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Road Map, one of MSNBC's online-only shows, is your guide to international news. NBC News Foreign Correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin interviews analysts and experts, answering questions about the world and what’s next on the global stage. Catch up on past episodes here.

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Israel-Palestine debate rages on US campuses

Israel-Palestine debate rages on US campuses

06/03/15 10:00AM

When does criticism of Israel cross the line and become anti-Semitism, and when is the charge of anti-Semitism used to silence dissent and criticism of Israel? Morton Klein of the Zionist Organization of America and Radhika Sainath from Palestine Legal... watch

Future of stateless Rohingya remains...

Future of stateless Rohingya remains uncertain

05/27/15 01:11PM

Tensions in Myanmar have prompted thousands of Rohingya Muslims to try to flee by boat, with many ending up adrift at sea for months. Amnesty International's Asia Advocacy Director Kumar discusses the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Southeast Asia. watch

Road Map: Educated & underemployed Arab women

Why Arab women are highly educated, but underemployed

05/27/15 12:16PM

Ayman Mohyeldin takes a look at the ascent of Egypt's billionaires since the revolution, the low employment rate for women across the Arab world, and the plight of the Rohingya people as they try to flee Myanmar. Road Map airs Wednesdays at 10am ET on... watch

Road Map: Educated & underemployed Arab women

Why Arab women are highly educated, but underemployed

05/27/15 08:37AM

Ayman Mohyeldin takes a look at the ascent of Egypt's billionaires since the revolution, the low employment rate for women across the Arab world, and the plight of the Rohingya people as they try to flee Myanmar. Road Map airs Wednesdays at 10am ET on... watch

The battle for the international skies

The battle for the international skies

05/20/15 10:39AM

Foreign Policy Institute Fellow Afshin Molavi and Air Transport World Editor in Chief Karen Walker discuss why American, United and Delta airlines are at war with the Middle Eastern airlines. The reason: the alleged subsidies the Middle Eastern carriers get from their governments. watch

Not all fish are cold blooded

Not all fish are cold blooded

05/20/15 10:36AM

Researchers in California discovered the first fish that had warm blood. They say the warm blood allows the Opah to swim faster and see better. watch

Chileans fight to change abortion laws

Chileans fight to change abortion laws

05/20/15 10:13AM

BuzzFeed's Mariana Marcaletti and Monica Arango, from the Center of Reproduction Rights, talk about a controversial series of videos from the organization Miles in Chile to get abortion laws changed in the country. watch

Is the U.S. losing the battle against ISIS?

Is the U.S. losing the battle against ISIS?

05/20/15 10:00AM

TIME Magazine’s Bryan Walsh talks about how the Iraq and the U.S. governments have failed to keep ISIS from gaining more territory and whether the terrorism organization still has strong leadership now that its financial officer is dead. watch

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