Amanpour

Amanpour

Amanpour is CNN International's flagship global affairs interview program hosted by Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour.

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July 13, 2024 40 mins
America's most recognizable doctor - Anthony Fauci - on what he's witnessed about Trump and Biden's fitness to serve. Political insiders David Frum and Alastair Campbell discuss how Biden can change the conversation, and concerns about Trump’s rambling rallies.  Then exclusive new CNN reporting reveals Israeli forces deemed abusive by the US are now shaping the campaign in Gaza.  Ahead of the Wimbledon finals, Christiane’s 2022 int...
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Pressure is building for President Joe Biden to quit the race, and yet he’s made it clear he’s not giving up on his campaign for re-election. Speaking for almost an hour at a NATO press conference Thursday, President Biden put on a competent show, but his blunders remain the most memorable take away, like accidentally referring to his own Vice President Kamala Harris as “Vice President Trump,” and calling Ukraine’s President Zelens...
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July 11, 2024 58 mins
That's the message from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization this week as it marks its 75th anniversary at a Washington summit. President Zelensky is using his time in Washington to drum up a sustainable support pipeline for his country, where US weapons have proved crucial in recently stabilizing Ukraine’s frontlines. Meantime, in a striking development, NATO has called out China for the first time, criticizing Beijing as a "dec...
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As world leaders gather in Washington to mark NATO'S 75th anniversary, unprecedented challenges face the alliance. As Germany’s foreign minister, Annalena Baerbock reckons with the many challenges facing Western democracy. She spoke with Christiane Amanpour from the NATO summit about Russia’s aggression, the rise of extremism in Europe, and the threat of an autocratic America under Donald Trump.  Also on today's show: Hezbollah Law...
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As world leaders descend on Washington for NATO’s 75th anniversary summit, the alliance faces threats from foreign antagonists and from within. The stakes could not be higher as gruesome images keep coming of Russia’s latest missile barrage against Ukraine- including strikes on a children's hospital- a clear message from Vladimir Putin. Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky will be pushing hard for accelerated NATO membership. Meanti...
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July 8, 2024 58 mins
Russia today launched one of its heaviest missile barrages yet in Ukraine, killing at least 36 and wounding more than 100. Even a children's hospital that performs 7,000 surgeries on sick children every year was hit hard, according to local officials. Christiane spoke to former Supreme Allied Commander for Europe Wesley Clark about what is at stake for Ukraine and for NATO in its face-off with Russian President Vladimir Putin.  Als...
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Labour of love. A fresh start for Britain as voters called time on the Tories.  Also this hour, my exclusive interview with the woman at the epicenter of Europe's lurch to the far right, Marine Le Pen.  Then, historian Heather Cox Richardson on the false equivalence created over a disastrous debate performance versus a violent threat to democracy.  And from my archive, former President Barack Obama on whether the idea of America...
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Labour has won the UK general election in a landslide. The new Prime Minister, Keir Starmer, pledged to steer the country towards “calmer waters” in his first address to the nation. Starmer is starting to form his cabinet, appointing the UK’s first ever female finance minister. We get reaction from London Mayor Sadiq Khan and former Tory MPS David Goal, and explore what this dramatic shift in leadership means.  Learn more about you...
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As the fallout from last Thursday's disastrous debate performance continues, we ask what President Biden might do next. Plus, as Israel and Hezbollah inch closer to war, Colombia knows how difficult the path to peace is. We speak to the country's foreign minister, Luis Gilberto Murillo.  Also on today's show: Venezuelan classical music maestro Gustavo Dudamel  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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July 3, 2024 57 mins
It's a decisive moment for America and for how the world views what's at stake for them in this battle for the presidency. Former Pentagon official Evelyn Farkas joins Christiane to discuss Joe Biden's candidacy following his disastrous debate performance.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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July 2, 2024 55 mins
First: We discuss the Supreme Court's decision on presidential immunity with veteran US diplomat Richard Haass.  Plus: What does Europe's drift toward the hard-right mean for the world? We're joined by former Swedish PM Carl Bildt.  And: The latest on the dangerous hurricane through the Carribean.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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The Supreme Court finally delivers its verdict on Trump's immunity. We get analysis from America's former acting solicitor general Neil Katyal.  Also on today's show: Biden campaign advisor Keisha Lance Bottoms; Marine le Pen spokesman Philippe Oliver  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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As the dust settles from the US presidential debate, how can the Democrats manage the fallout from Joe Biden's faltering performance? Trumper Marc Lotter and Democratic strategist Simon Rosenberg discuss. Then, from the Amanpour Archive, flashback to Iran's Green Revolution when citizens shouted 'death to the dictator', accusing the Ayatollahs of stealing the 2009 election and locking up the reformist leader. Meantime, as the UN ta...
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Last night, a fumbling Joe Biden faced serial liar Donald Trump in the first live debate of the campaign. Now, America faces a choice: a visibly aging man who failed to live up to that moment, or an authoritarian convicted felon facing even more courtroom trials ahead. Few people are as well placed to discuss than veteran Democratic party strategist Simon Rosenberg and Marc Lotter, who served as special assistant to President Trump...
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June 27, 2024 58 mins
France heads to the polls this weekend, and the far right looks set to come out on top. President Emmanuel Macron threw the dice with this snap election after his Centrist party was trounced by Marine Le Pen’s National Rally in recent European Parliament elections. Correspondent Melissa Bell has more on how Le Pen has reshaped the party’s dark origins into an apparently palatable mainstream alternative.  Also on today's show: Legal...
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June 26, 2024 59 mins
After 15 months in a Russian prison on trumped up charges of espionage, American journalist Evan Gershkovich is finally facing trial. The 32-year-old reporter faces up to 20 years in jail if convicted. Apart from a brief photo-op today, Gershkovich is unlikely to be seen until the process ends. Correspondent Matthew Chance brings us a report with the details, followed by analysis from Russian historian Nina Khruscheva.  Also on tod...
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June 25, 2024 59 mins
As American voters look ahead to the first Biden-Trump Presidential Debate on Thursday, coverage is mostly focused on domestic issues. But an array of global challenges could have the greatest impact on American's daily lives. Until a few weeks ago, David Satterfield was America's special envoy to the Middle East for humanitarian issues. He joined Christiane for a wide-ranging conversation about these foreign policy flashpoints fac...
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced a new phase of the war that has sparked fears of a full-blown war with Hezbollah, which the US has warned could be disastrous. Netanyahu also made comments that appeared to be a death knell for any Gaza peace deal which is backed by President Biden. One of Netanyahu’s fiercest critics is Ami Ayalon, the former head of the Israeli internal security agency Shin Bet. He speaks to Chr...
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As Russia and North Korea's outcast autocrats put on a splashy show of mutual back-scratching, how will America’s next president challenge the anti-US axis? Biden and Trump insiders make their case. Then from the Amanpour Archive, the time The Star-Spangled Banner rang out in North Korea, in a bygone age for musical diplomacy. Also this hour, the doctor who saved the Hamas leaders’ life, and the Palestinian struggle seen through th...
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June 21, 2024 58 mins
Today, the US Supreme Court offered a boost to the Biden administration by backing a federal gun ban for domestic abusers. But all eyes are on some key decisions which are yet to be released. These include whether former President Trump is protected from prosecution for actions taken while he was president, whether the prosecution of January 6th rioters via an obstruction statute is lawful, and if a restrictive Idaho abortion ban, ...
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