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Economist Betsey Stevenson and former Rep. Donna Shalala say the Senate needs a cardiologist on hand, for the stress they're causing the U.S. economy. They join Bianna Golodryga to discuss how congress is playing a dangerous game with the debt ceiling. Then Chief China correspondent for the Wall Street Journal Lingling Wei explains how President Xi…
 
As UNGA is in full swing, Linda Thomas-Greenfield joins Christiane Amanpour to explain that the U.S. is building better relations with its allies, despite some recent "expressions of disappointment". She reflects on what she calls recent "bumps in the road". Then Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani argues that nothing i…
 
Former U.S. Ambassador to the EU Anthony Gardner and Chinese expert Victor Gao join Christiane Amanpour to reflect on the fallout from the AUKUS pact and implications for US/China relations. Then Bridget Cambria, immigration lawyer and Executive Director of Aldea - The People's Justice Centre, discusses the Haitian migrants attempting to reach the …
 
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen joins Christiane Amanpour in an exclusive interview to talk about the AUKUS deal. She says a lot of questions have to be answered and the current treatment of France is “not acceptable”. Then UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi discusses the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan and the n…
 
President of the Rockefeller Foundation Dr. Rajiv Shah joins Bianna Golodryga to discuss his ambitious proposal to challenge global inequity. Then Journalist and biographer Evan Osnos speaks about his new book, “Wildland: The Making of America's Fury”, and how President Biden's foreign policy has taken shape in his first nine months in office. And …
 
Angela Povilaitis was the lead prosecutor of Larry Nassar, she speaks exclusively to Bianna Golodryga about the U.S. gymnasts' brave testimony and the institutional failings that permitted Nassar's abuse. Then reporter Georgia Wells and Tristan Harris, co-founder of Humane Tech and subject of "The Social Dilemma", discuss The Wall Street Journal re…
 
Dr. Hans Kluge, the World Health Organization's Regional Director for Europe, joins Christiane Amanpour to talk about vaccine inequity and the case for booster shots. Mike Davis, CEO of Global Witness, and Margarita Campuzano, climate activist and Communications Director at Centro Mexicano de Derecho Ambiental, discuss why 2020 was the deadliest ye…
 
Christiane Amanpour talks to director Ken Burns about his new documentary series "Muhammad Ali" on the legendary boxer, what he found so compelling about him, and sportsmanship today. John McEnroe, 7-time tennis Grand Slam champion, discusses the whirlwind success of British tennis star Emma Raducanu and the role mental health plays in the game. Ha…
 
Christiane Amanpour talks with Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo, Professor of Infectious Diseases at the University of Alabama, and science journalist Tara Haelle about anti-vaxxers, the influence they hold and how they prey on credible health fears. Academy award-winning actor Morgan Freeman joins actor Frankie Faison and Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. to talk about …
 
20 years after the 9/11 attacks, Christiane Amanpour speaks with Roya Rahmani, the former Afghan ambassador to the U.S., about what it means to have the Taliban in charge again two decades later. Then, reflecting on her reporting at the time, Christiane talks about the attacks and how we got to where we are. Lawrence Wilkerson, the former Chief of …
 
Bianna Golodryga talks to Anand Gopal, contributor at The New Yorker, about his reporting on the lives of rural Afghan women suffering through decades of civil war and foreign occupation. Daniel Bogado, director of '9/11: One Day in America', talks about giving voice to the people who survived the attack on the World Trade Centre and the process of…
 
As the Taliban's hardline caretaker government takes shape, Christiane Amanpour talks to U.S. Democratic Senator Chris Murphy about America's role in the crisis. Kori Schake, the Director of Foreign and Defense Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, discusses her time in the Bush administration and where American foreign policy goes f…
 
Former California Governor Jerry Brown joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss what it will take for countries to act on climate as well as the recall vote facing his successor Governor Newsom in California. Then “Red Roulette" author Desmond Shum explains why he believes his new book about corruption in China led to the mysterious reappearance of his…
 
As the Taliban crack down on women protesting in Kabul and new shocking segregation measures are installed in Afghan universities, Shkula Zadran, who was Afghan Youth Representative to the United Nations in 2020, joins Christiane Amanpour to explain why she refuses to be silent despite the grave risks. Turning to the United States, Carol Moseley Br…
 
With the Taliban and ISIS K taking hold in Afghanistan, former jihadist and MI6 spy inside al Qaeda Aimen Dean joins Christiane Amanpour and explains that the Kabul attack may inspire others and extremist groups may now come out of their sleeper cell mode. Then Michael Keaton, screenwriter Max Borenstein and attorney Ken Feinberg discuss their new …
 
Journalist Shefali Luthra from The 19th News joins Bianna Golodryga to break down one of the strictest abortion laws in the country just introduced in Texas and how it will hit the most vulnerable the hardest. Turning to Afghanistan, Whitlock sued to access confidential documents for "The Afghanistan Files." He explains that the war would have ende…
 
Former journalist and U.S. military advisor Sarah Chayes joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the ties that bind U.S. and Afghan societies. Former Pakistani ambassador to the U.S. and the UN Maleeha Lodhi says Pakistan would like to see the international community engage with the Taliban in Afghanistan. Then turning to the coronavirus pandemic, top…
 
