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Xi Jinping’s China has embarked on a campaign that could transform the country’s technology, entertainment and media industries.
Contributors: Chris Buckley – China correspondent, The New York Times Kaiser Kuo – Host, The Sinica Podcast and editor-at-large, SupChina Bingchun Meng – Associate professor, Department of Media and Communications, LSE Rui Zhong – Program associate, Wilson Center, Kissinger Institute on China and the United States On our radar
A month of Taliban rule in Afghanistan, Meenakshi Ravi and producer Johanna Hoes discuss how the Taliban is already leaving its mark on the country’s news industry despite initial promises to the contrary. Structures of oppression?
Colombia’s falling statues Indigenous Colombians have been toppling statues of European colonisers – challenging how the country’s history is remembered. Contributors: Didier Chirimuscay – Misak community leader Rodolfo Segovia – President, Colombian Academy of History Amada Carolina Perez – Historian, Javeriana University
France says that the leader of ISIL (ISIS)-affiliated Islamic State in Greater Sahara (ISGS) group, known for its deadly attacks in the so-called tri-border region of Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso, has been killed by French forces.
Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom have announced a new trilateral security alliance, including a joint effort to help the Australian military acquire nuclear-powered submarines, in an apparent attempt to counter China. Adam Leong from the National defence University of Malaysia. He joins us live from Kuala Lumpur to discuss this.
China has tightened regulations across many areas of society during the past few months. The entertainment industry is the latest target. Regulators banned reality talent shows and ‘effeminate-looking’ men on television. They also limited the number of hours children can play video games. It is happening as the government promotes President Xi Jinping’s political ideology through the education system.
Iraq is hosting an international conference on counterterrorism and cybersecurity. Companies and delegations from more than 50 countries are attending the event in Baghdad. Al Jazeera’s Mahmoud Abdelwahed reports from Baghdad, Iraq.
North Korea appears to have restarted a nuclear reactor believed to have previously produced plutonium for weapons, according to a report from the UN atomic agency. The International Atomic Energy Agency’s assessment is based on satellite pictures of the Yongbyon nuclear plant because the group has not had access to the site since 2009 when North Korea kicked out its inspectors.
“Since early July 2021, there have been indications, including the discharge of cooling water, consistent with the operation of the reactor,” the report noted of the facility. The report also pointed out that from December 2018 until July 2021 there had been no indication of reactor operations at the site. Some analysts believe the resumption of North Korea’s nuclear programme signals Pyongyang is looking for the upper hand if and when negotiations with the West resume.
North Korea has said it isn’t interested in talks unless the US is willing to ease sanctions. In this episode of The Stream, we discuss the implications of Pyongyang expanding its nuclear program and its potential impact on the Korean peninsula and beyond.
The Taliban has announced the names of several acting cabinet ministers of a new caretaker government in Afghanistan led by Mohammad Hasan Akhund. Abdul Ghani Baradar will be the deputy leader and Sirajuddin Haqqani has been named as interior minister, chief spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said at a press conference on Tuesday. Mullah Mohammad Yaqoob, son of Mullah Omar, has been named as defence minister. Al Jazeera’s Charles Stratford reporting from Kabul said many of the names announced were “old faces”. There was no evidence of non-Taliban members in the lineup, a big demand of the international community.
Dozens of people who escaped a crackdown on pro-democracy activists in Belarus last year now fear being deported from Georgia. A security agreement between Tbilisi and Minsk took effect earlier this month and has sparked concern. Al Jazeera’s Robin Forestier-Walker reports from Tbilisi, Georgia.
Panjshir Taliban Resistance -Fighting intensifies in the Afghan Valey Shah Mahmood Qureshi- Pakistan Foreign minister British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is in Pakistan’s Capital Holding talks on Afghanistan Raab Met The Pakistani Foreign Minister and senior Leaders to discuss Afghanistan A Taliban Spokesman has Tweeted Saying China has promised to Keep Kabul Embassy Open Abdul Salam Hanafi Also Tweeted that China Has Promised to Increase Humanitarian AID.
An ‘extraordinary success.’ That’s what U.S. President Joe Biden called the end of America’s longest war. During an address to his nation, President Joe Biden defended his decision to pull troops out of Afghanistan before all Americans were airlifted. He has faced criticism for the chaos of the past few weeks, as Afghanistan rapidly fell under Taliban control. But Biden largely blamed Afghan forces – who were quickly defeated by the Taliban. So, should America have predicted the calamity that came with its withdrawal? And could this hurt its image on the world stage?
North Korea appears to have restarted a nuclear reactor widely believed to have produced plutonium for atomic weapons, the UN nuclear watchdog said, a likely signal Pyongyang is expanding its banned nuclear program. Signs of operation at the 5-megawatt reactor, seen as capable of producing weapons-grade plutonium, were the first to be seen since late 2018, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in a report dated Friday. Robert Kelly is a professor of political science and diplomacy at Pusan National University. He joins us by Skype from Busan, South Korea for the latest updates.
At least 110 people have been killed in the two explosions outside Kabul airport, including 13 US soldiers, according to Al Jazeera’s team in Afghanistan. The US troops helping to evacuate Afghans desperate to flee Taliban rule are bracing for more attacks.