Quadriga: The International Talk Show from Berlin

DW's international talk show with four journalists discussing the week's top international issue.

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Climate Conference: Last Chance for Humanity?


The United Nations is warning of “climate chaos with millions of dead and refugees.” Can the climate conference in Katowice find ways to allow the human race to survive? Our guests: Claudia Kemfert (DIW), Grace Dobush (Handelsblatt Global), Petra Pinzler (Zeit)


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 07 December 2018  26m
 
 

Climate Conference: Last Chance for Humanity?


The United Nations is warning of “climate chaos with millions of dead and refugees.” Can the climate conference in Katowice find ways to allow the human race to survive? Our guests: Claudia Kemfert (DIW), Grace Dobush (Handelsblatt Global), Petra Pinzler (Zeit)


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 06 December 2018  26m
 
 

Pact or panic: Can migration be controlled?


An intergovernmental conference is being held in the Moroccan capital, Marrakesh in December, to adopt the UN-sponsored global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration. The US and several other countries reject the pact, arguing that it paves the way for more mass migration. Are they right? Guests: Ana Maria Álvarez (Migration Hub), Edith Kimani (DW), Matthew Karnitschnig (Politico)


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 29 November 2018  25m
 
 

Pact or panic: Can migration be controlled?


An intergovernmental conference is being held in the Moroccan capital, Marrakesh in December, to adopt the UN-sponsored global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration. The US and several other countries reject the pact, arguing that it paves the way for more mass migration. Are they right? Guests: Ana Maria Álvarez (Migration Hub), Edith Kimani (DW), Matthew Karnitschnig (Politico)


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 29 November 2018  26m
 
 

Brexit: Battle for Britain?


Crucial days for Theresa May and Brexit. The British prime minister is fighting to seal support for her exit deal ahead of the upcoming special EU summit. But in London, criticism abounds. Will the UK leave the EU without an agreement? Guests: Alex Forrest Whiting (DW Reporter), Jon Worth (Political Adviser) and Cerstin Gammelin (Süddeutsche Zeitung).


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 22 November 2018  26m
 
 

Fair Trade: How Unjust is the Global Economy?


Eight billionaires own the same wealth as the 3.6 billion people who make up the poorest half of humanity. How can that be just? Who is to blame? Is change possible? Our guests this week: Mekonnen Mesghena (Heinrich Böll Foundation); Rajshri Jayaraman (ESMT), Alan Posener (Die Welt)


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 15 November 2018  26m
 
 

US-Midterms: Tough times for Trump?


In the US Midterm elections, Democrats have captured the House, Republicans maintain control of the Senate. What will split control of Congress mean for the Trump administration? Guests: Griff Witte (Washington Post), Matthew Karnitschnig (Politico), Rieke Havertz (Zeit online)


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 08 November 2018  25m
 
 

Merkel’s Out: What Next?


German Chancellor Angela Merkel is preparing to exit the political world stage. She will not keep her position as CDU party chairperson, nor seek reelection as Chancellor. Can we expect a smooth handover? Our guest: Valerie Höhne (Spiegel Online), Ulrike Herrmann (TAZ), Andreas Kluth (Handelsblatt Global)


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 01 November 2018  26m
 
 

Trump vs. Putin: A new nuclear arms race?


Donald Trump is threatening to pull the US out of a decades-old arms control agreement and increase America's nuclear arsenal. The US leader accuses Russia of violating the agreement. Does a new Cold War lie ahead? Guests: Andrea Shalal (Reuters), Eric Kirschbaum (LA Times) Alex Rosen (IPPNW).


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 25 October 2018  26m
 
 

Merkel’s Out: What Next?


German Chancellor Angela Merkel is preparing to exit the political world stage. She will not keep her position as CDU party chairperson, nor seek reelection as Chancellor. Can we expect a smooth handover? Our guest: Valerie Höhne (Spiegel Online), Ulrike Herrmann (TAZ), Andreas Kluth (Handelsblatt Global)


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 25 October 2018  26m