Trudy Rubin

  • December 29, 2011  

    In 2008, Congress passed a law allowing up to 5,000 Iraqis who had helped Americans during the war to come to the U.S. with their families as refugees each year, but the visa process has been slowed. Jeffrey Brown discusses the holdups with the University of Minnesota’s Eric Schwartz and The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Trudy Rubin. Continue reading

  • July 12, 2011  

    Ahmed Wali Karzai was assassinated in Kandahar on Tuesday by a longtime associate, who was then killed by guards. Judy Woodruff discusses the killing of the Afghan president’s half-brother and what it means for Afghan security with the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Trudy Rubin and the Naval Postgraduate School’s Thomas Johnson. Continue reading