Christiane speaks with Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund Kristalina Georgieva about the global economy. She also speaks with tennis legend Rafael Nadal ahead of the Australian Open. Walter Isaacson speaks with Ezra Klein of the New York Times about his hope for reform of the two party system.
Evelyn Farkas and Nina Khrushcheva discuss how President Biden should handle relations with Russia and President Putin moving forward. Michael Mann discusses his book "The New Climate War," which lays out a battle plan for saving the environment. Emergency room doctors Nicholas Caputo and Richard Levitan explain how early COVID intervention can save lives.
Global health expert Devi Sridhar explains how President Biden can best implement a federal pandemic plan. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg expresses his hope to rebuild a transatlantic partnership under the Biden administration. Rep. Adam Schiff discusses future plans for the Democratic Party. Grief expert David Kessler reflects on the 400,000 American lives lost to COVID-19.
Human rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson discusses the Biden inauguration and the pausing of executions during the presidential transition. Former Fox News anchor Shepard Smith explains how he thinks the network has muddied the information ecosystem. Incoming presidential adviser Cedric Richmond explains why it's crucial that the new administration works with colleagues across the aisle.
Former FBI agent Ali Soufan and journalist Margaret Sullivan assess the threat of domestic terrorism leading up to Inauguration Day. Acclaimed director Sam Pollard discusses his new film "MLK/FBI." Melinda Gates explains how the pandemic is setting women back and how to get them back into the workforce.
Former Congressman Francis Rooney discusses impeachment and next week's inauguration. Israeli politican Gideon Saar explains why he doesn't think Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Netanyahu will be able to unite the nation in the upcoming election. ProPublica reporter AC Thompson analyzes the rise of far right groups across the U.S. Actor Nnamdi Asomugha discusses his new film "Sylvie's Love."
Former Homeland Security official Juliette Kayyem discusses threats to national security leading up to inauguration day. Former Sen. Jeff Flake discusses last week's riot, impeachment, and the future of the GOP. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni explains why he thinks he deserves a sixth term in office. CNN senior medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen gives an update on vaccine distribution.
Former National Security Council official Fiona Hill joins Christiane to discuss Wednesday's riot at the U.S. Capitol. Then, Lincoln Project co-founder Rick Wilson joins Hari Sreenivasan to offer his perspective. Plus, an exclusive interview with Afghanistan's president and first lady on what relations with the U.S. will look like under President-elect Biden.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and Princeton Professor Eddie S. Glaude Jr. discuss the results of Georgia's Senate election. Paul Rosenzweig weighs in on the pro-Trump protest forcing the U.S. Capitol into lockdown. Registered nurse Nerissa Black explains what it's like to be on the front lines of the pandemic in Los Angeles.
Virologist Peter Piot explains why new COVID-19 variants are causing concern amongst scientists. Former Defense Secretary William Cohen reacts to President Trump's phone call with Georgia's secretary of state. Former Sen. Carol Moseley Braun discusses tomorrow's senate runoff election in Georgia. Dr. Vivek Murthy explains what's gone wrong with vaccine distribution.
Christiane speaks with director Ron Howard about his latest documentary, “Rebuilding Paradise.” She also speaks with author Anjan Sundaram about the political climate in Rwanda and photographer Firooz Zahedi about his new collection of work “Look at Me.” Ana Cabrera speaks with Jaime Casap, former Education Evangelist at Google, about how technology can be used to improve learning experiences.