AUDIO and VIDEO WITH CHRISTOPHER DICKEY:
France24: Talking Points -- French Presidency: Strauss-Kahn's tough call
As France convulsed in strikes and protests against pension reform last month, president Sarkozy's approval rating slipped below 30%. That prompted renewed media speculation that his great rival Dominique Strauss-Kahn might challenge him in the 2012 Presidential Election.
France24: Looking ahead a year in French politics: Who will run for president?
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Podcast: Your Ears Only, Terror Plots in Europe 2 October 2010
France24 Video, France: A real terrorist threat? 20 September 2010
A discussion with former anti-terror judge Jean-Louis Bruguière
France24 Video Top Story: Ground zero mosque debate heats up 17 August 2010
In New York, a row is growing over a proposed mosque near Ground Zero, where 3000 people died in the September 11 attack on the World Trade Center. President Barack Obama has waded into the controversy.
Video, France24: French hostage: Al Qaeda group claims killing 26 July 2010
An Al-Qaeda affiliate group in the Sahara says it killed the French hostage to avenge a deadly but failed rescue raid. To discuss this issue, Annette Young interviews Christopher Dickey, Paris Bureau Chief and Middle East Regional Editor for Newsweek.
Video, France24: THE WORLD THIS WEEK Friday, July, 23th (part 2)
Mr. Cameron goes to Washington and all they talk about is BP, the more-or-less stressful stress tests of Europe’s banks, and Colombia’s outgoing president not exactly best friends forever with his Venezuelan counterpart… it’s all in The World This Week. Joining François Picard are Liz Alderman of the International Herald Tribune, Newsweek Paris bureau chief Christopher Dickey, Sunday Telegraph columnist Anne-Elizabeth Moutet and freelance reporter Célestine Bohlen.
France24 Video: Almost unrecognisable: Iraq as you've never seen it before 8 July 2010
It's hard to believe it's part of the same country; Iraqi Kurdistan bears little resemblance to the Iraq that was not long ago a bloody battlefield. Instead, this area looks more like a town in the United States, and with its American Village development, it's meant to. Christopher Dickey comments on the France24 correspondent's report.
Audio: WNYC The Brian Lehrer Show: Running the Blockade 3 June 2010
Diplomatic tensions continue to rise over Israel's raid on the flotilla of ships seeking to bypass the blockade of Gaza. New York Times Istanbul bureau chief Sabrina Tavernise and Christopher Dickey, Middle East regional editor for Newsweek and author of Securing the City: Inside America's Best Counterterror Force - The NYPD, report on the aftermath.
Audio: NPR/WBUR OnPoing: Gaza, Israel, and Flotilla Fallout 2 June 2010
Gaza's and Israel's bloody encounter with a relief flotilla in the Mediterranean. Host Tom Ashbrook talks with Christopher Dickey and others, looking at the clash and the fallout.
Video: France24 Debate: Gaza Flotilla - Part 1: What happened? 1 June 2010
Thirty-six hours after the deadly raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla of ships the outrage continues with both the Israeli government and the aid groups each telling their tale. With Christopher Dickey and others. What really happened? Where did it go wrong?
Video: France24 Debate: Gaza Flotilla: Part 2: What next? 1 June 2010
As attention turns to the blockade of the Gaza Strip, one of the first consequences of the raid was Egypt quietly reopening its sealed border with Gaza. What next for Israel's standing in the world? For Gaza? And for the future of Middle East peace talks? With Christopher Dickey and others.
France24 English: Obama's Presidency transformed?
Have we just witnessed a watershed in Barack Obama's presidency? Has his successful navigation of healthcare reform through Congress paved the way for a more assertive presidency both at home and abroad?
France24 Video: Iraq elections: a milestone or a muddle? 8 March 2010
Over the weekend, millions of Iraqis turned out to vote for a new government. This all despite a wave of bombings that left some 38 people dead. These polls are viewed as a crucial test for Iraq's national reconciliation process ahead of a planned withdrawal by American military forces. Now attention is turning to who will be the winners and the losers.
Audio: WNYC - The Brian Lehrer Show: Zazi Turf War? 29 September 2009
In the arrest of Najibullah Zazi in a terror plot, the NYPD may have stepped on a federal investigation. James Gordon Meek, Daily News senior correspondent, updates the latest. And Chris Dickey, Newsweeks Paris bureau chief and the author of Securing the City: Inside America's Best Counterterror Force--The NYPD, provides some context to NYPD/FBI relations, and Bloombergs approach to counterterrorism in general.
