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Warsaw’s ruling that the Polish constitution overrides EU law has been seen as a threat to one of the fundamentals of the European Union by Brussels. So just how much national leeway is compatible with membership of the EU? Our Guests: Wojciech Szymanski (DW), Andreas Kluth (Bloomberg), Alexandra von Nahmen (DW)
The prices of petroleum products and natural gas are exploding worldwide. Will there be an energy crisis? And will Europe become dependent on Russian gas? Our guests: Christoph Burger (ESMT University), Malte Kreutzfeldt (TAZ), Thierry Bros (energy expert)
China is putting Taiwan under pressure in a way not seen for decades. The US is calling on Beijing to avoid further provocation. Our guests: Melissa Chan (DW), Felix Lee (TAZ), Gudrun Wacker (SWP)
The UK is facing chaos. With supplies of some key goods becoming scarce, the military have been called in. Is Brexit to blame? Our guests: Vendeline von Bredow (The Economist), Jon Worth (freelance journalist),Simon Young (DW)
After the election nearly all parties are promising change and a fresh start. But how do young people see their country's political future?Guests; Valerie Höhne (Der Spiegel), Raghida Bahnam (Freelance Jounalist), Benjamin Alvarez (DW)
Germany's election has left the country and the rest of Europe facing potentialy complex negotiations to forge a new coalition government. Can this be a reset for German politics? Our guests: Matthew Karnitschnig (Politico), Emmanuelle Chaze (France24); Shani Rozanes (DW)
From token woman to global leader. After 16 years, Angela Merkel is stepping down. What are her biggest achievements? And what has she left undone?
Guests: the Merkel biographers Ursula Weidenfeld, Ralph Bollmann and Andreas Rinke
Coronavirus infection rates are on the rise again. But this time it's mainly the unvaccinated young who are affected. How dangerous will the fourth wave be?
Guests: Susanne Schreiber (German Ethics Council), Erik Kirschbaum (Journalist), Benjamin Alvarez Gruber (DW)
The 9/11 attacks were the beginning of a new age: the War on Terror. Now that the US has left Afghanistan, is that war over - and is it lost?
Guests: Kristin Helberg (freelance journalist), Daniel Gerlach (Zenith) und Tyson Barker (DGAP)
Three candidates are vying to replace Angela Merkel as chancellor in Germany's upcoming election. What can they offer? And how flawed is Merkel's record?
Guests: Cerstin Gammelin (SZ), Malte Lehming (Tagesspiegel), Chiponda Chimbelu (DW)
Does the debacle in Afghanistan signal the end of the West's nation-building ambitions?
Guests: Andrea C. Hoffmann (Focus), Christoph von Marschall (Tagesspiegel), Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson (US freelance journalist)
The Taliban seize power in Afghanistan. What does the radical Islamists’ victory mean for the country and the wider region? Our guests: Jessica Berlin (Political Analyst) and Ahmad Wali Achakzai (DW), Andrew Gilmour (Berghof Foundation)
After the withdrawal of Western forces, will the Taliban soon take control of the whole of Afghanistan? Or can the Islamists be stopped?
Guests: Sandra Petersmann (DW), Thomas Ruttig (Afghanistan Analysts Network), Ahmad Wali Achakzai (DW)
More extreme weather events with scorching temperatures, ferocious storms and tornados. Can we stop global warming? Are we willing to change the way we live?
Guests: Claudia Kemfert (DIW), Petra Pinzler (Zeit), Anjali Ramakrishnan (MCC)
Hungary's new anti-LGBTQ law comes amid hatred and violence against sexual minorities in many countries.
Our guests: Joseph Hutchinson (US journalist), Pascal Thibaut (Radio France Internationale), Bernd Riegert (DW Brussels).
With the delta variant of the coronavirus rampant in many countries, scientists around the world say they are concerned. How should we respond?
Guests: Tobias Kurth (epidemiologist), Benjamin Alvarez (DW), Ankita Mukhopadhyay (DW)
On a visit to Europe, Joe Biden confronts Russia and China. But are his European partners on board?
Guests: Liana Fix (Koerber Foundation), Matthew Karnitschnig (US journalist), Sou-Jie van Brunnersum (DW Asia Desk)
The sexual abuse scandal in Germany's Catholic Church continues as a leading cardinal offers his resignation to Pope Francis. So, can the church be reformed?
Guests: Anna Diouf (Maria 1.0), Max Cappabianca (priest), Matthias Katsch (abuse survivor organisation)
Will the upcoming Olympics in Japan go ahead despite huge opposition? And are such giant sporting events a thing of the past?
Guests: Barbara Mohr (DW), Finn Mayer-Kuckuk (East Asia expert), Hajo Seppelt (investigative sports journalist)
Belarus President Lukashenko orders the hijacking of an EU aircraft. How is the West responding?
Guests: Olga Dryndova (political scientist), Daria Sukharchuk (reporter and presenter), Alexandra von Nahmen (DW Brussels)
As violence once again escalates between Israelis and Palestinians: Is there any way out of the bloodshed?
Guests: Daniel-Dylan Böhmer (Die Welt), Akram Baker (political analyst), Shani Rozanes (DW)
Will the return of the Benin Bronzes mark a turning point in Germany's approach to its colonial past? Our guests: Mnyaka Sururu Mboro (Berlin Postkolonial), Carola Lentz (Goethe Institute), Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung (SAVVY Contemporary)
The aggressive coronavirus variant is sweeping the country — is the Indian government to blame for the mismanagement of the pandemic? Our guests: Biresh Banerjee (DW News-Asia), Tobias Kurth (Charité), Ankita Mukhopadhyay (DW correspondent India)
Who will follow Angela Merkel as German chancellor? Conservative stalwart Armin Laschet and Green Party shooting star Annalena Baerbock lead the race. Who will it be? Guests: Pascale Hugues (Le Point), Derek Scally (Irish Times), Nina Haase (DW)
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