Dennis Wholey explores some of the many treasures of Greece. After speaking with Greece's Minister of Tourism Elena Kountoura, Dennis visits the popular tourist island of Mykonos and the nearby island of Delos, the largest archeological site in Europe. In addition, Dennis enjoys a tasty and nutritious Greek feast on the island of Crete and takes in the old-world charm and beauty of the Grande Bretagne Hotel and the casual pace of life in the Plaka.
Estonia is discussed with a former prime minister, Taavi Rõivas; representatives from Cleveron, Testlio and E-Estonia; and the head of Estonia's Talinn University of Technology, which has recently been renamed TalTech.
Estonian president Kersti Kaljulaid discusses all facets of Estonian life and covers the country's deep history, independence from the Soviet Union and efforts to become one of the most advanced modern nations on Earth.
Robert Kagan discusses his book, "The Jungle Grows Back: America and Our Imperiled World," in which he confronts America's role as an engaged global leader while struggling with historically familiar tides of nationalism and hostility.