Atiba Madyun on Black Lives Matter protests across the U.S.
CGTN’s Roee Ruttenberg and Atiba Madyun, President and Founder of Party Politics US, discuss the calls for police reform and the Black Lives Matter protests sweeping across the U.S. for a third weekend in a row.
Atiba Madyun on the latest violence in Hong Kong
CGTN’s John Terrett interviewed Atiba Madyun about the latest news from Hong Kong. Madyun is the president and founder of Party Politics US, a public policy consulting firm.
Atiba Madyun on fallout from Trump’s racist tweets
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called President Trump’s remarks targeting four Congresswomen ‘xenophobic,’ and says lawmakers will vote on a formal resolution condemning the President.
Atiba Madyun is the President and founder of the website, Party Politics U.S. It’s a non-partisan organization that collects stories from private citizens about current events and their influence. He spoke with CGTN’s Elaine Reyes about the controversy.
Atiba Madyun on the latest U.S.-Mexico border debates
“President Donald Trump is at the U.S.-Mexico border and he has a message for Latin America: ‘Our country is full””, but he has also backed off his threat to close off the border.
CGTN’s John Terrett spoke with Atiba Madyun for more. Madyun is the President and founder of the website, Party Politics U.S.
Atiba Madyun’s take on the US government shutdown
CGTN’s Frances Kuo spoke with Atiba Madyun, president and founder of Party Politics US, who argues that the idea that Trump caved in by ending the shutdown is overstated.
Atiba Madyun on Africa’s self reliance and intra-continental trade
CGTN’s Rachelle Akuffo spoke with Atiba Mdyun, president and founder of Party Politics US about Africa’s self reliance and intra continental trade.
Atiba Madyun discusses outcomes of the US midterm elections
CGTN’s Mike Walter spoke to Atiba Madyun for insight into possible outcomes of the U.S. midterm elections. Madyun is the President and Founder of Party Politics U.S.
Atiba Madyun discusses impact of Cohen, Manafort convictions
The White House was in damage control the day after two men with close ties to the U.S. President Donald Trump were convicted on federal charges. Trump slammed his former personal attorney Michael Cohen, and praised the former head of his election campaign, Paul Manafort. Atiba Madyun, a political analyst and President of Party Politics U.S., discusses with CGTN’s Mike Walter