شنبه ۵ اسفند ۱۳۹۶ ایران ۲۰:۱۲
Persian Primetime lineup 6/29
New & Views reports on the unexploded car bomb in London. Washington Report has the latest on a major breakthrough in the long delayed $7 billion Iran-Pakistan-India pipeline, with the three countries coming to an agreement on the issue of gas transportation charges. An update on the American/Iranian detainees in Iran, including State Department reaction to Radio Farda’s Parnaz Azima’s recent radio interview in which she called on the administration to stop its Iran Democracy funding plan. Congressional report on efforts to squeeze Iran economically by reducing its ability to import gasoline. Senator Lieberman (I-CT) reacts to Senator Lugar's (R-IN) recent speech on Iraq. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) holds a briefing on Iran's involvement in Iraq. Energy consultant and former board member of the NIOC (National Iranian Oil Company), Ghobad Fakhimi, discusses the rationing crisis in Iran. "Inside Iran" interview with the brother of a political prisoner slated for execution.
Roundtable host human rights activist Parviz Dastmalchi to discuss his latest book, "A Liberal Parliamentary Democracy."
Late Edition reports on a recent conference with American Foreign Policy Council Vice President Ilan Berman on his new book, "Taking on Tehran: Strategies for Confronting the Islamic Republic."
News Talk reviews the highlights of significant news in Iran including the current unrest over gas rationing. Guests include National Endowment for Democracy's Ali Afshari, University of Berlin researcher Mehran Barati and Hassan Mansoor, Professor of Economics of Energy at Schiller International University.