September 28, 2017 | By Alesha Black, Roger Thurow

Deep Dish: 1,000 Days of Immeasurable Cost and Irreparable Damage

The International Rescue Committee deemed today's hunger crisis “the least reported but most important issue of our time.” The Council's Roger Thurow, author of The First 1,000 Days: A Crucial Time for Mothers and Children—and the World, outrages and inspires as he explains the injustices of stunting and tells inspirational stories of overcoming hunger on this week’s episode of Deep Dish.

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Wait Just a Minute: Klaus Schwab

Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), takes a minute to answer questions about the fourth industrial revolution and what it means for globalization and equality. 




| By Brian Hanson, Penny Abeywardena, Henri-Paul Normandin

Deep Dish: City Diplomacy on the Rise

As cities grow in size and power, and as technology and globalization further lower the cost of connecting across distances, local governments are increasingly shaping their own diplomatic agendas independent from national governments.


| By Amy Webb

Wait Just a Minute: Amy Webb

Futurist Amy Webb, founder of the Future Today Institute and NYU professor, takes a minute to answer questions about artificial intelligence and whether its advancement is in the long-term interest of humanity.






| By Derek Scissors

Wait Just a Minute: Derek Scissors

Derek Scissors, resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, takes a minute to answer questions about the economies of China, India, and the United States.