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Stacy Washington is a Christian, wife, mom, radio host and political commentator. Stacy is also Co-Chair of the Project 21 National Advisory Council of the National Center for Public Policy Research. Stacy is an Emmy Nominated TV personality and Air Force Veteran and has appeared on Fox News, Fox Business, CNN, The Blaze, PBS, RT TV, Al Jazeera, HuffPost Live, and a host of network tv stations.
 
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The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control is an agency with a mandate to strengthen Europe's defences against infectious diseases.But there are many who question its purpose. Critics say the agency has not been effective in dealing with this crisis.And without any executive powers, its recommendations are not legally binding.So how wil…
 
Samir Kassir, a Lebanese journalist, academic and political activist, paid the ultimate price for his work when he was killed by a car bomb outside his Beirut home in 2005.While accusations, speculation and denials followed his death, it was clear that Kassir's critical voice had drawn the ire of big power players in Lebanon. This documentary tells…
 
The climate crisis is an "urgent national security issue" says Joe Biden's team.So he's given former secretary of state John Kerry a seat on the national security council to drive home his commitment to the environmentKerry has been sharply critical of Donald Trumps' dismantling of climate policies.He will join a National Security team that, Biden …
 
This year seemed destined to be the year Hong Kong would get democracy, or lose everything. But as 2020 progressed, we’ve watched the movement suffer, blow after blow. We’re revisiting an episode we aired in June, and checking in on how coronavirus and the National Security Law have thwarted the fight for democracy. In this episode: Divya Gopalan (…
 
China has long been pushing for a greater role in global internet governanceNow it says it wants to build a common cyberspace community. President Xi Jinping says his nation is ready to cooperate on a shared internet infrastructure with other countries.China strictly controls the internet and censors its content.It recently proposed regulations tha…
 
Beirut’s reconstruction in the wake of the August port explosion needs billions of dollars and months of work, and with little political or economic progress, the engine of the city’s reconstruction so far has been civil society. One recycling initiative is focusing on the glass that shattered all over Beirut by recycling the shards into new produc…
 
The air quality in India's capital is known to be among the world's worst.But at this time of the year, pollution in New Delhi soars.A huge cloud of smog settles over the city as wind speeds slow down during winter.It's full of air pollutants from vehicle exhaust, construction dust, industrial emissions and crop burningOn normal days, that's very h…
 
Uganda's election campaign is off to a violent start.At least 37 people have died in protests triggered by the arrest of opposition figure Bobi Wine.Wine says he was tortured in detention.The government is blaming Wine's supporters for the unrest.So just how much of a threat is he to President Yoweri Museveni in next January's vote?Presenter: Moham…
 
The G20 nations, made up of the world's biggest economies, struck an historic agreement on restructuring debt for some of the world’s poorest nations.It goes beyond the current deal to freeze debt repayments until June of next year.It is significant because it includes China, which has been reluctant to sign up to any deal that would cancel or rest…
 
Much of the world is battling to contain the coronavirus pandemic, and the challenge is even greater in Syria.Years of war have destroyed the health system.The few hospitals left operating are struggling to cope with 300-500 new infections a day.Social distancing is nearly impossible for displaced people in overcrowded camps in Idlib.So can a new h…
 
Surfing has long been viewed as a white-dominated sport, but one woman is working to change the face of surf culture. From the shores of Dakar, Senegal, Rhonda Harper is training Black girls to become professional surfers through her organization Black Girls Surf. We’re diving into the swell to hear about the limitations, and triumphs of redefining…
 
Last year, Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Now, he is waging war on his country’s northern region of Tigray.The conflict between Abiy’s government and Tigray’s leaders, The Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) has reportedly left hundreds dead and forced tens of thousands to flee across the border into Sud…
 
Since 1980, the United Nations has recorded 82 cases of forced disappearances in Thailand. Some people have been found dead, others are never found at all.Fear of government retaliation means families of the disappeared are often left to fight their cases alone.But when the beloved Thai human rights activist Wanchalerm Satsaksit was abducted in Cam…
 
The U.S. president is making some of his final foreign policy decisions before leaving office.Donald Trump has made further cuts to U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq.Even Republican leaders say the move could risk security in the region.Media reports also say the Trump Administration is considering tougher action on Iran and Yemen's Houthi rebels…
 
A sea journey to Europe once shunned by many migrants for being too dangerous is busy again.Hundreds have drowned this year in the Atlantic Ocean off Senegal on their way to the Canary Islands, a Spanish territory.More than 16,000 migrants have made the journey this year, 10 times last year's total.Hotels have been turned into reception centres.So …
 
Media outlets in the United States face a reckoning as they struggle to break up with Donald Trump.Contributors:Murtaza Hussein - reporter, The InterceptMaria Hinojosa - founder, Futuro Media GroupMatt Taibbi - author and journalistAshton Lattimore - editor-in-chief, Prism ReportsOn our radar:Ethiopia erupts. Richard Gizbert speaks to producer Joha…
 
Media outlets in the United States face a reckoning as they struggle to break up with Donald Trump.Contributors:Murtaza Hussein - reporter, The InterceptMaria Hinojosa - founder, Futuro Media GroupMatt Taibbi - author and journalistAshton Lattimore - editor-in-chief, Prism ReportsOn our radar:Ethiopia erupts. Richard Gizbert speaks to producer Joha…
 
When Abiy Ahmed became Ethiopia’s Prime Minister in 2018, the country was full of promise and excitement for a better future. But this year, hope has turned to horror as headlines of ethnic violence and war have superseded those of peace-making. The conflict in northern Ethiopia has already lasted two weeks, and it threatens to destabilize the enti…
 
A second potential COVID-19 vaccine is raising hopes around the the world.U.S. drugmaker Moderna says trials have shown its vaccine is nearly 95 percent effective against the virus.Last week, Pfizer and Biontech announced similiar results.But many challenges remain. Regulators in the United States and elsewhere still have to approve the new vaccine…
 
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