First Topic – Waging War to Make Peace: U.S. Intervention in Global Conflicts
The controversial principle of a "responsibility to protect" asserts that nations have an obligation to stop genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing, and crimes against humanity beyond their borders, even by the use of force. With the recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the current protests spreading all across the Middle East, we once more raise the age-old question of: under what conditions do countries intervene in other country’s affairs? Susan Yoshihara, author of Waging War to Make Peace: U.S. Intervention in Global Conflicts, joins us.
Second Topic – First Anglican Ordinariate Formally Established
Supremacy and Survival - How Catholics Endured the English Reformation
The Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, under the patronage of Blessed John Henry Newman, has set up by decree of the Vatican. It is the first Ordinariate formally established to welcome former Anglicans into full union with the Catholic Church. Stephanie Mann has been following these developments closely and is here to tell the story of the Catholic Church's survival and restoration in England.