• August 19, 2013  

    More than a month after President Morsi was ousted by the military, an Egyptian court ruled that it no longer had grounds to hold Hosni Mubarak, the former Egyptian leader who was detained in 2011 on charges of corruption. Jeffrey Brown reports on continuing violence in Egypt, where 25 officers were killed in a militant attack. Continue reading

  • October 19, 2010  

    Jeffrey Brown talks to James Wolfensohn about his memoir, “A Global Life,” and his 10 years at the helm of the World Bank. Wolfensohn, who grew up in Australia, worked in London and on Wall Street, reflects on the increasing globalization and interconnectedness, both financially and culturally, that he witnessed in his career. Continue reading