More violence in both Iraq and Afghanistan This week saw the bloodiest day in the Iraq war this year. Seventy people were killed Monday in a wave of attacks in cities across Iraq. Violence has increased in Afghanistan as well, as the United States tries to manage troop withdrawals in both wars. What does this mean for the future?11:00 a.m.
Andrew Bacevich: Professor of international relations and history, Boston University. Graduate of the U.S. Military Academy and Princeton University. Vietnam War combat veteran, served 23 years in the US Army. Author, "Washington Rules: America's Path to Permanent War," "The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism" and "American Empire: The Realities and Consequences of U.S. Diplomacy,' and several other major books.
Where does happiness come from and how do you find it? Social psychologist Jonathan Haidt speaks at the Aspen Ideas Festival about his book, "The Happiness Hypothesis." It's an examination on how the mind works and the search for happiness and meaning in our lives, using the wisdom of the past as a guide.12:00 p.m.