In 1979, student protesters overran the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, seizing the staff there as hostages. Ambassador John Limbert talks about being a hostage during the 1979 #IranRevolution, and his thoughts on U.S.-Iran diplomacy today.
Steel. Soybeans. Motorcycles. All items the average person can relate to. But there’s another front in the U.S. – China Trade War that’s harder to understand, but potentially more hazardous – the currency market. CGTN’s Owen Fairclough joins us to help make sense of it all.
The fifth day of protests at Hong Kong’s airport took a violent turn as police clashed with rioters. But what do these protesters want? And will violence undo support for their cause? Fred Teng joined us to explain events on the ground and what led up to them.
Record breaking heat waves; wildfires in the Arctic; glacier melts flooding Greenland; and July was the hottest month in history. How bad is this going to get? Climate strategist Paul Bledsoe joins us to talk what needs to be done… now.
After the tragedies in El Paso and Dayton, the U.S. has had more mass shootings in 2019 than days. But will anything be done? Gary Nordlinger talks to us about the gun culture and its grip on US politics.
The Democratic debates wrapped up Wednesday night. We saw a clear difference between how progressives and moderates within the Party articulated their vision for the United States. So who lost ground and who gained? Were there any breakout candidates?
On this episode of the Heat Podcast, host Anand Naidoo is joined by two people with two very different views of BDS and the boycott Israel movement: Omar Barghouti, co-founder of BDS – and Daniel Pomerantz, Executive Director of Honest Reporting.
On this episode of The Heat Podcast, host Anand Naidoo talks with Jason Mollica, professor with American University’s School of Communication, about whether Democrats have the spark for impeachment they were hoping for from former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s testimony, and future implications for Donald Trump’s presidency.
On the next episode of The Heat Podcast: host Anand Naidoo talks with correspondent Owen Fairclough about the unlikely rise of new British PM Boris Johnson, Brexit implications and what a new leader means for relations with the United States.
How vital will Africa be in the U.S.’s battle for global dominance? On the latest episode of The Heat Podcast, host Anand Naidoo talks with security and policy analyst Abdullahi Boru Halakhe about the U.S., Chinese and Russian fight for African influence.
On The Heat Podcast, host Anand Naidoo talks with Sarah Pierce, policy analyst at the Migration Policy Institute, about who exactly is making the harrowing journey to the United States and why and what exactly is happening at the country’s southern border.
What does a trade war look like? In China, beef prices are at their highest level in more than a decade. Meanwhile, nearly 1,200 of Wisconsin’s dairy farms have shut down in just two years. On today’s episode of The Heat Podcast, host Anand Naidoo talks with CGTN’s senior international affairs correspondent Nathan King about what a trade war means in dollars and cents for American and Chinese consumers.
On this episode of The Heat Podcast host Anand Naidoo joins by radio host and columnist Charles Ellison to discuss whether we’re witnessing is a dawning of a new day for the Democrats and, if so, how that changes the road to the White House in 2020.
On today’s episode of The Heat Podcast, guest host Mike Walter joins Huawei Chief Security Officer Andy Purdy to breakdown the looming trade war between China and the U.S., and how Huawei could play peacemaker.
While the Congress will take up an arms deal with Saudi Arabia next month, President Trump has already vowed to veto any legislation. On the next The Heat Podcast we talk with Joel Rubin, professor and the U.S. State Department’s former senior official to the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
On today’s episode of The Heat Podcast, Anand Naidoo talks with Collin Laverty on what to make of new restrictions on travel to Cuba and the bleak prospect of softening Cuban-American relations under President Trump.
The U.K. and U.S. have shared a unique bond dating back centuries. Then came President Donald Trump. Anand Naidoo talks with correspondent Simon Marks about his long-delayed, yet highly anticipated U.K. visit, Brexit and PM Theresa May’s upcoming exit.
Huawei is the world’s largest provider of smartphones, but the U.S. is accusing it of spying on behalf of the Chinese government, increasing tensions ahead of a looming trade war. The Heat Podcast talks with senior correspondent Nathan King about the controversy.
In this podcast we talk about why the Iran deal failed with John Sitilides, a geopolitical strategist and consultant to the U.S. State Department and Barbara Slavin, the director of the Atlantic Council’s Future of Iran Initiative.
Hugo Chavez made Venezuela one of the richest countries in South America. Today, the Venezuelan economy is collapsing. On this episode we speak to Temir Porras, a former advisor to Chavez, on what could have been done to avoid the current crisis.
The U.S. has been fighting a losing war in Afghanistan for over 19 years. On this episode we speak to CGTN Correspondent Sean Callebs on why U.S. forces have not been able to defeat the Taliban and how the security situation has deteriorated over the past ten years.
With over 22 candidates and counting, we break down which candidate has the best chance of taking down Trump in the 2020 US Presidential Election. On this episode, we are joined by XM Radio Host Joe Madison.
As China and the US go back and forth trying to reach an agreement on a trade deal, we take a deeper look at what’s really driving this spat in relations. On this episode we are joined by CGTN White House Correspondent Nathan King.
The Heat delves into one big news story every episode and breaks down how these stories impact people like you. We are talking to experts and journalists from around to world with the goal of bringing your perspectives based on first-hand accounts.
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