Professor Colleen Graffy Interviewed on Turkey and Syria Earthquakes -- NPR and BBC World Service Radio
Professor Colleen P. Graffy is interviewed on the news segment "Turkey and Syria Death Toll Continues to Rise" for NPR and BBC World Service Radio. Professor Graffy was a featured guest on the BBC program "Weekend," along with CBS News Foreign Correspondent in London, Ramy Inocencio, discussing the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria, fighter jets to Ukraine, and the drying up of the Great Salt Lake in Utah among other topics. The two-hour radio program is also broadcast on NPR. Professor Graffy’s comments included teaching international environmental law at Pepperdine Caruso Law, and the US publication of the book “The Presidents: 250 Years of American Political Leadership” to which she contributed the chapter on President George H. W. Bush.
From BBC Weekend:
More than 28, 000 people are now known to have died in Turkey and Syria as a result of this week's earthquakes. Also in the programme: The US military has shot down a new unidentified object over Canada's northwestern territory of Yukon. And we speak to Thinlay Chukki the representative of the Dalai Lama at the UN in Geneva ahead of the China’s Review by the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
Joining Julian Worricker to discuss these and other stories are Colleen Graffy, Associate Professor of Law, Caruso School of Law, Pepperdine University in California. She's also a former United States Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Ramy Inocencio, the CBS News Foreign Correspondent in London.
The news segment may be found at BBC Weekend (Professor Graffy at 3:46)