This week on War News Radio, “Changing Perspectives.” First, we learn how the mainstream American media has sensationalized mass shootings and normalized urban gun violence. Next, we hear a satirical report of the news from our "Fillabusted" segment. Finally, we hear from Ukrainian citizens and expats about the upcoming elections, internal tensions, and uneasy relationship with the Russian Federation. Stay with us.
Sex trafficking is a
widespread problem for women and girls in Iraq. For sex trafficking victims, currently
their voice is silenced under the law, society typically views them as
prostitutes, and limited social resources exist once they are free. War News
Radio’s Sabrina Merold spoke to Sherizaan Minwala, an expert on the sex trafficking
of women and girls in Iraq about how honor codes predispose women to become
victims of sex-trafficking, why combatting sex-trafficking is not a priority in
Iraq, and what could be done to change sex trafficking in the Iraqi legal
system and in society.
WARNING: this piece contains
discussions of rape.
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
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.
This week on War News Radio, “Chaos and Crisis." First, we summarize the current civil war in Syria. Next, we present our editorial segment, “Filibusted.” Then, we hear from youth protesters in Brazil, Turkey, and Egypt. After, we examine the return of U.S. drone strikes in Yemen.
In this month’s show, we examine three issues that build on the relationship between environmental stresses and conflict. First, we examine the impact of a five-year drought on the Syrian Revolution. Then, we investigate the effects of changes in global climate on farming, particularly in regions prone to conflict. Finally, we ask whether water scarcity in Yemen is a threat to national security. But first, a brief commentary on the current state of environmental issues.