International Desk reports on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson facing severe pressure on his leadership as more Conservative MPs are supporting a no-confidence motion after it was revealed he attended lockdown-breaching parties.
International Desk reports on the growing migrant crisis at the border between Belarus and Poland, which comes in the wake of the European Union placing sanctions on Belarus and Minsk saying they would retaliate.
Justin spoke to University senior lectuerer Dr Jennifer Mathers on the geopolitics of the crisis, and the University of Warsaw's Professor Renata Mieńkowska-Norkiene on the side of local politics.
Justin spoke to Warsaw University's Professor Renata Mieńkowska-Norkiene on how Polish politics reacts to the migrant crisis at its border with Belarus, and how could this influence relations between Poland and the European Union.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced at COP26 that the country would introduce a target of net zero emissions by 2070, despite it being 20 years later than the US and UK, and 10 years later than Russia and China's targets.
Siddanth Prasad is an assistant professor at the Jindal School of Environment and Sustainability at the O.P. Jindal Global University. He spoke to Justin Wong
International Desk reports on the latest cross-strait relations between Taiwan and China, after a record number of Chinese fighter planes entered Taiwan's air defence zone. Justin spoke to Canterbury University's Professor Alex Tan on what the latest developments mean for the region.
Justin talked to Victoria University's Dr Mona Krewel about the German federal election. The Social Democrats under Olaf Scholz has won the election and are in coalition talks with the Greens and the liberal FDP party.
Justin talks about the Canadian federal election with Professor Daniel Béland of McGill University. The election will take place on September 20 after Prime Minister and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau called a snap election in August.
Justin talked to Victoria University's Professor Robert Ayson on the new Ausuk defence pact between Australia, the US, and the UK. Part of the pact would see Australia acquire its first nuclear-powered submarines to replace its aging fleet with the US and UK sharing technology.