On the Line - Voice of America
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|1||VideoON THE LINE: U.S. China Relations - April 17, 2014||The world's two largest economies, the United States and China represent the world's most important bilateral relationship. But tension between the two countries is on the rise? What does this mean going forward, and is trouble brewing in the South China sea? Find out next "On the Line".||17 4 14||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoON THE LINE: Afghanistan Elections - April 10, 2014||Afghanistan's Presidential vote is being hailed as a success, with seven million voters braving Taliban threats to go to the polls. But Afghans say the true success of the election lies with the candidates accepting the final results. Who will emerge as the next President and how will this election shape Kabul's relations with NATO and the United States? That's next ON THE LINE.||10 4 14||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoON THE LINE: Indian Elections 2014 - April 03, 2014||The world's largest democracy is going to the polls this month when more than 800 million registered voters will elect 543 members of parliament. Voting will start on April 7th, will last till May 12th, and the results will be declared on May 16th. What will the next Indian government look like, both for India and the world?||3 4 14||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoON THE LINE: Russian Annexation of Crimea - March 27, 2014||Russia’s official annexation of Crimea has led to a showdown between Russia and the West. This week’s "On the Line" talks about the crisis in Crimea and what to expect going forward.||27 3 14||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoON THE LINE: Political Crisis in Turkey - March 20, 2014||Protests over the death of a teenager and plans to raze a park have reignited anti-government sentiments in Turkey. Demonstrations against authoritarian rule, corruption and crackdown on dissent are now one of the biggest challenges for Prime Minister Erdogan. What do the protests mean for Turkey, so close to its next elections? Find out next, On The Line.||20 3 14||Free||View In iTunes|