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What will Trump's brand of interventionism do for the US and world economies?
Victoria Nyanjura talks about her eight years as a captive of the Lord's Resistance Army
What impact will Donald Trump have on President Barack Obama's policies?
Is ending the Syrian conflict mission impossible?
Is France united and stronger, or divided and weaker?
Nirmala Sitharaman on exports, Chinese steel and India being the next big economic player
How firm is Vladimir Putin’s grip on power?
Stephen Sackur talks to Roberto Azevêdo, Director General of the World Trade Organisation
How does Kieran Conway justify his past involvement with the IRA?
What inspires her dark fiction?
Is there a growing disillusionment with globalisation and big trade deals?
Daniel Mitov answers questions on the migration crisis and relationships with Russia
What impact does Michael O'Leary think Brexit will have on Ryanair and Ireland?
Why won’t Hungary play by Europe’s rules?
Has South Sudan been betrayed by its leaders?
Poet, novelist, story writer, essayist, and environmental activist Margaret Atwood
Could she send shockwaves around the world and actually win the French presidency?
Influential Conservative tax campaigner Grover Norquist on Donald Trump
Are there dangers in playing South Africa's recent history for laughs?
The chairman of Israel's Foreign Affairs & Defence Committee Avi Dichter.
Nigeria renews efforts to tackle economic recession and corruption but is it too late?
How close did the rock 'n' roll legend get to self-destruction?
What does Moscow gain from heightened tensions with the west?
Can the leader of the Cambodian opposition make a difference when he is in exile ?
In-depth, hard-hitting interviews with newsworthy personalities.
What effect has Angela Merkel's refugee policy had on the way Germany will be governed?
Former UK Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg on liberal, pro-European politics
Will Beijing try to silence Hong Kong's Nathan Law?
Rogue trader Kweku Adoboli lost Swiss Bank UBS $2.3bn. Have bankers learnt their lesson?
How does a political heavyweight make sense of failure?