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Noam Chomsky warns against intervention in Libya

The linguist and philosopher Professor Noam Chomsky talks to Jeremy Paxman about the likely consequences of the uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa and the prospects for any western intervention.

He also gives his interpretation of the Obama administration's foreign policy.

Broadcast on Tuesday 8 March 2011.

See also our archive feature Chomsky: If George Bush were to be judged by the standards of the Nuremberg Tribunals, he'd be hanged.

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