The embattled Syrian leader, Bashar al-Assad, appeared in Moscow on Tuesday night, for his first trip outside of his country since the uprising against him began in 2011. It’s a sign of his dependence on Russian military assistance.
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.