Most Active Stories
- Why rural Missouri is losing doctors
- Would 'Right To Farm' Ballot Question Protect Family Farms Or Ag Corporations?
- Ameren blames EPA standards for coal plant closure, Nixon signs bill to allow less restrictions
- Why the health insurance marketplace could be called a success in Missouri
- MODOT makes revisions to Amendment 7 project list
Thu August 4, 2011
International Criminal Court
Even more global journalism at the official website.
The last two men wanted for war crimes in the former Yugoslavia have finally been apprehended, and the International Criminal Court is poised to begin the greatest war crime trials since Nuremberg. But with the United States suffering from a heat wave and a domestic spending crisis, coverage has been limited in the American media.
Join us on the Global Journalist this week when we discuss the facts and relevance of these upcoming war crimes trials at the International Criminal Court and the differences in coverage in Europe and the United States.
This week, our guests include Arthur Max, the Netherlands Bureau Chief of the Associate Press, and Rachel Irwin from the Institute for War and Peace Reporting in The Hague. Both these journalists have extensively covered the International Criminal Court and the ongoing trials there.