Stories about Foreign Correspondent

What’s really going on in Hong Kong

Protestors flooded the streets this June, but the roots of the conflict between the island and mainland China run deep.

The ‘Trump Doctrine’ is sinking fast

The Iranian government saw the President’s vacillation as a sign of weakness, one journalist tells me, ''Iran was ready to retaliate on an unbelievable scale.”

Russia sees through Trump’s Iran bluster, but has Middle East problems of its own

By trying to isolate Russia and Iran, the US is only isolating itself.

At 83, piano legend Larry Vuckovich recounts a ‘Fascinating Jazz Life’

Raw garlic, organic greens, and a history playing with the greats: The Bay Area favorite has all the essential elements

Foreign Correspondent: Live, from Moscow

A Russian TV host shares thoughts on Iran, Syria, the United States, and Putin.

Will Julian Assange get a fair trial in the US?

He's pissed off pretty much everyone with any power in Washington DC.

Contemporary fado queen Mariza comes to SFJAZZ

The Portuguese-Mozambican singer has helped bring the mournful, elegant form born of slavery and longing into the modern era.

The Ukraine elections, Putin, and Trump

How the presidential election in a former Soviet state is related to the Russiagate scandal

How the media distort news from Venezuela

Most of the reporters are echoing the lines of the Trump Administration -- as if anything Trump says is credible.

From Mali to Memphis: Dee Dee Bridgewater fires up the soul of her youth

The brilliant blues-jazz singer digs deep into her past for latest release—and puts one over on Elvis.