First he claimed he’d solved the worst terrorist crime in Argentine history. Then he claimed the President and Foreign Minister were plotting to dump his case and give the terrorists a free pass. Then Special Prosecutor Alberto Nisman turned up shot dead. Murder or suicide? Joe Goldman of ABC News has historical perspective as well as the breaking news.
The dean of Palestinian journalism Daoud Kuttab, on the controversial new diplomatic moves of Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas, opposed by both Israel and the United States, and how they might affect the chances for Palestinian-Israeli peace.
Oil economnist Janie Chermak from the University of NM talks about the oil price crash and its impact on the economy of New Mexico.
Dave talks with Associated Press Nigeria Bureau Chief Michelle Faul about the African multi-national force being formed to fight Boko Haram.
Michele Dunne of the Carnegie Endowment For International Peace on the defeat for the ideals of the Arab Spring revolution in Egypt.
Paul Gessing of the The Rio Grande Foundation looks at the New Mexico Legislature’s agenda from a libertarian POV.
Improving perfection? Laurel Morales from KNAU in Flagstaff, AZ, on various plans to make the Grand Canyon even better.
Karen J. Greenberg, Director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School, on the Congressional investigation in top the CIA’s use of torture, and the top executives who didn’t want to know.
Oak Flat land swap
Dave talks with Arizona Star of Tucson reporter Emily Bregel about Apache land and copper mining.
Diplomacy-activist Jim Slattery takes us inside the Iran nuclear negotiations.
New Mexico’s top water journalist John Fleck on how the state handles its water issues.