China's new targets for the next five years in human rights protection
China has published its latest action plan for human rights, setting objectives and tasks for the next five years. What changes will it bring to people's lives? And what policies can be expected?
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States. Two decades on, how has the "war on terror" impacted the United States and the world?
Earlier this week, the Taliban have announced a caretaker government, with a 33-member cabinet and Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund named as acting prime minister. Can the leadership take the war-torn country back to normality?
For this edition of Dialogue Weekend show, we have Victor Gao Zhikai, chair professor at Soochow University; Mario Cavolo, senior fellow of the Center for China & Globalization; and correspondent Zmaryalai Abasin in Kabul.