Professor Colleen Graffy Discusses Collapse of Russia-Ukraine Black Sea Grain Deal -- BBC World Service Weekend
Professor Colleen P. Graffy was a guest presenter on BBC World Service Weekend to discuss the collapse of the Russia-Ukraine Black Sea grain deal and other top news stories during the two and a half hour program. The program is broadcast globally, including on NPR in the United States.
Professor Graffy also described the founding of Pepperdine University and the Caruso School of Law, and spoke about an article that she is co-authoring with professor Harry Caldwell on peremptory challenges, at the top of the news hour.
From BBC World Service Weekend:
Senior UN officials have warned that Russia’s decision not to renew the Black Sea grain deal could have dire consequences for the world’s most vulnerable. Martin Griffiths, the UN’s humanitarian chief, has warned that many may die as a result of Russia’s decision.
Also on the programme: turmoil in one of America’s most storied political families as Bobby Kennedy’s son, Robert Kennedy Jr., refers to conspiracy theories as part of his bid to win the Democratic party's presidential nomination; and remembering Tony Bennett, the American jazz singer who has died at the age of 96.
Joining Audrey Brown to discuss all this and more are Professor Colleen Graffy, law professor at Pepperdine Caruso Law School in Malibu, California and a former US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, and Tom Nuttall, a senior digital editor at the Economist.
The program may be found at BBC World Service