As the last U.S. evacuation flight leaves Afghanistan, Taliban expert Ashley Jackson and former CIA official Robert Grenier tell Christiane Amanpour that Western countries can't cut off the Taliban at the expense of innocent Afghans. Annalena Baerbock, the Green Party candidate for German Chancellor, explains why "it's important" Germany gets up to…
 
Bianna Golodryga talks to Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba of Jackson, Mississippi, who is bracing his city as hurricane Ida continues to charge across the country as a tropical storm. As the chaos in Afghanistan continues, Mike Rogers, the former chair of the House Select Committee on Intelligence, discusses what happens now as the August 31 deadline lo…
 
As Afghanistan still reels from the Taliban’s seizure of the country, Afghan media mogul Saad Mohseni reflects on President Ashraf Ghani's quick departure that triggered the collapse of the political system as we know it. The head of the International Rescue Committee also weighs in, arguing that we can't allow a military withdrawal to become the e…
 
As shocking scenes emerge of Afghan’s clinging to the sides planes from Kabul’s main airport and U.S. President Biden doubles down on his decision to withdraw troops from the country, former U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper joins Christiane Amanpour to react to the Taliban takeover and the decisions made by his former boss President Trump. We a…
 
As the international community watches in shock as the Taliban takes control of Afghanistan at lightening speed and people frantically try escape the country, we take a look at what this means for the country and their political future. First, Taliban Spokesperson Suhail Shaheen joins Christiane Amanpour to answer questions about what will happen t…
 
The Taliban has now taken control of Herat, Afghanistan’s third-largest city. To assess the latest, Bianna speaks with Barnett Rubin, who has advised the U.S. government on Afghanistan, and Ahmed Rashid, a longtime expert on the Taliban. This week a bipartisan group pushed a trillion-dollar bill through the Senate; hot on its heels was an additiona…
 
The topic of vaccination has become a hot political issue. We speak to Dr. Anthony Fauci, Chief Medical Adviser to the U.S. President on how concern we should be as covid cases soar through Florida and Louisiana. Christiane Amanpour also speaks with a legendary TV producer, Norman Lear, and his work as a social activist. He appears alongside Ben Je…
 
Andrew Cuomo resigns as New York governor. What’s next? Christiane speaks to New York State Senate Majority Leader, Andrea Stewart-Cousins. American is almost out of Afghanistan but the Taliban is moving in with rapid speed, seizing its seventh provincial capital in five days. We speak to former NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen and form…
 
Global warming is happening faster than we previously thought. The extreme weather conditions have been intensifying over the years as fatal floods occur in Germany and China, wildfire rages in California, and apocalyptic scenes of Greece with thousands forced to flee the burning infernos. Alok Sharma, the British government’s climate chief discuss…
 
Dr. Karl Lauterbach, German Parliament Member, and Dr. Larry Brilliant, founder and CEO of Pandefense Advisory, join Bianna Golodryga to discuss the science and ethics behind some countries' plans to offer booster shots before millions around the world have even received their first vaccine. Former federal prosecutor Laura Coates digs into the new …
 
Retired Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman joins Bianna Golodryga to discuss his new book "Here, Right Matters: An American Story" about his experience testifying before Congress in 2019 about the phone call between President Trump and the Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky. Mayor James Brainard of Carmel, Indiana, talks about how he got his cit…
 
On the one year anniversary of the deadly port explosion in Beirut, Christiane Amanpour looks back at it's devastating impact with Georges Kettaneh, the Secretary General of the Lebanese Red Cross. On the eve of the inauguration of Iran's President-elect Raisi, journalist and author Robin Wright discusses the future of U.S.-Iran relations and the p…
 
California Governor Gavin Newsom joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss his political future as he stares down a possible recall. He also blasts pundits who he accuses of sowing doubt about vaccines as his state battles growing COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. Then Turkish-British author Elif Shafak talks about her new book, “The Island of Missin…
 
Nathalie Loiseau, French Member of European Parliament, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss President Macron's tough new covid health pass. Then Ezra Klein, opinion columnist for The New York Times and host of "The Ezra Klein Show", talks about the challenges of getting all eligible Americans vaccinated. Our Walter Isaacson speaks to Michael Oster…
 
Dr. Reed Tuckson, founder of Black Coalition Against Covid, joins Bianna Golodryga to discuss covid-19 and vaccinations in the black community. Turning to Afghanistan, Saad Mohseni, CEO Of Afghanistan's largest media conglomerate Moby Media Group, explains that the Taliban now faces a different country to the one they left behind. Back in October o…
 
Belarusian opposition leader Svetlana Tsikhanouskaya tells Bianna Golodryga about her meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden. Alexey Kovalev, Investigations editor at Medusa, discusses Putin's crackdown on Russian media in the run up to the parliamentary election. Veteran U.S. Olympic mental skills coach Dr. Colleen Hacker discusses the psychologica…
 
