Keith Porter has been involved in international affairs journalism for almost 25 years. He has reported from over 20 different countries and interviewed hundreds of world leaders and foreign policy experts.
Radio documentary projects produced and co-produced by Keith have involved prominent broadcasters including Walter Cronkite, David Brancaccio, David Brown, Charlayne Hunter-Gault, Simon Marks, and Kristin McHugh.
Keith is Director of Communication and Outreach and Executive Radio Producer for the Stanley Foundation, an international affairs policy and educational group in the American Midwest. (The views expressed here are his and do not reflect those of the foundation.)
From Keith Porter:
This site offers the best web resources for understanding the incredible changes taking place in the world. It is a basic tenet of this site that all Americans should care about world affairs and America's role on the global stage.
U.S. foreign policy affects almost every aspect of our daily lives. Prices, jobs, the supply of gasoline, taxes, and the life and death of our nation's soldiers are impacted by how we interact with the rest of the world.
We must also be aware of how others are affected by America's actions. At our best, the United States can bring hope and light to the neediest people in the world. At our worst, we bring pain, breed fear and unleash the fury of those who conclude we are part of the same tyranny against which they have always fought.
- Brazil Rising
Keith is co-producer of this radio documentary featuring David Brown.
- Stanley Foundation Radio Documentaries
Award winning radio projects Keith has developed on Iran, Arab media, global security, and more.
Keith serves as deputy editor of this quarterly publication on world affairs.