Liza Schuster

City University London

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Professor of sociology at City University London, where’s she’s worked for over 20 years on forced migration in Afghanistan, North Africa, Uganda and Europe

Liza Schuster on KCRW

After first calling it "collateral damage," then then saying that Afghan forces needed support against the resurgent Taliban, the US has admitted it ordered a deadly air-attack on a…

The US in Afghanistan and the Rules of War

After first calling it "collateral damage," then then saying that Afghan forces needed support against the resurgent Taliban, the US has admitted it ordered a deadly air-attack on a…

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Desperate people — men women and children — are camped out on the French side of the English Channel, ready to risk their lives getting to England.

An Immigration Crisis in Europe

Desperate people — men women and children — are camped out on the French side of the English Channel, ready to risk their lives getting to England.

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