In the wake of the Taliban’s fall, music has returned to the Afghan air waves. This week on War News Radio, we learn about what the revival of music radio means for listeners in Afghanistan. Listen now to Emily Hager’s report.
Then, we look in on the courtroom drama surrounding Saddam Hussein’s trials in Iraq. What does the postponed verdict mean for Iraq’s legal system? Listen now to Eva Barboni’s report.
Henry Kissinger was a key shaper of U.S. foreign policy 30 years ago. According to Bob Woodward’s new book, he might still play a role. Listen now to this report from Jeff Nagle and Jess Engebretson.
Finally, we take another look at American midterm election campaigns and how to decipher the candidates’ Iraq positions. Listen now to Anne Kolker’s report.
These stories, plus the week’s news, from War News Radio.