Today's Woman speaks with Dr. Mansour Moaddel, a public opinion researcher at Eastern Michigan University to discuss public opinion in Iran and the region.
News & Views: In today’s Washington Report we will lead with U.S. Secretary of State Rice meeting with her Russian counterpart in Brussels Friday for talks on Iran, in the wake of a new U.S. intelligence assessment that Tehran halted its nuclear weapons program in 2003. We will also have reactions from EU foreign ministers who say they will continue to stay the course and push for strong sanctions against Iran. From the Hill we have continuing reaction to the NIE report. Donald Kerr, Deputy Director of National intelligence testified in front of the House intelligence committee and largely agreed with the report’s findings when the issue came up. From inside Iran we have a package that will feature that last few days of student demonstrations around the country. Our interviewees will elaborate on the significance of the anniversary of 16 Azar.
Roundtable observes Iranian student day (16 Azar) with a number of student activists.
Late Edition reports on the International Climate Conference currently underway in Bali, Indonesia.
NewsTalk hosts VOA correspondent Siamak Deghanpour and State Department spokesman David Foley for our weekly wrap up of U.S. foreign policy and regional news.