Today’s Woman will focus on immigration and divorce issues in both the U.S. and Iran with in-studio guest Dr. Michael H. Moghtader, immigration lawyer based in Los Angeles.
News and Views will advance its coverage of the IAEA report on Iran’s nuclear program with domestic and international reactions.
The program also reports that Iraq's parliament appeared likely to approve a comprehensive US military pact that would see all troops leave by the end of 2011 despite a loud and contentious debate of the measure.
NaV also continues its reporting on the Obama transition, with updates including the possibility of Senator Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State. Dr. Mark Katz will be on set to discuss Iran/US ties during an Obama administration.
Mehdi Khalaji, senior fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, will join Roundtable to discuss the potential for dialogue with Iran, and who in Iran would the point of contact.
Late Edition reports on the status of refugees from Afghanistan. There’s also coverage of the Press Freedom Awards, an interview with Abbas Maroufi about the anniversary of the murder of Iranian intellectuals, a talk show from the South African ghetto, and a review of new film releases.
Newstalk features its discussion of the week in US foreign policy.