The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 18, 2008

The Morning Show examines the conflict between China and Tibet with Nima Taylor, Tibetan lawyer and a litigation associate at Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison LLP. Plus a pro bono practice that includes asylum advocacy. He is a board member of the Tibet Justice Center, and Sophie Richardson, the Asia advocacy director for Human Rights Watch. Followed by a conversation with Christopher Thornberg, a founding partner of Beacon Economics. He is an expert in the study of regional economies, real estate dynamics, labor markets, and business forecasting.

In the second hour a look at the Winter Soldier hearings and why the mainstream media ignored the event. Wrapping up the program a conversation with some of the participants in the 12th Annual Youth Speaks Teen Poetry Slam.

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