Jane Ferguson is a Special Correspondent for PBS NewsHour.
Running Nowhere in Beirut Under Coronavirus Lockdown
As a foreign correspondent, if I cannot be out in the world, am I still a part of it?By Jane FergusonApril 30, 2020
Peace Talks, the Taliban, and Afghan Women’s Uncertain Future
The Trump Administration’s launch of peace talks with the Taliban, last year, startled many women in Afghanistan.By Jane FergusonDecember 19, 2019
Why Lebanon’s People Are Turning on Their Politicians
After decades of graft and economic mismanagement, popular discontent is rising.By Jane FergusonJuly 12, 2019
Is Yemen’s Man-Made Famine the Future of War?
A trip to Yemen revealed that there is no shortage of food, but the U.S.-backed military intervention has put millions at risk of starvation.By Jane FergusonJuly 11, 2018
Trump’s Military Escalation in Somalia Is Spurring Hope and Fear
The U.S. effort has returned to levels not seen since eighteen American soldiers died in the 1993 clashes depicted in “Black Hawk Down.”By Jane FergusonApril 5, 2018
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