America Abroad partnered with public radio station KCRW and Egyptian channel ONTV to host a groundbreaking international town hall connecting audiences and a panel of experts in LA and Cairo. The conversation explored the Muslim Brotherhood's future in Egyptian politics; the role of Islam in
America Abroad Media’s Marvin Kalb and WAMU 88.5’s Kojo Nnamdi host a discussion with senior foreign policy advisors for the Clinton, McCain and Obama campaigns on American foreign policy and the 2008 presidential elections.
- Lee Feinstein of
America Abroad Media’s Marvin Kalb and WAMU’s Kojo Nnamdi host a discussion to examine the importance of religion as a factor in the current conflict between the West and the Muslim World.
The panelists include:
- Irshad Manji, best-selling author of The Trouble
Arabs under thirty drove the region's revolutions, and they have emerged as prominent social and political actors. But with new governments now in power, are youth satisfied with the pace of change? On this month’s episode of America Abroad – Youth in the Arab World: After the Revolution
For most people, the bombs and bloodshed seem a world away, but for Afghans and American soldiers and civilians, the conflict is a daily reality.
And it’s been a reality for a long time. The typical American third-grader has live his or her entire life in world where US troops have been
For nearly a decade, Americans and Afghans have been joined by conflict. In the first years of the war, images of Afghan girls returning to the classroom were a heartening change from the years of Taliban brutality. Engaging the women of Afghanistan is critical shaping a modern, democratic