Shirin Neshat and Hadi Ghaemi discuss a new exhibition of female Iranian artists.
Yaron Zilberman joins the program to discuss the new film "Incitement."
Jens Stoltenberg gives a preview of this week's NATO summit.
Gérard Araud & Karin von Hippel offer French and American perspectives on the NATO Summit.
BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti discusses the challenges facing digital companies today.
Darren Walker discusses his personal journey and how philanthropy can be used for justice.
Julia Neuberger is a senior rabbi and member of the House of Lords in the UK.
Pat Mitchell discusses the need for dangerous women in dangerous times.
Screenwriter Lena Waithe discusses her new film "Queen & Slim."
Doris Kearns Goodwin joins the program to discuss political divisiveness in the U.S.
Rappler CEO Maria Ressa discusses the importance of a free press.
Martha Minow tells Michel about her new book "When Should Law Forgive?"
Olafur Eliasson tells Christiane about his new exhibit at London's Tate Modern.
Journalist Lesley Stahl joins the program to discuss her career, Watergate and Trump.
Dickie Arbiter and Afua Hirsch discuss Prince Andrew's resignation.
Ronen Bergman joins the program to discuss the state of Israeli politics.
Russ Feingold joins the program to discuss the fifth Democratic debate.
Bob Bauer and Evelyn Farkas join the program to discuss Gordon Sondland's testimony.