During the ‘Orange Revolution’, Worldview frequently checked-in with Kiev-based investment fund manager, Natalie Jaresko. Since then the Wood Dale, Illinois native has become Ukraine’s finance minister. Media reports say many want her to become Prime Minister. We’ll sit down with Jaresko to talk about her journey from suburban Chicago to becoming one of the most powerful technocrats in Eastern Europe, tasked with pulling Ukraine out of economic catastrophe.
Journalist Askold Krushelnycky, was recently embedded with Ukraine’s 37th Mechanized Infantry Battalion. He’ll tell us why he believes hostilities will escalate between Ukraine and Russia. Milos Stehlik talks with the producer of the film Estonian film, 'Tangerines' and we’ll tell you about a Spanish language poetry festival and a celebration of Asian American writers.
Boris Nemtsov, a fierce critic of Vladimir Putin, was found murdered near the Kremlin last week. Censorship in state run media is continues to grow in Russia. Opinions editor, Max Trudolubov talks to us about these issues. We also feature the Katyn Forest massacre on our world history minute, and Global Alliance for Africa on Global Activism