Iraqi Kurdish soldiers and Syrian rebels join the battle against ISIS in Kobani, the search continues for missing students in Mexico, and the last U.S. Marines pull out of a key base in Afghanistan. Please join us to discuss this week's top international stories
Guest Host: Susan Page
A panel talks about the work in the U.N. on a resolution against Iraq, and what the ongoing negotiations and their outcome mean for U.S. policy towards Iraq.
- Leonard Spector Director of the Washington office of the Monterey Institute's Center for Nonproliferation Studies
- Diane Orentlicher professor, international law, American University
- Ruth Wedgwood professor of international law at Johns Hopkins University and senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations
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