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May 13, 2021

Turkish President Erdoğan initially pursued “zero problems with neighbors” as a foreign policy strategy, but now relies on the country’s military might to achieve political goals. Brookings’ Kemal Kirişci and journalist Ayla Jean Yackley join Deep Dish to explain what Turkey’s approach means for neighbors,...


Apr 22, 2021

Twenty-three years after the Good Friday Accords, sectarian violence in Northern Ireland is once again making headlines. The European University Institute’s Brigid Laffan and POLITICO Europe’s Shawn Pogatchnik join Deep Dish to explain why the trade fallout from Brexit could destroy the fragile...


May 14, 2020

Venezuelans face a global pandemic, stalled economy, crippling oil shortages, and potential famine. After a failed coup attempt, will President Maduro hold on to his power? The Inter-American Dialogue’s Michael Camilleri and the International Crisis Group’s Ivan Briscoe join Deep Dish


Apr 8, 2020

While Europe has been struggling to contain COVID-19, Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has used his country’s emergency response to reduce checks on his power and make himself a de facto dictator. Princeton University’s Kim Scheppele joins Deep Dish to explain why the failure of one democracy should matter...


Nov 21, 2019

While Ukraine dominates US news this week due to the impeachment proceedings, Ukrainian President Zelensky and Russian President Putin are preparing for an upcoming meeting to find a peaceful resolution to the five-year conflict in eastern Ukraine. Melinda Haring of the Atlantic Council and Joanna Rohozinska of...