Today's Woman discusses depression and women with psychologist Homa Mahmodi.
News & Views: We report on Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte’s testimony to Congress this week, saying that continued engagement with Pakistan was the "only option" despite President Pervez Musharraf's declaration of emergency rule: "We cannot afford to return to our past estrangement," Negroponte told Congress. Alain Greche, editor in chief of Le Monde Diplomatique, will be live on the phone to discuss the Sarkozy’s trip to the US and the resurrected US/French relationship. Dr. Steven Kull, director of the Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA) joins us live to discuss recent polling on U.S. public opinion on policy towards Iran and his own poll conducted earlier this year of Iranians. Ian Vasquez of the Cato Institute joins us to discuss the World Bank's programs vis a vis Iran, and its recent suspension of lending to Iran in response to new American sanctions, and sanction’s long term affect on Iran’s banking system.
Roundtable hosts Mr. Behzad Ranjbaran, a musical composer and faculty member of the Juliard School, to discuss his work.
Late Edition reports on a recent Atlas Foundation panel discussion, “Understanding the International Implications of Geopolitics and Economics of Iran”.
NewsTalk hosts contributor Rob Sobhani and Kayhan London editor Ahmad Aharar on Iranian regional foreign policy, Ahmadinejad's announcement this week on Iran's nuclear program and the pressure on journalists in Iran.