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"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.
In this week's UpFront, Hassan challenges author and Harvard professor Steven Pinker on his new book, "Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism and Progress," in which he argues that data shows the world is becoming a better place.
And in the Arena, journalist Afua Hirsch and Claire Fox, author and director of the U.K.-based think-tank the Academy of Ideas, discuss racism in the United Kingdom, and the kind of conversations needed to address it.
This episode of "Upfront" includes an interview with a Uighur refugee, and a debate on whether data theft, interference and illegal spending tainted the Brexit referendum.
In this week's Special Interview, Uighur activist and president of the Uyghur American Association, Ilshat Hassan, discusses China's detention of religious minorities, and the effect it has had on him and his family.
"Upfront" quizzes the Malaysia's former deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim and speaks with investigative journalist Seymour Hersh.
A documentary about the burning of wood at an industrial scale for energy.KCET Original
Turkish forces cross the border into northern Syria; two people are shot dead in Germany; and thousands of protestors lead a national strike against Ecuador’s government.KCET Original
Turkey pounds Kurdish forces in northeast Syria; Two businessmen who helped President Trump’s lawyer are arrested; Indigenous protestors in Ecuador capture eight police officers; Iranian women are allowed to watch a football match in a stadium for the firKCET Original
This documentary charts the 70-year search for an effective vaccine against the complex disease.
Doron joins his old team for a covert strike, but the plan quickly goes off the rails.KCET Original
"earthrise" travels to the U.K. and New Zealand to meet the scientists trying to stop the decline of insect populations.
Turkey ignores U.S. sanctions; time is running out for a Brexit deal; Catalonia enters second night of protests; and Mozambique’s election serves as a test of a recent peace deal.
Trump imposes sanctions on Turkey; Syrian Kurds start arriving in northern Iraq; five people killed in protests against Guinea’s president; and protests in Catalonia after Spain’s Supreme Court gives nine separatists long jail terms.
Doron joins his old team for a covert strike, but the plan quickly goes off the rails.