Audio: WNYC: New York-Denver Terror Investigation Widens 23 September 2009
Video: France24 Top Story: Obama's Middle East Agenda 29 May 2009
Barack Obama's drive to negotiate a lasting peace between Israel and the Palestinians stepped up another gear in Washington when he met Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
Video: AlJazeera English, Empire: Sarkozy's French Paradox 27 May 2009
A two-part panel discussion with Marwan Bishara, Eric Chevalier, Edwy Plenel and Anne Marie Gloannec.
Fox News Video, Hannity: "Lives on the Line," 22 May 2009
A straight report on NYPD counterterror operations that draws heavily on "Securing the City" and a long interview with Dickey at the site of the failed 1997 suicide bomb plot in Brooklyn. The report was finished before the recent arrest of "Bronx bombers," but there are some relevant sidelights on that case, especially about the Intelligence Division's efforts to penetrate "groups of guys."
Video: The Paula Gordon Show, "Confronting Terror," on YouTube and Podcast, taped in February.
Video: KHOU Houston report on terrorism in Texas including an interview with Christopher Dickey.
In Spanish, a major piece in the Sunday supplement of the Barcelona daily "ABC"
Christopher Dickey: Peliculas Como Godzilla Inspiran a Al Qaida.
Audio on NPR "Fresh Air": Intelligence The NYPD Way
Dave Davies, sitting in for Terri Gross, interviews Christopher Dickey about "Securing the City."
France 24 video: Gaza: a war without reporters? Part 1 | Part 2 13 January 2009
Why ban the press and to what end? Hundreds of journalists are demanding a proper answer to this question as they report on the war from Israel, unable to cross the border into Gaza.
NPR On Point audio: Hillary Clinton Center Stage 13 January 2009
Gaza. Iraq. Iran. Afghanistan. New powers. Old foes. And then there's Bill Clinton and his web of ties. We're talking about Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State, and listening in on her confirmation hearing.
France 24 Video: Sarkozy Leads Gaza Peace Bid 5 January 2009
Nicolas Sarkozy is in the Middle East trying to persuade Israeli and Arab leaders to accept a truce.
Audio: The Brian Lehrer Show 30 December 2008
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak declared "an all-out war against Hamas." Chris Dickey, Middle East regional editor for Newsweek, analyzes the escalating violence in Gaza.
Video: "What Role For Egypt in Gaza" France24 30 December 2008
Egypt has come under a barrage of criticism from the Arab world for its collusion with Israel over the Gaza siege. What is its real role in this ongoing conflict?
INTERVIEWS WITH CHRISTOPHER DICKEY:
Audio: BBC News Hour-Al Qaeda at Twenty, 5 July 2008, 1300 hours GMT The panel discussion with Julian Marshall, Paul Cruickshank and Abdelwahab el-Effendi begins about 33 minutes into the program. We look at the question of centralized command versus leaderless jihad, the role of ideology, and other issues. http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/check/worldservice/meta/tx/newshour1300_sat?size=au&bgc=003399&lang=en&nbram=1&nbwm=1&ls=t877&ls=6619 If that link does not work, you can try the "Listen Again" page for Saturday at 1300, http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/programmes/000000_newshour_listen_again.shtml NPR Audio: "Here and Now" about "The Orphan Debacle in Chad" 31 October 2007
Washington Post Radio: Christopher Dickey on Diana's Accidental Death 14 Dec 2006
Newsweek On Air: Hillary v. Obama, The World and the War, Fighting Addiction, The Environment and Political Cartoonists
A brief segment with Chris toward the end of the "World and the War" segment.
Video: Final Journey 14 Dec 2006
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey revisits the route--and the decisions--that led Princess Diana to the Paris tunnel where she died
Newsweek On Air: Iraq: Waiting for Baker and Gates 3 Dec 2006
NEWSWEEK's Jeffrey Bartholet and Christopher Dickey join Larry Diamond, author of 'Squandered Victory: The American Occupation and the Bungled Effort to Bring Democracy to Iraq
CBS Evening News Interview: 'Royal' Leader In France? 19 Nov 2006
After a couple of long advertisements, there's an excellent Sheila Macvicar piece about the comely presidential contender, Segolene Royal, which includes clips from an interview with a very tired looking me.
Newsweek On Air: Dickey: Mideast Crisis 7 August 2006
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey on the Mideast crisis
Newsweek On Air: Is Osama bin Laden Dead? 23 Sept 2006
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey on an unconfirmed report that the Al Qaeda leader may be sick, dying or deceased.
