Worldview: Obama picks for NSA and U.N., Chinese and U.S. interest in Trinidad and Tobago and a call to save snow leopards

June 6, 2013


(AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
UN Amb. Susan Rice, President Barack Obama's choice to be National Security Adviser, 2nd from right, resigning National Security Adviser Tom Donilon, right, and Samantha Power, nominee to be UN Amb., left, arrive in White House Rose Garden, Wednesday, June 5, 2013, where president made announcement.

On Worldview Thursday, what Obama's picks for National Security Adviser and the U.N. will mean for diplomatic relations, a look at why Trinidad and Tobago are a hot spot for China and the U.S. And how the Tibetan Alliance of Chicago is trying to save snow leopards.