Insights, 9/30/19

Insights, 9/30/19

Today’s insights examine inequality in America, turnover at the IMF and the State Department, and China’s crackdown on pro-democracy protests. Learn more about the “powder keg” of growing income inequality in America, the fallout of the Ukraine investigation and President Trump’s recall of U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Masha Yovanovitch and the appointment of Bulgarian economist Kristalina Georgieva as the IMF’s new managing director, replacing Christine Lagarde. Finally, as The People’s Republic of China prepares to celebrate their 70th “National Day” on October 1st, how will Beijing manage commemorations in Hong Kong as pro-democracy protests endure?

Insights, 9/19/19

Insights, 9/19/19

Today’s insights look nationally and internationally at war, activism, and economy. Learn more about what the drone attacks on Saudi Arabia spells for US foreign policy in the region, how climate activist Greta Thunberg handled her testimony in Congress, the chilling recent efforts by Sandy Hook Promise to fight against gun violence in schools, and how the US-China trade war is impacting the global economy…