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Banana Wars [electronic resource]: Global Fury Over a Humble Fruit

The history of the banana trade is as politically loaded as that of coffee or oil-and yet it has received scant media attention over the decades. This documentary addresses that information void, exploring links between corporate power, Western governments, and developing nations that are heavily dependent on banana production as a result of colonial and post-colonial influences. Viewers gain an understanding of disputes between U.S.-supported Latin American countries wanting liberalization of European markets and the E.U.-allied ACP (Africa, Caribbean, and Pacific) states, which have traditionally enjoyed tariff preferences. An ideal case study for coursework focusing on the economics of globalization.
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2010; 2008
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Over and Out: Dismantling U.S. Military Operations in Iraq—Dan Rather Reports

First evidence that the 6 year-old war in Iraq is coming to an end for U.S. forces. Dan Rather Reports was on hand for the dismantling of one of the bases that was once a hot spot in the middle of the war. Now everything is being shipped to the U.S. or Afghanistan. Also, the remarkable women of Rwanda taking power.
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2016; 2010