Sounding the alarm. The World Health Organization declares the yearlong Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a global health emergency. Can the virus be contained or will it breach the DRC’s borders and spread into neighboring countries?
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.
Mr. Khan comes to Washington. Years of acrimony between Pakistan and the U.S. replaced by mutual flattery. Can Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Trump set aside their differences and bring stability to a region that badly needs it?
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.
Back from the brink… China-U.S. trade talks are on again after a two-month hiatus. Presidents Xi Jinping and Donald Trump calling for a ceasefire in an acrimonious trade war. But will the fragile truce hold?
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.
Tehran said it will continue to scale back on its commitments every 60 days unless the remaining signatories, Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia, protect it from economic sanctions imposed by the United States. Eu
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.
Heartbreak at the Rio Grande River – A young migrant father and his daughter drown while trying to cross from Mexico to the United States. How their story is impacting the debate on US immigration reform.
On The Heat Podcast, we talk with Negar Mortazavi, consultant editor for The Independent, on rising tensions between the U.S. and Iran, and whether veiled threats from either country could see us on the brink of war.
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.
A presidency fraught with tension, life as a political prisoner and a surprising end. Egypt’s former president Mohamed Morsi — his legacy now tainted by confusion and controversy following his sudden death.