Today’s Woman will discuss the United Nations fifty-first session of the Commission on the Status of Women with guest Ms. Elahe Hicks, human rights activist based in New York. The show will
also include phone interviews with psychologist Ms. Mahdis Kamkar, and university professor Ms. Shokoo Navobinejad from inside Iran.
News and Views reports President Obama’s meeting with British PM Gordon, and updates on Obama’s letter to Russia regarding Iran. There’s also coverage of Secretary of State Clinton’s trip to the Palestinian territories. Salameh Nematt, international editor for The Daily Beast, will discuss the situation in Gaza, as well as Iran’s role in Iraq. From inside Iran there are interviews regarding Iran’s upcoming elections, as well as events in Baluchistan.
Roundtable hosts the webmaster from Antiwar.com, Eric Garris, who will talk about his organization’s efforts for non-intervention.
Late Edition updates on Secretary of State Clinton’s trip to the Middle East. There’s also coverage of the student movement in Iran, a story on how exercise helps kick addiction, a “love” museum in India, a look at Britney Spear’s “comeback” concert, and a tribute to jazz musician Thelonious Monk.
Newstalk features political analysts Alireza Nourizadeh from London and Moshen Sazegara, in the DC studio to discuss news of the week.