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  1. Phyllis Bennis

    Profile
    Fellow

    Phyllis Bennis is a fellow of both TNI and the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington DC where she directs IPS's New Internationalism Project. Phyllis specialises in U.S. foreign policy issues, particularly involving the Middle East and United Nations. She worked as a journalist at the UN for ten years and currently serves as a special adviser to several top-level UN officials on Middle...

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    Fellows meeting 2010

    02 June 2010 - Event
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    Fellows meetings in 2011

    03 June 2011 - Event
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    Fellows meeting 2008

    19 June 2008 - Event
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    Articles by TNI Fellows

    18 July 2005
    Article
  6. Video: In Depth with Phyllis Bennis

    Phyllis Bennis
    20 January 2011
    Multi-media

    Phyllis Bennis talks in depth about her life, career, and work.

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    Fellows' Meeting 16-18 May 2003

    14 November 2005
    Article
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    Fellows' Meeting 16-18 May 2003

    13 December 2005
    Article
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    Activist speaks against wars

    Alexis Scheel
    19 November 2009
    In the media

    The war on Aghanistan was unnecessary because the Afghan government had nothing to do with the 9-11 attacks.

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    Activist speaks against wars

    Alexis Scheel
    19 November 2009
    In the media

    The war on Afghanistan was unnecessary because the Afghan government had nothing to do with the 9-11 attacks.

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    The Goldstone Report - Boycotting Israel

    Phyllis Bennis, Diana Buttu, Neve Gordon
    16 September 2009
    Article

    As a prominent UN inquiry condemns Israel for committing war crimes during its attacks on Gaza, three prominent activists discuss the growing global Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign.

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    What options are there to respond to ISIS?

    Phyllis Bennis
    30 September 2015
    Multi-media

    The brutality of ISIS has led many to argue that only military action can stop them. Phyllis Bennis, fellow of Transnational Institute and a long-term observer and analyst of US foreign policy in the Middle East, argues that US occupation and military action was the principal cause of ISIS rise and therefore cannot be the solution. She outlines alternative options for constraining the advance of ISIS and bringing peace back to the troubled countries of Iraq and Syria. See also Phyllis' primer, Understanding ISIS and the new global war on terror

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    Articles on War on Iraq before 2007

    01 December 2001
    Article
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    Bush Attempts to Link Iran with Growing Iraq War Chaos

    Phyllis Bennis
    12 February 2007
    Article

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