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Five years after President Obama ordered the closing of Guantánamo Bay, even former supporters call it a "recruiting poster for terrorists." We hear about prisoners held for 12 years without trial, videotapes of force-feedings — and the President's latest promise to veto any defense bill that doesn't allow Guantánamo to be closed. Also, dozens of separatists dead after Ukraine retakes airport, and fortune, truth and faith in the new China.

Banner image: Activist hold placards at a rally next to the White House in Washington calling for the closure of the US-run Guantánamo Bay prison in Cuba, May 23, 2014. Photo by Larry Downing/Reuters

Producers:
Caitlin Shamberg
Katie Cooper
Evan George

Dozens of Separatists Dead after Ukraine Retakes Airport 7 MIN, 46 SEC

Fast-paced national/international news and issues program, from KCRW.

Guests:
James Marson, Wall Street Journal (@marson_jr)

Does Guantanamo Bay Have a Future? 33 MIN, 57 SEC
China's 'Age of Ambition' 9 MIN, 26 SEC

Fast-paced national/international news and issues program, from KCRW.

Guests:
Evan Osnos, New Yorker magazine (@eosnos)

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