The Alyona Show: Nuclear Dynamics

 The Nuclear Summit is the largest U.S. based gathering of world leaders in 65 years. However, Iran and North Korea are noticeably absent, so will this gathering of world leaders actually accomplish anything worth noting? Alyona discusses with Matthew Rojansky, the deputy director of the Russia and Eurasia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Signs of the Nuclear Security Summit are all around. Alyona catches up with RT Correspondent Priya Sridhar about the heightened security and other summit effects.

Then, although nuclear talks are at the forefront of President Barack Obama's schedule this week, he has set aside some private time for leaders of a few select nations. So, what will be discussed, and who got these meetings and why? Walter Rodgers stops by to help Alyona work out the details.

Later, Iran's Foreign Ministry is not happy with it's treatment in the Obama administration's Nuclear Posture Review. So, they are taking their case to the UN. So will anything come of their formal complaint? Alyona checks in with RT Correspondent Marina Portnaya to get the facts.

Finally, at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference, Ron Paul criticized the GOP's mindset and contradictions. So does the GOP really like "the empire", or is there more to this story? Alyona and The Washington Examiner's J.P. Freire discuss.