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

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

    Amanpour: Leopoldo López, Sister Helen Prejean, Chelsea Walsh and the Kanneh-Mason family

    Amanpour: Leopoldo López, Sister Helen Prejean, Chelsea Walsh and the Kanneh-Mason family

    Venezuelan opposition activist Leopoldo López joins Christiane Amanpour from exile in Madrid to discuss what the Biden administration’s next steps should be. He explains how their multilateral approach brings hope of a coordinated effort against Nicolas Maduro. Then renowned anti-death penalty campaigner Sister Helen Prejean speaks out on President Trump's unprecedented spree of federal executions before leaving office, and the need for restorative justice. Our Hari Sreenivasan talks to Chelsea Walsh, a covid crisis travel nurse, about jetting around the country to help those most impacted by this pandemic. She reveals the emotional and physical toll tackling this virus takes on healthcare workers like her. And finally, the multi-talented Kanneh-Mason family reflect on the power of music and play part of their new classical album "Carnival."

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    Amanpour: Anthony Gardner, David Miliband, Sadiq Khan, Claudia Sheinbaum and Loretta J. Ross

    Amanpour: Anthony Gardner, David Miliband, Sadiq Khan, Claudia Sheinbaum and Loretta J. Ross

    As President-elect Joe Biden names Tony Blinken as his new Secretary of State, Anthony Gardner, former U.S. Ambassador to the EU, and David Miliband, CEO of International Rescue Committee, join Christiane Amanpour to discuss what his foreign policy agenda could look like in a post-Trump era. Turning to coronavirus - the Mayors of two leading cities, London's Sadiq Khan and Mexico City's Claudia Sheinbaum, explain how this pandemic has hit women the hardest. Then our Michel Martin speaks to Loretta J. Ross, professor at Smith College, about cancel culture and if there’s ever really a time and place for it.

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    Amanpour: Justin Welby, Leon Botstein and Nicholas Thompson

    Amanpour: Justin Welby, Leon Botstein and Nicholas Thompson

    Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby joins Christiane Amanpour to talk about the UK foreign aid cuts, the decision to close churches during lockdown and measurements being put in place in response to sexual abuse within the Church of England. Turning from faith to education – Leon Botstein, the president of Bard College, discusses the call to close New York City public schools due to Covid-19 and the importance of education for democracy. Then our Walter Isaacson speaks to Nicholas Thompson, the editor-in-chief of WIRED Magazine about how misinformation is spread on social media and why Facebook need to change their algorithm.

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    Amanpour: Kevin Rudd, Steve McQueen, and Noubar Afeyan

    Amanpour: Kevin Rudd, Steve McQueen, and Noubar Afeyan

    Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss his petition to investigate Rupert Murdoch's media monopoly, and what a Biden presidency might mean for U.S.-China relations. Then, celebrated film director Steve McQueen talks about his latest work of cinema, “Small Axe.” Moderna chairman Noubar Afeyan speaks to Walter Isaacson about the herculean task of producing and distributing a coronavirus vaccine.

     

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    Amanpour: Hatice Cengiz, Bryan Fogel, Ronen Bergman, and Patrisse Cullors

    Amanpour: Hatice Cengiz, Bryan Fogel, Ronen Bergman, and Patrisse Cullors

    Widow of Jamal Khashoggi Hatice Cengiz joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss her husband’s legacy and new documentary “The Dissident.” Bryan Fogel, the film’s director himself, talks about his powerful work and the murder of Khashoggi. Then, New York Times reporter Ronen Bergman tells Amanpour why he thinks the White House is using the time it has left to exercise a tougher Iran policy than they expect from Joe Biden. Michel Martin speaks to Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors about how they mobilized the black vote in the U.S. presidential election.

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    Amanpour: Nima Elbagir, Mayor Dee Margo, Thomas E. Ricks, Matthew Yglesias

    Amanpour: Nima Elbagir, Mayor Dee Margo, Thomas E. Ricks, Matthew Yglesias

    A new and exclusive CNN investigation from Correspondent Nima Elbagir reveals precisely what happened in Nigeria last month, when thousands protested against police brutality. Then, author Thomas E. Ricks speaks to Christiane Amanpour about his book, “First Principles.” Vox Co-founder Matthew Yglesias talks to Walter Isaacson about the importance of ideological diversity in the media business.  

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