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World Review with Allen-Ebrahimian, Ghosh, and Kornelius

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World Review with Ivo Daalder

Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian, Bobby Ghosh, and Stefan Kornelius, join Ivo Daalder to discuss the week's top news stories.

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MD Mahdi
Global Politics

The US-UK 'Special Relationship' Isn't so Special Anymore

In the News
World Politics Review
Paul Poast

"Britain's leadership change offers an opportunity to take stock of the US and UK's 'special relationship,' which now looks pretty normal," Paul Poast argues.

Britain's King Charles meets with Prime Minster Liz Truss
US Foreign Policy

Putin Upsets UNGA, Rise of the Euroright, and Iran Protests

Video Series
World Review with Ivo Daalder

Steve Erlanger, Kim Ghattas, and Peter Spiegel join Ivo Daalder to discuss the week's top news stories.

Reuters
Global Politics

Instability Spreads to Russia's Southern Border

Podcast
Deep Dish on Global Affairs Podcast

What is behind the recent wave of instability between states on Russia’s southern periphery? Joshua Kucera and Madeleine Reeves discuss.

REUTERS
Defense and Security

Russia's Struggles in Ukraine Seed Conflict in Its Neighborhood

In the News
Chicago Tribune
Elizabeth Shackelford

"If Russia’s struggles in Ukraine herald its broader decline, it’s unlikely an easy peace is ahead for many in Russia’s neighborhood," Elizabeth Shackelford writes.

"A man stands next to a building damaged by recent shelling during border clashes with Azerbaijan"
Reuters
Global Politics

Yoon's UN Speech Barely Makes a Ripple

In the News
The Sejong Institute
Karl Friedhoff

Karl Friedhoff analyzes South Korean President Yoon's speech at the 77th United Nations General Assembly and how it may be remembered.

South Korea's President Yoon Suk Yeol speaks at the 77th Session of the United Nations General Assembly at U.N. Headquarters in New York City on September 20, 2022
Reuters
Global Politics

Yoon Wants to Mend Relations with Japan

In the News
CNBC Asia
Karl Friedhoff

Karl Friedhoff joins CNBC Asia to discuss South Korean President Yoon's low approval ratings.

Karl Friedhoff on CNBC Asia.
Global Politics

Student Voices Call for Culturally Appropriate Food in Schools

In the News
Agri-Pulse Communications
Roger Thurow

Food available in federal assistance programs is not acceptable to various communities with specific religious, cultural, or physical requirements.

An empty college cafeteria is pictured.
Cataya
Food and Agriculture

US Concern about COVID-19 Decreasing, but Partisan Divides Persist

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Running Numbers by Emily Sullivan

Americans are less worried about COVID-19 than they have been at any point since the initial shutdown in early 2020, Council polling finds.

a person wears a mask on their wrist
Reuters
Public Opinion

Incorporating Dietary Needs and Cultural Requirements into Food Assistance Programs

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Global Food for Thought by Natalie Burdsall

Fundamental issues in food assistance programs exclude the disability community and people requiring culturally relevant foods.

A group of people prepares food for a food assistance program.
Food and Agriculture