Genocide and war crimes were his daily routine as Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court: Luis Moreno Ocampo served nine years at The Hague and is still a fierce advocate of bringing the worst criminals to trial. He sat down with Florian Guckelsberger and Lars Mensel to debate the role of justice in these bloody times.
While the UN claims to have made significant progress on the Millennium Development Goals, philosopher Thomas Pogge spoke recently with Ben Hill about the true current state of global poverty, the systemic problems thwarting our best efforts to alleviate it, and the smarter solutions he and others are working on to circumvent these problems.
The current competition to get into one of America's elite universities is designed to produce only "excellent sheep". Ben Hill spoke with former Yale professor and best-selling author Bill Deresiewicz about what has gone wrong with America's top schools and what can be done to save them.
Economist and bestselling author Jeremy Rifkin argues that our grandchildren will pity our working conditions and that a bright future is not a utopian dream but an achievable goal.
The Baltic states feel especially threatened by an increasingly hostile Russia. Andrius Kubilius, former Prime Minister of Lithuania, sat down with Florian Guckelsberger to discuss his idea of a “Marshall Plan“ for Ukraine, tougher sanctions, and why Putin hasn't backed down yet.
From Syria to Ukraine or Nigeria: In a world ruled by chaos and disorder, security is paramount. Former US-Secretary of State Madeleine Albright sat down with Florian Guckelsberger to discuss how we can tackle the challenges of a multipolar world order.
The 21st century will be Asia's century: what happens in the East will affect the stability of the globe, says Robert D. Kaplan. He spoke with Ben Hill about the lessons to be learned from Asia's ascent.