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The National Committee on United States-China Relations is a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization that encourages understanding and cooperation between the United States and Greater China in the belief that sound and productive Sino-American relations serve vital American and world interests. With over four decades of experience developing innovative programs at the forefront of U.S.–China relations, the National Committee focuses its exchange, educational and policy activities on ...
 
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This series features brief discussions with leading China experts on a range of issues in the U.S.-China relationship, including domestic politics, foreign policy, economics, security, culture, the environment, and areas of global concern. For more interviews, videos, and links to events, visit our website: www.ncuscr.org. The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations is the leading nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that encourages understanding of China and the United States among citize ...
 
CNN's lead DC anchor and chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this two-hour long weekday afternoon program, with headlines from around the country and the world, the top stories in national and international news, politics, health, money, the environment, sports and popular culture. The Lead also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages—buried leads—to the forefront.
 
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NCUSCR's new podcast series features short interviews and explainers on timely issues in the U.S.-China relationship with leading experts. For more interviews, videos, and links to events, please visit us at: www.ncuscr.org. The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations is the leading American nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that encourages understanding of China and the United States among citizens of both countries.
 
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According to a Pew Research Center report released in April, Americans view China's partnership with Russia as a serious problem for the United States, amid concerns over China's growing superpower status and economic might. More than 60 percent of American adults believe the Russia-China relationship is a very serious problem, more people than say…
 
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Tony Blair joins Fareed in London to explain how Putin’s war in Ukraine has redefined NATO as Finland and Sweden prepare to apply for membership. Then, Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group, and Zanny Minton Beddoes, Editor-in-Chief of the Economist, discuss how the war in Ukraine has united and divided the world…plus put the world at risk fo…
 
The White House is refusing to call the baby formula shortage a crisis as the Biden administration responds after shortages have existed for months. Plus, the Kremlin is threatening to cut Russia's power supply to Finland after Finland looks to join NATO. Also, a chaotic scene unfolded as Israeli police beat mourners at the memorial procession of a…
 
Rep. Zoe Lofgren of the January 6th committee joins to discuss the new subpoenas issued for Kevin McCarthy and four other House Republicans. Plus, the man who led the Pentagon during the Trump administration weighs the United State’s involvement in Ukraine as Putin’s army is pushed back. Also, American farmers are warning that food prices cold soon…
 
Democrats bill on abortion rights goes farther than Roe v. Wade does but fails after a Senate vote. Plus, Ukrainians retake captured towns near Russia’s border as Putin’s forces make a new play in southern Ukraine. Also, a woman’s lacrosse team from a historically black college said it was racially profiled during a stop in Georgia. The case is now…
 
President Biden will visit Seoul in May for his first meeting with newly-elected South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol, as both countries face increasing mutual concerns, including North Korea's first intercontinental ballistic missile launch since 2017 in March, followed by the April test of a new tactical guided weapon to boost nuclear capability.…
 
President Biden says the U.S. economy went from on the mend to on the move but in what direction? Gas prices hit a record high and are on track to go even higher. Plus, Putin is now targeting the port city of Odesa with hypersonic missiles. Also, as the water drops at America’s largest reservoir, human remains continue to be found with possible maf…
 
Putin used Russia’s World War II commemoration parade to defend his invasion of Ukraine and slaughter of civilians while his forces are accused of dropping a bomb on a school killing dozens. Also, analysts say to get ready for gas prices to skyrocket further in coming days as economic turbulence continues for the stock market. To learn more about h…
 
Fareed talks to Jennifer Cafarella, the chief of staff at the Institute for the Study of War, about Ukraine’s military advantages against Russia. Then, International Rescue Committee President and CEO David Miliband sits down with Fareed to discuss the humanitarian crisis caused by the war. Plus, Bill Gates on his new book “How to Prevent the Next …
 
Internet search history, location data, social media posts, and other digital information could be used for prosecution to target people seeking abortions if Roe v. Wade is overturned and abortion becomes a crime. Then, the Kremlin is putting up Russian road signs and erecting statues of Soviet leaders in the besieged city of Mariupol. Plus, more t…
 
After more than two decades of hostility, Ping Pong Diplomacy began a shift in the U.S.-China relationship towards exchange and engagement. In 1972, engagement was far from inevitable and, just as in 2022, anything but easy, with detractors on both sides. The National Committee hosted a virtual program on  April 18, 2022 with Pete Millwood and Jing…
 
