"The notion that things are getting better just because Israel and Palestine are talking," says Phyllis Bennis, "simply isn't the case."
Phyllis Bennis discusses Afghanistan's presidential election and how it is being shaped by corruption and the U.S.' military presence on The Real News.
IPS Fellow Daphne Wysham debates whether the Senate Democrats' all-nighter means that they are serious about tackling global warming.
The failure of the pro-Israel lobby to force Congress to vote for intervention into Syria or for additional sanctions on Iran represents a significant decline in its influence.
Emira Woods discusses the international community's concerns regarding the ongoing humanitarian crisis in the Central African Republic on Voice of America.
CCTV interviews Sanho Tree, drug policy expert, on Uruguay's "historic and counterintuitive" decision to be the first country in the world to legalize the production and sale of marijuana.
Phyllis Bennis traces her development from an active Zionist youth to a leading U.S. critic of Israel and international anti-war activist on The Real News.
Emira Woods speaks on the significance of Nelson Mandela's passing on CCTV America: "The spirit of Mandela lives on, a spirit that continues to fight for justice."
Sarah Anderson, author of new report "Fast-food CEOs Rake in Taxpayer-Subsidized Pay," reveals how taxpayers are funding both the bottom and top of the fast food industry on Democracy Now!
Tamron Hall discusses the latest developments in Syria with Phyllis Bennis and others on MSNBC's NewsNation.