This week on War News Radio, Seeking Refuge. We first hear about the complex bureaucratic hurdles faced by Iraqis seeking to resettle in the United States. Then, we hear specifically about Iraqis who worked with the U.S. government, the incredible danger they face, and their difficulty in getting to safety in America. But first, a roundup of this week’s news.
This week on War News Radio, The Drone Debate. We first hear about controversial CIA drone strikes in Pakistan. Then, we look into the global drone technology industry. Finally, we hear expert opinions about the future of warfare.
This week on War News Radio, “Unmanned War”, we begin the first installment in a two-week special report on drone attacks. First, we hear about a history of modern warfare leading to the United States’ increasing use of unmanned aerial vehicles. Then, we speak to acclaimed robotics expert Peter W. Singer about the current status of drone use by the United States. Finally, we look into the legal questions raised by these attacks. But first, a roundup of this week’s news.
This week on War News Radio, the Cost of Conflict. First, we hear from experts about the recent attack on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul - and the possible repercussions it could have for American troops in Afghanistan. Then, in an extended report, we learn about the development of HumanTrafficking in post-war Iraq.
First, we hear about the therapeutic benefits of art for returning veterans. Then, we learn about a new exhibit focusing on soldiers’ orthopedic injuries. Finally, we talk with the founder of the Graffiti of War Project, which collects service members’ art left on the walls and buildings in the battlefields of Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kuwait. But first, a roundup of this week’s news.