Anne-Marie Slaughter: American Family Values, Redefined
Anne-Marie Slaughter discusses her wildly popular, and wildly controversial, essay in The Atlantic, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All,” with another mother who had made it to one of the highest positions in her field: Katie Couric.
Pervez Musharraf: India’s Covert Efforts Against Pakistan
Former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf takes on the complex relationship between Pakistan and India, arguing that India is strategically manipulating Afghanistan to gain an ally in any potential conflict with his home state.
Larry Summers: National Debt and the Next Generation
In this interview with Financial Times U.S. managing editor Gillian Tett, Larry Summers insists that adding to the national deficit by borrowing at drastically low rates may pave the road to eventually reduce it.
Stanley McChrystal: Duty, Disgrace, and the War in Afghanistan
CBS News’s Bob Schieffer talks to the former U.S. troop commander in Afghanistan, Stanley McChrystal, about the Rolling Stone profile that effectively ended McChrystal’s military career.
Valerie Jarrett: ‘Stop-Gap’ Measures in U.S. Immigration Policy
The president’s senior adviser discusses the Obama administration’s decision to stop deporting young illegal immigrants who meet certain education or military-service requirements.
Ehud Barak: Iran and the Israeli-American Relationship