Conflict Zone: Confronting the Powerful
After leaving Ukraine and marching towards Moscow, Russian Wagner Group mercenaries were branded traitors – but just days later, its leader, Yevgeny Prigozhin, met with Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin. Are there more surprises coming from this so-called reb
In a Conflict Zone special program, host Sarah Kelly discussed with a high-ranking panel what needs to be done to succeed in the battle against disinformation.
In an interview with DW's Conflict Zone, Russian former Duma MP Ilya Ponomarev said Vladimir Putin's war aims go way beyond Ukraine. He argues that it is NATO in the Russian president's sights.
The world has changed and previous ideas about mutual deterrence no longer apply, Andrei Fedorov, former Russian Deputy Foreign Minister, told DW's Conflict Zone.
Dozens of former Trump officials have been subpoenaed by a Congressional committee over the attack on the U.S. Capitol in January. Will former Trump advisor Jason Miller cooperate? Tim Sebastian asks him on DW’s Conflict Zone.
In a sign of growing impatience, Joe Biden's administration has stepped up its objections to a new abortion law in Texas and asked the Supreme Court to block it. Our guest this week is Bryan Hughes, a Texas State Senator who spearheaded the legislation. W
In a sign of growing impatience, Joe Biden's administration has stepped up its objections to a new abortion law in Texas and asked the Supreme Court to block it. Our guest this week is Bryan Hughes, a Texas state senator who spearheaded the legislation. W
How will the chaotic end to the US war in Afghanistan affect Washington’s relations with European allies, partners in the region, and those left behind? Former US Deputy National Security Advisor Douglas Lute says it’s not a proud moment for America, but
The Christian Democrats and the Greens are set to play a key role in Germany's upcoming election. But are they capable of leading Germany into a new era? DW's Conflict Zone host Tim Sebastian talks to representatives of both parties: David McAllister for
Governing Afghanistan today will not be easy. The 1990s was a completely different time. ''Resistance will continue" claims Jawed Ludin, a former advisor to President Hamid Karzai in an interview with Tim Sebastian on Conflict Zone this week. He also admi