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Jay Panda on Conflict Zone

After stripping Kashmir of its special status, Delhi arrested thousands and imposed a communications blackout. But a senior figure in the ruling BJP tells DW's Conflict Zone it's wrong to call the action a "lockdown."

Hailemariam Desalegn on Conflict Zone

After several years of unrest in Ethiopia and hundreds killed, Hailemariam Desalegn resigned as prime minister to make way for reform, but left behind a questionable human rights record. He meets DW's Conflict Zone.

Nasir Andisha on Conflict Zone

The Taliban "have to sit" for talks with the Afghan government, says the country's ambassador to the UN in Geneva. But how realistic is a common vision between them?

Samuel Brownback on Conflict Zone

Sam Brownback, the former US senator and Kansas governor who has been the US ambassador at large for international religious freedom since February 2018, says religious freedom is universal. "It's a fundamental right for everybody. It exists all times, all places, for everybody. And it doesn't impinge on other rights."

Conflict Zone - Guest: James Jeffrey

Conflict Zone confronts Donald Trump's envoy to Syria, James Jeffrey, on the president's decision to withdraw troops from Syria, a decision that shocked allies, Congress and even members of his own administration.

Crisis mode: Conflict Zone special

Protests in Hong Kong, uprising in Venezuela, rising populism and Brexit blockage – all have become symbols of a world in crisis. DW's Conflict Zone looks back at recent interviews with key players.

Andreas Schwab on Conflict Zone

Conservative politician Andreas Schwab criticized on DW's Conflict Zone the role played by eastern European countries in the selection of candidates for the EU's key positions.

Ronny Tong on Conflict Zone

Hong Kong has given in to protests to an extradition bill that could have seen residents face trial in mainland China. DW meets an adviser to leader Carrie Lam, who sees no reason for her to go despite admitting failure.

Conflict Zone: Beatrix von Storch

Does the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) party have any alternatives for the country besides shutting Muslims out? The party’s deputy leader in parliamentary, Beatrix von Storch, disputes the claim, but in an exclusive interview on Conflict Zone said, “If we take in more millions, we are in great danger.”

Vladimir Cebotari on Conflict Zone

"We will see who is less corrupted and who is better [at] managing and governing the country," the deputy president of the Democratic Party of Moldova (PDM) Vladimir Cebotari told Tim Sebasitan in an exclusive interview. 

Judge Chile Eboe Osuji on Conflict Zone

Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji responds to attacks against the International Criminal Court from US officials over its investigation of alleged war crimes in Afghanistan. 'Do you want me to tell you …. the chamber is going to drop it? I cannot.'

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