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Economist Lord Stern on meeting our needs for electricity and the future of fossil fuels.
Opera singer Jessye Norman explains why she does not read what critics say about her.
The former deputy prime minister says politicians need to focus on the immigration issue.
Dr Fukuyama thinks the US should pursue much more modest aims in Syria and Iraq.
The Libyan ambassador to the UN warns about his country's future
Why we need a new approach in the hunt to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.
Mr Moreno-Ocampo wants more states to join to ensure the success of transitional justice.
Economist Peter Bofinger says no effort has been made to stimulate Eurozone economies.
Prof Dorling believes widening inequality is having a corrosive effect on society.
Rock singer Chrissie Hynde on being a 'dropout' who faked confidence on stage
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Former executioner Dr Allan Ault tells Stephen Sackur why he is now campaigning against the death penalty.
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The Alaskan village set to disappear under water in a decade.
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