Earlier this week, ISIS returned 46 hostages to Turkey, which has said it will not engage in military operations against the terrorist organization. We discuss Turkey's complicated relationship with ISIS with professor Henri Barkey.
Syrian and Iraqi refugees are pouring into Europe to escape ongoing conflicts in their countries. We'll discuss how Europe has been handling the influx with Elizabeth Collett, director of Migration Policy Institute Europe.
The U.S. and five Arab countries have begun a campaign of airstrikes against the Islamic State in Syria. We'll take a look at which countries have decided to join the U.S. with Gulf States scholar Joseph Kéchichian.
Political divisions have marked Libya since the fall of Qaddafi three years ago. Rival militias and political factions are vying for power and control of country. We'll find out what's driving the instability with Khaled M, a Libyan American recording artist and political activist.
Today Scots will decide whether or not to be independent from Britain. With more than 95% of eligible voters registered to vote, it is expected to be a close call. We'll discuss what this could mean for Scotland, with Scottish-Chicagoan Euan Hague.
Last week, Secretary of State John Kerry announced that the U.S. will provide nearly $500 million in humanitarian aid to Syria as part of its strategy for combating ISIS. We'll find out what's included in the aid package.
Edwin Chota, an anti-logging activist, was killed in Peru earlier this month in a remote Amazon region near the border with Brazil. We'll discuss the illegal logging industry in Peru, indigenous land rights, and the late Edwin Chota with his friend, David Salisbury.