Amanpour and Company

November 28, 2022

Antigovernment protests have erupted across China -- a rare show of defiance against the Communist Party. Protesters are calling for an end to nearly three years of “zero COVID” restrictions.. Christiane speaks with Boris Bondarev about his resignation. In his new book, Douglas Brinkley calls attention to the climate change movement by tracing the work of pioneering environmental activists.

November 28, 2022

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