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Op-Ed from The New York Times is a multimedia resource that presents the latest news, topics, and trends as seen through the eyes of experts and bloggers alike. With topics that range from perspectives of reflection to views into the potential future of our world, the focus of Op-Ed is varied and all encompassing. Each day delivers new editorials and videos from syndicated bloggers, columnists, and industry experts with their remarks on some of the latest headlines and stories. In the video "Thomas L. Friedman on Hama, Syria, 1982," The New York Times' Op-Ed columnist Thomas L. Friedman reflects on the Hama massacre of 1982 and discusses what lessons it may teach us in regards to the struggles in Syria today. In a video installment of BloggingHeads, the episode "Better Off Dead?" features a debate between Glenn Greenwald of Salon.com and David Frum of FrumForum on the topic of notoriety and the killing of a heinous fugitive. The world is full of opinions and Op-Ed from The New York Times provides some of the most hard-hitting and insightful views from the world's most respected minds today.


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AIRED ON 8/6/2012

Season 2012 : Episode 08.06.12

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