By PBS NewsHour
Andrew Tabler of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and Joshua Landis of the University of Oklahoma join Jeffrey Brown to discuss their reactions to the first round of Syrian peace talks, the delays for the Assad regime in…
By News Desk
U.N. envoy Lakhdar Brahimi met separately with representatives of the Syrian government and opposition Friday as both sides expressed doubts in the negotiations in Geneva, Switzerland to end Syria's civil war.
The Western-backed Syrian National Coalition is currently meeting in Istanbul to vote on whether it will go to upcoming talks in Geneva, aimed at bringing a political resolution to the war in Syria. Hari Sreenivasan talks to chief foreign correspondent…
Interim deal on Iran nuclear program draws cautious support as well as criticism…
News Wrap: Susan Rice urges Afghan President Karzai to sign security deal…
Margaret Warner reports from Geneva on the deal reached late last night in the international discussions over Iran’s nuclear capabilities.
At Geneva talks, conflict over Iran's right to enrich is 'resolved and finessed'…
Debate to change a rule to make it easier to act on most presidential judicial nominations…
Negotiators gathered in Geneva to resume talks over reining in Iran's nuclear program…
Trust concerns, process questions delay substantive talk about Iran in Geneva…
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