Stories by Dennis Bernstein

Dennis Bernstein is an associate editor of Pacific News Service and co-host of "Flashpoints," a daily investigative radio report that airs in the San Francisco area. Leslie Kean is co-author of "Burma's Revolution of the Spirit" (Aperture, 1994). subscribe to Dennis Bernstein's feed

Posted on: Jan 16, 2012, Source: Consortium News

The legendary talk show host, who lost his show because he opposed the Iraq war, discusses the wars, the presidential candidates, and more in an in-depth interview.

Posted on: Sep 18, 2001, Source: Pacific News Service

Terrorism is not always a matter of sinister outsiders attacking the country's citizens. The term can also be used to describe the wave of deadly attacks against Americans who look "Arab" or "Muslim" -- or in any way different.

Posted on: Dec 31, 1999, Source: Pacific News Service

The streets of Berkeley are back in the news, but this is no flashback -- the players and the issues are very much of the late 1990s. Although the immediate focus is one radio station, writes Dennis Bernstein, the outcome of this battle will affect us all. Bernstein, a journalist at KPFA, was ordered arrested by Pacifica management on July 13 when he broke the story of the potential sale of the station.