• Amanpour

  • By: CNN
  • Podcast
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  • Amanpour is CNN International's flagship global affairs interview program hosted by Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour.
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  • Jul 4 2022
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    Less than 1 minute
  • Jul 1 2022
    When Britain handed Hong Kong back to China 25 years ago, ending more than 150 years of colonial rule, the city was set to be governed under the “one country, two systems” model – allowing it to retain democracy and freedom of speech, unlike in mainland China. But it wasn’t long before Beijing started chipping away at that promise. Correspondent Kristie Lu Stout looks at what’s left of the territory’s autonomy, followed by Christiane's interview with Chris Patten, the last governor of Hong Kong.  Also on today's show: Indie rock star turned bestselling author Michelle Zauner; Global Health Professor Kristie Ebi.  To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
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    55 mins
  • Jul 1 2022
    As Russia’s war on Ukraine enters its fifth month, constant reminders emerge that it’s being mostly waged against soft targets: civilians. Today President Zelensky called the attack on a shopping center “one of the most defiant terrorist acts in European history.” Search and rescue operations continue, but at least 18 people are confirmed dead. The Russians cling to their familiar line, that their missile strike targeted “western weapons and ammunition.” President Zelensky says the enemy has marked him as target number one, and his family as number two. But neither he nor First Lady Olena Zelenska is cowering in fear. Like him, she’s busy on many fronts, rallying the world to Ukraine’s cause, supporting her people during this devastating war, and being a mother to two children. Zelenska met her husband when they were just kids, and in a TV exclusive from Kyiv, she tells Christiane that their relationship is necessarily on pause, like so many other families fighting for their nation’s survival.  Also on today's show: former NATO Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe Richard Shirreff; Karissa Haugeberg, author of Women Against Abortion. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
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    55 mins

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