Conflict & Justice

Will more countries follow Egypt?

Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Council on Foreign Relations fellow Steven Cook about the prospects for a regional "domino effect" in Egypt's neighborhood. They discuss the likelihood for change in countries including Algeria, Libya, and Syria.

Conflict & Justice

Russia's media and terrorism

Russia's state-run TV did not initially tell viewers about Monday's bombings but news consumers did find ample live coverage of the attacks on the Web. Moscow based journalist Masha Gessen says Russians don't expect much from TV news.

Conflict & Justice

Iraq's future

We ask reporters, 'What does the future of Iraq look like from there?' We hear from The World's Matthew Bell in Jerusalem and Matthew Brunnwasser in Istanbul. Also, The World's Katy Clark tells us how Washington views Iraq's future.

Global Politics

The journalist who broke the NSA story says surveillance technology is out of control

When news broke revealing the extent of the NSA’s data collection strategies, it quickly became not only the most-talked about story of the year, but it raised all sorts of questions regarding the privacy of citizens and the constitutionality of mass surveillance. Journalist Glenn Greenwald helped break the stories and says we need to rein in the runaway surveillance.