Amanpour and Company
July 1, 2022
07/01/2022 | 55m 36s
Britain handed Hong Kong back to China 25 years ago. The last governor of Hong Kong discusses the 1997 handover, and how Hong Kong has changed. Michelle Zauner discusses her creative success in literature and in music. SCOTUS has voted to curb the EPA’s ability to regulate carbon emissions. Kristie Ebi says that death rates will increase unless response systems are improved.
Aired: 07/01/22 |
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