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Global Politics

Regional implications of Musharraf resignation

To cover regional implications on Musharraf's resignation, we hear from Tinku Ray in New Delhi; Stephen Cohen, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution speaks to us from Islamabad; humanitarian aid worker Rory Steward offers his thoughts from Kabul; and former Afghani Minister of the Interior Ali Ahmad Jalali joins us from Washington, DC.

Lifestyle & Belief

Evolution and Islam

Evolution versus creationism, it's a topic that's typically debated in the U.S. within the context of Christianity. But an article in the latest issue of the journal Science suggests that debate is heating up in the Muslim world.

Global Politics

Feudal power in Pakistan

Feudal traditions in Pakistan may be an obstacle to democracy there. The World's Laura Lynch reports on how wealthy Pakistani landowners with strong political connections still wield a great deal of power over the rural people.

Conflict & Justice

Mumbai attacks trial

The lone surviving gunman from Mumbai attacks last November has been telling a court in India about his recruitment. Rand Corporation's Christine Fair tells Lisa Mullins that Indians wonder whether those who planned the attack in Pakistan will face trial.