Thursday 16 May
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16 May 2019
Linda Yueh and Alessio Patalano discuss Donald Trump’s latest move in his trade war with China and we ask what the repercussions could be when the US pulls troops from Okinawa. Plus: is anyone surprised by Boris Johnson’s decision to run for leader of the Conservative party and should Belgium’s former king be forced to take a DNA test?
16 May 2019
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