In last night's midterm elections the Republicans won a majority in the Senate. We'll find out how that could affect U.S. foreign policy from James Lindsay, director of studies at the Council on Foreign Relations.
George Lopez joins us to talk about a potential diplomatic path forward with Syria. We talk about women's issues in India. Plus, we get to know Nicole Brandon, founder and president of Project Y.E.S. (Youth Earth Savers).
Joseph Kéchichian joins us from Lebanon to talk about how various Arab states feel about potential military intervention in Syria. We explore how mixed-race children born during American occupation in Germany impacted racial discourse in both countries. We meet the Italian pop sensation, Il Volo.
American views toward China are often characterized as mistrustful and cautious. NYU economics professor Ann Lee argues, however, that this wary approach often prevents us from drawing important lessons about the way China does things.