This week’s program explores the important lessons that we learned throughout 2012 by visiting a variety of interviews from the past year. Past guests from Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, Europe and the United States all explain interesting aspects of their respective cultures and weigh in on the most crucial concerns of the day. Guests include Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan; Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong; Former Ambassador to the United States from Kazakhstan and current Foreign Minister of Kazakhstan, Erlan Idrissov; Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski and many more.
This week Dennis Wholey speaks with the Ambassador of Peru, Harold Forsyth. Dennis and Ambassador Forsyth discuss the rising presence of Latin America and the various ways in which Peru has managed to become one of the fastest growing countries in the world.
This week Dennis Wholey speaks with Ambassador Gabriel Silva, who is serving as Ambassador of the Republic of Colombia the United States. Ambassador Silva explains how Colombia has transformed itself over the years and has become a prominent player on the global field.
This week Dennis Wholey speaks with journalists representing 6 countries from around the globe in New York City. Together they discuss the current state of journalism in the United States and its varied roles abroad. Guests include Paola Messana, New York Bureau Chief of the Agence France Presse, Mujeeb Lodhi, Publisher and Chief Editor of Pakistan News, Lotus Chau, Chief Reporter at Sing Tao Newspapers New York, Dr. Chika Onyeani, Editor and Chief of the African Sun Times, Teresa Cabrera, Managing Director of Diario De Mexico USA, and Garry Pierre-Pierre, Publisher of the Haitian Times.