The Heat: Journalists’ Roundtable

The Heat

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A potential political bombshell in the U.S. Presidential race as the F.B.I. reopens its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails just 11 days before the election.

Iraqi security forces advance towards Mosul in a mission to retake Iraq’s second largest city from ISIL.

And, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte breaks his alliance with the United States to begin a new chapter with China.

Tonight’s show takes a look at the major global stories and issues in the media:

  • Raza Rumi, a Pakistani columnist, policy analyst and journalist
  • Wang Guan, chief political correspondent with CCTV America’s Mandarin Service
  • Magnus Halldorsson, a journalist and the founder of Kjarninn, a digital magazine based in Reykjavik, Iceland
  • Afshin Molavi, a senior fellow at Johns Hopkins University Foreign Policy Institute
The Heat: Journalists’ Roundtable Pt 1

The Heat: Journalists’ Roundtable Pt 1

A potential political bombshell in the U.S. Presidential race as the F.B.I. reopens its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails just eleven days before the election. Tonight’s show takes a look at the major global stories and issues in the media with Raza Rumi, a Pakistani columnist, policy analyst and journalist; Wang Guan, chief political correspondent with CCTV America’s Mandarin Service; Magnus Halldorsson, a journalist and the founder of Kjarninn, a digital magazine based in Reykjavik, Iceland and Afshin Molavi, a senior fellow at Johns Hopkins University Foreign Policy Institute

The Heat: Journalists’ Roundtable Pt 2

The Heat: Journalists’ Roundtable Pt 2

Iraqi security forces advance towards Mosul in a mission to retake Iraq’s second largest city from ISIL. And, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte breaks his alliance with the United States to begin a new chapter with China. Tonight’s show takes a look at the major global stories and issues in the media with Raza Rumi, a Pakistani columnist, policy analyst and journalist; Wang Guan, chief political correspondent with CCTV America’s Mandarin Service; Magnus Halldorsson, a journalist and the founder of Kjarninn, a digital magazine based in Reykjavik, Iceland and Afshin Molavi, a senior fellow at Johns Hopkins University Foreign Policy Institute