Today’s Woman: The show will begin with coverage of current events, focusing on issues related to women. Next, the show will discuss the life and work of our in-studio guest Ms. Simin Behbahani, prominent Iranian women's activist and poet. Areas of focus will include her contributions to the women's movement in Iran and how artists contribute to women's movements overall.
News & Views: Russia's U.N. ambassador urged Iran on Monday to drop its opposition to talks with six key nations trying to ensure that its nuclear program is peaceful, saying the only way to resolve the dispute is through negotiations. EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana ruled out on Tuesday meeting with Iran's chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili in the near future. Iranian authorities have confirmed contested election results in another 36 districts throughout the country, including the capital, Tehran. A spokesman for the hardline Guardian Council, Abbas Ali Kadkhodaei, says the group has now confirmed the authenticity of ballots in more than 100 constituencies from a total of 207 across Iran. Richard White, founder and President of the Southern Center for International Studies, in Athens, Georgia will be the guest on NAV on Tuesday to talk about the gathering of the five former secretaries of states and their discussion of dialogue with Tehran.
Roundtable hosts contributor Alireza Nourizadeh for a wrapup discussion of the latest news.
Late Edition reports on the 30 year anniversary of the referendum that created the Islamic Republic of Iran.
NewsTalk hosts contributor Nasser Mohammadi and Dr. Feraidoun Khavand, an economist, will be on the phone from Paris to discuss the latest news from Iran, with a focus on the economic situation in that country.