A former senior US adviser discusses the spread of Islamic State (IS).
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The head of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the UK discusses the persecution of Christians.
Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah on the agreement he made with his rival.
Dr Mads Gilbert on the hospital in Gaza where medical staff work for free.
Kurdish regional director of intelligence and security outlined what help was needed.
Nato Secretary General defends the relevancy of the organisation which is 65 years old.
Robin Williams appeared on HARDtalk in 1999. He talked about his love of stand-up comedy.
Zeinab Badawi talks to renowned Russian theatre and film director Andrei Konchalovsky.
The great nephew of Archduke Franz Ferdinand on the return of nationalism in Europe.
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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.
WATCH the full HARDtalk special edition interview with US Secretary of State John Kerry.
HARDtalk's sister programme Extra Time returns focussing on sports interviews.
WATCH: Moldova's Prime Minister Iurie Leanca on the crisis in Ukraine.
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