To get what you want in foreign policy, according to Madeleine Albright, you've got military force at one end of the spectrum. And at the other end are words of reason. Secretary Albright stopped by our studios to chat with Marco Werman.
Since US forces ousted the Taliban in Afghanistan in late 2001, the face of Afghan leadership has belonged principally to one man: Hamid Karzai. The World's Alex Gallafent looks at the changing image in the west of Afghanistan's president, Hamid Karzai.
There's a battle of sorts under way at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. The rabbi overseeing Judaism's holiest site has banned new immigrant ceremonies at the Wall. Reporter Linda Gradstein has the story.
Today, Iran's foreign minister said Iran will not give up its right to enrich uranium at home. We speak with Joseph Cirincione, a non-proliferation expert and president of the Ploughshares Fund in Washington.
In Spain, the economic crisis is hitting small towns particularly hard. Now, basic public services such as trash pick-up are going neglected in places such as the village of Collbato, in northeast Spain. The World's Gerry Hadden has the story.
An Italian judge has convicted 23 Americans ? all but one of them CIA agents ? and two Italian secret agents for the 2003 kidnap of a Muslim cleric. Marco Werman talks with John Radsan, who served as the CIA's assistant general counsel from 2002 to 2004
President Obama's Asia visit will conclude this week in South Korea. Many South Koreans are more worried about their government's decision to dispatch troops to Afghanistan. Jason Strothers previews the President's visit.