Prabowo Subianto may owe his election win to Joko Widodo, but he’ll come to power as Indonesia’s president with his own political agenda.
Guyana is the world’s fastest growing economy and an emerging oil giant. But its newfound abundance presents as many challenges as it does opportunities.
Anwar Ibrahim’s transformations tell the story of Malaysia and challenge assumptions about the relationship between Islam, democracy, and liberty.
Iran’s will to win the Middle East wars stems from a strategic culture of “us against the world,” forged in the cauldron that followed the 1979 revolution.
Ali Wyne joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss the risks of a U.S.-China war over Taiwan and the broader challenge of managing a rising China.
Debates over identity and belonging, while fraught these days, are inherent to the American Jewish experience, says writer Emily Tamkin.
Scholar Ali Riaz joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss Bangladesh’s elections and whether the country’s socio-economic gains can be sustained under Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s authoritarian regime.
Hesham Sallam joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss how Pres. Abdel Fattah El-Sisi has dominated Egypt and its 110 million people for a decade.
Francisco Rodríguez joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss Venezuela’s long political and economic crises, their links to the migrant crisis, and the role played by the U.S.
Murtaza Hussain of The Intercept joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss India’s global assassination campaign and its geopolitical implications.