CrossTalk

  • © Yuri Maltsev
    A grim prediction – a retired general foresees a NATO-Russia war within a year. At the same time, British Prime Minister David Cameron drags Russia into the UK-EU vote. Also, why is Bill Clinton berating the Poles and Hungarians? And why...
  • CrossTalk
    'CrossTalk' is RT's flagship program. This TV debate experience presents hot-topic discussions on politics, business, newsmakers, global trends, present-day conflicts, and dangers and challenges facing our world. Host Peter Lavelle poses hard, straightforward questions to his guests, and demands concrete answers in response. Peter's guests are politicians, journalists, scientists and decision-makers of all sorts – anyone who influences the decisions changing our world or plays a key role in forming public opinion.
  • © Yuri Maltsev
    Bullhorns unstoppable
    A grim prediction – a retired general foresees a NATO-Russia war within a year. At the same time, British Prime Minister David Cameron drags Russia into the UK-EU vote. Also, why is Bill Clinton berating the Poles and Hungarians? And why...
  • © Eduardo Munoz
    Universal justice?
    The American legal system is rapidly transforming with the expressed purpose of superseding much of international law, be it within the realm of trade and banking, criminal prosecution, or even sports. The Americanization of law is supplanting the...
  • © Khalil Ashawi
    Syria lessons
    The Obama administration again says it supports the peace process to end the Syrian proxy war. However, there is still the demand for a political transition defined by Washington. And this demand is backed up by threats. Has this conflict entered a...
  • © Elias Lahtinen
    Bullhorns raging
    The Syrian quagmire: what are Washington's goals and who exactly are the moderates? In Ukraine now all journalists are a target – so much for Western values. Also, the US Army would have you believe America is in danger of being...
  • U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. © Dominick Reuter
    Hillary’s negatives
    Few have run for the presidency with the kind of name recognition as Hillary Clinton. She has an established name and is also the establishment’s trusted candidate – though among many voters she has significant negatives. Barring an...
  • © Stephen Lam
    Social justice?
    The question of social justice: As America’s two major parties move toward anointing their presidential nominees, there is a growing sense of disaffection and even insurrection among voters. And this has set the business-as-usual political and...
  • © Haldei
    Bullhorns remembering
    War and remembrance: Thinking about the end of the Second World War in Europe 71 years ago. Are we now replaying the Cold War? Also, how the Syria story is grossly distorted in western media. George Orwell would be proud. And the US presidential...
  • © Abdalrhman Ismail
    Aleppo burning
    Saying one thing and doing another. As Washington claims to support a mediated process alongside Russia to end the conflict in Syria, the number of American boots on the ground continues to increase. And still again, the US State Department echoes...
  • Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. © Scott Audette (L), Javier Galeano (R)
    Realist vs. Hawk?
    On this edition of CrossTalk we ask some simple questions: What kind of foreign policy would Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump pursue as president – would that foreign policy be good for the world and the United States – or are they two...
  • Children walk near garbage in al-Jazmati neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria April 22, 2016. © Abdalrhman Ismail
    Bullhorns in the bullpen
    The West’s relations with Russia: How bad is bad? Or asked differently: who is the aggressor and who acts out of self-defense? And what about Syria – has Washington completely given up on peace talks? Also, reasons why the West’s...