International

RSS Feed
NPR

What Three College Pals Say About Their Dreams In China

Beyond the superhighways, gleaming skyscrapers and economic growth, China's young urban adults are often struggling, their dreams unfulfilled, their hopes for a better life elusive.
NPR

Fighting Resumes In South Sudan, Despite Cease-Fire Agreement

Two days after signing an agreement to halt fighting, there was conflict in the town of Bentiu. The rebels and the government blamed each other for reneging on the pact.
NPR

U.N. Panel Could Find Vatican Guilty Of Torture

This week the Vatican faced a U.N. panel investigating priest sex abuse. The panel called for an end to what it called a Vatican "climate of impunity."
NPR

Seperatists Hold Referendum On East Ukraine Independence

Pro-Moscow separatists hold their unofficial referendum on independence for eastern Ukraine on Sunday. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to correspondents Corey Flintoff and Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson.
NPR

In Run-Up To Egyptian Election, A Crackdown On Dissent

In Egypt, campaign season has kicked off for the presidential election later this month. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to NPR's Leila Fadel from Cairo.
NPR

The Squabble That Never Ends: Britain and Spain Duel Over Gibraltar

The Rock of Gibraltar is on a peninsula attached to Spain. It's been sovereign British territory for 301 years, but many Spaniards still say it belongs to them.
NPR

On Income Inequality: A French Economist Vs. An American Capitalist

Thomas Piketty says governments must impose heavy taxes to break up concentrations of wealth. Edward Conard says governments should cut taxes to encourage wealthy people to pursue even bigger profits.
NPR

Eastern Ukraine Wraps Up Vote On Independence; Clashes Reported

Residents of two regions of eastern Ukraine voted in a controversial referendum over sovereignty from the central government in Kiev. Meanwhile, clashes with government forces continued.
NPR

The View From Homs: Watching The Withdrawal Of Syria's Rebels

On Friday, the Syrian government evacuated the last of the rebel fighters from Homs, following a cease-fire agreement. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with Nabih Bulos, a special correspondent for the Los Angeles Times.
NPR

Conflicts Over Resources With China's Neighbors Have Deeper Motives

Tensions are mounting in the South China Sea, where this week a Chinese ship collided with a Vietnamese ship, and Philippine police arrested Chinese fishermen for allegedly hunting protected sea turtles. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with Frank Langfitt about the events and China's increasing influence in the area.

Pages