The Obama Administration plans to continue using the ï¿½renditionï¿½ program that received so much criticism during the Bush years. Anchor Jeb Sharp finds out what value the program has from John Radsan, former assistant general counsel at the CIA.
The Obama administration is creating a new system for conducting interrogation of terrorism suspects. It's supposed to be a way to look forward, and avoid mistakes of the past, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.
Health problems the afflict the world's poor have received unprecedented attention in recent years. But medical workers who focus on lesser known diseases say their efforts remain as difficult as ever. On PRI's The World.
President Obama has put Afghanistan at the top of his foreign policy agenda. But polls suggest that many Americans don't share the President's view. Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with Andrew Exum at the Center for a New American Security.
More than a quarter of the Haitian population lives outside Haiti. Now there are growing efforts to unify and strengthen that diaspora. Haitian leaders in the US are getting advice from another diaspora -- The American Jewish community.
High winds fanned huge wildfires to the north of Athens this past weekend. Many of those fires are now under control. But thousands there were forced to flee their homes, including the BBC's Malcolm Brabant. He speaks with anchor Jeb Sharp.