Christiane Amanpour is the Chief International Correspondent for CNN and one of the world’s most respected figures in journalism. She is also anchor of the nightly global affairs program “Amanpour”. Christiane has reported on some of the worst atrocities in recent memory including Bosnia, Somalia, Rwanda, Iraq, and Afghanistan, as well as environmental disasters including Haiti, the Japanese Tsunami and Hurricane Katrina. She has also interviewed the world’s most powerful leaders from Tony Blair, to Jacques Chirac, and Yasser Arafat to most recently having the first international sit down with French President Emmanuel Macron. Her work has won countless awards including 11 Emmy’s, and Forbes recently named her as one of the world’s 100, most powerful women. Her slogan is to be “truthful, not neutral”.