The Turkish writer Elif Shafak talks to Stephen Sackur about events in Turkey.
Businessman Mo Ibrahim on hopes President Obama will engage more with Africa's leaders.
The former UK Chancellor of the Exchequer on Britain prospects outside the EU.
Leader of the UMP, Jean-Francois Cope, says reforms are needed to make France competitive.
Former UN envoy, Robert Fowler, talks about his experience of being kidnapped by al-Qaeda.
Land reform could be better tackled in South Africa, says Lindiwe Mazibuko.
- Daalder: 'No regional support’ for Syria intervention Duration: 03:30 Ivo Daalder
- 'Masculine and aggressive' language of Turkish politics Duration: 05:26 Elif Shafak
- Why Africans believe Obama is 'our boy' Duration: 01:29 Mo Ibrahim
- Lord Lawson:Britain should not fear an EU exit Duration: 03:07 10/06/2013 GMT
- Koh: Nationality is not immunity if the war has been lawfully declared Duration: 03:11 Harold Koh
- France needs more structural reform says UMP leader Cope Duration: 02:53 Jean-Francois Cope