The Newsmakers

Has Life in Gaza Become Unlivable?

The Gaza strip is one of the most densely populated places on earth, and one of the most impoverished. Existence there means unsafe drinking water, few jobs, even fewer basic necessities and almost no chance of leaving. So, has life in Gaza become unlivable? And what responsibility does Israel have? Guests: Efraim Inbar President of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security Mustafa Barghouti Member of the Palestinian Legislative Council Dave Harden Former USAID Assistant for the West Bank and Gaza

Gaza: The Point of No Return?

Gaza: The Point of No Return?

Gaza: From Ottoman rule to the Israeli blockade

Gaza: From Ottoman rule to the Israeli blockade

Gaza: From Ottoman rule to the Israeli blockade

Gaza: From Ottoman rule to the Israeli blockade

Israel-Palestine Tensions: Blockade worsening standards of living in Gaza

Israel-Palestine Tensions: Blockade worsening standards of living in Gaza

Myanmar Coup Enters Third Month

Myanmar Coup Enters Third Month

Boris Johnson’s Renovation Investigation

Boris Johnson’s Renovation Investigation

Biden's First 100 Days

Biden's First 100 Days

India's Second Coronavirus Wave

India's Second Coronavirus Wave

Raising the Curtains

Raising the Curtains

Biden's Foreign Policy Approach

Biden's Foreign Policy Approach

Biden and the Economy

Biden and the Economy

India’s Coronavirus Crisis

India’s Coronavirus Crisis

The Newsmakers Talks to Shah Mahmood Qureshi

The Newsmakers Talks to Shah Mahmood Qureshi

Casualties Mount as Civilian Resistance to the Military Coup in Myanmar Grows Stronger

Casualties Mount as Civilian Resistance to the Military Coup in Myanmar Grows Stronger

Riyadh’s Offer to the Houthis

Riyadh’s Offer to the Houthis

Biden’s Border Crisis

Biden’s Border Crisis

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