Marie Christine Polymenacou issues her geopolitical report for Apr. 27, 2012

Dr. Robin Falkov confers with our Greek correspondent, Marie Christine Polymenacou, about the CISPA bill and the state of denial concerning Fukushima radiation.

Marie Christine graduated from Deree College with a B.A. in Marketing, Advertising and Consumer Behaviour. She has served as fashion editor for a number of well-known magazines, including Harper’s, Esquire, Status, and Mondo Uomo. Her language proficiencies include Greek, English, Spanish, French, and Japanese.

Click here for Marie Christine’s Facebook page.

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3 Responses to Marie Christine Polymenacou issues her geopolitical report for Apr. 27, 2012

  1. Chernobyl tragedy: the last “gift” from the Soviet regime
    Dmitry Konchalovsky
    Voice of Russia
    26 Apr. 2012

    Exactly 26 years ago there was an explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Whole regions in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus have become unfit for life, and the number of victims has reached one million people today.

  2. Suicides have Greeks on edge before election
    By Erik Kirschbaum
    ATHENS | Sat Apr 28, 2012 9:27am EDT

  3. “Revelations on nuclear plants sound warning”
    Harvard study reveals large-scale radiation releases just outside major US city that lasted for decades — “Surely this could not have happened, but apparently it did”
    Published: April 28th, 2012 at 1:58 pm ET
    By ENENews

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