Allan Little looks at the transformation of Europe following the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Details of Yasser Arafat's speech at the 1995 meeting of the UN in New York City.
Why is a unanimous vote in the United Nations Security Council such a rare occurrence?
Alistair Cooke considers the ineffectiveness of the UN as an enforcing power.
Allan examines new resentments and divisions within the EU exposed by the crisis.
Italian journalist Beppe Severgnini contemplates the view from Italy.
German historian Michael Stürmer contemplates the idea of Europe in Autumn 2011.
Political commentator Agnes Poirier contemplates the view from France.
Irish writer Fintan O'Toole contemplates the idea of Europe in Autumn 2011.
Greek novelist Ersi Sotiropoulos contemplates the idea of Europe in Autumn 2011.
Cartoonist Gerald Scarfe introduces a Recycled special on Europe, a bewildering place!
Allan Little looks at the changing dynamic of the European Union, as power heads east.
How will the European Union change after Britain leaves?
Sir Andrew Shonfield asks how Britain's inclusion will affect the European Community.
Dan Saladino tells the inside story of Nobel Peace Prize winners the World Food Programme.
Tom Heap reports on the latest findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
Bridget Kendall and guests look beyond the crisis in Greece to assess the future of Europe
Edward Stourton asks if Labour should re-evaluate its attitude to the EU.
Sir Andrew Shonfield debates the prospects of the European Community.
The closure of the East River Drive ahead of the meeting of the UN in New York.
Patrick Wright meets Roger Scruton, who argues the EU has encroached deeply on Englishness
Evan Davis and David Aaronovitch present a programme looking at the EU after Brexit.
Alistair Cooke reflects on Sir Alexander Cadogan, Philip Larkin and Mister Rogers.
Sir Andrew Shonfield identifies the problems in creating a European Federation.
Today's UN - failing to achieve the world's high hopes.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
UN tackles the global problem of plane hijacking.
Sue MacGregor reunites those behind the humanitarian aid operation during the Bosnian war.
The first gathering of the UN, and the journalists who reported on it.
Once the hope of the world, the UN is now toothless - and broke.