The Council on Foreign Relation's Dan Markey assesses the history and path forward for US-Pakistan relations. We learn about a new movement-based play from Theatre Y that explores the Testament of Abraham.
The Associated Press' Lori Hinnant gives us an update from France on the latest NSA allegations. Monica Eng gives us an update on the debate over labeling genetically modified food in the U.S. Honduras has one of the highest murder rates in the world. Dr. Juan Almendares gives us his take on why.
According to the Economist, Venezuela's inflation rates are near 49 percent. The country hasn't seen levels like that since the 1990's. We'll take a look at how the country is doing. Plus, Tal National performs live in studio.
Turkey lifts a nearly 90 -year -old ban on headscarves that was first established to separate religion and the state. We'll take a look at the state of Turkish politics. We'll also talk with Pulitzer Prize winning author A. Scott Berg about America's 28th President, Woodrow Wilson.
Demetrios Papademtriou of the Migration Policy Institute explains what future E.U. migration policy might look like. Ikbel Achour of the University of Illinois updates us on Tunisia's political situation. Filmmaker Paula Kweskin and activist Rahell Raza on their new film, 'Honor Diaries.'
Greece's economic troubles may have actually cultivated a 'New Wave' of filmmakers, Milos Stehlik reviews the Chicago International Film Festival pick 'Wild Duck'. Then, your Weekend Passport to global events in Chicago with Nari Safavi.