Director General for U.S. Affairs at the Cuban Foreign Ministry Carlos Fernández de Cossío denies reports of arbitrary detentions after mass protests in his country and instead cast blame on America's "campaign of misinformation." Then James Thornton, CEO of ClientEarth, tells Christiane Amanpour about his work to defend the natural world in the co…
 
As the first hearing of the special House committee's investigation into the January 6 insurrection gets underway, former Chairman of the 9/11 Commission Thomas Kean joins Christiane Amanpour to react. After Tunisian President Kais Saied sacked the Prime Minister and suspended parliament but continues to deny staging a coup, Amnesty International's…
 
As the pandemic continues, The World Health Organization's Africa director Dr. Matshidiso Moeti and epidemiologist Jeremy Farrar join Christiane Amanpour to discuss vaccine inequity and the latest Covid-19 challenges. Then Robin Rue Simmons, former Alderman from Evanston, and theologian Robert Beckford talk reparations in the United States and how …
 
An Olympic opening ceremony like you've never seen before. No fans and athletes marching in masks around a mostly empty stadium. We speak to CNN's Selina Wang for the latest on the ground from Tokyo. Also joining the Olympic conversation is two-time U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist Briana Scurry. In the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, women count for almost half of…
 
Will the United States ever get it together? That’s what President Biden says he is often asked by other world leaders. Bianna Golodryga, standing in for Christiane Amanpour speaks with historian and staff writer for The Atlantic, Anne Applebaum, and Richard Ben-Veniste, who was a member of the Bipartisan nine-eleven commission on just what this al…
 
U.S. climate envoy John Kerry joins Christiane Amanpour to react to Jeff Bezos's idea to export pollutants out of this world to keep Earth "this gem of a planet." Scientist and author Katharine Wilkinson also weighs in saying that that to cut through all the politics around climate change, we need to address hearts and minds." Then CNN's Larry Mado…
 
After the U.S. announced plans to withdraw, Taliban fighters seized large swathes of territory. Spokesman Suhail Shaheen joins Christiane Amanpour to explain the Taliban's thinking. Nader Nadery also weighs in, a senior member of the Afghan peace negotiation team, who says the Taliban is intimidating communities and that a ceasefire is needed now. …
 
As virtually all coronavirus rules are lifted in England, London's Mayor Sadiq Khan joins Christiane Amanpour to explain that he does support the easing of restrictions but urges people to get vaccinated, saying "the virus is still with us". Then the Director-general of Israel's Health Ministry Nachman Ash discusses his country's fight against Covi…
 
German international relations expert Constanze Stelzenmüller joins Bianna Golodryga to reflect on German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s tenure. She says we'll miss Merkel's stability, but there was a 'dark underside' to her leadership. Then Dr Marc Boom, President & CEO of Houston Methodist hospital, discusses the urgent need to get Americans vaccinat…
 
Gina McCarthy, White House National Climate Adviser, joins Bianna Golodryga to discuss the EU's new bold climate plan, the heatwave sweeping across America and why she believes climate change is not a partisan issue. Continuing our conversation about the climate crisis, Friederike Otto, Associate Director of the Environmental Change Institute at th…
 
Afghan peace negotiator Fatima Gailani and former U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan Ryan Crocker speak with Bianna Golodryga about Taliban advances and U.S. withdrawal in Afghanistan. Then U.S. Special Envoy to Iran Robert Malley discusses the obstacles to re-entering the Iran nuclear deal. He explains that Iran has not yet made irreversible nuclear a…
 
Fmr. Mexico FM Jorge Castañeda and Correspondent Patrick Oppmann join Bianna Golodryga to discuss what's driving the biggest protests in Cuba since the 1959 revolution. Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó defends the country's new law that bans information which "promotes" homosexuality and gender change being used in schools. The government…
 
Correspondent Matt Rivers and Politics Professor Robert Fatton join Bianna Golodryga to discuss the fallout from the shocking assassination of Haiti's President and the root of their political crisis. Former U.S. Acting Surgeon General Boris Lushniak calls this an 'OMG moment' as the world still deals with 'messed up communication' around covid. Th…
 
Despite Taliban gains on the ground, leading Afghan official Abdullah Abdullah explains to Bianna Golodryga, standing in for Christiane Amanpour, that the ousting of the democratically elected government in Kabul will not happen. Then Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director of U.N. Women, talks about the disproportionate impact the pandemic has …
 
Economist Susan Lund says it was easier to shut down the economy in 2020 than to restart it in 2021. She joins Bianna Golodryga, standing in for Christiane Amanpour, to discuss the bumpy road ahead as the economy reboots. Then Samantha Stark, director of "Framing Britney Spears," reflects on the popstar's statement to court today regarding the cons…
 
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss President Joe Biden's plans amid Taliban's wins in Afghanistan as well as tensions with China and Iran. She says the U.S. is not withdrawing from Afghanistan. Then award-winning rapper and best-selling “Natives” author Akala discusses turning his hand to fiction, comb…
 
Russian Ambassador to the UK Andrei Kelin joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss opposition leader Alexey Navalny and Moscow's relations with the west following the Biden-Putin summit. Turning to America, former City Council Speaker Christine Quinn and broadcaster Brian Lehrer dissect the forces at play in the 2021 New York City election. Then our Wa…
 
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