Featuring guests located outside the United States, Worldwise aspires to illuminate international affairs and help Americans understand perspectives abroad.
The kind of reporting that can get you killed
Alexey: Russian elections are neither free nor fair
How do you say “Great Satan” in Russian?
Anti-Americanism as a double-edged sword
Would a more democratic Russia be friendlier to the U.S.?
Searching for serious debate on the Internet
When American jobs go to India and elsewhere
Is China malicious or just coolly self-interested?
What India gets out of the AfPak mess
Pakistan’s “Military-Jihadi complex”
Do the terrorists win when we withdraw troops?
Nine months of unrest in Yemen
Tawakul Karman, the first Arab woman to win the Peace Prize
Should the US be doing more or less?
Afrah: Al Qaeda is not the real problem
A step-by-step guide to peaceful democratic revolution
What if Saleh continues to refuse to leave?
Michael: America lacks a policy toward Syria
Can the Syrian opposition avoid violence?
Bashar al-Assad’s next move
The Middle East and Obama’s reelection
Bob vs. Michael on America’s image in the Muslim world
Should concern about domestic radicalization steer foreign policy?
Why Christopher Hitchens supported Tunisia’s dictatorship
Kal sets the record straight on Algeria
Did friendlier riot police prevent a revolution?
Kinks in Algeria’s line of succession
Al Qaeda tries to regain relevance in North Africa
The leadership crisis in Algeria’s left-wing political party
The latest chapter in the Euro crisis
Should the EU imitate the US?
The evolution of the EU
Massive amounts of British Schadenfreude
Alex: Europtimism is impossible