Former NPR correspondent Sarah Chayes gives us an update on the situation in Afghanistan. She’s witnessed first-hand the resurgence of the Taliban and the widespread corruption of the US-backed Karzai government. Also, the stories of individual reformers who are fighting unsuccessfully for political change in China. And Hao Jiang Tian on how he became the first world-class Western opera singer from China. Plus, Anthony Mann’s daughter talks about her father’s 1950 masterpiece, “The Furies.”
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