With in-depth panel discussions on domestic and global news and current affairs, Today gives you the story behind the headlines.
Panel: Can China’s Generation Z be called Generation Nationalists?
Are China's Generation Z nationalists? How will their way of thinking influence China and the rest of the world? Our host Liu Kun is joined by Professor Doug Guthrie, Director of China Initiatives at Thunderbird School of Global Management; Chen Sheying, Professor of Public Administration at Pace University; Teng Jimeng, Associate Professor from Beijing Foreign Studies University; and Chen Xi, PhD candidate at East China Normal University.
What's behind US, UK and Australia's new defence pact?
①U.S. and UK to help Australia acquire nuclear submarines as part of a new alliance to counter China.
②French forces kill an ISIS leader in the Sahara.
③The European Union proposes a new infrastructure program, seeking a more active global role.
④Boris Johnson replaces foreign secretary in Cabinet shake-up.
Afghanistan after one month of Taliban rule
The foreign ministers of China and South Korea held talks in Seoul amid concerns over North Korea's recent missile test. And, we look at the situation in Afghanistan after one month of Taliban rule. Plus, Chinese ambassador Qin Gang calls on the U.S. business community to promote trade between the two nations.
Blinken defends Biden's chaotic Afghanistan pull-out
①Antony Blinken defends Afghanistan pull-out at Congressional hearing.
②U.S. and international scientists suggest Covid booster shots are "inappropriate" at this time.
③Naftali Bennett makes the first visit to Egypt by an Israeli prime minister in a decade.
④Survey shows that over 60% of college students in China expect to earn one million yuan annually within 10 years after graduation.
What's new in Macao's legislative election this year?
①Foreign Minister Wang Yi on a four-nation tour in Southeast and East Asia to boost relations.
②Preliminary election results of the seventh Legislative Assembly of Macao have been announced.
③Iran and IAEA reach last-minute deal on nuclear monitoring.
④Report says tech giants made billions through U.S. government contracts during the so-called "war on terror".
Panel: 20 years after 9/11, what shadow does the War on Terror continue to cast?
20 years after the deadliest terrorist attacks on American soil since Pearl Harbors, what is the enduring legacy of the 9/11? How it reshaped the United States and the global response to terrorism? Host Ge Anna is joined by Victor Gao, Chair Professor of Soochow University; David Schanzer, Professor of the Practice at Duke University; Bojan Savic, Professor in Political Science, University of Kent; Hamzah Rifaat Hussain, television anchor and news Presenter of Indus News.