Each week, host Brian Hanson talks with international thought leaders, journalists, and other experts to go beyond the headlines on the critical global issues shaping US foreign policy.
How is legacy motivating Putin with Russia's war on Ukraine? Former National Security Council official Fiona Hill joins Deep Dish to discuss.
Disinformation drives Philippines' election leading to TikTok star Marcos' win.
Can the United States and Russia still work together on nuclear nonproliferation?
What does China’s economic slowdown mean for the world? UC San Diego's Victor Shih joins Deep Dish to discuss.
What’s next in Pakistan’s politics? Brookings’ Madiha Afzal joins Deep Dish to discuss.
The European Union has bold goals to wean itself from Russian energy. Can it succeed?
How can the world hold Russia accountable for the atrocities in Ukraine? Karen Alter and Rebecca Hamilton discuss.
Tanvi Mandan and Srinath Raghavan unpack India’s foreign policy calculations between Russia, China, and a unified West.
How should America respond to the new era of intelligence gathering? Hoover Institution's Amy Zegart joins Deep Dish to discuss.
Inside Russia, Putin is tightly controlling the narrative around his war in Ukraine. But externally, Russia's disinformation prowess is faltering. Here's why.