Amanpour: E.J. Dionne, Norman Ornstein, John Bachmann and Eric Liu
E.J. Dionne, a columnist at the Washington Post, and Norman Ornstein, a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute join Christiane Amanpour from Washington D.C. to discuss dysfunction in the White House as President Trump refuses to work with Congress. John Bachmann, the former EPA Associate Director for Science/ Policy, talks about the impact of rolling back Obama era environmental protection laws. Our Michel Martin talks to Eric Liu, the author of "Become America" about why he wants to increase civic engagement.
Kori Schake, Karin Von Hippel, Mark Hannah, Susan Dynarski, Ruth Reichl
In a foreign policy panel, experts Kori Schake, Karin Von Hippel and Mark Hannah speak to Christiane Amanpour about the Trump administrations efforts to "tame rogue nations". Professor of Public Policy at the University of Michigan, Susan Dynarski breaks down the US college debt system, explaining why Americans should look to Australia and the UK's higher education loan models. Walter Isaacson speaks to awarded food critic Ruth Reichl about her latest memoir "Save Me The Plums".
Amanpour: David Petraeus, José Andrés and Suketu Mehta
Former Commanding General of the Multi-National Force in Iraq David Petraeus joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the escalating tensions between Iran and the United States. Then, Michelin Star Chef José Andrés explains why Americans need to eat more vegetables to help stop climate change. Finally, Suketu Mehta tells our Hari Sreenivasan about why the U.S. needs more immigration.
Amanpour: Jim Baker, Anne Applebaum and Erin Lee Carr
Former FBI General Counsel Jim Baker joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss how Russia might be preparing to interfere with the 2020 U.S. presidential election. Then, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Historian Anne Applebaum explains how Russian interference might affect the outcome of the European parliament elections. Finally, filmmaker and author Erin Lee Carr tells our Alicia Menendez about her new memoir documenting her relationship with her late father and New York Times journalist David Carr.
Amanpour: Robin Wright, Hatice Cengiz, Radhika Jones and Rachel Lears
New Yorker writer Robin Wright joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the White House's Middle East policy amid escalating tensions with Iran. Then, Jamal Khashoggi's fiancé Hatice Cengiz discusses the investigation into the killing of the murdered journalist. Vanity Fair editor Radhika Jones talks about her first year in charge. Finally, Rachel Lears joins our Hari Sreenivasan to discuss her hit Netflix show "Knock Down the House".