Anchored by public radio host Madeleine Brand, America Abroad covers global issues ranging from the challenges in Iran and North Korea, to the European debt crisis and the roots of the Arab Spring.
The hour-long broadcast combines original reporting, expert analysis, and historical pieces that incorporate archival audio and eyewitness accounts. No other public radio program devotes the same amount of time, depth of coverage, and level of analysis to a single issue in international affairs.
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America and Cuba: After the Thaw (101)
America's Bond with Israel: It's History and It's Current Challenges (121)
Beyond the Border: The Future of US-Mexico Relations (129)
Civil Resistance: The Power of the People (116)
Countering Violent Extremism: An International Town Hall (105)
Defining Islamic Feminism (104)
Examining the Nuclear Deal With Iran (108)
Fighting ISIS At Home and Abroad (113)
Fighting Zika and Future Epidemics (122)
Global Girls' Education: Breaking Down Barriers (98)
How Drones are Reshaping the World (111)
Online Date, Information, and Privacy (114)
Poaching Terrorism (106)
Saving Innocence: The Global Fight to End Child Marriage (102)
The Keystone XL Pipeline: An International Townhall (97)
U.S.-Russia Relations in the Trump Era (123)
US Asia Policy Under Trump: A Honolulu-Tokyo Town Hall (125)
Understanding Europe's Refugee Crisis (110)
Women's Rights After the Arab Spring