The American Socialist Awakening
Speaking to young activists in New York City, Caleb Maupin goes into the Speaking to young activists in New York City, Caleb Maupin goes into the history of socialism in the United States as well as the Chinese Revolution. He critiques the organized political left and puts forward a populist vision for the reorganization of the country.
Oil & The Global Capitalist Crisis
Speaking to thousands of labor activists gathered in Brasilia, Maupin goes into depth about how the oil-banking monopolies of the USA intentionally manipulate the energy markets and work to keep countries from pulling themselves out of poverty. Along the way, he tells many anecdotes about the history of the United States, Russia, China, and many of the key personalities who have transformed world history. The speech was witnessed by top leaders of Brazil's Workers Party and Democratic Movement Party.
Yemen & The Global Revolution Against Terrorism
After returning from a humanitarian mission with the Red Crescent Society, Caleb Maupin breaks down the roots of the crisis in Yemen and how it fits into the global struggle for economic power. He describes the achievements of the Islamic Revolution of Iran, and how the unfolding economic problems of the United States are deeply tied into the humanitarian crisis in Yemen and other parts of the Middle East.
Pressure on RT - Caleb Maupin in Sochi
Speaking to journalism students at the World Festival of Youth and Students in Sochi, Russia, Caleb Maupin tells how he became an international TV broadcast journalist, and how alternative media in the United States is facing constant pressure and targeting from the establishment.
Venezuela's Revolution & The Global Economy
Speaking at St. John's University to an audience from one of the top Latin American student organizations in the United States, Maupin explains the roots of the crisis in Venezuela. He draws from his own experiences in Venezuela, as well as scholarly research into neoliberalism and the Bolivarian socialist movement. He explains the political tactics the Bolivarian socialists used in order to bring Chavez to power, and spread their unique interpretation of Marxism across the continent.