Full story - May 16, 2017
In the parched county of Pengyang, farmer Mi Zhangzhong says a local tree-planting campaign has helped bring more rain.
In a poor region of western China, hundreds of thousands of people are being relocated in the face of climate change.
Full story - May 08, 2017
Iqaluit
As the permafrost melts in the arctic town of Iqaliut, people are dealing with problems they never saw coming. What are the Canadian and local governments doing to help?
Full story - May 08, 2017
us-mexico border
After a presidential campaign of strong rhetoric on issues of trade, immigration, and border security, the Trump administration is looking to move forward in its relationship with Mexico. But how much damage has been done and where can the two countries still find common ground?
Full episode - May 02, 2017
Coal miner in Jhaira, India
It’s been a year and a half since 195 countries signed a historic climate change agreement in Paris. Now, cleaner energy policies are being implemented across the globe. But the agreement alone won’t be enough to reach emissions goals.
Full story - April 18, 2017
People walk past signs bearing the name of U.S. President-elect Republican Donald Trump in Tel Aviv, Israel on November 14, 2016.
‘A new set of geopolitical circumstances make Israeli outreach — and Arab acceptance — much more possible than it was before’
Full story - April 04, 2017
Secretary Tillerson Shakes Hands With NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg at NATO Foreign Ministerial in Brussels
What unfilled positions, new leadership, low morale and proposed budget cuts could mean for US foreign policy.
Full episode - April 04, 2017
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir
As the Trump administration begins ironing out its strategy in the Middle East, America Abroad examines what may lie ahead regarding Israel, Syria, Iran, and the fight against ISIS.
Full episode - February 08, 2017
 Trump press conference covered on Japanese TV
President Trump's declarations on Asia have caused much uncertainty in the region. To better understand the hopes, fears, and concerns on both sides of the Pacific, America Abroad convened a bi-national town hall bringing together audiences and experts in both Honolulu and Tokyo.
Full story - February 03, 2017
China and Russia have stolen troves of US intel, according to a US report.
How vulnerable is American infrastructure to the threat of a cyber attack? And what sort of response is proportional?
Full story - January 12, 2017
Moscow's Kremlin and the Bolshoy Kamenny Bridge are seen in the late evening.
Many Russians were overjoyed by the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States, though there is still skepticism over how long improved ties will last.

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