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Attention turns to climate policy leading up to the COP26 Conference. Leah Stokes, Associate Professor at U.C. Santa Barbara and environmental policy expert, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss President Biden's climate agenda and why Senator Manchin's opposition is so pivotal. Then, Martin Indyk’s new book “Master of the game” looks at former U.S Secretary of State Henry Kissinger’s role in the Middle East and what we can learn from his political philosophy. The Washington Post Columnist Max Boot joins our Walter Isaacson to talk about how the Republican party may pose an existential threat to the future of democracy. And Nick Wiling, the son of renowned artist Paula Rego, recounts his mother’s life and work that is currently displayed in London’s TATE Britain.
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