Oct 26, 2017
The Spanish government’s violent treatment of Catalonian voters thrust its national political crises into worldwide headlines. On this week’s Deep Dish, CSIS's Daniel Runde brings context and clarity to the unsettled scene in Catalonia and the international reaction to the independence referendum.
Oct 19, 2017
The odds of NAFTA renegotiations successfully concluding on time are vanishingly small, says the Council's trade expert Phil Levy. In this episode of Deep Dish, he explains the economic, political, and legal difficulties associated with completing the deal—and why it might be just as complicated to back out.
Oct 5, 2017
The United States and Britain enjoy a special relationship, but can it hold against the winds of change? UK Minister of State Alan Duncan joined us to talk about President Trump, Brexit, North Korea, Russia, and Iran, explaining how his government sees the US-UK relationship in light of the many challenges it now faces.