Great Decisions in Foreign Policy

America's largest discussion program on world affairs comes to PBS. Experts provide background, relevant facts, present and future policy options, and impartial analysis about challenges facing the world today. Recommended as "must-see TV" by The New York Times, this series frames the most-important foreign policy questions of the year ahead, then relies on experts to answer them. Hosted by journalist David Rohde, topics range from militant Islamic groups in Africa to rapid climate change and security.

Schedule

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    Great Decisions in Foreign Policy

    The New India

    Wednesday
    Jan 19

    30 Minutes

    Whether Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be able to deliver on the economic promises that put him in power.
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    Great Decisions in Foreign Policy

    Red Sea Rivalries: A Conflict of Interests

    Wednesday
    Jan 26

    30 Minutes

    Global trade passes through a strait just 20 miles wide at the bottom of the Red Sea's southern entrance -- a region where the world's powers can either cooperate or allow rivalries to explode into conflict.
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    Unchained: The Scourge of Human Trafficking

    Wednesday
    Feb 2

    30 Minutes

    The untold stories of survivors of human trafficking.

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