Indian-Americans on the treatment of women, welcoming Chinese tourists, and “war dogs”
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
Detroit is a city in spiralling decline. Can music and the arts help to rebuild it?
Investigating the trafficking of girls within India for prostitution and forced marriage.
Where did the fascination with elevated footwear come from and what do they tell us?
Reverend Richard Coles looks at the success of the book The Cross and the Switchblade.
Did Johnny Cash have any real impact on prison reform in America?
How has polio eradication been affected by the killing of polio vaccinators in Pakistan?
The BBC is unveiling a new newsroom in London - what will it mean for the World Service?
Is this the year we put the global financial crisis behind us?
Peter Day follows young entrepreneurs on a graduate scheme to launch their own companies.
What makes a plant leaf or flower either flat and simple or curly and complicated?
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Study on the personality traits of Beijing children born under China's One Child Policy
Jared Diamond on gall bladders, global history and the birds of Papua New Guinea
A report from CES on 4K high definition TVs and wearable gadgets
Sunday 13 January 2013