Newsweek On Air:Attack in Damascus 12 Sept 2006
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey on who may have been behind the raid on the U.S. Embassy in the Syrian capital and how it could affect the region.
Newsweek On Air:Mideast II: Diplomacy, Defiance, Destruction 23 July 2006
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey and Lally Weymouth; and Arafat Jamal, Beirut team leader, UNHCR
Newsweek On Air: Mideast Diplomacy 18 July 2006
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey assesses the efforts to stop the conflict between Israel and Hizbullah--and whether Iran will play a role
Newsweek On Air: Dickey: Mideast Crisis 17 July 2006
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey discusses new developments in the Mideast conflict.
Newsweek On Air: Hizbullah: Inside Lebanon & the U.S. 21 August 2006
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey, Michael Isikoff.
Newsweek On Air:Lebanon: Israel's Iraq 30 July 2006
Newsweek's Christopher Dickey; Donald Abenheim, Hoover Institution
Newsweek On Air: End of Hizbullah?16 July 2006
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey discusses Arab reaction to the Lebanese group's 'miscalculation' in attacking Israel.
Newsweek On Air: After Zarqawi II 12 June 2006
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey; Frank Gaffney, President, Center for Security Policy, author of "War Footing"
Newsweek News Minute Audio: Nour Appeal Denied 18 May 2006
NEWSWEEK'S Christopher Dickey reports on how Egypt's decision to keep opposition leader Ayman Nour in jail will affect the country's volatile political situation.
Newsweek News Minute Audio: Revisiting 911 16 May 2006
Newly released images show American Airlines Flight 77 crashing into the Pentagon. Will it end the conspiracy theories?
Newsweek News Minute Video: Egypt's Troubled Times 15 May 2006
NEWSWEEK'S Christopher Dickey on rising political tensions in Cairo.
Newsweek Video: 'Shaky Situation,'
One of Newsweek's new "News Minutes," looks at the resignation of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.
Audio: Fresh Air from WHYY 23 Feb 2006
Christopher Dickey on Hamas, Protests, and Iran. A new Hamas-led government; protests against cartoons of Muhammad; a re-started nuclear program in Iran: It's a busy time for journalists...
Video: Voices From Davos 28 Jan 2006
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey talks to delegates at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in the Swiss ski resort.
Podcast: WNYC - The Brian Lehrer Show: TorturState of the Nation 19 January 2006
Q & A with listeners on New York's NPR station. The other guest is Mike Scheuer, author of "American Hubris."
Podcast: State of the Nation - Newsweek On Air - MSNBC.com 19 January 2006
A conversation about this week's Shadowland column looking the apparent Predator attack in Pakistan and Bin Laden.
Audio: Jordan Attacked,
Christopher Dickey discusses the likely masterminds and how the blasts could affect the kingdom.
Newsweek On Air: , 6 November 2005
Podcast: The Real Lessons of Judy Miller's Case 20 October 2005
Video: A Potentially Explosive Story, 24 June 2005
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey reports on his visit to the site of Abu Omar's abduction.
Video: 'An Inspiring Moment', 8 April 2005
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey reports from the funeral of John Paul II
Video: Line for the Ages, 7 April 2005
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey reports on the long wait to see the body of John Paul II
Video: 'About to Die,' 2 April 2005
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey reports from the Vatican on the last day in the life of Pope John Paul II
Video: 'Few Signs of Hope', 1 April 2005
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey reports on the pope's deteriorating condition Video: 'A Tranquil Night' 25 February 2005
NEWSWEEK's Christopher Dickey reports from the Vatican on the pope's surgery
Audio: "The Sleeper" 15 September 2004
An hour with Terri Gross on NPR's "Fresh Air" talking about the new novel, terrorism and the current situation in Iraq.
Audio: Invasion, Occupation, Liberation, 28 March 2003
NPR's "Fresh Air" with Terry Gross
Audio: NPR "Talk of the Nation", 11 December 2002
Call-in about Atta's 'Hood
Audio: Saddam, the US, and the Inspectors, 18 September 2002
NPR's "Fresh Air" with Terry Gross
Audio: Life and Death in the Middle East, 2 April 2002
NPR's "Fresh Air" interview with Terry Gross
Audio: The humiliation of Gen. Wesley Clark, August 1999
NPR's "Fresh Air" with Terry Gross (The last segment on the show)
Audio: "Summer of Deliverance", September 1998
NPR's "Fresh Air"
Audio: "Summer of Deliverance", September 1998
NPR's "All Things Considered"
Audio: "Innocent Blood", August 1997
NPR's "Talk of the Nation"