Intrigue and deception in Ukraine, a political standoff in Nicaragua and the Navajo Nation's 150-year-old treaty

June 01, 2018

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Keri Russell, left, Matthew Rhys, center, and Noah Emmerich

Cast members Keri Russell, left, Matthew Rhys, center, and Noah Emmerich participate in a panel for the FX Networks drama series "The Americans" during the Television Critics AssociationCable Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, California, January 16, 2016.


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A Kremlin critic who helped stage his own death in Ukraine says he was faced with a stark choice between preserving his ethics and saving his life. That's where we start today. Also, the daughter of a covert CIA agent talks about growing up in a real-life spy family. Plus, Asian Americans are the fastest growing racial group in America, so why aren't there more Asian American studies programs at US universities?

Music Heard on Air

The songs played between segments during this episode included:
Artist: Orquestra Voadora
Label: Sony Music Entertainment
Song: Kin Sonic
Artist: Jupiter & Okwess
Label: Everloving Records
Artist: Jef Stott
Label: Embarka Media
Artist: Ali Farka Touré
Label: World Circuit
Artist: Antibalas
Label: Daptone Records

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