Deborah Amos

National Public Radio

If the name Philip Reeves sounds familiar, it’s because you’ve heard lots of NPR stories from him over the years. Reeves is an international reporter now based in Pakistan, but he’s spent time in Iraq and, in the 1990’s, he was in Moscow. That was before NPR, when Reeves filed stories for a British newspaper. He spoke with Aspen Public Radio’s Elise Thatcher. She asked Reeves what his sense is for what’s going on now between Russia and Ukraine.

Rob St. Mary

NPR International Correspondent Deborah Amos met with listeners and shared her experiences covering the on-going conflict in Syria on Wednesday, August 7th, 2013 at the Third Street Center in Carbondale. Deborah Amos was interviewed by former NPR Senior Foreign Desk Editor Loren Jenkins.