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Should India or China be the next country central to global power?
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An author's views on Kashmir drew outrage in India. Should you criticise your country?
President Karzai admits he receives millions from the Iranian government. But should he?
Wikileaks has released 400,000 army documents relating to the conflict in Iraq.
Are you worried when you see a person in Muslim garb getting onto a plane?
We're broadcasting live from a housing estate next to the 2012 Olympic Park in London.
The British government has slashed public spending. Do you agree with this approach?
Questions to Barbara Harris, whose Project Prevention pays drug addicts to be sterilised.
The German Chancellor says the idea of multi-culturalism has failed. Is she right?
After a controversial speech in Lebanon, does Iran's president offer rhetoric or a threat?
Has the rescue of 33 miners trapped in Chile caused you to reflect on your life?
Reaction around the world as 33 trapped Chilean miners emerge after 69 days underground.
Is it a botched rescue mission that killed UK aid worker Linda Norgrave - or the Taliban?
Is rights dialogue a way for the West to get into China? Are you afraid of China's rise?
Should Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize?
After Tony Blair's comments does Islam's view of the west need to change?
Following the toxic sludge spill in Hungary, do we have to accept that accidents happen?
Are you more scared because of the alerts?
The UK foreign secretary William Hague answers questions on Britain's place in the world.
Nigeria is 50 - should Nigerians be proud of their country?