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Oct 15, 2020

From Iran in 1953 to Syria in 2011, the United States has relied on regime change as a core facet of Middle East policy -- with mixed results. Author and former White House Middle East advisor and expert Philip Gordon joins Deep Dish to explain that while regime change is a tempting policy option, in the long-term it...


Oct 8, 2020

This week, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with new Japanese Premier Yoshihide Suga, signaling both Japan’s importance to the United States and both sides’ fear of a rising China, analysts argue. Stanford University’s Michael Auslin and Teneo Intelligence’s Tobias Harris join Deep Dish to explain how the...


Oct 1, 2020

Last weekend, fighting broke out in the contested Nagorno-Karabakh region, reigniting a frozen conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The New York Times’ Andrew Kramer and Chatham House’s Laurence Broers Join Deep Dish to examine what the conflict could mean for the region and Russia’s broader competition with...


Sep 24, 2020

With just 10 years remaining to reach the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, COVID-19 has undermined much of the existing progress toward the ambitious targets. As the UN General Assembly takes place this week, BP’s Trine Mong and McDonald’s Francesca DeBiase join Deep Dish to explain how...


Sep 17, 2020

An unprecedented hunger crisis is looming as the world grapples with COVID-19, the global economic downturn, stark inequality, and fractured political relationships. But 10 years after the launch of the US government’s Feed the Future program, USAID’s Jim Barnhart joins Deep Dish to explain why there’s still hope...