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Dispatches - Canadian corruption abroad with Transparency International - Sept. 29, 2011Sep 29, 2011 | 8:00Dispatches Canadian corruption abroad with Transparency International - Sept. 29, 2011 Audio
Dispatches Canadian corruption abroad with Transparency International - Sept. 29, 2011 Sep 29, 2011 | 8:00James Klotz talks about a new era in which the RCMP appears ready to go after Canadian companies that engage in corrupt practices when doing business abroad.
Dispatches - June 24, 2010 Dispatches - Full ShowJun 21, 2010 | 52:08Dispatches June 24, 2010 Dispatches - Full Show Audio
Dispatches June 24, 2010 Dispatches - Full Show Jun 21, 2010 | 52:08from Selaya, India - Kandahar - San Giuseppe Jaco, Italy - Whitehorse - Shanghai - Rhotak, India
Dispatches - July 29, 2010 Dare essayJul 29, 2010 | 4:46Dispatches July 29, 2010 Dare essay Audio
Dispatches July 29, 2010 Dare essay Jul 29, 2010 | 4:46A text message appeared on the cellphones of many Nigerians last January. "Kill before they kill you." When the rioting finally ended, more than 300 Christians and Muslims lay dead. From Washington, Sunday Dare, editor of the online website Newsbreaksnow.com, was monitoring that violence in his home village of Jos.
Dispatches - July 29, 2010 - Rossiter DocumentaryJul 6, 2010 | 11:34Dispatches July 29, 2010 - Rossiter Documentary Audio
Dispatches July 29, 2010 - Rossiter Documentary Jul 6, 2010 | 11:34In Cuba, internet connections are only available to people with, well, connections. Canadian journalist Sheena Rossiter found a lively underground movement busily inventing ways to make their own.
Dispatches - July 29, 2010 Stewart interviewJul 6, 2010 | 9:04Dispatches July 29, 2010 Stewart interview Audio
Dispatches July 29, 2010 Stewart interview Jul 6, 2010 | 9:04In China, 15-year-old Deng Senshan was spending an awful lot of time on the internet. His parents sent him away for a new kind of therapy: a boot camp for internet addicts. It turned out to mean abuse. And getting hit with a chair probably hastened his death. Christopher Stewart has written about these camps, for Wired magazine.
Dispatches - July 22, 2010 Dispatches  - Lilwall excerptJul 7, 2010 | 1:07Dispatches July 22, 2010 Dispatches - Lilwall excerpt Audio
Dispatches July 22, 2010 Dispatches - Lilwall excerpt Jul 7, 2010 | 1:07Rob Lilwall reads an excerpt from Cycling Home from Siberia.
Dispatches - July 29, 2010 - Maldonado musicJul 7, 2010 | 2:37Dispatches July 29, 2010 - Maldonado music Audio
Dispatches July 29, 2010 - Maldonado music Jul 7, 2010 | 2:37The Queen Of Fandango died in January. Colombian Folksinger Etelvina Maldonado was 75. She sang more at house parties than recording studios. She liked boleros. And rancheros. And tangos. But she excelled at the music of Colombia's Caribbean coast known as bullerengue. And when Etelvina Maldonado sang it, she owned it.
Dispatches - July 29, 2010 - Williams documentaryJul 7, 2010 | 13:28Dispatches July 29, 2010 - Williams documentary Audio
Dispatches July 29, 2010 - Williams documentary Jul 7, 2010 | 13:28On the TV, there's a woman hanging from a hook, her backside posed to look like one of the hams on other hooks around her. In Italy that's entertainment, apparently. Our Rome contributor, Megan Williams, asks why Italians won't put up with degradation of women in public, but it's okay on TV.
Dispatches - August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Senor readingAug 5, 2010 | 1:04Dispatches August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Senor reading Audio
Dispatches August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Senor reading Aug 5, 2010 | 1:04An excerpt from Dan Senor's book, Start-Up Nation, about Israel's immense capacity for technological innovation and entrepreneurship.
Dispatches - August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Jarry-Shore documentaryAug 5, 2010 | 7:57Dispatches August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Jarry-Shore documentary Audio
Dispatches August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Jarry-Shore documentary Aug 5, 2010 | 7:57The global recession is playing a cruel trick on people in El Salvador. Time was they relied on cash remittances from family members working in the U.S. But Dispatches contributor Dominique-Jarry shore found this year, they're being asked to send money to their unemployed relatives in places like California.
Dispatches - August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Coelho promoAug 5, 2010 | 1:29Dispatches August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Coelho promo Audio
Dispatches August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Coelho promo Aug 5, 2010 | 1:29Saroja Coelho previews a story she's working on for the August 12 episode of Dispatches
Dispatches - August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Dvorson documentaryAug 5, 2010 | 14:28Dispatches August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Dvorson documentary Audio
Dispatches August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Dvorson documentary Aug 5, 2010 | 14:28Eleven years ago, during the ice storm, one of the poorest countries in the world -- Mali -- came to Canada's aid. Payback maybe, because years earlier Canadians had helped after a bad flood in Mali. All these years later, Dispatches contributor Alexa Dvorson went trekking among the Dogon people of Mali's remote Bandiagara escarpment, and found the wheel has turned again.
Dispatches - August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Brosnan interviewAug 5, 2010 | 9:01Dispatches August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Brosnan interview Audio
Dispatches August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Brosnan interview Aug 5, 2010 | 9:01In May 2008, immigration agents raided the Agri-processors meatpacking plant in Postville Iowa, and put nearly 400 illegal immigrants out of work. Some had worked there as much as eleven years. When journalist Greg Brosnan and his partner heard about the raid, they were researching a film on how the recession was affecting Central American villages, where the money from some of those U.S.-based workers was being sent. The finished film is called In The Shadow Of The Raid.
Dispatches - August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Senor interviewAug 5, 2010 | 12:26Dispatches August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Senor interview Audio
Dispatches August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Senor interview Aug 5, 2010 | 12:26If author Dan Senor has it right, conflict is good for business. After all, Israel has what he calls "the highest density of start-up (companies) in the world." His new book, Start-Up Nation, says that's thanks to a military culture that encourages entrepreneurship and technological innovation.
Dispatches - August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Macinnes-Rae essayAug 5, 2010 | 4:55Dispatches August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Macinnes-Rae essay Audio
Dispatches August 5, 2010 Dispatches - Macinnes-Rae essay Aug 5, 2010 | 4:55Rick was crushed -- CRUSHED! -- when it heard this year that the U.S. is getting out of the man-on-the-moon business, according to President Obama's latest budget proposals.

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