India’s Supreme Court banned the practice of “instant divorce” by Muslim men last week.
We ask Trita Parsi, president of the National Iranian American Council, about the future of the Iran nuclear deal.
We’ll talk about China’s school dropout crisis with Wen Huang, a Chicago-based writer, journalist, and human rights advocate.
Marissa J. Moorman, editor and professor of African History at Indiana University, joins us to discuss the Angolan elections.
Facets Multi-Media Director Milos Stehlik reviews two Argentinian films: The Long Night of Francisco Sanctis and Kekszakallu.
Playwright Tom Geoghegan talks about his play, ‘Monticello’ — a hypothetical meeting between Edgar Allan Poe and Thomas Jefferson.
Several countries are developing killer robots, similar to self-driving cars, to locate and eliminate targets without human intervention.
Comedian Rajiv Satyal and musician Taylor Alexander give us a taste of their show ‘Taking A Stand.‘
Cities need trees more than ever to maintain good biodiversity and air quality. We’ll discuss the vital role of trees in urban life.
Spanish authorities are re-evaluating their counterterrorism efforts after last week’s attacks in Barcelona.