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CSPAN
Dec 26, 2014 6:25am EST
convention, george wallace was running, and we had that heated election that fall. people also forget at the end of that year, a man stepped on the moon. so that was a very, very rich year. and then i phrased some of that and what we had been witnessed in 1989, which was the rearrangement of the world, if you will, which included china. i was also in teiananmen square and russia and poland. i interviewed gorbachev in '87 and persuaded him for a couple years he was the only american journalist he should talk to, and then he caught up to that. i said we have to put this in a context so people can understand the warp speed at which the world is changing. >> in our present day, the main adversary the use faces is islamic radicalism and fundamentalists and it's changed the way we cover the story because a lot of journalists can't get into syria, into parts of iraq because it's so dangerous. the story has changed and it's not as clear-cut as it used to be. it's not the united states versus the soviet union. you have these sort of tribal wars playing out in the middle east. what's important
CSPAN
Nov 22, 2014 10:45am EST
nominated richard nixon. george wallace was running. we had a heated election. people forget that at the end of that year a man stepped on the moon. so that was a very rich year. then i traced that, and i began to talk about what we had been witnessing in 1989, which was the rearrangement of the world, which included china. i was also in chatham and square and -- tianenman square. i interviewed gorbachev and persuaded him i was the only american journalist he should talk to. [laughter] what i did was say we have to put this into context so that people can understand the warp speed at which the world is changing. >> in our present day, the main adversaries the u.s. faces is islamic fundamentalists. it has changed how we cover the story because right now a lot of news organizations cannot get into syria or parts of iraq. so, the story has changed. it is not as clear-cut as it used to be. not the united states versus the soviet union and satellite proxy wars. you have all of these tribal wars playing out in the middle east. what is important for media consumers to digest from a, how we are
CSPAN
Dec 25, 2014 2:25pm EST
assassinated. bobby kennedy was murdered. check riots, miami convention nominated richard nixon. george wallace was also running. we had that heated election that fall. people forget the end of that year, a man stepped on the moon. so that was a very, very rich year and then i trace some of that and began to talk about what we've been witnessing in 1989 which was the rearrangement of the world if you will, which included china. i was also in tiananmen square that year and chezechoslovakia. i was in russia and interviewed gorbachev in '87 and persuaded he was the only american journalist he should talk to. so what i did was say we have to. you the this in the context so people can understand the warp speed at which the world is changing. >> in our present day, the main adversaries the u.s. faces is islamic radicalism and fundamentalist. it's changed how we cover the story because right now a lot of news organizations can't get into syria and parts of iraq because it's so dangerous. the story has changed. it's not as clear-cut as it used to be. it's the soviet union and satellite proxy ca
CSPAN
Dec 25, 2014 10:25pm EST
, nominated richard nixon, george wallace was running and we had the heated election that fall. people also forget that at the end of that year, a man stepped on the moon. so that was a very, very rich year. and then i began to talk about what we've been witnessing in 1989, which was the rearrangement of the world, if you will, which included china. i was in tiananmen square and in poland, i was in russia and interviewed gorbachov in '87 and persuaded him that i was the only american journalist he should talk to. so what i did is say we have to put this in context so people can understand the warp speed at which the world is changing. >> in our present day, the plain adversary is really islamic radicals an fundamentalists and it changed how we cover the story because right now news organizations can't get fo into -- get into syria and iraq and the story has changed. it is not as clear-cut as it used to be. not the united states against the soviet union and proxy wars. you have tribal wars playing out in the middle east. what is important for media consumers to digest from a., h
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