Iran's president accuses the U.S. Congress of meddling in the nuclear deal. The White House will remove Cuba from the terrorism-sponsor list. And Europe files an anti-trust case against Google. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
Libya announced the halt of all its programs for developing weapons of mass destruction, just one day after Iranian officials officially agreed to allow intrusive inspections of that country’s nuclear facilities. A panel talks about Iran’s intentions, Libya’s motivations, and more.
- Paul Leventhal founding president of the Nuclear Control Institute
- Shaul Bakhash professor of history at George Mason University
- Rose Gottemoeller Formerly a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace,she now serves as director of the Carnegie Moscow Center.
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