Minister of the Palestinian Economic Council Dr. Mohammad Shtayyeh says the Israeli siege on the West Bank, Jerusalem and Gaza must end for peace to be possible.
Candy Crowley talks to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and a Palestinian senior adviser Mohammad Shtayyeh about the ongoing Israel-Gaza conflict and the chances of achieving a ceasefire.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu on chance of achieving a ceasefire between his country and the Palestinians.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on whether they are creating more enemies than they are killing.
Robert Turner, Director of Operations for UNRWA in Gaza, describes the humanitarian situation in Gaza.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu talks about the fighting between Israel and Gaza and explains what it will take for it to stop.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on disagreements with the U.S. over an Iran nuclear deal and sanctions.
"I’m the prime minister of Israel and I have to care for the survival of my country. And Iran maintaining its nuclear weapons capability that is the capacity to produce nuclear weapons threatens directly the future of the Jewish state."
State of the Union Highlights
On today’s show, Candy spoke with Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin of Illinois and Republican Senator Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire about foreign policy and GOP presumptive presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s overseas trip. In the separate interviews, the senators also sparred over the impending 'fiscal cliff’ and when to deal with the issue in Congress. We also discussed the recent rash of negative campaign ads and their effectiveness with Ken Goldstein, Ron Brownstein and Michael Scherer. We were live in the noon hour with coverage of Mitt Romney’s speech in Jerusalem, and got reaction from the Obama campaign’s foreign policy adviser, Tim Roemer.
There is no shortage of stories dominating the news this week, but what will be leading the headlines on Sunday morning? These are some of the stories we are looking at this week.
The Race Rages On. Mitt Romney averted disaster by winning a Tuesday two-fer, picking up wins in Arizona and his home state of Michigan. But he just narrowly eked out a 16-14 delegate victory over Rick Santorum in Michigan, who raised $9 million in February and is making a strong push to Super Tuesday. Some say it’s a two man race, but Newt Gingrich is fighting on. He’ll join us to discuss the way forward.
Mitch McConnell’s tough week. When a moderate Republican senator from a moderate Democratic state announces she’s retiring, GOP leaders may start to worry. When the GOP is a mere four seats from capturing a majority, GOP leaders may inch toward the panic button. What are the GOP’s prospects for 2012 now that Maine Sen. Olympia Snowe has announced her retirement?