Today's Woman: The show, as a part of a series, will continue to discuss the process of parliamentary elections in Iran and elsewhere. The phoner-guests are lawyer and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Shirin Ebadi and journalist Baback Dad from Iran.
News & Views: Super "Tsunami" Tuesday Coverage. Live reports from Hillary HQ in New York and from the Los Angeles County Registars office. Babak Yektafar, Editor in Chief, Washington Prism, will join us live on set tomorrow to offer analysis on the significance of the election. Though we won't know the results, we nonetheless can take a macro view of the presidential race and talk about what's at stake as of tomorrow. London stringer Nazenin Ansari has an interview with Richard J. Douglas, who was appointed the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Counter narcotics in January 2006. He oversees the Department’s counter narcotics and counter proliferation policy efforts. He discusses counter narcotics efforts in Afghanistan, military assistance to Pakistan, and Iran’s alleged assistance of insurgents in Afghanistan. We will continue our coverage of the thawing relations between Iran and Egypt and comments from the Iranian foreign ministry that Ahmadenijad will not travel to Cairo contrary to media reports.
Roundtable hosts Cynthia Saine, VOA political reporter to discuss the Super Tuesday elections and its implications for the 2008 U.S. Presidential race. PNN political correspondent Siamak Deghanpour reports from Los Angeles on the California Primary.
Late Edition reports on "Tsunami" Tuesday with a live report from California.
NewsTalk hosts journalist Hossein Faraji and contributors Nasser Mohammadi and Rob Sobhani to discuss the recent "Committee to Protect Journalists" report which says that Iran is the fourth worst place for journalistic freedoms, the closing down of "Zanan" magazine and a comparison between the Iranian elections and American elections.