AUDIO | Radio Open Source
"The journalist Mark Danner, who covered the war and is now covering the aftermath, says the inconvenient truth here is that the public doesn’t want to reconsider it either, because we’re all implicated in the shame".
AUDIO | This is Hell! with Chuck Mertz
Mark Danner reviews the Donald Rumsfeld decade in Iraq on This is Hell! with Chuck Mertz, WNUR Chicago.
ARTICLE | Lettre International
Originally published in The New York Review of Books, "Syria: Is There a Solution?" was reprinted in the German magazine Lettre International.
ARTICLE | The New York Review of Books
Mark Danner discusses American and Iraqi involvement in the Syrian civil war on Chuck Mertz's This is Hell. WNUR Chicago, November 3, 2013. Click here to listen to the full episode.
BOOK | The New York Review of Books
The New York Review Abroad: Fifty Years of International Reportage
Mark Danner speaking about the use of narrative and metaphor in politics with University of Auckland professor Michael Hanne. The interview will appear as a chapter in Hanne's forthcoming book on this topic, published by The Psychology Press.
Mark Danner interviewed by Sharon Wood for Part 3 of JAK Documentary's project on the history of U.S. foreign policy, "Monsters to Destroy".
In this conversation presented by the Wheeler Centre, acclaimed journalist and author Mark Danner discusses his new book, Stripping Bare the Body: Politics Violence War, with Fran Kelly of ABC Radio National.
Stripping Bare the Body shows at close hand how terrorism works and how war looks and smells and feels. Drawing on rich narratives of politics and violence and war from around the world, Stripping Bare the Body is a moral history of American power during the last quarter-century, as told by one of the world's leading writers.
BOOK | Black Inc. Books
Stripping Bare the Body (Australian edition): Politics Violence War
Mark Danner talks about his book of essays, Stripping Bare the Body: Politics Violence War, which covers such topics as the war on terror, the use of torture by the Bush administration, and U.S. involvement in the Balkans and Haiti. He spoke at the World Affairs Council in San Francisco.
President Obama has been holding one meeting after another trying to decide whether to escalate the war in Afghanistan. He would do well to hold off another discussion until he has sent everyone home for the weekend to read this new book with the provocative title, STRIPPING BARE THE BODY, and a cover that holds the eye like a magnet.
Mark Danner discusses his new book, Stripping Bare the Body: Politics Violence War, with Amy Goodman, host and co-founder of Democracy Now! at Tishman Auditorium, The New School, New York, on October 15, 2009.
Stripping Bare the Body: Politics Violence War
Mark Danner debates Christopher Hitchens, Michael Ignatieff and Robert Scheer, The Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
ARTICLE | The New York Times
Review of The Way of the World by Ron Suskind
A panel discussion at the 2008 Netroots Nation conference, Austin, Texas. Remarks by Mark Danner, Greg Mitchell, Joan McCarter, and Samantha Power, moderated by Ari Melber.
Mission Unaccomplished: TomDispatch Interviews with American Iconoclasts and Dissenters
Speech at the Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas, Austin
ARTICLE | Tomdispatch.com
A Defeat Only American Power Could Have Brought About
Inaugural lecture, the James Clarke Chace Chair in Foreign Affairs, Politics, and the Humanities, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Speech at the Commonwealth Club of California
ARTICLE | El Pais
la transcripción de Crawford
ARTICLE | The New York Review of Books
The Crawford Transcript
The 18th Annual Richard Leopold Memorial Lecture, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Mark Danner interviewed by Michael Krasny, KQED "Forum," San Francisco, CA
Mark Danner interviewed by Harry Kreisler, of U.C. Berkeley's International and Area Studies Department, on Kreisler's program "Conversations with History"
ARTICLE | Los Angeles Times
A sobering reality check on the Iraq war for an administration that once said it could create reality.