The Heat: Reporters’ roundtable

The Heat

The Heat: Reporters' roundtable

Once a month, we like to take a step back from our usual format and spend a bit of time gathering fresh insight and analysis from those covering world events.

The Syrian conflict heats up; what’s next as more than 170 countries sign the Paris climate accord; brutal slayings by extremists continue to rock Bangladesh; and with the vote just weeks away, will Britain decide to leave the European Union? Big stories and we’ll tackle them all.

The Heat: Reporters' roundtable pt.1

The Heat: Reporters' roundtable pt.1

The Syrian conflict heats up; what's next as more than 170 countries sign the Paris climate accord; brutal slayings by extremists continue to rock Bangladesh; and with the vote just weeks away, will Britain decide to leave the European Union? Big stories and we'll tackle them all.

The Heat: Reporters' roundtable pt.2

The Heat: Reporters' roundtable pt.2

The Syrian conflict heats up; what's next as more than 170 countries sign the Paris climate accord; brutal slayings by extremists continue to rock Bangladesh; and with the vote just weeks away, will Britain decide to leave the European Union? Big stories and we'll tackle them all. To help us dive into these issues, we've put together a distinguished panel of journalists.

To help us dive into these issues, we’ve put together a distinguished panel of journalists.

  • Wang Guan, chief political correspondent for CCTV America’s Mandarin Service.
  • Simon Marks, President and Chief Correspondent for Feature Story News.
  • Afshin Molavi, a nonresident Fellow at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and the editor of The New Silk Road Monitor.