Unrest in Egypt

January 31, 2011

Protesters in Egypt vow to continue their demonstrations until President Hosni Mubarak resigns. Leaders in the Arab world have been shaken by waves of protests -- in Egypt, Yemen and elsewhere after Tunisia's government fell. Jordan's nervous monarchy is promising reform. What the turmoil could mean for the region and U.S. interests.

News Roundup - Hour 2

January 28, 2011

Egyptian police continue to battle anti-government protesters. A Hezbollah-backed billionaire is set to become Lebanon's new prime minister. And Russian Prime Minister Putin vows retribution against those behind the Moscow airport bombing...

Anti-Government Protests in Egypt

January 27, 2011

Egyptian authorities crack down on new protests after thousands take to the streets of Cairo and other cities. The anti-government demonstrations follow the recent toppling of Tunisia's authoritarian government. Concerns for the...

Aminatta Forna:  "The Memory of Love"

Aminatta Forna: "The Memory of Love"

January 25, 2011

The author of a new novel set in the war-torn African nation where she grew up discusses how people are shaped by violence and love.

What's Next For Guantanamo

What's Next For Guantanamo

January 24, 2011

The administration plans to resume military trials at Guantanamo. New spending curbs by Congress helped derail President Obama’s pledge to close the prison. What's next for Gitmo.

News Roundup - Hour 2

January 21, 2011

Leading Arab nations suspend efforts to help Lebanon end a government crisis; Iraq is shaken by a sharp spike in violence; and South Korea agrees to military talks with the North. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the...

Tunisia and the Arab World

January 20, 2011

At least four cabinet members have resigned from the newly formed government in Tunisia: What weeks of street protests mean for Tunisia and authoritarian regimes elsewhere in the Arab world.

News Roundup - Hour 2

January 14, 2011

Defense Secretary Gates meets with East Asian leaders. The collapse of Lebanon's government plunges the country into political uncertainty. And Southern Sudan's referendum on independence. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of...

Kathryn Bolkovac:  "The Whistleblower"

Kathryn Bolkovac: "The Whistleblower"

January 11, 2011

Sex trafficking, military contractors and the woman who blew the whistle. A Nebraska cop-turned-U.N.-peacekeeper in Bosnia exposes the exploitation of women by some of the very people hired to safeguard them.

International Issues Outlook

International Issues Outlook

January 3, 2011

Foreign policy challenges in 2011. A look ahead at the U.S. role in Afghanistan and Pakistan, global economic trends and America’s influence in the world.

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