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- Putin to take part in Berlin conference on Libya on January 19
- Libya strongman Haftar in Greece for talks ahead of Berlin peace conference
- Six months following the enforced disappearance of Siham Sergewa, UNSMIL calls for her immediate release
- Libya: Tens of thousands of children at risk amidst violence and chaos of unrelenting conflict
- UNHCR Update Libya (17 January 2020)
South Sudan is quite possibly on the verge of famine. The conflict that erupted in December shows little signs of abating. The peace process is halting and in the meantime the humanitarian situation is growing precipitously worse. Mark speaks with Tariq Riebl, Oxfam’s South Sudan country director about the humanitarian situation in South Sudan and what can be done to avert a possible famine.
Episode 30: Jeff Sachs, economist
Sex Slaves in Iraq, an interview with Zainab Hawa Bangura, the UN Special Representative for Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict
Episode 29: Chris Hill, former Ambassador to Iraq and North Korea nuke negotiator
Kevin Jon Heller discusses the International Criminal Court’s Palestine Problem
Episode 28: Nancy Birsdall, founder of the Center for Global Development
The WHO explains Why this Ebola Outbreak is So Hard to Contain
Episode 27: Daniel Drezner, counter-intuitive wonk
Michael W. Hanna on How to Negotiate a Gaza Ceasefire
Episode 25: Helene Gayle, CEO of CARE, USA. Long-time AIDS-Fighter
One Campaign’s Erin Hofhelder How Humanity is Winning the Fight Against AIDS
Episode 23: Live from the UN 2014 (Volume 2); A special edition with a slew of UN officials.
Episode 23: Jillian York, Digital Free Speech defender
Episode 22: Live from the UN, 2014 (Vol 1); A special edition, featuring the President of the General Assembly, the UN Ambassadors from Vietnam and Jamaica, the head of the UN Association, and more!
Episode 21: Thomas Pickering, former Ambassador to the UN, Israel, Jordan, Russia, India and more.
Episode 20: Jessica Tuchman Matthews, foreign policy trendsetter
Episode 19: Louise Arbour, human rights pioneer.
Episode 18: Zalmay Khalizad, former US Ambassador to Afghanistan, Iraq and the UN.
Episode 17: Gov Bill Richardson, he frees hostages.
Episode 16: Carolyn Miles, CEO of Save the Children
Episode: 15 Laura Turner Seydel, philanthropist
Episode 14: Douglas Ollivant, Iraq expert
Episode 13: Gary Bass, historian
Episode 12: Mark Montgomery, demographer
Episode 11: Kenneth Roth, Human Rights Watcher
Episode 9: Mia Farrow, humanitarian activist and Goodwill Ambassador
Episode 8: Suzanne Nossel, Big Thinker
Episode 6: PJ Crowley, former State Department Spokesperson
Episode 5: Octavia Nasr, reporter
Episode 4: Arsalan Iftikhar, “The Muslim Guy”
Episode 3: Dodge Billingsley, filmmaker.
Episode 2: Laura Seay, @TexasinAfrica
Episode 1: Heather Hurlburt, national security wonk