I speak with Louisa Lombard, the Ciriacy-Wantrup Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Geography, University of California at Berkeley who explains the roots of this conflict and what the international community can do to help mitigate this crisis.
I just interviewed Dr. Laura Seay, Assistant Professor of political science at Morehouse College about the new framework peace agreement for the DRC, signed between several countries in the great lakes region of Africa yesterday.
With me today is Dr. Tore Godal, a luminary of the global health movement who currently serves in the office of Norway's Prime Minister. We discuss why it is that progress has been slower on women and children's health compared to other MDGs, and what is being done to boost progress.
For the first time ever, a sitting American president will visit Myamnar. On the eve of this historic trip, I caught up with Jim Della-Giacoma of the International Crisis Group to discuss the profound changes underway in Myanmar and what the United States can do to keep the country on the path of reform.
In the podcast below, a top UN official and prominent Pakistani human rights activist discusses how Pakistanis have reacted to the Malala shooting, identifies the forces that are still stifling the empowerment of girls, and offers advice for those of us around the world who want to help.