Each week, host Brian Hanson talks with international thought leaders, journalists, and other experts to go beyond the headlines on the critical global news and issues shaping US foreign policy.
On Deep Dish we discuss if protests against zero-COVID mean a change in Chinese attitudes toward political expression.
How are soaring costs affecting lives and testing political support for sanctions on Russia?
What is driving the recent increase in North Korean missile launches—and how should the US respond?
Do victories for Lula in Brazil and fellow leftist leaders across Latin America represent a new “pink tide” sweeping the continent?
Why microchips are at the heart of the geopolitical contest between the US and China.
Paul Heer joins Deep Dish to argue that engagement is necessary in shaping the US-China relationship.
Carnegie nuclear policy senior fellow Ankit Panda discusses recent nuclear saber-rattling by Russia and North Korea and whether the risk of nuclear conflict is growing.
Russians share their perspectives on why military disaster in Ukraine could have seismic consequences for their nation’s politics, economy, and society—with global implications.
Why are the #MahsaAmini protests in Iran different this time?
What is behind the recent wave of instability between states on Russia’s southern periphery? Joshua Kucera and Madeleine Reeves discuss.