In South Africa, at least ten people have been killed and shops burned to the ground in a recent surge of anti-immigrant violence. SA columnist Pinky Khoabane joins us to talk about where this anger originates - and how it is aimed at the wrong people.
Politics, social justice, and the media's coverage of hurricanes and other natural disasters - Yes, they're all linked. CGTN's Nitza Soledad Perez joins us to explain why.
Iran has announced it will resume 'unlimited' nuclear development as Europeans scramble to save the Iran Nuclear Deal. Washington, however, plans to keep up maximum pressure. Is there any hope for the JCPOA? Negar Mortzavi, from The Independent joins us.
Members of PM Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party rebelled against him, and now UK’s parliament will vote Wednesday whether to delay Brexit... again. CGTN's Nathan King joined us for a raw take on what Britain's options are moving forward.
The effects of climate change are bearing down, but many feel helpless to take action. Behavioral scientist and climate expert Dr. Sweta Chakrabourty joins us to explain why this is - and what can be done to change our personal outlook.
The Democrats have pitched a big tent for the presidential race. But is diversity enough to defeat Donald Trump's drumbeat of divisiveness? Political strategist Hamza Khan joins us to talk about Election 2020 and the importance of American pluralism.
Ambassador John Limbert lived in Iran and served as a diplomat for decades. He was also one of the 52 American hostages seized at the U.S. embassy in Tehran in 1979. Limbert joined CGTN's Asieh Namdar to talk about current tensions and whether diplomac...
India’s move to revoke Jammu and Kashmir state's autonomy has threatened to ignite one of the world’s most dangerous flashpoints. Sadanand Dhume of the Wall Street Journal joins CGTN's Nathan King to explore how the current crisis in Kashmir came to be.
Steel. Soybeans. Motorcycles. All items the average person can relate to. But there’s another front in the U.S. - China Trade War that’s harder to understand, but potentially more hazardous - the currency market.
The fifth day of protests at Hong Kong's airport took a violent turn as police clashed with rioters. But what do these protesters want? And will violence undo support for their cause? Fred Teng joined us to explain events on the ground and what led up ...