On this edition of ST, we listen back to a broadcast from late February. At that time, our guest was psychologist and author Kenneth E. Miller, who has been working with war-affected communities since 1991 as a researcher, clinician, organizational consultant, and filmmaker. Miller joined us to discuss his then-new book, "War Torn: Stories of Courage, Love, and Resilience." With 200 million people affected by armed conflict or genocide worldwide today, refugees are appearing in record numbers; indeed, not since World War II have so many war-affected migrants been relocating around the globe. Miller's book takes us beyond the headlines and directly into the lives of civilians caught up in the destructive power of warfare and its aftermath -- in Afghanistan, Iraq, Bosnia, Guatemala, and Sri Lanka. Please note that you can access a free, on-demand audio-stream of this interview here.