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What is America's Place in the World Order Post COVID-19?

Amanpour and Company

What is America's Place in the World Order Post COVID-19?

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We live in a complex and interconnected world. What happens in China or Russia can impact the lives of people thousands of miles away. Former State Department official Richard Haass highlights this connection in his new book, “The World: A Brief Introduction," in which he argues that we need to abandon rivalry and embrace global cooperation. Haass speaks with Walter Isaacson.

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17m 2s

This Whistleblower Exposed Theranos’ Life-Threatening Ruse

Remember the name Theranos? It was touted as a revolutionary blood-testing start-up--until 2018, when it came crashing down and its founder, Elizabeth Holmes, was charged with fraud. Tyler Shultz worked at the company before becoming a whistleblower about the technology, which didn't actually work. He joins Hari to discuss lessons learned as it relates to the hunt for a COVID-19 vaccine.

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Misan Harriman on His Historic Vogue Cover

This year, a historic British Vogue September issue highlights activists in the fight for racial justice. The cover was the work of Misan Harriman, the first Black photographer to shoot a September cover, backed by an all-Black team. The cover features soccer star and anti-poverty campaigner Marcus Rashford and model and mental-health activist Adwoa Aboah. Harriman tells Christiane about his work.

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Dr. Fauci: I Won't Be Distracted By Death Threats

Global pandemic notwithstanding, President Trump has launched an on-again-off-again verbal war against America's leading infectious disease expert: his task force adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci. The president recently tweeted that Fauci was "wrong" that the surge in cases is due to the country's failure to shut down properly. Fauci joins Walter Isaacson to discuss the challenges facing the U.S.

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Soccer Star Megan Rapinoe on Her New Show

Megan Rapinoe is a global soccer icon: an Olympic gold medalist, Women's World Cup champion and FIFA Women's Player of 2019. She's also a role model for thoughtful political activism in sports. Now, she joins the ranks of talk show hosts, with her new HBO series "Seeing America with Megan Rapinoe," the next phase in her personal campaign for women's rights and racial justice.

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2m 59s

Special Report on the Explosion in Lebanon

Lebanon - one of the worst hit Middle East countries from coronavirus, and teetering on the brink of economic collapse, has now been hit by a massive explosion in the capital of Beirut. Local authorities are warning that many are injured and buildings across the city have been damaged. CNN reporter Ben Wedeman was standing by on the ground for this special report.

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17m 54s

Will Colleges Survive COVID-19?

The next COVID-related dilemma is the re-opening of schools and colleges. Eduardo Padrón is President Emeritus of Miami Dade College in Florida, a state that set records this week for single-day COVID deaths. His college enrolls more minority students than any other in the U.S. He joins Walter Isaacson to explain why he thinks higher education should be more affordable and accessible.

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