Archive for This Week on War News Radio
This Week on War News Radio: Moving Up. We learn about the promise of new right for Saudi women. Then, we look at the depictions of the war in Afghanistan. Finally, we year about the life of a Puerto Rican self-proclaimed political prisoner.
(download mp3)This week on War News Radio: After Activism. We hear an update on the Arab Spring in Egypt. Then, we hear about the role of women activists in the Libyan revolution and reconstruction. Finally, we learn about the recent outbreak of dengue fever in Pakistan.
This Week on War News Radio: Best of Fall 2011. First, we explore the memories of 9/11. Then, we learn about Afghanistan’s opium economy. Finally, we learn about a computer scientists analyzing global media to predict revolutions.
This Week on War News Radio: Insider Perspectives. We speak with David Sanger, Chief Washington Correspondent with the New York Times. Then we hear about activism through music for the Arab world. Finally, we learn about the practice of dressing girls as boys in Afghanistan. But first, a round up of this week’s news.
This week on War News Radio: Without Shelter. We examine the causes of homelessness among veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Then, we hear about Libyan Youth Movements.
This week on War News Radio: Standing Together. First, we examine reactions from the media and international communities to the death former Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi. Then, we speak to a gay active duty U.S. service member about the recent repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. Finally, we speak to several experts about unrest in Cyprus.