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725 15 Aug 2014
01:00:00

We discuss the militarisation of the US police forces, get the latest from Ukraine and ask how the ebola should be covered in the media. We also review the day's Asian front pages and are taken out for the night in Tallin.

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724 14 Aug 2014
00:57:32

Keir Giles from Chatham House talks us through the day's events in eastern Ukraine, we discuss Atlantic City's gambling problems and speak to author Euny Hong about her new book: The Birth of Korean Cool.

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723 13 Aug 2014
01:00:00

We ask how Eduardo Campos’s death will affect Brazil’s political landscape, look at who distributes weapons in the Middle East, and assess what the Rhätische Bahn train accident will mean for brand Switzerland. We also review today’s Asian newspapers and hear from the artistic director of Toronto’s SummerWorks Performance theatre festival about what happens when politics and the arts mix.

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722 12 Aug 2014
01:00:00

As Recep Tayyip Erdogan takes office for yet another five years, Fadi Hakura and Mustafa Akyol discuss the challenges ahead. We also unpick the banana war in Brazil and discuss why Frankfurt’s airport extension has to succeed. We also review the day's Asian front pages and pay tribute to actor Robin Williams.

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721 11 Aug 2014
01:00:00

As Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki is asked to step aside, Professor Saad Jawad and David Schenker discuss the multiple challenges that the country faces, we also look at cross-border business between Colombia and Venezuela, and review the day’s Asian newspapers.

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720 8 Aug 2014
01:00:00

As Lebanon’s former prime minister returns to battle extremism we ask is it too little too late? Plus, as Malaysia moves to take control of its ailing national airline, an aviation expert gives us his view, and we take a look at what’s hot and what’s not in Menorca.

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719 7 Aug 2014
01:00:00

The Times’ diplomatic editor Roger Boyes offers his opinion on Putin’s retaliations to sanctions from the EU, we hear about ISIS’s continuing campaign in Iraq, and learn about the best Norwegian coffee.

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718 6 Aug 2014
01:00:00

Matthew Korade from Politico and Songezo Zibi in South Africa discuss the impact of Obama's $33bn (€24.6bn) pledge to the African continent. We also assess the impact of political TV debates about voting behaviour, and hear from a Toronto restaurateur about why more people should make smoked meat sandwiches – not war.

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717 5 Aug 2014
01:00:00

Nikolai Gorshkov discusses who has got it right out of Russian, Ukrainian or western media, we assess what can be done for the struggling Egyptian economy, hear from Frances Desmarais about the efforts being made to preserve Syria's cultural heritage amid the ongoing civil war, and we review the day’s Asian front pages.

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716 4 Aug 2014
01:00:00

As the US, UK and other countries evacuate their Libyan-embassy staff, we discuss the country’s challenges with former Libyan MP Hassan al-Amin and Reuters’ Patrick Markey in Tripoli. We also speak to journalist Adam Baron, who has recently been deported from Yemen, review the day’s Asian front pages, and learn why swimming in the Hudson River might not be such a far off dream.

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715 1 Aug 2014
01:00:00

Regular check-ins and live interviews from the US and all across the Americas add to the mix of guests and analysis from our studios in London.

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714 31 Jul 2014
01:00:00

We hear from the Quilliam Foundation’s Haras Rafiq about the spread of extremism in the Middle East, check in with correspondent Ben Tavener in São Paulo about a giant new church, and get a round-up of the Asian papers with John Everard.

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