Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren is on the ground in Cambodia to find out how technology and a youth population bubble are trying to overcome the country's history of war and genocide. Greta talks to Killing Fields survivors Youk Chhang, executive director of the Documentation Center of Cambodia and Ros Sopheap, executive director of Gender and Development of Cambodia, and Phay Sipham, Cambodian government spokesman. Air date January 22, 2020.
Iranians take to the streets in anger. Not against the United States for the targeted killing of an Iranian general. But against their government for its responsibility for the downing of a Ukrainian commercial jet, killing all aboard. Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren examines the turmoil in Iran. Air date: 1/15/2020
Iranians take to the streets in anger. Not against the United States for the targeted killing of an Iranian general. But against their government for its responsibility for the downing of a Ukrainian commercial jet, killing all aboard. Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren examines the turmoil in Iran.
Iran retaliates against the United States for the killing of Quds Force commander General Qassem Soleimani. Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren gets the latest from VOA Pentagon Correspondent Carla Babb, VOA White House Correspondent Patsy Widakuswara, VOA European Reporter Henry Ridgwell and former Deputy National Security Adviser Meghan O'Sullivan, professor of international affairs at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government. Air Date: January 8, 2020.
Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren looks back on the biggest stories of 2019 and examines how that will shape 2020. Joining Greta: Michael; O'Hanlon from the Brookings Institution, VOA White House Correspondent Patsy Widakuswara and Plugged In's Mil Arcega. Air Date: January 1, 2020.
Two million Cambodians were killed during the four years of the Khmer Rouge's reign. On Plugged In, Youk Chhang tells Greta Van Susteren his story of surviving genocide, reconciling what he witnessed and endured to honor the victims and hold his torturers accountable. Air date: December 25, 2019
A deadly shooting spree by a Saudi Arabian military officer at a US naval base again puts the spotlight on US-Saudi relations. Plugged In examines the relationship with VOA National Security Correspondent Jeff Seldin, European reporter Henry Ridgwell and former US Amb. to Yemen Gerald Feierstein. Also, Christine Levinson, wife of former FBI agent Bob Levinson, tells us about the latest efforts to secure her husband's release, who is believed to be held by Iran. Air Date: December 18, 2019
A wave of unrest sweeps across South America. Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren examines the the issues fueling violent anti-government protests that has already ousted one long-time president. US Ambassador to the Organization of American States, Carlos Trujillo; Director of the Latin American program at the Wilson Center, Cynthia Arnson; and the host of VOA's Foro Inter-Americano, Gonzalo Abarca join Greta for an in-depth look at "Turmoil in South America." Air date November 20, 2019.
Congress has begun the process of impeaching President Donald Trump. Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren examines the process of impeaching a US president. Find out what it means and how it's done with VOA Congressional Correspondent Katherine Gypson, VOA National Correspondent Jim Malone and Georgetown University law professor Susan Low Bloch. Program aired November 13, 2019.
It's been 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, marking the beginning of the end to the Cold War and the Soviet Union. Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren examines the lessons learned and the invisible divisions left by the Wall on Germany and Europe in general.