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PJ Crowley and the Pentagon
The former US state department spokesman gives us an insider's take on politics in Washington.
Last Modified: 06 Apr 2011 11:53

On Wednesday's Riz Khan we speak with PJ Crowley, the former US state department spokesperson, about his inflammatory remarks that led to his forced resignation last month.

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Crowley came under fire after he described US treatment of alleged WikiLeaks source Bradley Manning as "ridiculous, counter productive and stupid."

The controversy comes at a tricky time for Barack Obama, the US president, who has just launched his 2012 re-election campaign amidst increasing criticism for what many view as a selective response to Middle East uprisings that are becoming more violent.

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