Mayor Mitch Landrieu says it's time for white Southerners to confront their region's past.
2018 will be the first full year in power for new leaders in the U.S. and France. In Britain, the march toward Brexit continues. Meanwhile, China’s leadership is newly emboldened and North Korea’s is increasingly hostile. Oh and, Vladimir Putin is running for re-election in Russia.
We’ll look at how the world order may shift in the new year.
- Yochi Dreazen Foreign editor, Vox; author, "The Invisible Front"; co-host of a podcast called "Worldly"
- Indira Lakshmanan Washington columnist for The Boston Globe and chair in journalism ethics at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies
- Christian Caryl Editor of DemocracyPost at The Washington Post; contributing editor, Foreign Policy; author of "Strange Rebels: 1979 and the Birth of the 21st Century"
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