Jackie Northam Jackie Northam is NPR's International Affairs Correspondent. She is a veteran journalist who has spent three decades reporting on conflict, politics, and life across the globe.
U.S. Avoids Calling Iraqi Violence a 'Civil War'
Calls Renewed for Better U.S. Counter-Terrorism Strategies
U.S. Targets Flow of Money to and from North Korea
Iran Looks for Lessons in North Korea Confrontation
U.S. Weighs Threats, Credibility with Sudan, N. Korea
Detainees Ready for Release Have no Place to Go
Guantanamo's Role May Change with New Policies
Guantanamo Tightens Security After Prisoner Riot
Reaction to Moazzam Begg's Guantanamo Account
U.S. Making Changes at Guantanamo Bay Prison
In Washington, Iran's Khatami Calls for Dialogue
U.S. Acknowledges Existence of Secret CIA Prisons
Iran's Former Leader Jabs at Bush on U.S. Tour
U.N. Force Trickles into Lebanon
Israel Turns Attention Back to Palestinian Question