Three detainees were recently found dead at Guantanamo—bringing a new urgency to calls for reform. On today’s show, a man who was held there for over two years describes the conditions. Then, a new book examines the ways in which westerners exoticize Asians. Plus, Monica Ali shares her highly anticipated second novel. And to start it all off, an Underreported look at how preserving the environment can sometimes conflict with the rights of indigenous peoples.
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