Uganda's anti-government rebel group, the Lord's Resistance Army, became notorious for kidnapping children and forcing them to take up their cause. Now, years later, some of those former rebels have returned home to their villages in Uganda, searching for redemption.
Daniel Levy of the New America Foundation discusses President Barack Obama's approach to the Middle East, from broadcasting to the Muslim world that "Americans are not your enemy" to trying to help create a lasting cease-fire between Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza.
Terrence Tilley of Fordham University and the Catholic Theological Society of America discusses the motives and implications of the Pope's decision to rehabilitate several bishops, including one who has publicly denied the Holocaust.
Angela Stent of Georgetown University discusses how President Barack Obama might deal with Russian leaders and his approach to the proposed missile shield in eastern Europe and cooperating with Russia to deal with Iran's nuclear ambitions.
Steven Cohen of the Earth Institute discusses the impact of the financial crisis on the Obama administration's approach to fighting climate change and the U.S. role in encouraging developing nations to reduce their carbon footprint.