Today on Flashpoints: The US expands its military presence in post-coup Honduras: We’ll speak to Dr Michio Kaku about the core melt down at Fukushima and the ongoing nightmare there: Noted Mexican Novelist and poet Javier Sicilia, speaks out about the needless death of his son, as a result of the Mexican government’s corrupt and deadly drug war: And Bahrain’s violent monarchy lifts Marshall law, but what does it really mean for pro-democracy activists who have been beaten brutally for weeks for their activities in the streets.
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Guests: John Lindsay-Poland, research and advocacy director of the Fellowship of Reconciliation/author of Emperors in the Jungle: The Hidden History of the U.S. in Panama (Duke). Dr. Michio Kaku/ Physics of the Future/Fukushima.TOBY C. JONES assistant professor of history Rutgers University/author of the book “Desert Kingdom: How Oil and Water Forged Modern Saudi Arabia, and poet Javier Sicilia.