Gwen Ifill talks to the former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former National Security Adviser Steven Hadley about the issues at stake in a new round of direct peace talks between Israeli and Palestinian leaders.
The first peace negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians in nearly two years are set to resume in Washington next month. Jeffrey Brown talks with analysts David Makovsky and Ghaith Al-Omari about what could come out of -- or derail --…
By Talea Miller
Iran agreed to open its newly disclosed nuclear enrichment facility to international inspectors Thursday, but President Barack Obama warned that the nation must follow its words with action.
Iran said on Tuesday that it will not debate its "rights" to operate nuclear facilities but did signal that a timetable would soon be forthcoming for inspectors to visit a newly-revealed uranium-enrichment plant.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
In a break with past policy on Iran, the Bush administration is sending a delegate to weekend nuclear talks between Iran's chief nuclear negotiator and other world powers, including the European Union.
By PBS NewsHour
Envoys of Tibet's exiled government met with Chinese officials in Beijing on Tuesday in the second round of informal talks over the disputed region of Tibet, an area governed by China since the 1950s that was the site of violent…
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced this week that the United States would join Iran and Syria at a regional conference in Baghdad next month. Newspaper columnists discuss the decision and its implications.
Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., who recently returned from a trip to the Middle East where he visited several countries including U.S. foe Syria, discusses how he thinks Iraq's neighbors can help ease the sectarian violence.
President Bush and Iraqi Premier Nouri al-Maliki met in Jordan, Thursday, to discuss strategies in Iraq to combat sectarian violence. President Bush said that U.S. troops would stay in Iraq as long as necessary. Two experts discuss what may come…
President Bush welcomed North Korea's decision to re-enter six-party negotiations regarding its nuclear program Tuesday, three weeks after a nuclear test and nearly a year after shunning the talks. State Department undersecretary Nicholas Burns discusses the next steps.
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