Russian troops have broken into part of the Mariupol steel plant. Will the remaining innocent Ukrainians trapped inside actually be given a chance to get out alive? Then, how a little pill could be the next target for the anti-abortion movement when and if Roe v. Wade fails. Plus, a huge selloff on Wall Street today as the Dow, Nasdaq, and S&P take…
 
Why are some economists saying the biggest interest rate hike in more than two decades should help us all in the United States and bring prices on everyday items down? Plus, Ukrainian forces push back against Kremlin fighters trying to storm the Mariupol steel plant while civilians try to escape. Also, new audio of House Republican leader Kevin McC…
 
A war between China and the United States would be catastrophic, but, unfortunately, is no longer unthinkable. In "The Avoidable War," Kevin Rudd demystifies the actions of both sides, describing how the countries can coexist without betraying their core interests. According to Mr. Rudd, a former Australian prime minister who has studied, lived in,…
 
Protests begin outside the U.S. Supreme Court after Politico publishes a draft ruling that would strike down Roe v. Wade and effect the lives of tens of millions of Americans. So, what happens if and when abortion rights are actually struck down in the United States? Then, bus loads of Ukrainians are arriving on safe ground after months trapped ins…
 
After weeks surviving constant Russian attacks and shelling, holed up in underground bunkers, some Mariupol residents are now above ground and out of the besieged city. But, many are ending up in Russian controlled territory. Are they being forced there? Plus, the U.S. border crisis that has even some Democrats running ads distancing themselves fro…
 
Ukraine's top presidential aide, Andriy Yermak, talks to Fareed about negotiations with Russia, the state of war, and what victory for Ukraine could look like. Then, Joseph Wu, the foreign minister of Taiwan, joins Fareed for an exclusive interview about the lessons Taiwan is drawing from the war in Ukraine (and how the world is responding). Air da…
 
Signs emerge of Russian forces advancing in Ukraine as the U.S. detects improved Russian air and ground operations. Also, American Trevor Reed is finally back in the U.S. after being detained for more than two years in Russia. His parents join to share one of their son’s most outstanding requests. Plus, text messages reveal Sean Hannity told Trump’…
 
Beethoven in Beijing, a feature-length documentary, spotlights the explosive growth of classical music in China since the 1973 tour of the Philadelphia Orchestra, the first American orchestra to perform in the People’s Republic. At the invitation of U.S. President Richard Nixon and Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai, the orchestra used music to help disman…
 
President Biden requests a massive $33 billion to help Ukraine defend itself as explosions rock the capital city of Kyiv. Plus, Moderna is the first drugmaker to ask for emergency use authorization for a Covid-19 vaccine ready for kids 6 months to 5 years old. Now, many parents want to know how quickly can Moderna get FDA approval. To learn more ab…
 
In a brief moment of diplomacy, Russia agrees to a prisoner swap and frees U.S. Marine veteran Trevor Reed. But, what about the other two Americans still detained in Russia? Plus, the Kremlin is accused of blackmail after Putin turns off the tap supplying two European nations with gas. Then, we explore what is pushing the cost of rentals so high in…
 
In the context of EU-Russia tensions and attention on security within Europe, what is the possibility of future trans-Atlantic cooperation on China and in the broader Indo-Pacific region? In an interview conducted on April 13, 2022, Ivana Karásková, a China and international relations scholar in Prague, discusses recent developments in EU-China rel…
 
New horrors and mass graves are discovered in Mariupol. One Ukrainian official says civilians there were forced to dig in exchange for food. Plus, Russia is now raising the prospect of nuclear war, calling the chances “serious and real” and now top U.S. military leaders are responding. Also, former Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk joins t…
 
The United States and China, as the world’s two largest economies and carbon emitters, have an opportunity to accelerate financing for low-carbon technologies, particularly in developing countries. One promising mechanism for action is climate finance; nevertheless, experts estimate an annual shortfall of $850 billion in climate-related financing i…
 
Ukrainian officials say Russians have struck five train stations in central and western Ukraine. Plus, we are joined by the CEO of the company which owns the steel plant in Mariupol where a standoff with Russian forces is ensuing. Also, more than 2,000 texts reveal what Trump’s inner circle and allies were really saying behind the scenes about the …
 
Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, the Chinese government has tried to walk a fine line of neutrality. It has abstained on UN resolutions and not condemned the Russian invasion or the slaughter of civilians. On the other hand, it has restated its support of sovereignty, territorial integrity, and the UN Charter. State owned…
 
Retired US Army Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling joins Fareed to assess Russia's new eastern offensive and Ukraine’s ability to counter it. Then, David Miliband, former British Foreign Secretary, Anne-Marie Slaughter, CEO of New America, and Kishore Mahbubani, former senior Singaporean diplomat, join Fareed for a discussion on the world’s reaction to the war…
 
The Kremlin announces its offensive in every sense of the word as Putin wants full control of southern Ukraine. To do that they need to seize Ukrainian cities such as Odesa and Mariupol. Plus, we learn what it was like inside a Ukrainian village held hostage by Russian troops for more than a month. To learn more about how CNN protects listener priv…
 
New images show what Ukrainian officials say is an enormous massive grave outside Mariupol, the same besieged city Putin claims is now under Russian control. Plus, CNN talks to one Ukrainian risking his life every time he gets behind the wheel and heads closer to the front lines about a selfless mission to rescue his neighbors trapped by the relent…
 
Russia is throwing an intercontinental ballistic missile test into the mix. We explore what this says about Russia’s audaciousness and what Putin told the world before today’s launch. Plus, President Zelensky says 120,000 Ukrainians are stuck in the besieged town of Mariupol and a Ukrainian commander on the ground there is begging the world for ass…
 
Russia’s war against Ukraine enters a new phase with their assault on the Donbas region, now underway. According to intercepted communication, Russia plans to level everything to the ground as a group of Ukrainian fighters hold down a steel plant near Mariupol and become the new symbol of resistance. Plus, most mask mandates for public transit end,…
 
Missile strikes have killed at least seven in Ukraine’s western city of Lviv. CNN is on the ground as new video may show one of Russia’s weapons in action. Plus, more of Jake’s exclusive interview with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky who pushes back on concerns that his troops would require months of training to use advanced weapons systems.…
 
CNN’s Matt Rivers updates Fareed on Russia’s brutal assault on the city of Mariupol. Then, former Swedish Prime Minister Carl Bildt explains how Putin’s war in Ukraine is changing Europe’s security calculus and forcing countries like Finland and Sweden to seriously consider joining NATO. Plus, Bill Browder, formerly the largest foreign investor in …
 
In an exclusive CNN interview, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky sits down with Jake Tapper to warn the world that Russia could eventually use nuclear weapons. Ukrainian officials estimate about 2,500 to 3,000 Ukrainian troops have already died in the war, compared to Zelensky’s estimates that Russia's military casualties are between 19,000 to…
 
On January 20, 2022, a federal court in Boston dismissed charges against Massachusetts Institute of Technology engineering professor Gang Chen, who had been accused of concealing his affiliations with Chinese government institutions. The dropping of all charges against Dr. Chen was a major setback for the China Initiative, a U.S. Department of Just…
 
Ukraine says its last two remaining units in Mariupol have now merged to bolster resistance in the heavily besieged city. Plus, the US and EU have pledged a combined $1.3 billion more in military aid for Ukraine as Russia prepares to launch an eastern offensive. Also, a key Russian warship has sunk, according to a Russian defense ministry statement…
 
Hours after President Biden first used the word “genocide” to describe Russian atrocities in Ukraine, a new report finds clear patterns of violations of international humanitarian law by Russian forces. Experts from the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe say they have found credible evidence of rights being violated. The former U.…
 
Police say a suspect is still on the loose after a terrifying gun and smoke bomb attack on the New York City subway this morning. At least 29 people were injured in the attack, 10 of whom were shot. Also, civilians are rushing to leave eastern Ukraine as clearer signs emerge which suggest that Russia is ramping up its preparations for a full scale …
 
On April 12, 1972, the Chinese national ping pong team arrived in Detroit, the first unofficial visitors from the People’s Republic of China to the United States since the establishment of the PRC in 1949. One of the many excited people waiting on the tarmac to welcome the team was Jan Berris – at that time a program associate with the National Com…
 
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