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What we've covered. What we haven't...

March 11th, 2010
05:56 PM ET

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  1. Sarah, Texas

    We never hear anything about Australia in the news ... ?

    March 11, 2010 at 6:55 pm | Reply
  2. Fernando F.

    I suggest drawing a circle around Iran and Iraq, with double meaning:

    What we've covered AND What we haven't

    There is always going on, so the job is never done.

    and that only means one thing:

    We need Christiane Amanpour for years to come
    to explain things to everybody that cares.

    March 11, 2010 at 7:07 pm | Reply
  3. kunal

    Want to know more about india's role in Afghanistan

    March 11, 2010 at 7:29 pm | Reply
  4. Eduardo Ottati

    Venezuela, Caracas. Please cover the new wave of left ditatorship in the latin american region. The re-birth of the cuban revolution encarned by the sucesor of Fidel Castro, the 11 year president Hugo Chavez . He has managed to influence world politics by asociating his government and Venezuelan oil resources to revolutionary dictatorships all around the globe. Adviced directly by Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez has managed to create a new way to create a Dictatorship, through popular elections, and also influence al countrys of the region and beyond. This is the new strategy to become a modern dictator for all the world to learn. It would be interesting to draw comparason with the Obama presidency, so far appart, but....doing business. Money, money, money.

    March 11, 2010 at 7:48 pm | Reply
  5. Tom Sandoval

    No west coast US, no Australia, no russia, no Nepal, No Monaco! No problem. I fully trust and respect Christianne is covering the stories that need reporting. Can I get a T-shirt. Please. Great Program, Great Stories

    March 11, 2010 at 9:30 pm | Reply
  6. Sayan Majumdar

    Christiane, do make an elaborate coverage on the projected new Strategic Arms Reduction Talks (START) treaty between United States and Russia and its effect in global non-proliferation.


    March 12, 2010 at 4:07 am | Reply
  7. Yakubu MAGAJI , From Bauchi State- NIGERIA.

    Please and please my dear Christiane,
    We need you pesonally in Nigeria, to come and cover this second SOMALIAN Country called Nigeria,come and witness the corruption, the human right abuse,the socalled hospitals,and the social, economic and land fight back told to you by Robert Mugabe of Nigeria called OBASANJO.
    And you will see if the obasanjo's security forces did not return you back to America immediately. please come, you know we the poor, honest and faithful people of Nigeria love you more than our country ?.
    So come yourself in person,when will you come please,so that we will prepare the poor man's hotel for you okay ?.

    Yakubu MAGAJI
    Bauchi state-Somalia-Nigeria.

    March 13, 2010 at 8:15 am | Reply
  8. Dean Brown

    I agree with the above posts. If it is happening and relevant to world events, Christiane has covered it. If it is a substantial and compelling story, Christiane will cover it. That is why we love this program. There is no people or place that Christiane would report on, without fear nor favor, to bring a greater understanding and perspective onto our human condition and connection. Do the color of the pins have any significance? I love Sayan's suggestion, we do need a story on the START treaty between the US and Russia. The fall of the Soviet Union was one of the most significant events of the modern era, and the global proliferation or disarmament of nuclear weapons will be one of the most significant issues that shape future events. How do two countries regain sanity from the brink of going MAD? (Mutually Assured Destruction) President Obama made it a centerpiece of his foreign policy and a keynote in his Nobel speech saying that total disarmament would not happen in his lifetime but that we must keep reaching for that goal. Senior US Foreign Relations Committee member Senator Richard Lugar would be an excellent guest to speak to this, as I know he has been working towards US/Russian disarmament for over 20 years. I also agree that we need T-shirts.

    March 13, 2010 at 9:10 am | Reply
  9. Na Dina: Fiji Truth

    Your map & clourful pins are so heavily focused on the obivious!! How about try zooming your way down to Oceania esp the troubled spots of Fiji/Solomon Is/Papua New Guinea etc? Just a thought.
    Na Dina

    March 15, 2010 at 5:25 am | Reply

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