In this edition: Ukraine's interim government facing stern test, corruption allegations in Turkey and World Bank delays loan to Uganda following passing of anti-gay law.
Reality and risks of cyber security for the business world in 2014. Guests on the March 11 edition include Neelie Kroes, Vice-President, European Commission and Stefan Groschupf, Chief Executive Officer of Datameer.
In this edition: Ukraine looks to its future after a bloody and traumatic revolution, the battle for truth in Venezuela's street protests, and Facebook's costly decision to take over WhatsApp.
In this edition: Chancellor Merkel facing first crisis of third term, Al Jazeera journalists due to go on trial in Egypt and a campaign to put inter-generational justice on the European agenda.
In this edition: Fallout from a US diplomat's undiplomatic remarks about the EU, a documentary that says there is modern day slavery in the US food sector and renewed calls for the legalization of even hard drugs in the wake of the death of Philip Seymour Hoffmann.
In this edition: All eyes on Sochi on the eve of the Winter Olympic Games, problems with Germany's much heralded switch to renewable energy and controversy about direct democracy as Switzerland debates a proposal to curb immigration.
Brent Goff sets the agenda and it's time to talk. Each week Brent invites three people to talk, argue and pry apart the headlines. Agenda is upbeat, entertaining and thought-provoking: A robust discussion of issues that leads to unexpected insights.
Before he joined DW, Brent worked as a producer for CNN in Berlin and Washington. He has also reported for Time Magazine in Germany and can be heard on numerous German radio stations.
Melinda is a Harvard-trained lawyer and political economist who has reported from Europe, Africa and the Middle East for leading American and German newspapers and broadcasters.
© 2014 Deutsche Welle | Legal notice | Contact