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 Taylor Report 
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Following his discussion of Ramsey Clark, Phil switches topics to international affairs, starting with Rwanda. He refers to the testimony of Michel Houtart, who was director of the company 'Sabena,' which had responsibility for the 'Hôtel des Mille Collines' in Kigali. Houtart described the heroic role of Paul Rusesabagina in managing his hotel during a three-month siege during the 1994 crisis in Kigali. Rusesabagina saved the lives of some 1200 refugees from the fighting.

Phil also discusses the 'gunboat attitude' of the United States in how it relates to other countries, in this case India. The U.S. is seemingly unable to even view other countries as potential allies, as it impedes their sovereignty. In an episode that has largely gone unremarked, the U.S. committed aggression against India by sailing warships through its waters without permission. This is a country that the U.S. claims could be an 'ally' against China, yet the U.S. cannot prevent itself from trampling through India's territory with military force.
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00:21:31 English 2021-04-12
 Toronto, Ontario
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