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Will India's Farmers Rein in Modi's Power?

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Deep Dish Podcast

Sumit Ganguly and Surupa Gupta join Brian Hanson to discuss the impact of widespread protests to reform the agricultural sector.

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Food and Agriculture

Myanmar's Democratic Transition is Failing. What Now?

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Deep Dish Podcast

Last week the Burmese military took control of the country, ousting democratically-elected leaders. Christina Fink and Debra Eisenman join host Brian Hanson on Deep Dish to discuss.

Protestors take to the streets in Yangon to protest a military coup.
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Global Politics

Freedom and Race Have Shaped Our World and Will Determine our Future

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Brian Hanson and historian Tyler Stovall explore the inherent link between liberty and race throughout global history.

A mourner visits the site where George Floyd was killed in Minneapolis.
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Inclusion and Equity

Do the Navalny Protests Signal Change in Putin’s Russia?

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Brian Hanson talks with the New Yorker's Joshua Yaffa about future of Russian politics.

Alexei Navalny at a 2020 protest against amendments to the Russian constitution.
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Global Politics

Russian Hack on US Requires Global Action

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Cyber risk expert Jody Westby and host Brian Hanson examine the Biden administration's options on cyber policy.

News conference at the Department of Justice in Washington
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Defense and Security

What the Geopolitics of the EU-China Deal Mean for Biden

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Wendy Cutler and Noah Barkin join Brian Hanson to examine how the new investment deal will influence US foreign policy.

The European Union and Chinese flags
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Global Politics

Bonus Episode: The Attack on the US Capitol

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Deep Dish Podcast

Insurrection at one of the symbols of US democracy shows the deep tension in American politics.

Damaged US flag at US Capitol attack
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American Democracy

Paul Farmer on Ebola’s Lessons for COVID-19

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The Partners in Health co-founder explains why inequality or material constraints—rather than social differences—are the defining factor of whether outbreaks turn into pandemics.

Sierra Leonean doctors practice wearing protective clothing in the Ebola Training Academy in Freetown
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COVID-19

Iran May be Biden’s First Foreign Policy Challenge

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Deep Dish Podcast

The United States' strategy towards Iran must include more than just returning to the Iran nuclear agreement, our Deep Dish guests argue.

Supreme leader display seen at Baharestan Square in Tehran
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US Foreign Policy

COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Offers Hope, Eventually

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The first COVID-19 vaccinations have been given around the world, but there's still a long road ahead.

Margaret Keenan celebrates after receiving the world's first COVID-19 vaccine
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COVID-19