Conflict & Justice

Our stories in this section range from war to peace and fairness to freedom across the globe

Conflict & Justice

Mat Johnson

Award-winning novelist Mat Johnson talks about his new graphic novel Incognegro, which tells the story of a light-skinned black man who goes undercover among southern whites to investigate lynchings.

Conflict & Justice

Book reviews

Lisa Mullins speaks with our book critic Christopher Merrill about "Khirbet Khizeh" an Israeli novel that came out in Hebrew in 1949 and has just been translated into English

Environment

Myanmar aid efforts

Lisa Mullins speaks with Jean-Sebastien Matte, emergency coordinator for the international aid agency "Doctors Without Borders" in Yangon, Burma, about efforts to provide emergency relief.

Conflict & Justice

Uneasy truce in Lebanon

The Lebanese government and the rebel group Hezbollah have stopped shooting at each other, but their civilian supporters remain armed, and angry, as Correspondent Ben Gilbert reports on an uneasy truce in Lebanon.

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