Featuring guests located outside the United States, Worldwise aspires to illuminate international affairs and help Americans understand perspectives abroad.
The occupation and massive impoverishment of Greece
Why the Euro is still a strong currency
Pascal: The European project is one of history’s greatest successes
Choosing between prosperity and democracy
How crazy does the US look from Europe?
Matt: Republicans could win, if they weren’t so awful
Jason on life in Iran
Are the sanctions backfiring?
Is the Green movement dead?
Why Ahmadinejad may be the West’s best bet
Iranian politics as Wrestlemania
What Americans don’t get about Iran
Dan: Let’s focus on cooperation, not competition, with India
A new foreign aid strategy: Spend less, do more
The history of India refusing and belittling assistance
How smart aid can save millions of lives
India starts a foreign aid program
Moving past outdated paradigms of development
Would China ever sign on to Iran sanctions?
The economic basis of China’s foreign policy
Has the Internet made China freer?
How Libya changed China’s view of America
The Syrian conflict as seen from China
Lora: China fears American soft power in Asia
Has the Arab Spring been good for America?
The tension between liberalism and democracy
Hey, who’s up for another regime change?
How Syria is different from Iraq
What Arab monarchs have learned from the uprisings
Arab countries to watch in 2012