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.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, Valerie Hudson and Zoe Marks explain why “what you do to your women, you do to your nation.”
New York Times reporter Matina Stevis-Gridneff and sanctions expert Nicholas Mulder join Deep Dish to discuss how the sanctions crippling Russia affect the global economy.
Putin claims he’s fixing a historic wrong in Ukraine. Historian Kathryn David joins Deep Dish to share the truth.
Coup d’états are on the rise globally. Can they be stopped? Experts Jonathan Powell and Erica De Bruin join Deep Dish to offer their solutions.
Victor Cha and Sue Mi Terry explain why North Korea's latest missile launches are a sign of impatience with the United States and how to deescalate the situation.
International Crisis Group’s Laurel Miller and former US Ambassador to Afghanistan P. Michael McKinley join Deep Dish to explain what the United States and the world should do to help the Afghan people.
As Putin's reach extends beyond Russia, civil society groups grapple with a crackdown at home and threats from abroad.
Can we prevent global democracy’s death? Hoover Institution's Larry Diamond joins Deep Dish to offer his assessment and a dire warning.
Is the threat of a NATO expansion the core issue driving Putin’s aggression towards Ukraine, or are his concerns about legacy to blame?
Milorad Dodik, the Serb member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is leveraging nationalist sentiments to make a move towards succession. Will it spark a new conflict?