Sarah Shourd, one of the three American hikers imprisoned by Iran in 2009, describes the 410 days she spent in solitary confinement.
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Heather Hurlburt and Dan Drezner ponder alternative responses to terrorist threats directed against the satirical film. Play entire video
Robert Wright and Stephen Sestanovich consider the consequences of the ruble’s crash. Play entire video
Robert Farley and Gregory Weeks weigh whether Cuba will move toward a market economy. Plus: How has the Cuban embargo lasted for so long? Play entire video
Betsy Woodruff and Daniel Strauss reject conventional wisdom about legislation supported by both parties. Plus: Everybody (in the Senate) hates Ted Cruz. Play entire video
Sarah Posner speaks with Khaled Diab, an Egyptian journalist based in Jerusalem and author of Intimate Enemies, about parallels between Israeli and Palestinian experience. Plus: Living in a seething Jerusalem. Play entire video
Aryeh Cohen-Wade and Lindsay Beyerstein wonder why Sarah Koenig never explained provocative clips that were teased in the podcast’s first episode. Play entire video