Aamer Madhani, National Journal, White House Correspondent and Russell Berman, The Hill, Congressional Correspondent discuss the political and foreign policy news of the week. Topics cover the Chinese President’s visit to the United States and GOP attempts to repeal health care reform, as well as a look forward to the key events of the upcoming week, including President Obama’s State of the Union Address Tuesday evening.
Michael Koplow, Georgetown University, Department of Government shares the latest on the unrest in Tunisia, what that means for the stability of the region and what role should the U.S. play.
Mary-Jeanne Raleigh, American College Counseling Association, President-Elect discusses the growing need for psychiatric and counseling services at U.S. colleges and universities. She also serves as the Director of Counseling Services at St. Mary’s College of Maryland.