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.
Gaza Fighting Poses Challenges For Obama
U.S. Presses Pakistan To Continue Border Offensive
Pakistanis Dispute Full Blame For Mumbai Attacks
Pressure Mounts For Pakistan To Act After Mumbai
Mining For Diamonds In The Canadian Rough
Pakistan Targets Militants After Mumbai Attacks
NPR's Jackie Northam and Renee Montagne discuss the arrests on 'Morning Edition'
U.S. Military Vehicles Destroyed In Pakistan
U.S. Tries To Ease Tension Between India, Pakistan
Who's Responsible For The Mumbai Attacks?
Examining Who May Be Behind Mumbai Attacks
Bin Laden's Ex-Driver To Return To Yemen
Debate Rages Over Those Still At Guantanamo
Closing Detention Center Easier Said Than Done
Will Obama Sign Off On New Afghan Strategy?