President Obama started his trip through Asia this week in China. He and Chinese President Xi Jinping came together to discuss a host of issues, including an agreement to reduce carbon emissions. We'll discuss the two countries' goals with Asia Society's Orville Schell.
A majority of the two million Catalan's who went to the polls on Sunday voted in favor of independence from Spain. We'll talk about the results with Alan Clendenning, Madrid Bureau Chief for the Associated Press.
Investigative journalist Eric Schlosser spent six years examining the state of the U.S. nuclear arsenal. His joins us to talk about his book 'Command and Control: Nuclear Weapons, the Damascus Accident, and the Illusion of Safety,' which documents his findings.
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.
Last week Sweden recognized Palestine as a state. This week, the Israeli government approved plans to build new homes in East Jerusalem.Jeremy Ben-Ami, founder and president of J Street, joins us to discuss what the latest developments mean for the peace process.
After a 27-year rule, Burkina Faso's president sought to extend his term through a constitutional change. The resulting protests in the country forced Blaise Compaore to step down. We'll discuss the state of democracy in Africa with Richard Joseph, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.