How Would Hong Kong New Law Affect Media Organizations?

Jul.12 — Doreen Weisenhaus, senior lecturer and director of the Media Law and Policy Initiative at…

Singapore’s Opposition Party: Pleased With Vote of Confidence

Jul.12 — Sylvia Lim, chair of Singapore’s opposition Workers Party, discusses the results of Singapore’s election,…

Hong Kong People Let Their Voices Be Heard: LegCo’s Yeung

Jul.12 — Hong Kong Legislative Council Member and Civic Party Leader Alvin Yeung discusses the voter…

Trump ‘Just Getting Started’ on Chinese Apps

Jul.12 — Tensions between China and the U.S. are escalating with the Trump administration saying it’s…

Singapore Ruling Party Retains Power With Weak Showing

Jul.12 — Singapore’s ruling People’s Action Party retained a firm grip on power but suffered its weakest…

‘Balance of Power’ Full Show (07/10/2020)

Jul.10 — “Bloomberg: Balance of Power” focuses on the intersection of politics and global business. Guests:…

Los Angeles Mayor Calls on Washington to Pass New Relief Bill Now

Jul.10 — Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says Washington needs to pass another relief bill to provide for…

Bremmer Says U.S. Relationship With China Is ‘Heading Into the Toilet’

Jul.10 — President Donald Trump said a phase two trade deal with China isn’t under consideration. Ian Bremmer,…

Biden Economic Plan Creates Greater Certainty, Pritzker Says

Jul.10 — Former U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker discusses presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s economic…

U.S. Sanctions China Officials Over Human Right Abuses

Jul.09 — The U.S. sanctions a top member of China’s ruling Communist Party and three other…