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China Prep: Audio: When China Becomes the World’s Largest Economy

China will inevitably become the largest economy in the world, according to Andrew Nathan, chair of Columbia University's department of Political Science.

Aug 12th, 2008 | Comments

18 with a Bullet: Video Update

Salvadoran gang member Traveiso's mother went north to find work in the United States. His mother’s story paints a portrait of one immigrant’s experience and the difficulties of life stretched across borders.

Aug 5th, 2008 | Comments

Lord’s Children: Audio: Filmmaker Notes

An interview with filmmaker Oliver Stoltz about the making of "Lord's Children."

Jul 29th, 2008 | Comments

Lord’s Children: Video: Victims Fight to Heal

WIDE ANGLE visits the Liberian community on Staten Island and speaks with Mike Wessells, a psychologist who has worked with war-affected youth in over 15 situations of armed conflict.

Jul 29th, 2008 | Comments

Lord’s Children: Audio: Ugandan Women Tell Their War Stories

Ugandan women tell their personal stories of rape, abuse, displacement, enslavement and torture.

Jul 29th, 2008 | Comments

Burning Season: Audio: Carbon Entrepreneurs

In this WIDE ANGLE web exclusive, we’ll hear from three different carbon entrepreneurs from around the world, each with his own plan for using market forces to protect the environment.

Jul 22nd, 2008 | Comments

Birth of a Surgeon: Video: American Midwives ‘Catch Babies’ in Hospitals

WIDE ANGLE explores the often misunderstood role of midwives in the U.S. We learn about who they are, what they do and where they practice.

Jul 15th, 2008 | Comments

Birth of a Surgeon: Audio: Public Health Experts on Maternal Death

WIDE ANGLE sat down with public health experts to discuss the causes of maternal death and the progress of mid-level, surgical clinicians who dot across Mozambique and the rest of the world.

Jul 15th, 2008 | Comments

Japan’s About-Face: Video: Preview

(Premieres July 8, 2008) The film "Japan's About-Face" is a remarkable window into the shifting role of the military in post-war Japanese society.

Jul 8th, 2008 | Comments

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