Friday News Roundup - International
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and the Russian foreign minister hold talks in London on the Ukraine crisis, before the anticipated vote on a referendum in Crimea on Sunday. The head of the U.N. urges the U.S. and Russia to salvage Syrian peace talks. UNICEF reports that Syria is one of the most dangerous places on earth for children. And the search for the missing Malaysian airliner shifts West into the Indian Ocean after new data hints the plane was airborne hours after it lost contact. A panel of journalists join guest host Susan Page for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
deputy editor for News at Foreign Policy; author of the upcoming book "The Invisible Front."
diplomatic correspondent, NPR.
chief international affairs columnist for UPI; senior fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center and the Global Business Policy Council; and author - his latest novel is "The Resistance Man."