Reports by Pulitzer Center journalists for print, online and broadcast news outlets
April 24, 2015 / Foreign Policy Michael Edison Hayden, Sami Siva
Thousands of young Muslim men in Kashmir have turned to opiates to dull the trauma of a childhood marked by violence and death.
April 22, 2015 / ABC Australia | Radio National
Tom Hundley
Pulitzer Center senior editor Tom Hundley talks about how inexpensive motorcycles are transforming Asia in good ways and bad.
April 17, 2015 / Roads & Kingdoms
Michael Edison Hayden, Sami Siva
Police in places like Uri, along India’s border with Pakistan in Kashmir and Punjab, have become the last line of defense against the growing epidemic of heroin addiction in northern India.
June 23, 2011 / Newsweek
Sean Gallagher
Isaac Stone Fish examines China’s growing struggle to combat illegal drug trafficking across its border with North Korea. Photographer Sean Gallagher went to China on assignment for Newsweek to...
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June 23, 2011 / The National
Anna Badkhen
Now that the Taliban have taken over most of the villages in Balkh province, residents wonder what's next.
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June 22, 2011 / Truthdig
Reese Erlich
The future of Egypt's revolution could be at stake if groups of citizens continue to resist the protests in Tahrir Square.
June 20, 2011 / Newsweek
Isaac Stone Fish
In Yanji, China cross-border politics and a sense of hopelessness fuel a growing meth addiction. 
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June 20, 2011 / The Nation
Sharif Abdel Kouddous
Under Mubarak, Egyptian media was a state-controlled mouthpiece for the government. Now, in the wake of the revolution, the struggle for press freedom is far from over.
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June 20, 2011 / Jyllands-Posten
Anna-Katarina Gravgaard, Lorenzo Morales
Colombian coal miners are digging harder and deeper than ever before to bring supply energy to the world, but it is not without personal costs.
June 17, 2011 / Foreign Policy
Rebecca Hamilton
While many fear trouble in Southern Sudan with the upcoming split, Northern Sudan's instability is equally troubling.
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June 17, 2011 / Foreign Policy
Ellen Knickmeyer
How one Saudi woman fought for women's equality by taking her Hummer out for a spin.
June 16, 2011 / The Daily Beast
Lisa Armstrong, Andre Lambertson
Thousands of Haitians remain in camps in Port-au-Prince after a massive earthquake hit last year. Now, 16 months after the disaster, young girls are being forced to have sex in order to survive.
June 16, 2011 / The Atlantic
Anna Sussman
In Turkey, the AKP Islamist party implements policies that favor traditional family values at the expense of women’s rights.

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