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Marwan Bishara analyses global powers and their agendas.
Last Modified: 17 Jul 2010 10:20 GMT

The monthly show that questions global powers and their agendas.

Be they state, corporate, military or economic the Empire team, headed by Marwan Bishara, Al Jazeera's senior political analyst, will analyse these giants and how they strive to dominate everything from international security and finance to communications and the news itself.

Each month we fuse the best Al Jazeera field reporting and in-depth studio debate with leading analysts and commentators to discuss the most significant geo-political issues of the day.

About Marwan Bishara

Marwan Bishara is Al Jazeera's senior political analyst.

He was previously a professor of International Relations at the American University of Paris.

An author who writes extensively on global politics, he is widely regarded as a leading authority on the Middle East and international affairs.

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