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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
John McCain says Putin wants to claim eastern Ukraine and the Baltics for Russia.
Ukraine's president talks to HARDtalk about the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
The president of Georgia warns about Moscow's attitude towards former Soviet states.
A senior Ukrainian diplomat says the West looks weak against a "power drunk" Russia.
Israeli journalist Gideon Levy speaks of his concerns for the future of Israel.
Former Palestinian negotiator blames Israeli leader Netanyahu for peace process failure.
Israeli minister Yuval Steinitz discusses government strategy
A former senior US adviser discusses the spread of Islamic State (IS).
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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.
Read Stephen Sackur's report on his visit to Alaska as part of HARDtalk on the Road.
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