Farnaz Fassihi joins Christiane Amanpour to examine crackdown against protestors in Iran. Péter Szijjártó discusses Hungary's role in NATO and the country's relationship with President Trump. Dread Scott explains his recreation of an 1811 slave rebellion. Christian Siriano tells Alison Stewart about some of his most iconic designs and why he’s happy to break the rules of fashion.
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Mia Love and Russ Feingold speak to Christiane Amanpour about Nancy Pelosi, impeachment and the end of Kamala Harris' 2020 campaign. Rory Stewart makes the case for re-energizing centrism. George Church sits down with Walter Isaacson to discuss age reversal and the possibility of bringing woolly mammoths back from extinction.
Kay Bailey Hutchison, President Trump’s Ambassador to NATO, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss this week's summit and the 70 year old alliance, Michael Lewis talks about his book “The Fifth Risk” and Jonathan Haidt sits down with Hari Sreenivasan to explain how social media is driving polarization across the world.
Bobby Ghosh joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss this year's NATO summit and analyze tensions between Presidents Trump and Macron, then Gülnur Aybet explains President Erdogan's role in the situation. Shirin Neshat and Hadi Ghaemi unpack the significance of a new exhibition of female Iranian artists. Feras Fayyad tells Hari Sreenivasan about his new documentary "The Cave."
Jens Stoltenberg gives Christiane Amanpour a preview of this year's NATO summit in London, then Gérard Araud and Karin von Hippel give the French and American perspectives on the historic meeting. Yaron Zilberman discusses his new film about the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, and Jonah Peretti sits down with Walter Isaacson to discuss free speech in the digital age.
Chairman and CEO of the Walt Disney Company Bob Iger joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss his new memoir “The Ride of a Lifetime,” and art historian Martin Kemp tells Walter Isaacson about his book “Leonardo by Leonardo."
John Browne sits down with Christiane Amanpour to explain technology’s potential to solve our biggest problems, Angelique Kidjo discusses her new album “Celia" and Marc Brackett tells Michel Martin about the importance of emotional intelligence.
Michael Bloomberg's campaign manager Kevin Sheeley discusses why the billionaire has jumped into the race. Actor Richard Gere and his brother, activist David Gere, discuss their recent work. Julia Neuberger, senior rabbi and member of the UK House of Lords, discusses antisemitism in the UK. Ford Foundation president Darren Walker talks how philanthropy can be a tool for achieving justice.
Trump 2020 Campaign Senior Legal Adviser Jenna Ellis joins Christiane Amanpour to give the case against impeachment, then former acting U.S. Solicitor General Neal Katyal gives the case for it. Plus, Pat Mitchell discusses the need for dangerous women in dangerous times, and Lena Waithe sits down with Alison Stewart to explain her writing process for "Queen & Slim."
Doris Kearns Goodwin speaks to Christiane Amanpour about qualities found in good leaders and divisiveness in the U.S., Annette Bening looks back on her acting career and discusses her role in the film "The Report" and Joel Stein analyzes the rise of populism with Walter Isaacson.
Nima Elbagir gives a special report on abuse and exploitation within the Catholic church. Maria Ressa talks to Christiane about her work as CEO of Rappler and the importance of a free press. Artist Olafur Eliasson joins the program to discuss his new exhibit at London’s Tate Modern, and Martha Minow speaks to Michel about her new book "When Should Law Forgive?"
Ronen Bergman speaks to Christiane Amanpour about Benjamin Netanyahu's criminal indictment, Russ Feingold analyzes Wednesday's democratic debate and the latest impeachment proceedings and Dickie Arbiter and Afua Hirsch discuss scrutiny facing the Royal Family. Lesley Stahl tells Walter Isaacson how the Watergate scandal changed both her career and the course of American history.
Bob Bauer and Evelyn Farkas join Christiane Amanpour to analyze Gordon Sondland's impeachment testimony, Cass Sunstein sits down with Walter Isaacson to discuss the history of impeachment and Mark van Baal explains how he became a so-called activist investor in Shell, pushing for change from the inside at one of the biggest oil companies in the world.
Chris Ruddy and Susan Glasser join Christiane Amanpour to analyze Lt. Col. Vindman and Jennifer Williams' impeachment testimonies. Daria Kaleniuk discusses how the inquiry is affecting Ukraine. Lauren Greenfield and Andy Bautista tell Alison Stewart about the new documentary "The Kingmaker."
Henk Ovink joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss historic flooding in Venice, Katharine Hayhoe explains why we need an energy revolution and AllBirds co-CEO Joey Zwillinger discusses the importance of eco-friendly business practices. Plus, Professor S. James Gates tells Walter Isaacson about his new book that examines how scientists proved Einstein's theory of relativity.
James Melville joins Christiane Amanpour to assess Marie Yovanovitch’s testimony in the impeachment inquiry against President Trump. Elissa Slotkin discusses attitudes towards the investigation in swing districts. Masha Gessen sheds light on the relationship between Russia, Ukraine and the U.S. Rick Perlstein speaks with Alison Stewart to give a historical perspective on this week's hearings.
Nancy McEldowney and James Baker join Christiane Amanpour to analyze the Ukraine investigation and its impact. Mark Ruffalo and lawyer Rob Bilott discuss the new film "Dark Waters," a true story of secrecy and a shocking chemical disaster. Adam Frankel tells Walter Isaacson about his debut book "The Survivors" and his discovery that he wasn't his father's biological son.
Today, Congress began hearing public testimony in the impeachment inquiry into President Trump. Mike Rogers, Elizabeth Holtzman, Anthony Gardner, Jeff Greenfield and Carl Bernstein join Christiane Amanpour to discuss the main takeaways from the day.
On Wednesday, the all-consuming political drama of impeachment goes public for the first time on Capitol Hill. John McLaughlin and Joe Crowley each give Christiane Amanpour their thoughts on the situation. Yair Golan joins the program to discuss violence and political confusion in Israel. Chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov sits down with Miles O'Brien to talk technology, Trump and Putin.
Executive editor of the New York Times Dean Baquet sits down with Christiane Amanpour to discuss the challenges of covering the Trump administration. Ronan Farrow tells Michel Martin about his new book "Catch and Kill" and his reporting on the #MeToo movement. Artist Antony Gormley takes Christiane on a tour of his latest exhibition at the prestigious Royal Academy in London.