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Democratic Freedoms - A Luxury?

Ian Buruma, Former Editor, The New York Review of Books

30-Jul-20 08:05

Democratic Freedoms - A Luxury?

The New York Review of Books is one of the foremost intellectual publications in the US. This morning on the Breakfast Grille, we speak to its former editor, Ian Buruma, about his time editing the publication, as well as his long-term observations of the politics in East Asia.

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Produced by: Arleen Webber

Presented by: Lyn Mak


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