Volodymyr Zelensky discusses Alexey Navalny's death and the state of the war on his country. Christiane speaks onstage in Munich with NATO’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, Estonia’s Prime Minister Kaja Kallas, and Republican Senator Pete Ricketts. The first Cabinet Secretary to be impeached since 1876, Christiane spoke with Mayorkas in Munich, his first interview since the vote.
Nina Khrushcheva on Russia’s history of silencing Putin’s opponents. Hillary Clinton on the world's reaction to Navalny's death and the current mood in Munich. Mikhail Zygar and Peter Pomerantsev on what Navalny’s legacy and what his death means for Putin’s Russia and the future of resistance. Evgenia Kara-Murza on the fears Navalny's death stokes for the fate of other Russian political prisoners.
Kurt Volker and Philip Breedlove join the show to discuss what a Trump win could mean for America’s future in NATO. Dr. Tariq Haddad has lost more than 100 family members in Gaza. He speaks about his family’s story and why he believes the Biden administration is complicit in the Palestinian death toll. Historian Dominic Erdozain joins the show to discuss his new book “One Nation Under Guns.”
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