Today's Woman discusses divorce laws in Iran and the disparate treatment of men and women in Iran's judicial system.

News & Views: Iran will not retreat "one iota" from its nuclear program, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Tuesday just hours before his new chief negotiator was to meet Western diplomats for the first time. The Rome talks, with European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana, will be the first since Saeed Jalili's appointment on Saturday which might signal that Tehran has hardened its line on the nuclear program, analysts say. We will have a live phoner with Menache Amir, former VOA Persian service chief of Israeli Radio, to discuss Olmert’s international meetings vis a vis Iran. Fmr. ambassador Peter Galbraith joins us to discuss the tensions on the Iraq-Turkish border.

Roundtable hosts veteran journalist for Deutsche Weil radio, Hossein Farraji. We discuss the internal political divisions in Iran in light of Larijani's surprise resignation as Iran's top nuclear negotiator, the recent student protest, and the story behind the early release of Kazem Darabi, condemned murderer of Mikonos terrorist act.

Late Edition explores the escalating crisis on the Turkish-Iraq border.

NewsTalk: Former Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction, Paul Janiczek, and contributor Nasser Mohammadi discuss Iran's nuclear program and Iran's relationship with Iraq.