Mike Thomson investigates Britain's secret involvement in the North Yemen Civil War.
Mike Thomson examines documents revealing British brutality in Kenya in the 1950s.
Should pragmatism or principle guide policies on the Syrian uprising?
Lyse Doucet talks to those whose lives have been changed by the Syrian conflict.
Will an increase of troops in the Gulf have an effect on George Bush's approval ratings?
Alvin Hall explores a record of African-American soldiers discussing fighting in Vietnam.
The morality of empire - combative, provocative and engaging debate with Michael Buerk.
Alvin Hall explores an LP of African-American soldiers discussing fighting in Vietnam.
Mike Thomson investigates Britain's role during the 1970 coup in oil-rich Oman.
What is the link between fears over terrorist attacks and the Gulf War?
Bronwen Maddox considers the prospects of lasting peace for the Iraqi people.
A Cuban exile tells how he and several hundred others tried to overthrow Fidel Castro.
The heartbreaking stories of Syrians living and dying in besieged cities.
Afua Hirsch explores the Nigerian-Biafran War, its famine, and their legacy in Britain.
President to beef up military spending in wake of Soviet aggression.
The "unfinished" Gulf War and the use of cruise missiles.
Lina Sinjab presents a personal account of how the Syrian war has changed her home city.
Reagan claims Grenada invasion was to defend freedom.
How long can President Bush hold onto his Gulf War glory?
From losing daily bread to an ancient food culture - what conflict has meant for Syrians.
Lucas Laursen seeks the missing loved ones, eighty years after the Spanish Civil War.
Press begins to uncover the fuller, and more complex, story of the Grenada invasion.
Sue MacGregor brings together the RAF men held as prisoners during the first Gulf war.
Should news from the Gulf War be censored?
Investigating Foreign Secretary William Hague's vision for the Arab world.
Writer Le Ly Hayslip tells how she survived the Vietnam war and its aftermath.