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Gaza, Golan and Netanyahu's Election Plan
In this week's "UpFront," we ask the Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations, Danny Danon, about the military escalation in Gaza and whether Israel plans to annex the occupied West Bank.
And in the Arena segment, we debate the conclusions of Robert Mueller's investigation into whether US President Donald Trump colluded with Russia in the 2016 presidential elections.
This week's UpFront features Nobel Peace Prize laureate Tawakkol Karman discussing who she holds most responsible for the war in Yemen and her message for U.S. President Donald Trump.
In the Arena segment, we debate whether the Brexit referendum was a mistake.
In this week's "Upfront" Chief Executive of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah talks about peace talks with the Taliban and the challenges facing his government, which controls barely 55 percent of its own districts.
And in the Arena segment, we debate whether the United States's so-called "war on drugs" has been a failure.
A look at the #MeToo campaign, which has been criticised for excluding certain voices, is being received outside of the West. An UpFront special.
The planet is facing a crisis. Temperatures continue to rise, bringing extreme weather, exacerbating food shortages, and leading to the extinction of some species. Scientists have repeatedly warned that the impacts of climate change are becoming irreversible.
What will it take for politicians and the public to tackle climate change and implement policies that bring actual change? And what role does the world economic structure play in perpetuating the crisis?
Upfront challenge Harvard professor Steven Pinker about his belief that poverty and inequality are on the decline, and we debate the state of racism in the UK.
In this week's "Upfront," 2020 Trump campaign adviser Marc Porter talks about the findings of the Mueller report and whether he thinks the U.S. president obstructed justice.
Also, in a special interview, Nobel Peace laureate and Iranian dissident Shirin Ebadi explains why the government in Iran must change, and how she thinks it can be done.
UpFront interviews former war crimes prosecutor Carla del Ponte, who last year quit the United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Syria in protest, saying that justice for Syria’s victims was not possible.
A look at how locals are finding ways to coexist with their animal neighbours in Australia and Bangladesh.KCET Original
Pakistan’s prime minister compares Indian government to Nazis; police fires tear gas at protesters in Hong Kong; Iran’s leader says it needs no help protecting the gulf; and a teenager sails across the Atlantic to bring awareness to climate change.KCET Original
A shocking defeat for Argentina’s president pushes the country’s currency to a record low; 100s of protestors defy a security lockdown in Kashmir as Muslims mark the Eid holiday; Iran’s foreign minister warns the U.S. about deploying forces to the gulf.KCET Original
"earthrise" sets off on a month-long journey around Antarctica to study the effects of climate change on the continent.KCET Original
The world’s largest land predator is under threat, and George is heading to Canada’s far north to see how polar bears are coping with their rapidly changing climate.KCET Original
Sick of the stereotypes in queer narratives, dancer Jacob Tamata puts his all into directing his first ever vogue performance.
The Kashmir crisis prompts an emergency session of the U.N. security council; rights groups accuse the police in Zimbabwe of using excessive force; and a seized Iranian oil tanker prepares to sail despite objections from the U.S.
The West African country of Mali is a birthplace of the blues, yet today, the music and musicians of Mali are in grave danger.
Iranian oil tanker detained by the U.K. for 43 days is released; two U.S. congresswomen attack a ban on them entering Israel; Pakistani and Indian forces exchange fire in Kashmir; six European countries agree to take in migrants stranded at sea.
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