Historian Frank Dikötter discusses his book, "The Cultural Revolution: A People’s History, 1962-1976," which is the final installment in the people's trilogy.
Playwright David Hwang discusses how art, especially theater, can help break cultural borders.
Shahzia Sikander and Bashir Ahmad discuss their former roles as mentor and student.
Strategist Roger Dennis discussed the relationship between technology and global development and business
Peretz Lavie discussed how Israel became a hub of innovation.
Parag Khanna discussed how technology helps to bring together communities and increases global stability
Timothy Shriver and Yao Ming discussed the inclusion of difference.
Former Greek Prime Minister George A. Papandreou discusses the challenges that the E.U. and the U.K. face after Brexit
Duncan Clark shed light on the origins and growth of the company, Alibaba, and its founder, Jack Ma.
Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph E. Stiglitz discusses growing the economy in today's world