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Prof. Isaac Saney

Wrong Prof. Isaac Saney?

History Teacher

Email: i***@***.ca
Dalhousie University
1355 Oxford St.
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4J1

Company Description: The Dalhousie University, Department of Bioethics homepage, this site provides an introduction to bioethics, covering its history and current hot topics. It briefly...   more

Employment History

  • Professor
    Dalhousie University
  • Faculty Member
    Dalhousie University
  • Co-Chair
    Canadian Network
  • National Spokesperson
    Canadian Network
  • History Teacher
    Saint Mary's University
  • Adjunct Professor, International Development Studies
    Saint Mary's University
  • Co-Chair and National Spokesperson
    CNC Fast
  • Co-Chair and National Spokesperson
    Canadian Network On Cuba
  • National Spokesperson
    Canadian Network On Cuba
  • Activist
  • Academic and Writer
  • Shunpiking Magazine
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Maxwell and Isaac Saney, ..., 19 Sept 2013 [cached]
Maxwell and Isaac Saney, another protestor, doubt the US is acting out of compassion and in response to the chemical weapons attack.
"It has all to do with the U.S. drive for global hegemony," says Saney, who teaches history at Dalhousie and Saint Mary's universities. Additionally, he says, "It's about great power competition with China and Russia."
Zatzman and Saney discussed the illegality of an unauthorized intervention and how it discounts Syria's sovereignty.
"The fundamental tenant of international law is the fact that people have a right to self determination and the principle of non-interference," Saney says., 12 Dec 2012 [cached]
Search Results for: "Isaac Saney"
Audio Archive: May 16th, 2005: - Listen | Download
Featured Guest(s): Joel Reodica, Isaac Saney
Phil interviews Isaac Saney about recent developments in the case of Luis Posada Carilles.
Saney, the author of "Cuba, A Revolution in Motion" draws the parallels with numerous other terrorists who have been pardoned by US Presidents including both Bushes.
Professor Isaac Saney
Professor Saney, of Dalhousie University, is the author of "Cuba: A Revolution in Motion". Professor Saney talks to Phil about the good response to his recent speaking tour of the US about Cuba.
Professor Saney also talks about his soon-to-be-released video documentary about Cuba's important role in southern African liberation struggles.
August 30th, 2004: - Listen | Download
Featured Guest(s): Isaac Saney, Wayne Madsen
Isaac Saney, speaking from Trinidad, talks with Phil about the "unknown story" of Cuba's selfless and courageous role in helping to defeat South African apartheid.
Saney, the author of "Cuba: A Revolution In Motion", derides the US characterization of Cuba as a 'terrorist state' when Cuba has been the victim of numerous terrorist attacks backed by the US government.
Isaac Saney
Phil interviews Isaac Saney about Cuba and its current relationship with the United States and the rest of the world. He asserts that as far as the United States administration is concerned "The cuban revolution is an unforgiveable example of independence and social justice in the region". Isaac Saney is on the faculty of Dalhousie University and an adjunct professor, International Development Studies at Saint Mary's University in Halifax. He is the author of "Cuba: a Revolution in Motion" which is available from various sources including
People's Voice - September 1-31, 2012, 1 Sept 2012 [cached]
* Isaac Saney, professor, Dalhousie University, Halifax
"Schools not prisons," Isaac ..., 22 June 2009 [cached]
"Schools not prisons," Isaac Saney, a faculty member at Dalhousie University, bellowed into the megaphone.
"Youth are not the problem," Saney said after the protest. "It is the way society is structured socially, economically and politically."
He said racism from police and the media is typical, not unusual.
"The black community has come to unfortunately expect it," he said.
Isaac Saney, co-chair for ..., 6 Oct 2012 [cached]
Isaac Saney, co-chair for the Canadian Network on Cuba, introduced the first session of the tribunal. It is in the context of a long history of violent attacks on Cuba that "Havana, in a measure of self-defense, sent the Cuban Five to the U.S.," Saney said. "These five patriots represent the best of what the Cuban Revolution has produced."
Saney also drew attention to the fact that 2012 marks the 25th anniversary of the defeat of the invading white supremacist South African army at Cuito Cuanavale in Angola.
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