TODAY: How does the world see the U.S. and when standing in the heartland, is that view different?
Ilan Manor explores Poland's attempt to distance itself from the Nazi atrocities committed during World War II.
How has the coverage of natural disasters changed in the social media age?
Olga Krasnyak delves into embassy tensions and public response, per the recent strife between Russian and U.S. diplomatic residences.
Shaun Riordan asks, "As U.S. hegemony declines and a more genuinely multipolar world system emerges, will alternative approaches to diplomacy and global governance also emerge?"
Senem Cevik looks at the possibility of collaboration between the emerging powers Turkey and Mexico.
A glimpse at how museums like the Canadian Museum for Human Rights can improve the image of the countries and cities where they are located.
TODAY: What happens in L.A. happens in the world. Hear from local thought leaders about critical global matters.