This week on War News Radio, “Control and Conflict.” First, we learn more about the origins of the conflicts in Ukraine and Venezuela. Next, we interview two anti-war activists about their role in the 1971 FBI break-in in Media, Pennsylvania. Then, we hear from a Swarthmore student about her experiences studying abroad in the Middle East. Finally, we talk to an expert about the problem of sex trafficking in Iraq. Stay with us.
This week on War News Radio, missiles fired by North Korea, rebels killed by Syrian armed forces, anti-government protests in Ukraine, an attack on a medical facility in South Sudan, anti-government protests in Venezuela, and more.
This week on War News Radio, anti-government protests in Ukraine, suicide bombings in Beirut, the leader of Venezuela’s anti-government Popular Will party turned himself in to government authorities, a riot at an Australian immigration detention center in Papua New Guinea, and more.
This week on War News Radio, anti-government protests in Venezuela, protests in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the first direct talks between Taiwan and China since the states split after the 1949 civil war, a military transport plane crash in Algeria, Russia’s rejection of a United States backed draft resolution for humanitarian aid to Syria, and more.
This week on War News Radio, "Tremors." First, we learn more about the growing conflict in South Sudan. Next, we present our editorial segment, “Filibusted." Then, we take a look at the media’s speculation about the possibility of a terrorist attack at the Olympic Games. Finally, we hear from two prominent figures about the roots of genocide in the modern era. Stay with us.
This week on War News Radio, government military offensive against rebel groups in the Philippines, updates on anti-government protests in Ukraine, journalists charged with conspiracy in Egypt, a zone of peace in Latin America and the Caribbean, tensions over Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, and more.
This week on War News Radio, anti-government protests in Ukraine and Bangkok, a ceasefire in South Sudan, the militant targeting of health care workers in Pakistan, the inauguration of the new Central African Republic president, and more.
We asked students at historically peacenik Swarthmore College what they think of drone strikes. It turns out there's more to the story than just political party. Full transcript below.
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War moves people. We don't mean emotionally - although it does that, too - we mean physically. War moves people, but how and in which directions is never easy to predict. The journey of American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan is rarely a clean arc of a single deployment, service, and reintegration, but rather many cycles of entering and leaving the theater of war. The timeline is even less clear for the civilians war displaces, who leave home in search of another, or return home to find that their idea of home no longer exists, or come and go and come and go in search of a safe place. This month on War News Radio: "Take-offs and Landings": stories of comings, goings, and the criss-crossing paths of war and peace. Stay with us.