Going beneath the surface of conventional reporting, investigative journalist Scahill's newest book, Dirty Wars, explores the gray areas of U.S. military operations to determine whether these policies have been undertaken with congressional oversight and public debate. Hear Scahill's take on the underbelly of the United States' international military affairs and decide for yourself if you agree with him: How much are we willing to compromise the democratic process in the name of warfare, and justice?
Jeremy Scahill is an unembedded, international journalist.
He is a correspondent for the national radio and television show Democracy Now! and a frequent contributor to the Nation magazine. He is currently a Puffin Writing Fellow at the Nation Institute.