Today’s Woman will have Berlin film festival participant Akhtar Ghasemi who will discuss the film "About Elly," and satirist Ibrahim Nabavi will discuss recent political events.
News and Views will update on Secretary of State Clinton’s trip to Asia and her discussions in Japan, and there’s a report on the latest on the outcome of the elections in Israel. Dr. Robert Satloff of Washington Institute for Near East Policy to discuss US diplomatic efforts in the Arab/Israeli conflict, how the peace process should proceed, and how Iran will affect the process. There’s also coverage or reports that Russia will not toughen its stance against Iran, and a continuation of NaV’s series on pollution and the environment in Iran.
Dr. Azar Nafisi, Iranian author and university professor will join Roundtable to discuss her new book, "Things I Have Been Silent About".
Late Edition updates on the trial of a Khmer Rouge jailer. There’s also coverage of the latest cell phone technology, a nine year old boy who’s developed software for the IPhone, the Porsche museum in Germany, and a preview of the film “Gomorrah”
Newstalk hosts Dr Rob Sobhani in DC and Nasser Mohammedi in London to discuss news of the day.