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Above the Law? The U.S. and the International Criminal Court

On this program, we take a look at U.S. government opposition to the ICC. And, the National Radio Project’s Women’s Desk examines what the establishment of the court could mean for victims of sexual violence in wartime.


The Soul of Corn: Transgenics and the Cradle of Maize

On this edition of Making Contact, we take a look at the controversy over GMO contamination of corn crops in Mexico, a fundamental issue as the public considers the consequences of genetically engineered crops.


Fuel to the Fire: Oil and Indigenous People in Colombia

On this program we look at connections between oil corporations, indigenous peoples and the civil war in Colombia.


The Debt Treadmill: Cyclical Poverty in the Third World (encore edition)

On this edition of Making Contact, we take a look at international debt, its causes, and why some are calling for the debts to be cancelled.


Let’s Go to Mazar: A Chronicle of Life in Afghanistan after War

Investigative journalist Pratap Chatterjee, traveled to Mazar-i-Sharif, the first city to fall to the Northern Alliance and the United States bombing raids in 2001. This week we present a special documentary that chronicles life after the end of the war.