David Albright of the Institute for Science and International Security assesses what this first visit of an IAEA team suggests
about Iran’s new willingness to cooperate in the the inspection process.
The South Africa of Nelson Mandela's birth was a different nation from the one he leaves behind. Jeffrey Brown gets perspective
on Mandela's impact from three South Africans: Penelope Andrews of the Albany Law School, Mzamo Mangaliso of the University
of Massachusetts, Amherst and Charles Villa-Vicencio at Georgetown University.
As the world mourns the loss of Nelson Mandela, Judy Woodruff talks to Lydia Polgreen, Johannesburg bureau chief for The New
York Times, who called the former South African leader the "moral center" for the country. Polgreen said Mandela’s example
may help the country struggle against current economic and societal challenges.
From fellow inmates, to former political enemies, to average citizens who never met him, the death of Nelson Mandela has drawn
feelings of grief as well as pride and gratitude for his accomplishments. Rohit Kachroo of Independent Television News reports
from Johannesburg on the plans to lay the peacemaker and statesman to rest.