Madeleine Albright; Eric Goode; Garry Wills

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Wednesday 02/20/2013

Madeleine Albright surveys current U.S. foreign policy challenges and recalls the Czechoslovakia of her youth, from her book "Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War, 1937-1948". Eric Goode, founder of the Turtle Conservancy, explains the plight of the Madagascar Ploughshare Tortoise, a critically endangered species, and his efforts to protect them. Garry Wills reflects on the changelessness of the Roman Catholic Church as it seeks to elect a new leader after the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI.