November 21, 2006 | Issues in Journalism

“Wars are not the same,” says Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Sydney Schanberg, but regardless of the differences in history and geography, the challenges for war correspondents remain unchanged.  In this edition of Issues In Journalism, Schanberg and three other journalists, covering wars in Cambodia, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq, discuss the struggle for reporters to uncover the culture and politics behind each conflict, in spite of government interference, language barriers and the life-threatening risks.

Listen Now