The Heat: China and U.S. economies
Who is Argentina’s next president?
BIG STORY – The Handshake
South American leaders prepare for Mercosur summit in Brazil
Mexico City shifts to electrically powered public transportation
U.S. Women’s Football team takes on China in second match
Argentina’s newly elected right-wing Libertarian president Javier Milei caused a stir in Latin America by recently criticizing the Nicaraguan government. Subsequently the Nicaraguan government recalled its ambassador to Argentina on December 4. Additionally, Milei had previously criticized Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. However, […]
November 25 marked the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. As femicide in Latin America remains an enormous problem, Latin American women have been taking action to end gender violence.
Hawaii’s capital Honolulu is home to one of the oldest Chinatowns in the country. And it’s a bustling hub for restaurants, shopping and the arts. In this installment of Tso’l Food, CGTN’s Gerald Tan is letting his nose lead the way to discover a local […]
The United Nations is trying to strengthen peacekeeping operations. Ministers and delegates from more than 85 countries and international organizations are meeting in Ghana for the fifth Peacekeeping Ministerial event. At a time when the world is facing many conflicts, the United Nations is trying […]
Some encouraging news about the economic recovery in China and the United States. We’ll discuss expectations for 2024.
COP28 is underway in Dubai. What issues top the agenda at this year’s climate conference?
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi addressed the Israel-Hamas conflict at the United Nations Security Council. Wang Yi called for a complete cease-fire in Gaza and the implementation of the two-state solution as soon as possible. What role can Beijing play in resolving the crisis? Joining […]
Mexico City was once considered to be one of the most polluted cities in the world.
Despite China’s loss in the first encounter, the visitors remain upbeat ahead of the second match in Frisco, Texas.
Learn more about why Venezuelans claim sovereignty over an area in current-day Guyana.
Farmers in Peru’s Andes are dealing with widespread drought, see how they are coping.
The leaders of Mercosur, the South American trade alliance, are gathering for their second summit this year in Rio de Janeiro.
U.S. Congress is facing resistance to climate spending from Republicans. The Biden administration has vowed 1.6 billion dollars for the Green Climate Fund next year, but will Congress be able to agree insteps for tackling climate change?
With COP28 approaching world leaders are preparing to discuss what’s next in fighting climate change. This year Brazil is coming to the event with recent actions against deforestation showing positive results.