Al Jazeera - Empire

Empire is a monthly discussion show on Al Jazeera English that investigates global powers and their agendas. Hosted by Marwan Bishara. 

What's the endgame in Ukraine for Moscow and Washington DC, and how do their strategies affect European and global security? 

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Associate Producer 

Hollywood has increasingly made huge inroads into other countries' box office markets with its blockbusters and studio investments. While countries like China limit the number of foreign films that can be shown at theatres annually, and other countries rely on government assistance to buoy local industries and counter Hollywood's influence, the US still finds a way to woo non-American audiences.

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Associate Producer

As chaos, instability and violence engulfs the greater Middle East, Empire examines the resurgence of al-Qaeda in one of the world's most troubled regions, and unpicks the US' response to an enemy once considered to be "on the path to defeat".

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Associate Producer 

Al Jazeera - The Stream

The Stream is a social media community with its own daily TV show on Al Jazeera English. Hosted by Femi Oke and Malika Bilal. 

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China's struggles with food safety.

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Associate Producer

What's being done to combat the deadliest outbreak of Ebola virus in history?

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Associate Producer

How gangs and violence are driving Hondurans out of their country. 

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Associate Producer

 

A look at the fight over ancestral land between Chile and the country's indigenous Mapuche tribe.

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Associate Producer 

Iraqi perspectives on how their country can avoid a return to sectarian war. 

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Associate Producer

Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard discusses improving access to education worldwide. 

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Associate Producer

The struggle for polio eradication in Pakistan.

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Associate Producer 

Morocco grapples with how to diagnose and treat its mentally ill. 

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Associate Producer

The Stream examines the aftermath of Everest's deadliest mountaineering accident. 

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Associate Producer

How telecom reforms are making Mexicans rethink their media landscape. 

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Associate Producer

Kenya's mass detention of Somali refugees stir claims of racial profiling. Detained Somali men are lined up as police officers are reflected in a window at the Kasarani stadium in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Associate Producer

A discussion with environmental activist Captain Paul Watson 

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Associate Producer

Twenty years after Rwanda's genocide, has the country achieved reconciliation and justice? 

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Associate Producer