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Beyond the boundaries of maids and mistresses

April 24th, 2014
09:34 AM ET

In south Asian countries like India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, the gap between the "have's" and those who cook and clean for them often seems unbridgeable.

In "Close Distance," a photo essay by Bangladeshi photographer Jannatu Mawa, the distance between domestic servants and their employers is highlighted.

Click above to watch.

And you can see more of Mawa's photos here.


Filed under:  Imagine a World

The ‘degenerate’ art that Hitler hated

April 18th, 2014
07:57 AM ET

The use of propaganda and the willingness to re-shape history is hardly unique to the conflict brewing in eastern Ukraine.

In fact, the modern art of propaganda reached new heights, or depths, back in the 1930s by Adolf Hitler and the Nazis, when they declared war on modern art itself.

An extraordinary exhibit at the Neue Galerie in New York is drawing huge crowds to see the kind of artwork the Nazis admired – hanging side by side with the kind they despised, what they called "degenerate art."

Acclaimed historian Simon Schama, author most recently of "The Story of the Jews," took CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on a tour, and offered a chilling reminder: First they came for the art, and then for everyone else.

Click above to watch.

Plus, with rare footage, Amanpour takes a look at back the 1937 Nazi exhibition of 'degenerate' art:

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Rare footage of Nazi art exhbit

With rare footage, Christiane Amanpour takes a look at back the 1937 Nazi exhibition of 'degenerate' art.

Meet India's most devoted voter, age 97

April 10th, 2014
07:22 AM ET

As Indians go to the polls, CNN's Fred Pleitgen has the story of the 97-year-old who has voted in every Indian election.

Click above to watch.


Filed under:  Imagine a World • India • Latest Episode

Ancient tragedy gives hope to Syrians

April 3rd, 2014
08:44 AM ET

At the Za'atari Refugee Camp in Jordan, an ancient tragedy is giving hope to Syria's tragic generation today.

Christiane Amanpour reports – and draws on her own experience, watching a production of “Hair” in war-torn Bosnia, in 1993.


Filed under:  Christiane Amanpour • Imagine a World • Latest Episode • Syria

An ironclad celebration of freedom

March 31st, 2014
03:17 PM ET

Christiane Amanpour tells the story of the Eiffel Tower, which celebrates 125 years on Monday.

Click above to watch.http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/world/2014/03/31/amanpour-eiffel-tower-statue-of-liberty.cnn.html

The Great Escape that still inspires

March 26th, 2014
08:26 AM ET

By Lucky Gold

Russia's land grab in Crimea has heightened tensions throughout Eastern Europe, rekindling memories of World War II, when Stalin's Red Army carved up countries like Poland, and devoured them with its Axis partner, Nazi Germany.

Now imagine a world where one bright memory from that same dark time still quickens the blood in the cause of freedom.

Survivors gathered and flowers were laid to remember 70 years ago, when some 76 allied prisoners slipped out of their prisoner of war camp with forged documents and improvised civilian clothing – hoping to make it to freedom.

It was called the great escape, and it was famously depicted in the Hollywood blockbuster of 1963, starring Steve McQueen.

It showed how hundreds of prisoners of war planned and executed the daring breakout.

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Russia's revolutionary movie masterpiece

March 7th, 2014
07:11 AM ET

Ukraine today is a scene for political unrest, but almost a century ago it was the setting for one of the greatest films of all time – "Battleship Potemkin," the 1925 silent movie masterwork by Soviet director Sergei Eisenstein.

Click above to hear why "Battleship Potemkin" was more than propaganda.


Filed under:  Imagine a World • Latest Episode • Russia • Ukraine

Ancient ruins in Pompeii face ruin again

March 5th, 2014
03:44 PM ET

Pompeii, destroyed by a volcanic eruption nearly 2,000 years ago, is again facing destruction - by floods.

CNN's Hala Gorani, in for Christiane Amanpour, has the story.


Filed under:  Imagine a World • Latest Episode

So long, farewell, to Maria von Trapp

February 24th, 2014
03:24 PM ET

Maria von Trapp, last survivor of the seven siblings portrayed in The Sound of Music, died last week at the age of 99.

Christiane Amanpour remembers von Trapp in the video above.


Filed under:  Imagine a World

Interesting times for time itself

February 20th, 2014
12:26 PM ET

By Lucky Gold, CNN

As parts of the world such as Ukraine and Venezuela remain ticking time-bombs, imagine a world where these are truly interesting times – for time itself.

Those anti-government demonstrators in Venezuela who say it's time for a change have a little more daylight to air their grievances, thanks to the late President Hugo Chavez.

Back in 2007, he set all the clocks forward, changing Venezuela's time zone to the half-hour – that's 30 minutes ahead of what he called the "imperialist" time keepers, presumably referring to the U.S.

And at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, where athletes race against the clock and one another, timing is everything.

Russians take pride in knowing that Sochi time is only one of nine different time zones that stretch across their vast country, from Moscow to Vladivostok.

FULL POST


Filed under:  Imagine a World • Latest Episode
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