misused Public Funds As People Suffer from Post-Typhoon Devastation

-Jose Maria Sison: Evidence shows Filpino government set up ghost non-profits that failed to service its most vulnerable citizens

4)  IAEA & Iran Enter New Inspections Deal, But What Does the IAEA Already Know?

-Former IAEA inspector Robert Kelley examines what the IAEA already knows about Iran's nuclear program and debunks myths and misconceptions.  -  

5) Is Iran Being Transparent About Its Nuclear Program?

-Robert Kelley: Iran could be more transparent but it has already been quite upfront. IAEA should be more transparent about the sources of its information especially when they present it as fact.  -

6) Taking calls from listeners 

 

 

 

 

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