Featuring guests located outside the United States, Worldwise aspires to illuminate international affairs and help Americans understand perspectives abroad.
South Africa since the end of apartheid
Has the HIV epidemic peaked?
Life as a gay man in Johannesburg
The painting that scandalized a nation
How South Africans view US foreign policy
The limits of democracy within the ruling party
The real reason Russia still supports the Assad regime
What it’s like for an American to report in Russia
The Kremlin’s new attack on Internet freedom
Anti-Putin activism and the “death of apathy”
The nefarious US State Dept., and other Kremlin themes
Miriam: For Putin, it’s all about control
Everything you need to know about the Libor scandal
The political fallout in the UK
Did Americans ruin British banking?
John reports on austerity in England
The British perspective on American health care
US vs. UK on unions, welfare, and guns
Recapping Mexico’s presidential election
Did Mexicans repudiate the war against the drug cartels?
Andrés: Mexico is poised for great success
Ana Francisca: Drug violence will decrease
Imagining North American solidarity
The PRI’s challenge