The Newsmakers

Political Crisis in Tunisia | Worst Unrest in South Africa

Ten years after the Arab Spring, Tunisian democracy is now in crisis. The sacking of the Tunisian prime minister and the suspension of the country's legislature by President Kais Saied has led many to call it a coup. Once hailed as the Arab Spring's greatest success, is Tunisia's democracy at risk? Meanwhile in South Africa, the jailing of the former president Jacob Zuma has resulted in widespread riots. In what is being termed as the worst unrest since apartheid, more than 330 people have been killed, with thousands losing their livelihoods. Guests: Sami Hamdi Editor-in-chief of the International Interest Sharan Grewal Non-resident fellow at the Brookings Institution Sipho Seepe Political analyst Oliver Dickson Political analyst

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Watch: Can Ukrainians Hold Out Against The Russian Siege Of Cities?

Watch: Can Ukrainians Hold Out Against The Russian Siege Of Cities?

If China Helps Russia, How Could Beijing Impact the Ukraine Conflict?

If China Helps Russia, How Could Beijing Impact the Ukraine Conflict?

Russia’s Attack On Ukraine Is Resetting The Global Order

Russia’s Attack On Ukraine Is Resetting The Global Order

Road To Peace: Can The Antalya Trilateral Meet Lead To A Lasting Solution?

Road To Peace: Can The Antalya Trilateral Meet Lead To A Lasting Solution?

Is Western corporate activism in Russia justified?

Is Western corporate activism in Russia justified?

US bans Russian oil: How will it impact the world?

US bans Russian oil: How will it impact the world?

Are Russia’s Proposed Ceasefires and Humanitarian Corridors in Ukraine part of a Political Strategy?

Are Russia’s Proposed Ceasefires and Humanitarian Corridors in Ukraine part of a Political Strategy?

Did Putin’s Plan Backfire by Uniting the West and Strengthening NATO?

Did Putin’s Plan Backfire by Uniting the West and Strengthening NATO?

One week on, Putin’s military strategy lies in disarray

One week on, Putin’s military strategy lies in disarray

Will Punishing Russia’s Economy Force Putin to Rethink his Assault on Ukraine?

Will Punishing Russia’s Economy Force Putin to Rethink his Assault on Ukraine?

Has the Ukraine crisis exposed the limitations of the UN Security Council?

Has the Ukraine crisis exposed the limitations of the UN Security Council?

Europe Grapples with Ukraine’s Refugee Crisis, as Half a Million People Flee Russia’s Attack

Europe Grapples with Ukraine’s Refugee Crisis, as Half a Million People Flee Russia’s Attack

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