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733 27 Aug 2014
01:00:00

A look at the charges against IMF-chief Christine Lagarde, hear about Volvo’s brand development, and get a round-up from the day’s Asian newspapers.

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732 26 Aug 2014
01:00:00

We evaluate the long-term ceasefire agreed between Israel and Hamas, get the latest on the French cabinet reshuffle, and examine the restructuring of Der Spiegel.

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731 25 Aug 2014
01:00:00

We assess the diplomacy behind the freeing of kidnapped US journalist Theo Curtis, discuss what influence the Singaporean fighter-jet fleet could have on the southeast Asian arms race, and review the today’s Asian front pages.

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730 22 Aug 2014
01:00:00

The latest from eastern Ukraine, we hear who is leading the protests in Ferguson, and discuss the roots of Islamic State in Syria. Plus, the day’s Asian front pages and we enjoy a night out in New York.

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729 21 Aug 2014
00:57:30

We discuss how a lack of diversity in US newsrooms affects coverage of events such as the Ferguson protests, assess the politics behind the US terror list, and hear how Ebola is affecting Liberian society, especially women. Plus, we also review the day’s Asian front pages and hear why orange juice is going down American’s drains.

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728 20 Aug 2014
01:00:00

As Israel and Hamas return to fighting, we ask when the conflict could end. Plus, we analyse an interview with the new President of the western-backed Syrian National Coalition, and find out what happened when a robot hitchhiked across Canada.

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727 19 Aug 2014
01:00:00

The latest from Ferguson in Missouri, we look ahead to the Brazil’s presidential election, and discuss the current challenges faced by the UN.

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726 18 Aug 2014
01:00:00

The latest from eastern Ukraine, we also ask who has the most at stake in an ICC investigation into Israeli and Hamas war crimes, learn how epidemics have affected societies throughout history, and discuss a recent gourmet exodus out of New York.

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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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