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.
Bitcoin is just a small part of the global conversation around cryptocurrencies. Will they shake up the economy—and geopolitics—as much as advertised?
Some say China's Belt and Road Initiative is a solution to help African countries build modern economies, while others call it "debt trap diplomacy." Who's right and how can—or should—the United States compete?
Oona A. Hathaway joins Deep Dish to lay out a step-by-step plan for Congress to revive its war powers.
The Caribbean nation is no stranger to chaos, devastation, or interference from outside its borders. After a presidential assassination, what does the future hold?
A decade ago this week, South Sudan declared independence. But the hope and optimism of statehood quickly evaporated—just like international attention and support.
To understand Chinese politics and what lies ahead for the ruling party, author Bruce Dickson argues we must look to the tools China’s leaders use to create popular support.
Host Brian Hanson checks the pulse of democracy in Nicaragua with researcher Ryan Berg and journalist Cindy Regidor.
Defense cooperation requires a shared understanding of threats and goals. And, to be effective requires action, making tradeoffs, and paying costs—not just statements.
Although COVID-19 brought many aspects of our world to a standstill over the last year, violent conflict was not one of them. What can we do to end the cycle?
While some areas of the world continue to see population growth—many countries in Africa, for example—fertility rates are falling everywhere else. What does that mean for geopolitics?