Dec 21, 2017
Making Russia great again has long been a domestic and foreign policy goal of Vladimir Putin and his Russian base of support. This week's Deep Dish explores Russian politics, foreign and domestic, that are geared toward making that wish a reality.
Dec 14, 2017
Bitcoin may be the most famous application of blockchain technology, but its potential extends well beyond cryptocurrency. On this week’s Deep Dish podcast, two tech experts explore the promise of this revolutionary technology in the global economy.
Dec 7, 2017
President Trump has recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital – a move he says "acknowledges the obvious." But officials and religious leaders across the Middle East condemn the decision for stoking violence and defying UN resolutions on Jerusalem's status. This week's Deep Dish podcast welcomes Carnegie’s Maha...
Nov 30, 2017
ISIS has been decimated and Bashar al-Assad sits secure atop the bloody streets of Syria. With Russia leading diplomatic efforts to close the books on the Syrian Civil War, this week’s Deep Dish examines the state of play in Syria, how we get there, and the competing interests of those who hope to influence what...
Nov 21, 2017
Now that President Trump has passed the Iran deal to Congress, debates about the deal's merits have resurfaced. To help explain the arguments for and against the deal, we asked two experts with extensive experience in the area to present their perspectives on this week's episode of Deep Dish. Listen as Brian Hanson...