The won't recognize an upcoming Crimean referendum to join Russia. We'll get an update from Jeffrey Mankoff from the Center for Strategic and International Studies. And a new report by the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack says there were hundreds of violent attacks on teachers, students and school buildings in the last five years alone. Diya Nijhowne, the group’s director, will detail some of the attacks.
The Carnegie Endowment’s Andrew Weiss analyzes the state of U.S-Russia relations. The international film festival season is off and running. We take a look at which festival matters most these days. Plus, this weekend's local events take us to Latin America and Europe.
Computers and hard drives are destroyed at 'The Guardian.' Declassified documents reveals CIA's role in the 1953 coup in Iran. A kiss between two Russian female athletes calls Russian anti-gay propaganda laws into question.
We talk with a lawyer representing Guantanamo detainees about his decision to participate in the ongoing hunger strike for a week. Writer Julia Ioffe joins Worldview to talk about how the Russians have handled the Edward Snowden case. Two local teachers take their passion for education to Ghana.