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.
March 26, 2015 / The New Yorker
Matt Black
Photographer Matt Black documents life in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero.
March 26, 2015 / The New Yorker
Matt Black
Last year, 43 students went missing from Iguala, Mexico. Award winning photojournalist Matt Black documents the lives of their families.
March 24, 2015 / Yale Environment 360
Dan Grossman
For two towns in northern India, melting glaciers have had very different impacts—one town has benefited from flowing streams and bountiful harvests, but the other's water supply has dried up.
March 24, 2015 / Slate
Jens Erik Gould, David Rochkind
Tuberculosis isn’t history, and it’s much more dangerous than malaria or Ebola.
March 24, 2015 / The Atlantic
Ana P. Santos
Migrant mothers from the Philippines are raising kids through care packages.
March 23, 2015 / Ozymandias
Eve Fairbanks
Remember the 2005 pitch by technology visionary Nicholas Negroponte for $100 laptops for all children? Aimed at self-empowered learning? Fell flat most places, but not in Uruguay.
March 23, 2015 / Politico Magazine
Nora FitzGerald, Misha Friedman
Putin's Russia has allowed violence against the LGBT community to spike.
March 21, 2015 / The New York Times
Jeneen Interlandi
Can mapping neural pathways help us make friends with our enemies?
March 20, 2015 / Channel 4
Callum Macrae
A Sri Lankan Tamil asylum seeker who claims to have suffered extensive torture before escaping to the UK has won a last minute reprieve just hours before he was due to be forcibly deported.
March 19, 2015 / The Washington Post
Spike Johnson
Lured off the streets by false promises and recruited into the army as young boys, they returned home as men years later.

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