International News Roundup

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Anna Fifield's new book, "The Great Successor," details Kim Jong Un's rise to North Korea's "Supreme Leader." (KNS/AFP/Getty Images)

Tensions in North Korea over new United Nations sanctions, elections in Kenya with candidates accused of war crimes, and ongoing efforts to free peacekeepers seized by Syrian rebels are just some of the latest stories from around the world. We discuss the top international headlines with a panel of experts.

Guests:

Michael Nacht, Thomas and Alison Schneider professor of public policy at UC Berkeley, former Aaron Wildavsky dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy and former assistant secretary of defense for global strategic affairs

Isobel Coleman, senior fellow for U.S. foreign policy at the Council on Foreign Relations

James Kitfield, senior correspondent for National Journal

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