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.
Prewar Iraq Intelligence: A Look at the Facts
Bush Administration Quiet on CIA Flights, Prisons
White House Takes On Iraq Critics
Guantanamo Case Awaits High Court Ruling
EU Probes Claims of Secret CIA Prisons in Europe
Senate Inquiry into Pre-War Iraq Intelligence in Spotlight
Pentagon, U.N. Disagree over Guantanamo Access
Proposed British Counter-Terror Policy Criticized
Nobel Peace Prize to Be Awarded
U.S. Military to Expand, Improve Overseas Bases
Hughes Promotes U.S. Image in Middle East
Group Cites Prisoner Abuse by 82nd Airborne
Top Saudi Official Sounds Warning on Iraq Unity
Katrina Chaos: A Black Eye for U.S. Image?
Hunger Strike Continues at Guantanamo Bay