his week our special guest is Ronen Bergman. He joins us from Tel Aviv to talk about his book, "Rise and Kill First: The Secret History of Israel's Targeted Assassinations". The New York Times bestseller sheds light on the extreme measures adopted by Israel to protect itself. Ronen Bergman tells us why he decided to write the book and why it took eight years to complete.
We also head to Jordan, where Hani Mulki resigned as prime minister on Monday. This came amid widespread anger over unpopular austerity measures and high living costs. But it seems the move wasn't enough to satisfy a growing anti-government movement in the financially struggling country.
And fashion and politics have long been linked. This time, it's the front cover of Vogue Arabia, showing a Saudi princess behind the wheel, that's been getting attention. It comes at a time when a dozen women's rights activists remain behind bars in the conservative kingdom. Critics say the Vogue cover is "tone deaf."