Disputing the law of the sea

This episode of Global Journalist originally aired in April 2014. We’re all familiar with border disputes on land … but what about those...

Indigenous land rights in Australia

Throughout the world, indigenous people are fighting for the right to reclaim land they lost due to European territorial expansion, colonialism,...

Indonesia’s new man in charge

On Oct. 20, Joko Widodo took office as Indonesia's new president. Jokowi, as he is popularly known, is the first Indonesian president without a...

Ebola epidemic continues

Since our last program on Ebola, the death toll from the disease has more than doubled to 4,800. U.S. and Spanish aid workers sickened by Ebola...

Book talk: “Arab Women Rising”

This episode of Global Journalist originally aired in August 2014. Following the Arab Spring, gender equality between men and women in the...

Censorship in Turkey

After 11 years as prime minister, Recip Tayyip Erdogan became Turkey's first directly-elected president in August. Under Erdogan’s tenure,...

International sex trafficking

Given the nature of this discussion, listener discretion is advised. On this week's show, we are looking at sex trafficking of children around the...
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The psychology of Western jihadis

Our attention this week turns, once again, to the Islamic State and the ongoing fighting in the Middle East. Recent videos from the militant...

What’s happening in Hong Kong?

On this week's show, we are looking at the protests in Hong Kong that have attracted worldwide attention. Students and citizens alike have been...