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April 22, 2024

Season 2024 Episode 6211 | 55m 53s

Foreign policy experts Kori Schake and Nathalie Tocci weigh in on the international implications of Donald Trump's criminal trial. To mark World Earth Day, Abrahm Lustgarten discusses his new book "On The Move" about how climate change is reshaping American life. Palestinian and Ukrainian refugee Zoya El-Miari explains her complex experience as a refugee with identities in two global conflicts.

Aired: 04/21/24
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