Junger describes his latest documentary on the war in Afghanistan, Korengal, which picks up where his Oscar-nominated Restrepo left off.
A policy expert on Afghanistan, the best-selling author and former journalist weighs in on that country’s historic presidential and provincial elections.
The young Iranian-born composer, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist talks about his pioneering and innovative music.
The award-winning filmmaker previews his documentary, The Unknown Known, about Donald Rumsfeld, one of the principal architects of the Iraq War.
Lemmon—the best-selling author of The Dressmaker of Khair Khana—assesses the escalation of the humanitarian crisis in Syria.
Said reflects on being caught between two worlds and negotiating Arab identity in America, which she writes about in her memoir.
The longtime diplomat and president of the nonpartisan Council on Foreign Relations think tank assesses the situation in Syria.
The ambassador weighs in on the situation in Egypt and its impact on U.S. policy in the Middle East.
The Atlantic‘s Washington editor-at-large assesses the U.S. position on the civil war in Syria.
One of few women of color to break through the ranks as a major motion picture director, Nair describes her new film, which tackles issues of nationalism and identity in a post-9-11 world.