Over the weekend, EU and NATO leaders reportedly considered possible solutions to Russia's invasion into Ukraine, including the possibility of a NATO rapid-reaction force. John Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago will explain the politics of the situation.
A U.S. judge says Argentina must repay hedge funds that own bonds the country had defaulted on in 2001. Argentina has asked for a stay in the ruling. Stephen Nelson, a professor of political science at Northwestern University who specializes in the politics of debt, explains the case.
Argentina’s new gender identity law went into effect this week. Said to be the first of its kind, it allows individuals to legally change their gender without any kind of medical endorsement or procedure.
Worldview talks with Michael Madero, assistant coach for the University of Chicago's men's soccer team, about the upcoming 2012 European Championships. Then we hear about Argentina's new gender identity law, which allows individuals to legally change their gender without any kind of medical procedure. And, Jerome confronts his new nemesis as Bike to Work Week begins in Chicago.