We challenge progressive Democrat Nina Turner on the US president’s record and discuss the COVID-19 crisis engulfing India.
Through rigorous debate, Marc Lamont Hill cuts through the headlines to challenge conventional wisdom.
We challenge Hong Kong Executive Council member Regina Ip on the new national security law and electoral reforms.
Author Naomi Klein and politician Kshama Sawant discuss why global mass movements are key to tackling climate change.
We challenge Hungarian government spokesperson Zoltán Kovács and debate the case for reparations for US slavery.
We speak to a senior TPLF member about the Tigray conflict, and discuss US gun reform with a school shooting survivor.
We challenge the envoy for Myanmar’s ousted civilian government and discuss rising rates of femicide with Elif Shafak.
We challenge BJP spokesperson Syed Zafar Islam on India’s crackdown on dissent, and discuss the crisis in Lebanon.
We ask activist Greta Thunberg why many are blind to the climate crisis and discuss QAnon’s global popularity.
We debate censorship, ‘cancel culture’ and Big Tech’s role with journalists Glenn Greenwald and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown.
Minister of justice admits the government paid for the flight that took ‘Hotel Rwanda’ dissident to Kigali.
The world-renowned economist explains how tech companies and the pandemic have made the rich richer and poor poorer.
We challenge Danny Danon on why Israel opposes a war crimes probe and debate the future of Russia’s opposition protests.
We ask whether the surveillance industry is out of control and discuss climate change with activist Nnimmo Bassey.
We debate Modi’s overhaul of India’s agriculture sector, and discuss Bangladesh’s Rohingya relocation plan.