The Past as Prologue

This week on War News Radio, we talk with embedded journalist David Swanson about his experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan. Listen now to Willy Nolan’s report. Then, we find out about the controversy around a friendly fire incident in Iraq. It hasn’t gone away. Listen now to Alex Imas’s report.…

Four and Counting

This week on War News Radio, four years after the war began, we find out how Iraqis are feeling about the future. Listen now to Sarah Manion’s report. Then, we hear the story of two brothers, forced to choose between staying with family and fleeing the violence. Listen now to…

Children of War

This week on War News Radio, we take a look at how war has affected the youth of Iraq and Afghanistan. We hear about the new lives of two Afghan students studying in America. Listen now to Jess Engebretson’s report. Then, we find out about an Iraqi couple who use…

Absent Without Leave

This week on War News Radio, we find out about the welcome that may – or may not – be waiting in Canada for American deserters. Listen now to this report from Alex Wheeler, Madeleine Abromowitz, and Nicholas LaRacuente. Then, we hear the historian’s side of the war. Listen now…

One Step Forward

This week on War News Radio, we speak to an expert about the new plan for distributing Iraqi oil revenue. Listen now to Anne Kolker’s report. Then, we hear reaction to the British withdrawal of troops from Iraq, and learn about the last time British forces left the region. Listen…

High Budget, Low Budget

This week on War News Radio, we find out why, despite the dangers, Americans choose to work in Iraq. Listen now to Cyrus Stoller’s report. Then, we hear the story of the first feature film to come out of Iraq in years. It didn’t have a Hollywood-size budget. Listen now…

Stop the Bleeding

This week on War News Radio, we take a look at No More Victims, an organization that’s bringing wounded Iraqi children to the U.S. for treatment. Listen now to Peter Holm’s report. And, we put together the essentials of the House of Representative’s three-day debate about Iraq. Listen now to…

Broken Apart

This week on War News Radio, we speak to a veteran about his experience putting his life and his marriage back together. Listen now to Wren Elhai’s report. Then, we learn about Kirkuk, an Iraqi city where oil is a blessing and a curse. Listen now to Eva Barboni’s extended…

The Times They Are A-Changin’

This week on War News Radio, we follow a group of veterans to an anti-war protest in Washington, D.C. This piece was produced by Alex Marlowe Ginsberg, Natalie Litton, and Elise Garrity. Listen now. Then, we sit down with New York Times correspondent David Rohde to hear his views on…

Got Gas?

Iraq is famous for its oil fields. But Iraqis still have to wait in long, dangerous lines to buy gas. This week on War News Radio, we find out why. Listen now to Hansi Lo Wang’s extended report. Then, we hear a Vietnam veteran’s reaction to President Bush’s State of…