January 10, 2013
Posted: 2349 GMT
Lauren Wolfe, Director of Women Under Siege, came on the show today to talk about the staggering statistics that show increasing violence against women in Syria.
January 9, 2013
Posted: 035 GMT
Former U.S. Middle East negotiator Aaron David Miller came on the show to discuss the controversy surrounding Chuck Hagel’s nomination.
November 7, 2012
Posted: 2152 GMT
Robert Reich says when he first heard President Obama had been reelected he felt “relief.” Listen to why he believes Obama is the right person to work on the economy from the White House.
October 18, 2012
Posted: 2215 GMT
Lawrence Rubin from Georgia Tech came on the show today and talked about whether sanctions against Syria are making a difference. Listen to who he believes is hurting the most from these sanctions.
October 17, 2012
Posted: 2227 GMT
Presidential debate questioner, Kerry Ladka, talks to Hala about how he came up with his question for the candidates. Listen to hear if he is satisfied with their answers and if he has chosen a candidate to support.
October 11, 2012
Posted: 2115 GMT
In today’s in depth look at Syria we talk to Hugh Pope with the International Crisis Group about the risk of armed conflict between Turkey and Syria. Listen as Pope describes the possibility of these tensions turning into a crisis for Turkey.
October 6, 2012
Posted: 246 GMT
CNN’s Chief Political Anchor, Wolf Blitzer, came on the show today to break down the latest jobs report and how the candidates are responding.
October 4, 2012
Posted: 2311 GMT
We go in depth to show you the ancient treasures being destroyed by the ongoing fighting in Syria. Watch to see what has been destroyed and what is trying to be done about it.
October 3, 2012
Posted: 2355 GMT
Presidential historian, Douglas Brinkley, came on the show to preview the first debate between Mitt Romney and President Obama. He says the candidates have to be gaffe-free in a challenge of "not messing up."
October 2, 2012
Posted: 2022 GMT
CNN and CNN International's coverage of the fall of Hosni Mubarak was recognized with an Emmy award in New York yesterday. International Desk was one of the key shows during the historic events that led to the ouster of the longtime Egyptian president. For several non-stop days, our show was in rolling breaking news coverage as protestors in their millions demanded Mubarak leave office. We are honored to be part of a network whose field journalism and on air production during those days was recognized with such a prestigious award.
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