Foreign Correspondents

    • 11.27.12

      Interviews with a Commander and a Rebel Soldier in the FSA

      VICE reached out to Robert King in an attempt to arrive at the twisted core of the matter in Syria. Today, we're serving up two interviews he conducted with the commander of the largest FSA brigade in Aleppo and a carpenter turned FSA rebel.

    • 11.26.12

      Robert King Is the Bulletproof Ghost of Conflict Reporting

      The situation in Syria is like many others throughout history—the eventual fallout of a religious minority ruling and oppressing the majority. I’m just trying to record it all, and I’ll be back soon. That’s the best I can do.

    • 11.12.12

      I Went to Syria to Learn How to Be a Journalist

      Sunil Patel had never been published before he decided to go to Syria in August 2012 to become a war correspondent. It was a foolish idea for sure, and he almost died several times during his trip, but we still think his story was worth the risk.

    • 11.6.12

      Laurence Haim in the White House Press Pool

      Canal Plus reporter Laurence Haim discusses the frustration involved in trying to explain the complex electoral college to French people, and why Ohio is so important to that process. Some Ohioans she meets support Romney, some support Obama, and some...

    • 11.2.12

      An Al Jazeera Reporter in Little Havana

      In this episode of 'Foreign Correspondents,' we get a sense of the chaos at the final presidential debate in Miami. Then we follow Al Jazeera correspondent Mohammed Al-Alami as he ventures into Little Havana to do a story on Cuban Americans—that is, if...

    • 10.30.12

      Laurence Haim at the Hofstra Presidential Debate

      i-Télé correspondent Laurence Haim hits the second presidential debate in Long Island, voicing her frustrations about the limited access granted to foreign press and looking forward to joining President Obama on the campaign trail. Laurence and her...

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    • 10.23.12

      A Hong Kong State Radio Reporter at CPAC

      China has a one-party system, so Ben has always been bewildered by the pageantry of our elections. Watch as he attempts to wrap his head around one of America's silliest, and most important, traditions.

    • 10.15.12

      Laurence Haim of i>Télé at the Presidential Debate

      In the premiere episode of 'Foreign Correspondents,' we examine the the future of journalism in the "Tweetocracy," corporate sponsorship of the American democratic process, and Rudy Giuliani explains why being a socialist in America is a bad thing.