The Newsmakers

Iraq’s Deadly Demonstrations

The death toll from Iraq’s anti-government protests has climbed to more than one hundred people and thousands more are wounded, but Iraq’s protests continue as rampant corruption, high unemployment and poor public services still plague the country. The demonstrators are calling on Prime Minister, Adil Abdul Mahdi to resign, but he’s promised to make serious changes. Will it be enough to end the unrest? Guests: Ahmed Rushdi Senior Foreign Policy Adviser to the Iraqi Parliament Ali Mamouri Editor of the Iraq Pulse Desk at Al-Monitor Kadhim al Waeli Former Special Adviser to the US-led Coalition against Daesh

Have Iraq’s Protests Pushed Out the PM?

Have Iraq’s Protests Pushed Out the PM?

Protester struck by tear gas canister in face in Iraq

Protester struck by tear gas canister in face in Iraq

Iraqi protesters vow to continue as death toll surges

Iraqi protesters vow to continue as death toll surges

What’s Fueling Iraq’s Mass Protests?

What’s Fueling Iraq’s Mass Protests?

Has Security Law Changed Hong Kong Forever? Democracy Activist Nathan Law Speaks to Us From Exile

Has Security Law Changed Hong Kong Forever? Democracy Activist Nathan Law Speaks to Us From Exile

Has Security Law Changed Hong Kong Forever? Democracy Activist Nathan Law Speaks to Us From Exile

Has Security Law Changed Hong Kong Forever? Democracy Activist Nathan Law Speaks to Us From Exile

Will Hong Kong Become a Police State?

Will Hong Kong Become a Police State?

​French President Macron's Term Reset

​French President Macron's Term Reset

Israel's Impending West Bank Annexation

Israel's Impending West Bank Annexation

Putin's Presidency Prolonged

Putin's Presidency Prolonged

Putin in Perpetuity?

Putin in Perpetuity?

Israel's Territorial Ambition

Israel's Territorial Ambition

A Tipping Point in Libya’s Long-Standing Conflict

A Tipping Point in Libya’s Long-Standing Conflict

Monumental Mistakes?

Monumental Mistakes?

Is Destroying Controversial Monuments Erasing History or Righting Past Wrongs?

Is Destroying Controversial Monuments Erasing History or Righting Past Wrongs?

Nile Dam Dispute: Can Egypt and Ethiopia Strike a Deal?

Nile Dam Dispute: Can Egypt and Ethiopia Strike a Deal?

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