Latest Stories

Conflict & Justice

Russia hostile to NGOs

Jessica Golloher reports from Moscow on the challenges facing non-governmental organizations ? or NGOs ? in Russia. The Russian government is not friendly to NGOs, and often goes to great lengths to make life impossible for the groups. On PRI's The World.

Conflict & Justice

Geo answer

The answer to today's Geo Quiz is the town of Greenville, Michigan. The town is being sued for copyright infringement over a statue of the ?Little Mermaid,?Anchor Lisa Mullins gets details from the director of the Chamber of Commerce Kathy Jo Vanderlon.

Conflict & Justice

Change for Syria

US special envoy George Mitchell will be in Syria soon. Anchor Katy Clark speaks with Syria expert, Joshua Landis, about the prospects for change in the Middle East. Landis is assistant professor of Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Oklahoma.

Conflict & Justice

Ethnic jokes a hit

Anita Elash reports on Russell Peters, the Indian-born Canadian stand-up comic just named one of the ten highest-earning comedians in the world. His humor is not politically correct, often making fun of various ethnic groups.

Conflict & Justice

Karadzic alternative medicine

Former Bosnian Serb leader evaded war crimes prosecutors for years ? in part ? by openly practicing alternative medicine. Anchor Katy Clark speaks with Jack Hitt, who's written a story on Karadzic for this weekend's New York Times Magazine.