Today's Woman hosts a discussion on the influential works of the French writer Simone de Beauvoir. Our guest is Chala Chafigh, a writer and human rights activist from Paris.
News & Views: Comprehensive coverage of President Bush’s trip to the Middle East. President Bush said he saw a new opportunity for peace in the Holy Land as he arrived in Israel on Wednesday at the start of a landmark regional tour marked by escalating tensions with Iran. Anchor Setareh Derrakshesh will report live from Jerusalem with the latest news. Philip Wilcox, Middle East Institute, joins us for analysis. Interview with Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev and Palestinian Authority official Hanan Ashwari. The Pentagon fed in video (with natural sound audio) of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard/US ship incident. Iran’s state media call the video a “fabrication.” From inside Iran we have an interview with Nobel Laureate Shirin Ebadi on Human Rights Watch report titled “You can detain anyone for anything,” which focuses on how Iran’s government is relying on broadly worded security laws to suppress virtually any public expression of dissent.
Roundtable discusses the results of the New Hampshire primary and its implication for the '08 presidential race with correspondent Siamak Deghanpour from New Hampshire and contributor Shayan Samaii on set .
Late Edition reports on the New Hampshire primaries.
NewsTalk hosts contributors Alireza Nourizadeh and Mohsen Sarzgara to discuss the latest news on Iran, the President's trip to the Middle East and the naval incident in the Persian Gulf.