Today's Woman examines the case of a recently released political prisoner and the prospect of her being sent back to prison for demonstrations in support of womens' rights in Iran.
News & View: In the Washington Report we’ll advance the Pakistan crisis story by providing the latest reactions from the State Dept as well as anything that came out of a White House background briefing that was held late Monday. An interview with White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe on the release of nine Iranian prisoners in the coming days, including two captured when U.S. troops stormed an Iranian government office in Irbil last January. In depth analysis of French President Sarkozy’s speech to congress at 11 am ET. Sarkozy said on Tuesday that the idea of an Iran armed with a nuclear weapon was unacceptable to France, but stressed Paris would remain open to dialogue. Larry Haas, VP of the Committee on the Present Danger, and former communications director for VP Al Gore, is will join us live on set, to talk about, among other things, his recent article "Time for a new coalition of the willing against Iran."
Roundtable hosts Ladan Bourimand, a spokesperson for the Bourimand Foundation, discusses online resources for finding information on missing persons in Iran.
Late Edition reports on French President Nicholas Sarkozy's visit to the United States and the strengthen ties between France and the U.S.
NewsTalk hosts contributors Mohsen Sarzgara and Alireza Nourizadeh to discuss news of the day including Sarkozy's visit to U.S., Iran and the region and Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's recent remarks about Iran and the West.