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Amanpour is CNN International's flagship global affairs interview program hosted by Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour.

2472 - Remembering Dianne Feinstein
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  • 2472 - Remembering Dianne Feinstein

    The longest-serving female senator in US history, California’s Dianne Feinstein died today at the age of 90. Feinstein came to national prominence before taking her senate seat, becoming mayor of San Francisco in 1978 following the tragic assassination of Mayor George Moscone and Harvey Milk. Over a decade later, she then won a special senate election that sent her to Washington, where she worked tirelessly for gun laws. By the time Feinstein was elected to a fifth full term in 2018, she was the oldest sitting US Senator. Senator Patty Murray and former Congresswoman Jane Harman knew Feinstein well and they join the program with reflections on her life and legacy. 

    Also on today's show: Former US Ambassador to Azerbaijan Matthew Bryza; Wall Street Journal World Coverage Chief Gordon Fairclough; White House National Climate Adviser Ali Zaidi 

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    Sat, 30 Sep 2023
  • 2471 - Fox eyes life after Rupert

    92-year-old Rupert Murdoch stepped aside last week as chairman of the Fox Corporation and News Corp, triggering a potentially seismic shift in media spanning the globe. Christiane looks at where the empire strikes next, now that it’s in the hands of Murdoch’s first son Lachlan. She is joined by Andrew Neil, former editor of the Murdoch-owned Sunday Times of London, and tech and media journalist Kara Swisher. 

    Also on today's show: 26.2 to Life director Christine Yoo & subject Markelle Taylor; author Helen Prejean (from the Amanpour archives) 

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    Thu, 28 Sep 2023
  • 2470 - Focus on the climate

    Leaders around the world are rolling back climate policies and pledges, purportedly to boost their economies. In Britain, the government has just approved a huge new oil and gas field in the North Sea, one week after Prime Minister Rishi Sunak slow-rolled carbon neutral targets. The International Energy Agency says that limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius would require no new drilling, while a new report by Oxford University finds that Britain's energy needs could be met entirely by wind and solar power by 2050. The deputy leader of the UK Green Party, Zack Polanski, joins the show to discuss climate politics, UK energy security, and future energy supply. 

    Also on today's show: Betsey Stevenson, professor of economics and public policy and former adviser to President Obama, discusses whether the green agenda in the US is at risk, as well as the future of electrical vehicles and auto makers. 

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    Wed, 27 Sep 2023
  • 2469 - Exclusive interview: Ukraine's new Minister of Defense

    Facing the likelihood of a long war against Russia, Ukraine is seemingly ready for a strategic reset – a move that President Zelensky has marked with a new defense minister. Rustem Umerov took on the new role less than three weeks ago with plans to rebuild Ukraine’s store of ammunition by ramping up local production wherever possible. In his first and exclusive interview, he joins the show to discuss the progress of the counteroffensive, his nation’s weapons systems, and the fate of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet Chief, who was seen today in a Kremlin video despite Ukraine’s claims to have killed him. 

    Also on today's show: US House Democrat Pat Ryan; Muzaffar Chishti, Senior Fellow, Migration Policy Institute; Iranian women's rights activist Elahe Tavakolian 

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    Tue, 26 Sep 2023
  • 2468 - German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock

    Just behind the US in donations of aid to Ukraine is Germany, which last year changed its constitution to rapidly upgrade the country’s military in the wake of the Russian invasion and vowed to provide Ukraine with help for as long as it takes. German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock joins the show to explain how that vow has shaped her nation’s affairs. 

    Also on today's show: Former British Tory minister and MP Rory Stewart; New York Times tech reporter Kashmir Hill 

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    Mon, 25 Sep 2023
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