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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 29s

Can Americans Trust the 2020 Presidential Polls?

In 2016, polls consistently showed Donald Trump trailing Hillary Clinton, so pundits were shocked at his victory. This time around, polls once again give the Democrats a comfortable lead, but are they any more reliable than last time? Sean Trende is a senior analyst for RealClearPolitics who has been tracking the 2020 polls. He tells Hari Sreenivasan his key takeaways.

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2m 36s

Sarah Longwell and John Fetterman React to Thursday's Debate

Early voting has racked up record numbers in the U.S. – more than 50 million so far – with national opinion polls clearly giving Joe Biden a lead over President Trump. But of course the electoral college decides the winner, which means just a few key states hold a lot of power. Strategist Sarah Longwell and Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman join Christiane to discuss.

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