Andrew Feinstein, director of Shadow World Investigations, is interviewed by Erem Kansoy.

Topics discussed include the Turkey’s use of chemical weapons in South Kurdistan, the shortcomings of the UN to take up the issue due to the agenda-setting power of the security council, the importance of international monitoring bodies that have taken up the issue of confirming the use of chemical weapons, such as the IPPNW, the necessity of building coalitions of peoples to demand their governments take action against Turkey, Turkey’s violations of international agreements of which they are party to, the interests of world powers, including economic relations and arms trading, that prevent them from acting against Turkey, the weakness and lack of integrity of international diplomacy today, the dangers of the precedent set by allowing the use of chemical weapons, and a discussion of the kinds of chemicals that are possibly being used by Turkey in South Kurdistan.

Andrew Feinstein is the director of Shadow World Investigations, and the executive director of Corruption Watch UK. He is also an author, and was formerly a member of the National Assembly of South Africa for the African National Congress (ANC).

The interview was prepared with the support of the Freedom for Ocalan Campaign and the Peace in Kurdistan campaign in collaboration with Medya Haber TV and Sterk TV.

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