Dr. Atul Gawande joins Christiane Amanpour to reflect on another week of tragedies and challenges. Nick Clegg, VP for global affairs and communications at Facebook, discusses the spread of false and dangerous information. Presidential historian Jon Meacham dissects the performance of President Trump in the COVID-19 crisis. David Beasley discuses his experience falling ill with the virus.
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Christiane speaks with former treasury secretary Lawrence Summers about the huge surge of unemployment claims; Tim Spector and Dr. Celine Gounder about the UK's lack of COVID-19 testing; and Mark Suzman about how the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is helping to fight the pandemic. Walter Isaacson speaks with former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Regina Benjamin about dealing with disaster.
In an exclusive interview, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis tells Christiane Amanpour how his country is coping with the COVID-19 pandemic. General Terrence O'Shaughnessy discusses the need for a better coordinated national response in the U.S. Sara Goldrick-Rab tells Hari Sreenivasan how the crisis is affecting low-income students. Plus, will.i.am discusses his new single "Sing for Life."
Christiane speaks with former Deputy Secretary of State William J. Burns, who says this pandemic be an opportunity to restore democratic leadership. She also speaks with a sociologist and the host of "Couples Therapy" about the consequences a quarantine has on those affected by domestic violence. Michel Martin speaks with Republican strategist Stuart Stevens about his denouncement of the Party.
Beth Cameron discusses the government pandemic playbook that she co-authored. Retired General Stanley McChrystal explains how the U.S. military can be used as a tool in these times. David Urban, senior advisor to the Trump 2020 campaign, weighs in on the president's response to the crisis. Biochemist Dr. Jennifer Doudna explains how CRISPR can assist the battle against COVID-19.
Denmark's Finance Minister joins Christiane to explain what his government is doing to mitigate the current economic crisis. World-renowned Shakespeare expert James Shapiro discusses what we can learn from the playwright in these challenging and uncertain times. Former senators Christopher Dodd and Chuck Hagel tell Michel Martin why they signed an open letter condemning partisanship in the U.S.
Dr. Senait Fisseha, chief advisor to the director-general of the World Health Organization, tells Christiane how global leaders should be working together to fight COVID-19. A special report from PBS' FRONTLINE tells the story of the fight against Ebola in Africa. Grief expert David Kessler joins Michel Martin to explain how the pandemic is triggering a grief response across the world.
Christiane Amanpour speaks with the Spanish Foreign Minister about how her country is handling COVID-19; and Dr. David Shulkin about what the Department of Veterans Affairs in the U.S. can do to help in times of crisis. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Lawrence Bartley, director of the Marhsall Project's "News Inside," about how the crisis is affecting the incarcerated population.
Dr. Boris Lushniak gives the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic. Jay Carney, senior vice president of global corporate affairs at Amazon, explains how the company is approaching the crisis. Dick Pound and Eliud Kipchoge react to the postponement of the 2020 Olympics. Tufts University President Anthony Monaco explains how the school has transformed parts of its campus into a hospital.
Prestigious religious scholar Karen Armstrong discusses the importance of faith and spirituality in difficult times. Journalist Mike Chinoy compares and contrasts government approaches to COVID-19 in Asia. Sociologist Nicholas A. Christakis explains the importance of social distancing and why it works.
George Osborne, former UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, explains the state of affairs in London amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Dr. David Ho tells Walter Isaacson about his work to develop a treatment for the virus. Richard Ratcliffe discusses his wife's temporary release from an Iranian prison. Actor Brian Cox discusses the impact of the pandemic on theatre and the arts.
Dr. Peter Piot, one of the scientists spearheading efforts to combat COVID-19, shares his knowledge of the virus. Symone Sanders explains how the pandemic is affecting Vice President Joe Biden's presidential campaign. David Miliband, CEO of the International Rescue Committee, discusses how COVID-19 will affect the world's refugees.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy discusses efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19 in his state. Neel Kashkari, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, explains the state of the U.S. economy and what the future will look like. Yale psychology professor Laurie Santos discusses how the pandemic could influence mental health across the country.
New York City health commissioner Oxiris Barbot explains the state of the COVID-19 pandemic in her region. Dr. Sonia Adesara discusses whether the U.K.'s healthcare system is prepared for the crisis. Harvard economics professor Jason Furman discusses the economic fallout caused by the crisis. David Axelrod reacts to last night's debate between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.
Former Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi speaks to Christiane about his country's struggle with COVID-19. Trump 2020 advisory committee member David Urban discusses the United States' response to the pandemic. MIT economist David Autor sits down with Walter Isaacson to talk globalization, trade and more.
Congressman Adam Schiff gives an update on coronavirus. Journalist Lydia Cacho discusses Monday's nationwide women's strike in Mexico. Former U.S. Solicitor General Ted Olson speaks to Walter Isaacson about the divided state of the Supreme Court and the DREAM Act.
Austan Goolsbee explains how coronavirus is affecting the global economy. World Health Organization expert Dr. Bruce Aylward provides more information on the outbreak. Christiana Figueres, the architect of the 2015 Paris Agreement, sits down with Sheelah Kolhatkar to discuss long term solutions to the climate crisis.
Journalist Helen Lewis tells Christiane about her new book on difficult women who changed the world. German author Daniel Kehlmann describes the vision behind his new novel "Tyll." Yale law professor Daniel Markovits sits down with Hari Sreenivasan to explain why meritocracy is a trap.