The Heat: 2016 year in review and a look ahead to 2017

The Heat

The Heat: 2016 year in review and a look ahead to 2017

The end of 2016 saw terrorism rip across Europe in multiple separate attacks. The Syrian civil war reached an uneasy ceasefire. The United States elected a new president in billionaire businessman Donald Trump. And China continued its rise in economic might and influence.

These stories and many more are the legacy of 2016. So, what impact did it all have And what’s next?

To discuss the biggest stories of 2016 and look ahead to the coming year:

    • Simon Marks, president and chief correspondent of Feature Story News.
    • Wang Guan, political correspondent with CGTN.
    • Afshin Molavi, the editor of “The New Silk Road Monitor.”

The Heat: 2016 year in review and a look ahead to 2017 PT 1

The Heat: 2016 year in review and a look ahead to 2017 PT 1

The end of 2016 saw terrorism rip across Europe in multiple separate attacks. The Syrian civil war reached an uneasy ceasefire. The United States elected a new president in billionaire businessman Donald Trump. And China continued its rise in economic might and influence. These stories and many more are the legacy of 2016. So, what impact did it all have And what’s next? To discuss the biggest stories of 2016 and look ahead to the coming year: Simon Marks, president and chief correspondent of Feature Story News. Wang Guan, political correspondent with CGTN. Afshin Molavi, the editor of “The New Silk Road Monitor.”


The Heat: 2016 year in review and a look ahead to 2017 PT 2

The Heat: 2016 year in review and a look ahead to 2017 PT 2

The end of 2016 saw terrorism rip across Europe in multiple separate attacks. The Syrian civil war reached an uneasy ceasefire. The United States elected a new president in billionaire businessman Donald Trump. And China continued its rise in economic might and influence. These stories and many more are the legacy of 2016. So, what impact did it all have And what’s next? To discuss the biggest stories of 2016 and look ahead to the coming year: Simon Marks, president and chief correspondent of Feature Story News. Wang Guan, political correspondent with CGTN. Afshin Molavi, the editor of “The New Silk Road Monitor.”

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