Canadian writer and commentator Stephen Marche has been paying attention to the United States since he covered the Trump inauguration in Washington, DC in 2017. “The whole point of democracy,” […]
Radio Chipstone: The Empty Chair
In a song entitled A House is not a Home, Luther Vandross croons “A chair is just a chair, until someone is sitting there,” a lyric made more meaningful when […]
Syria: A History of the Last Hundred Years
Why have Syria’s foundations as a nation proved so fragile? Why has the international community been so powerless? Is the Syrian Civil War the greatest humanitarian and political crisis of the twenty-first century? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
Syrian Refugees Seek New Life in Jordan
Young Syrians try to escape their war-torn homeland for a better life. Alice Su tells their story as they arrive across the border in Amman, Jordan.
Letters Home to Sarah
Have you ever wondered how the Civil War relates to Wisconsin and what part citizens of Wisconsin played in the war? Find out more on this edition of APA.