Canadian economist and professor of economics at the University of Ottawa.
He is also Director of the Centre for Research of Globalization. Prof. Chossudovsky acted as economic adviser to governments of developing countries and has worked as a consultant for international organizations including the UN Development Programme, the African Development Bank, the UN African institute for Economic Development and Planning, the UN Population Fund, the International Labour Organization, the World Health Organisation, the UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean.
American economist and author, best known for his book “Confessions of an Economic Hit Man” (2004), an insider’s account of the exploitation or neo-colonization of Third World countries by hat Perkins describes as a cabal of corporations, banks, and the United States government.
His 2007 book, “The Secret History of the American Empire”, provides more evidence of the nenegative impact of global corporations on the economies and ecologies of poor countries, as well as offering suggestions for making corporations behave more like good citizens.
Retired Canadian Major-General, author and media commentator.
He established and commanded Sector SaSarajevo as part of the United Nations Protection Force UNPROFOR in Yugoslavia in 1992. Using the media as a means of trying to help restore peace, MacKenzie became well-known worldwide.
He is a recipient of the Vimy Award, which recognizes a Canadian who has made a significant and outstanding contribution to the defence and security of their nation and the preservation of
democdemocratic values. In 2006, he was made a Member of the Order of Canada