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The Alyona Show: Is NATO Ready for 21st Century?

At the NATO summit in Lisbon, Portugal leaders will discuss a new strategic concept for the military alliance. RT’s Lucy Kafanov joined us from Portugal to explain what's on the agenda. Next, did the Federal Reserve just launch the equivalent of a nuclear bomb with its latest round of qualitative easing? Peter Schiff thinks so, and he discussed America’s role in the international currency war. Then, details on the first civilian trial of former Guantanamo detainee Ahmed Ghailani who was found guilty of only one of the hundreds of charges against him and will now spend a minimum of 20 years in prison. Ans, are progressives feeling defeated? It sure looks like it, with Obama's less enthusiastic attitude that he seems to have these days. Also, the Obama Administration wants access to all telecommunications devices at any point in time; all while trying to establish new rules to protect consumer privacy. Wired's Ryan Singel weighed in.