We discuss the situations in Syria, Egypt, and Palestine/Israel, and ask the important question of what US foreign policy should be in the Middle East. We'll speak with
Baltimore has surpassed the 200 homicide mark in 2012 to date, which already outnumbers last year's total. We get perspectives from a diverse roundtable of guests about what this means for the city and police strategy. Our guests include:
We discuss presidential candidate Mitt Romney's visit to the Middle East and what we learned about his ideas on foreign policy from his controversial remarks about Palestinians. We discuss this topic with:
Israel has enforced a naval, aerial and land blockade of the Gaza Strip since June 2007, cutting off the delivery of foreign goods to the area. Multiple attempts have been made by international organizations to bypass Israeli enforcement through the use of independent flotillas, but these attempts have been mostly unsuccessful.
Israeli filmmaker Dan Geva joins Marc to discuss art, the philosophy of film, and why the truth of any documentary is subjective. Dan Geva is a Spring 2010 Schusterman Visiting Artist at Maryland Institute College of Art. As part of his residency, he and his wife are hosting a series of film screenings highlighting contemporary Israeli films.